About Wildwood Village

This website has been established by the Wildwood Village Homeowners Association for the interactive use of Owners, Residents, and the Board of Directors, to communicate and share information. We want to bring our community closer together, improve our processes, increase social activities, and maintain the rural atmosphere that welcomes us all here.

If you have an article or information on the history of our community to post on this page, please send it to President@wildwoodvillage.net.

Wildwood Village, a rural subdivision developed in the 1970s in a quiet, scenic section of the Black Forest, consists of 195 lots and offers a perfect combination for Colorado living. The area is comprised primarily of 5-acre lots with a variety of landscaping--heavily treed lots, grasslands, and open plains. The area attracts residents with an equestrian lifestyle, as well as those simply seeking the beauty and serenity offered by the towering Ponderosa pines. Views of Pikes Peak and the Front Range can be seen from some of the grassland properties, where creeks and ponds can be found as well. The Village contains 2 private park areas for the enjoyment of the residents and their guests. Although squirrels and birds abound, other wildlife including foxes, rabbits, coyotes, and an occasional bobcat or bear, can be seen or heard throughout the area.

The Village includes both School Districts 38 and 20. Students residing in District 38 go to Kilmer Elementary, Creekside Middle School, and Lewis-Palmer High School. District 20 students attend Edith Wolford Elementary, Challenger Middle School, and Pine Creek High School.

Our 300 sunny days and low humidity make for comfortable days and nights throughout the year. Summer days can reach the mid-90s, but average in the 80s, cooling to the 50s most evenings. Average Winter temps range between the teens and mid-40s, with quite a bit of snow. As with the rest of the Colorado Springs area, it doesn’t last long, and although an occasional storm may close things down for a day or two, it typically does not interfere with getting around or enjoying the area.