Como is located in the County of Park of the U.S. state of Colorado. The town is sparsely populated. Most of the local inhabitants are primarily engaged with a Post Office, general store and a hotel. Today, a major part of the local population have moved out of the town. This has led Como to be renamed as a ghost town. There are many historical sights in the vicinity, which attracts visitors. It helps in the growth of the tourism industry in the region.