Holyoke is truly a community of "Pride & Progress". The collective of Holyoke is proud of the wonderful quality of life and cost of living it offers along with providing all of the essential services. There are many community activities & many types of recreation to entertain all age groups and its many visitors. When visiting, a Historic Walking Tour is in order. You will find a lively downtown with its rebuilt historic movie theatre and various shopping opportunities. Only a block east of South Interocean Ave. (Hwy 385) is the Phillips County Museum, which houses a rich collection of Indian and pioneer artifacts, farm equipment and restored buildings. The Heginbotham Library, a craftsman's style bungalow that was built in 1917, is now the public library and just a block west of main. Notable, the historic Burge Hotel, the Phillips County Courthouse, the Reimer-Smith Oil Station (south of the museum) and the Heginbotham library are on the National Register of Historic Places. Throughout the city you will see examples of our community's deep appreciation for history. For visitors the Holyoke airport has an expanded 5,000 foot runway and there are modern hotels and motels and many fine restaurants offering a wide selection of menus. Phillips County has a wide variety of wildlife species and over 30,000 acres of walk-in access land for hunters.
For more in depth demographic information on Holyoke visit Holyoke Colorado on City-Data - Zip Code 80734 - Phillips County. More detailed demographic information on Phillips County can be found at Colorado's Official State Web Portal.
Phillips County demographic information on population, climate, education, agriculture/manufacturing, government, housing, health care, community profiles, labor/workforce, infrastructure, hunting/tourism, calendar of events, quality of life and much more, check out the Phillips County website. There are four communities that make up Phillips County, Amherst, Haxtun, Holyoke and Paoli.