Loveland is located in Larimer County along the Front Range. The town has gained popularity chiefly due to its Valentine’s Day love stamp program. However, its bronze workshops, several galleries, and native art show are also some of the reasons why tourists love to visit Loveland. Sculpture in the Park, an annual event where the area’s sculptors get together to put their work on sale, is a major highlight of the town. The country’s biggest display of prehistoric arrowheads at the Stone Age Fair, likewise, draws several tourists from across the state. Its close proximity to the foothills and streams implies that there is an abundance of recreational activities in Loveland including hiking, horse riding, and angling.