Martin Acres is a neighborhood in Boulder, Colorado, United States. It lies at the fork of Colorado State Highway 93 and U.S. Route 36. U.S. Route 36 runs northwest and southeast parallel with Colorado State Highway 93. The interchange of US 36 with Foothills Parkway is at the northeast corner of the residential. Moorhead Avenue serves as the main street. Table Mesa Drive emerges east from Lehigh Street with Table Mesa and passes through the middle of Martin Acres and ends at the US 36 interchange.
The neighborhood of Martin Acres is home to Martin Park, which offers views of Flatirons, grassy lawns, and picnic shelters, and Tantra Park, where slacklining and sledding are popular activities. Nearby, the Mesa Trail winds through the rolling Rocky Mountain Foothills. There are food markets, counter-service eateries, and a funky brewpub at Table Mesa Shopping Center, and international restaurants are scattered throughout the neighborhood.
Places of education in Martin Acres include Halcyon School, TinyMinders South Daycare & Preschool, Homestar Children’s Center, Creekside Elementary School, and Scott Laurence Guitar Lessons.