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Estes Park

4.5
36 reviews

Our home is just a short drive from downtown Estes Park where you'll have lots of shops and restaurants to choose from.

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    Grand Lake

    4.5
    5 reviews

    Amazing place to visit! The lake is amazing! Fun, quirky bars! The locals and fellow travelers were the best!

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    Rocky Mountain National Park

    4.5
    28 reviews

    Gorgeous scenery is all around you at this national park west of Denver and north of ski country. Go in summer, when the park's high-altitude road is open, letting you drive between the west side where wildlife abounds and the east side, which has chains of lakes for hiking and backpacking. If you've got a 4WD vehicle with high clearance, ...

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    Lyons

    3.5
    2 reviews

    Lyons is at the point where the St Vrain River exits the Rocky Mountains and flows across the plains toward Longmont. Downtown Lyons consists of a number of cute shops and restaurants. Notable among these is the Oskar Blues brewpub. There's a popular folk festival held here each summer. Unfortunately Lyons was also ravaged by the September 2013 floods worse ...

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    Boulder

    4.5
    56 reviews

    Boulder is a lifestyle city. Small and set into the mountains, you're just a short drive away from any number of outdoor sports and activities. The air is fresh, there's something like 300 days of sunshine a year and the restaurants are excellent. Highly recommended.

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    Fort Collins

    4
    10 reviews

    Nice college town about an hour and a half north of Denver. Lots of outdoor activities nearby, good restaurants and there is usually something of interest (lectures or music) going on. Home of New Belgium and Odells breweries people take their beer seriously and there is always something nice on tap!

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    Idaho Springs

    4
    5 reviews

    Idaho Springs has dubbed itself the birthplace of the Colorado gold rush. You can visit gold mines and actually pan for gold yourself. The museum of mines tell the story of the earliest discoveries in Gregory Gulch and has many interesting artifacts. Today Idaho Springs is builts around tourism. There are many restaurants and cafes that serve reasonably priced pizza, ...

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    Golden

    4
    10 reviews

    Fantastic, splendid, and absolutely fascinating

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    Longmont

    4.5
    6 reviews

    Longmont is where all of the chains that were banished from Boulder go to sulk. There are many nice homes here but at times it reminds me of suburbs in New Jersey with lots of sprawl and strip malls.

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    Tabernash

    5
    1 review
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    Central City

    4.5
    2 reviews

    Central City was one of the busiest sites of the Colorado gold rush and was once considered one of the wealthiest pieces of real estate in the United States. Today Central City and Black Hawk play up their gold rush in another way--gambling. These two tiny communities along the Peak to Peak highway are flush with casinos and restaurants of ...

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    Granby

    3
    1 review
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    Loveland

    4.5
    5 reviews

    Their is so much to do!

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    Silver Plume

    4
    1 review
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    Westminster

    4
    2 reviews
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    Broomfield

    5
    1 review
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