Covering more than 25 square miles and serving more than 65,000 residents, Loveland does not lack for places to shop or eat. While the ones listed below are the main retail areas in the city limits, you can find stores just about anywhere. All along Eisenhower Boulevard (Highway 34 east-west), Highway 287 (north-south including Lincoln/Cleveland/Garfield/Buchanan), the intersection of 29th Street and Garfield, and the intersection at 14th St SW and Taft, shopping opportunities abound.Downtown Loveland 4th Street and Cleveland Avenue http://www.downtownloveland.org/
Historic Downtown Loveland is the cultural center of Loveland. Here you'll find many art galleries and bronze foundries, restaurants, the Rialto Theater, the Loveland Museum, and many unique, local stores. Downtown is centered on 4th Street, between Lincoln and Cleveland, but you'll find much to do in the surrounding area all within walking distance.The Marketplace at Centerra Rocky Mountain Ave
Located just west of the Outlets, The Marketplace features Target, Staples, Old Chicago, Bed Bath & Beyond, Old Navy, JoAnn's, Marshalls, Panera Bread, Pier One, and Sportsman's Warehouse among others. With 35 shops, cafes and restaurants, you'll find plenty to browse, try on, and taste here.The Outlets at Loveland 5661 McWhinney Blvd.
Just west of the interstate are the Outlets at Loveland. With over 40 brand name outlet stores like Ann Taylor, Under Armour, Nike, J.Crew, Gymboree, Ralph Lauren, Carters and many more, you are sure to find something for everyone priced at 30-70% below retail prices every day! Trolley service is typically available as well.The Promenade Shops at Centerra 5971 Sky Pond Drive
Just east of the interstate you'll find Loveland's Lifestyle Mall, the Promenade Shops at Centerra. With anchor stores Barnes & Noble, Dick's Sporting Goods, Best Buy, and Macy's, there are more than an additional 50 well-known retail stores here to make a day out with the girls a fun place to go. There are many tasty restaurants here as well, including The Bent Fork Grill, Biaggi's Ristorante Italiano, Café Athens, On The Border, P.F. Chang's China Bistro, Red Robin and Rock Bottom Restaurant & Brewery, and more. The Metrolux 14 movie theater with stadium-style seating is also out here. During the winter season, stop by the fire pit and test your ankles on our ice skating rink. During the summer, stop by Friday nights for free Movies on Main!
At the center of one of Colorado's busiest intersections on a plot passed by 36 million cars each year, Johnstown Plaza will soon be one of the region's largest shopping centers. Anchored by Scheels, which opened on September 30, 2017, Johnstown Plaza offers one million square feet of space for retailers who look forward to tapping into $200 million of disposable income within a seven-minute trade radius.