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Glamping in Colorado
Glamp your way through Colorado for the journey of a lifetime. Spend the season exploring Colorado at our reasonably priced cabins and immerse yourself in a nature retreat with all the luxury of high-priced accommodations. Nothing can compare with this inspirational encounter with the elements. Our luxury cabins are conveniently located in the major scenic hotspots from North, South and Western Colorado in locations like Denver, Summit County, Rocky Mountain National Park, and Rio Grande National Forest. This is the go-to state for adrenaline pumping outdoor excitement.Glamping for everyone
What better way to enjoy the incredible natural beauty in Colorado than glamping? Our glamp sites offer a variety of options to suit your glamping needs. Each one has its own features and quirks, just as good luxury camping should. Be immersed in breathtaking mountain views in secluded forests during your nature dream trip. Have it all, with features including your very own pool and balcony. Who would’ve thought glamping could be like this? Have a BBQ extravaganza in your backyard accompanied by the tunes of singing birds, and afterwards an invigorating hot shower. Whether you're alone or with friends, we have the perfect glamp-sites for you.
Travelers and activities
Think of any outdoor activity that can be done, and you can do it in Colorado. Millions of tourists flock to Colorado every year for the famous ski slopes, Granby Lake, Winterpark and Pike’s Peak. Discover amazing biking trails, awesome BMX and Alpine Slide at Winterpark. Adrenaline junkies have hit the jackpot in Colorado. Thrilling zip-lining and white-water rafting at the Royal Gorge while Pike’s Peak boasts the thrill seekers mecca on their activity itinerary. Black Canyon is perfect for outdoor lovers. Hiking, kayaking, white water rafting, wild animal sightings and more can be enjoyed here. And don’t miss Colorado’s innumerable waterfalls along the way.Colorado for road trip junkies
If you’re passionate about road trips, you’ll love Colorado’s scenic drives filled with incredibly diverse landscapes. Take the Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain and Arapaho National Parks featuring 48 miles of spectacular views, eleven of which are above the tree line. Pull over for photo ops at Forest Canyon overlook, Chasm Falls and many more with their unique vistas. In the southwest region, follow the Trail of the Ancients. This National Scenic Byway borders Utah at the four corners of the Colorado Plateau. On this route you’ll be immersed in the archaeological and cultural history of southwestern Native American tribes as you traverse its awe-inspiring geological landscape.Colorado for history and culture lovers
When you’re in Denver visit the Buffalo Bill Museum at Lookout Mountain. Here you’ll learn about the legendary “Buffalo Bill” who brought the Wild Wild West to life at his shows in the late 1800s. Take your kids on a guided tour through the Museum of the Mountain West next to Gunnison National Park for a delightful western cultural experience. At this amazing location your guide will share stories while taking you through the 25 restored historical buildings with preserved artifact collections of America’s western culture making you feel like you stepped back in time.
At Four Corners Monument in southwest Colorado, you can stand in four states at the same time!
Top 7 travel tips in Colorado
River North Art District (RINO) is home to the art, classic architecture, amazing breweries, diverse hands-on activities, live music, and dance. This artsy venue boasts top-notch gourmet restaurants, and vintage shopping too. Grab the online map and follow your whims as you delight in non-stop excitement.2. Check out the Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater
This ancient Amphitheater boasts awesome acoustics for its outside performances. Today, just 20 minutes outside Denver, you can enjoy diverse theatrical performances on the rock stage. Centuries ago, this archaic rock formation was used by the Ute tribe for their ceremonies. If you love music and natural beauty you’ll adore this attraction.3. Go on your dream hike
Mountain hikers are spoiled for choice with the abundance of trails in Colorado’s National Parks. The most intensive is The Colorado Trail at 500 miles, although you can start at many choice locations. In the Rocky Mountain National Park, Sky Pond for moderate hikers and Long’s Peak for extreme treks are recommended.4. Tour Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center
Grab a map and plot your course through 15 miles of exhilarating trails for a close encounter of gravity defying rock formations. You can walk, take a Segway, a Jeep or horse-back riding tour. This free attraction is perfect for everyone with refreshing cafés conveniently located along the way.5. Visit Mesa Verde National Park
Grab a map from the visitor center and choose your Ranger tour of Cliff Palace, Balcony or Long House where you’ll witness the exhilarating cliff dwellings of the ancient Puebloans. Then conclude your spectacular adventure using the self-guided tour at this UNESCO World Heritage Site in Montezuma County.6. Go Hot springs hopping
Thanks to the geological forces at work in the Rocky Mountains, Colorado has approximately 93 known hot springs. Famous for their gorgeous, rustic, natural setting you can enjoy a therapeutic soak at Strawberry Park Hot Springs, Glenwood Springs Pool, and Hot Sulphur Springs to name a few.7. Bent’s Old Fort National Historic Site
Take a self-guided tour of the fort or book a guided tour to relive history during the wild west. There are native dressed interpreters to answer questions and a hiking trail. The onsite bookstore offers many hard-to-find items, and you can go online to access their special events calendar.
FAQs: Glamping in Colorado
Which types of services are offered at the glampsites in Colorado?
When looking at the services you can find on Holidu, it can be said that the glampsites in Colorado benefit from everything that travelers wish for! Here, the glampsites generally have a variety of facilities, the most popular being: internet (97%), fireplace (66%), and view (65%)...Amazing!
How are glampsites usually rated in Colorado?
The glampsites here often receive many positive comments. 61% of glampsites have a rating of 4.5 stars, which tells us that here, you won't have difficulty finding a glampsites for your next trip!
Are the glampsites in Colorado child-friendly?
Holidu's data reveals that 28% of glampsites in Colorado are child-friendly, it will therefore not be difficult to find the perfect glampsites for you and your family.
Are the glampsites in Colorado suitable for travelers and their furry friends?
Certainly! In Colorado, 26% of the glampsites are pet-friendly, 25% also have a garden!
Do the glampsites in Colorado tend to offer an internet connection?
Of course! According to last year, 97% of glampsites in Colorado offer Wi-Fi. This means that you will be able to browse the internet at any time!
How much does it cost on average for glampsites in Colorado?
Based on the last year, there don't seem to be many glampsites in Colorado costing less than $100 per night.
Do the glampsites in Colorado typically have a fireplace or a pool?
Definitely! According to the last year, the glampsites in Colorado are perfect for all seasons. Here, 66% are equipped with a fireplace and 18% a pool.
Are the glampsites in Colorado suitable for stays with several people or better for a vacation as a couple?
In Colorado, according to the last year, 42% of glampsites accept up to eight travelers, 19% of these glampsites have at least four bedrooms. But 95% of glampsites are also suitable for up to four people, 73% of the glampsites include at least two separate bedrooms. Colorado is therefore the perfect destination for big and small families alike!
For a luxurious vacation in Colorado, are Glampsites a good idea?
Some glampsites are, but others aren't as luxurious. So if you are looking for that special accommodation, don't delay in making a reservation because only 18% have a pool, while 28% have AC only 5% have a sauna. However, if it's space you're looking for, 95% of the glampsites can accommodate large groups, and 25% have a garden.
Do the glampsites in Colorado offer outdoor space to enjoy?
38% of glampsites have a balcony or terrace, and 65% have a view, but since it is not very common so availability can be limited. If this is important to you, you should anticipate a bit more time for research, and use the filters to be sure to find the glampsite of your dreams. However, 25% of glampsites in Colorado have gardens, where you can enjoy the outdoors. If you like to have lunch or dinner outside, and especially if you like barbecues, 61% of the glampsites have them.