Garfield County

One of the largest counties in CO, Garfield Cty was named after the 20th president of the US, James A Garfield.  Boosting some of the most diverse land areas including several State parks and natural forests including Flat Tops Wilderness, Grand Mesa National Forest, Harvey Gap State Park, Rifle Falls State Park, Rifle Gap State Park, Routt National Forest, White River National Forest  also, Glenwood Hot Springs, the largest natural hot springs in the US

The City of Glenwood Springs is the Home Rule Municipality that is the county seat and the most populous municipality of Garfield County, Colorado, United States. Glenwood Springs is located at the confluence of the Roaring Fork River and the Colorado River, threading together the Roaring Fork Valley and a series of smaller towns up and down the Colorado River.
 
Glenwood Springs is best known as a historic destination for vacationers with diverse natural amenities, most particularly hot springs, but gentrification and development have introduced modern cultural, dining, and recreational activities as well. It is also home to two of the campuses and the administrative offices of the Colorado Mountain College system.
 
Glenwood Springs in 2015 was awarded both as the Most Vibrant Small Town Arts Environment in the United States by SMU and the 5th Best Place to Live in America by Outside Magazine. It was also named the Most Fun Town in America by Rand McNally and USA Today in 2011.