If you’re planning a mountain getaway and you have no idea where to go, then don’t despair. The state of Colorado offers all kinds of cabin accommodations suitable for just a one night escape, a weekend for two, or a family vacation in the majestic mountains. It’s especially a great idea to visit one of these cozy cabins if you’ve never had the opportunity to do so before. Also, you can choose from the basic to a truly luxurious experience, depending on your taste and your budget. Here’s a list of the best cabin accommodations in Colorado that are worth visiting. Let’s get started!
Fall River Cabins, Estes Park
If you’re yearning for a vacation where you can get the most out of your time in nature, then avoid crowds and go to the Fall River Cabins in the Rocky Mountain National Park. Close to Estes Park, yet far from the crowds, the cabins offer a good-quality sleep accompanied by the sound of the Fall River. During the daytime, you can explore the Rockies while at night a hot chocolate by the fire will help you relax and enjoy a quiet night.
Colorado Cottages, Estes Park
Estes Park is a part of the Rocky Mountains National Park, a place where you can have a peaceful vacation. Nature is right on the doorstep of the fully equipped cabins. Furnished with kitchenettes, fireplaces, cable TV and free wireless internet, the cottages are only a few-minute walk from the entrance of the park. Trout fishing fans can also walk to the nearest fishing spot and find other outdoor activities along the way. Picnic areas are also available within walking distance.
Bear Creek Cabins, Evergreen
Bear Creek Cabins in Evergreen, Colorado, is the best choice for people who are looking for a home away from home. A relaxing destination just up the road from Denver, but close to the wilderness, Bear Creek Cabins offer coziness among the mountain forest. Fly fishing fanatics can enjoy their hobby on the beautiful stream that runs through the stunning landscape. The cabins are equipped with kitchen, TV, and Wi-Fi.
Snow Mountain Ranch, Winter Park
Situated on more than 5,000 acres, Snow Mountain Ranch offers a tranquil setting to friends and families that want to spend some quality time together. If you visit the Ranch during the winter season, you can enjoy the finest, most expansive cross-country skiing system inside US borders. Sledding, snowshoeing, and winter family programs are also available for all outdoor enthusiasts. As for the summer months, the offering is even bigger. Horseback riding, hiking, biking, canoeing, a zip line plus easy access to nearby fishing, boating, and rafting are the opportunities that are waiting for you in the summer.
Timber Lodge, Colorado Springs
If you’re looking for a unique cabin vacation, then look no more. Timber Lodge is just a mile from Historic Old Colorado City and within walking distance of the Garden of the Gods. Whether your goal is to enjoy the most scenic landscapes or to visit the town’s local attractions, you won’t make a mistake by spending a week or so in Timber Lodge. The cabins are rustic and comfy, equipped with kitchen, TV, Wi-Fi, and a daily housekeeping service. Locations to visit nearby are the Cliff Dwellings Museum, Cave of the Winds, Seven Falls and Pikes Peak Cog Railway.
A cabin vacation is one of the best ways to relax completely and find your inner peace among the mountain landscape. No matter if you go in winter or summer, the mountain cabin vacations are life-changing and healing. Choose where you want to go, and invite your friends, family or your couple. Good luck!
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