Locations for Filming
From the mountains to the cities to the farmlands, Colorado has just about every location imaginable for filming. Our unique variety of filming locations combined with our experienced film crews make us the perfect choice for your next production. Come film in Colorado!
Finding a Filming Location
For help finding a great location that suits your production, please contact a location scout listed in our production guide for further assistance.
Things to consider before renting a filming location
- Prepare a Contract – You can prepare your own locations contract, but we recommend working with an experienced location scout to help you with this. Location fees should also be negotiated at this point.
- Carry Proof of Insurance – Always have proof of insurance for your production available and ready. View the production insurance vendors currently listed in our production guide.
- Provide Filming Permits – Filming permits are not required on private properties, but filming on public streets or sidewalks outside of a location may require one. Apply for permits with the city as far in advance as possible.
A Few Facts about Colorado
- Denver averages 300+ days of sunshine annually with Colorado being one of the top states with the most days of sunshine.
- The tallest sand dune in America is in Great Sand Dunes National Monument outside of Alamosa.
- Colorado contains 75% of the land area of the U.S. with an altitude over 10,000 feet. There are 54 Fourteeners in Colorado.
- We have 26 Ski Resorts! With More than 39,000 acres of skiing, 317 lifts and more than 2,300 trials, there is no doubt why Colorado is the world’s premier ski destination!