Indian Hills is an unincorporated town, a post office, and a census-designated place (CDP) located in and governed by Jefferson County, Colorado, United States. The CDP is a part of the Denver–Aurora–Lakewood, CO Metropolitan Statistical Area. The Indian Hills CDP has an area of 3,474 acres (14.060 km2), including 2.2 acres (0.009 km2) of water.
Indian Hills extends along the Parmalee Gulch and Myers Gulch Roads between State Highway 74 at Kittredge, Colorado, and U.S. Highway 285 at Turkey Creek. The CDP is bordered by Evergreen to the west, Kittredge to the northwest, Idledale to the north, and Morrison to the northeast. U.S. Route 285 passes to the northeast of the town. Parmalee Gulch Road emerges south from Myers Gulch Road and passes through the town and ends at US 285.
Parks within or nearby Indian Hills include Parmalee Gulch Park, Mount Falcon Park West Trailhead, and Pence Park. Indians Hills is just at the foot of Mt Falcon with a scenic spot nearby called Eagle’s Eye Shelter. Indian Hills is served by the Jefferson County Public Schools. Schools serving Indian Hills include Parmalee Elementary School, West Jefferson Middle School, Conifer High School and St Anne’s In the Hills.
Indian Hills Coordinates: 39°37′46″N 105°15′03″W