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Imagine waking up to a city filled with green, surrounded by mountains and a lake view just a short drive away. Sounds tempting, right? Fort Collins offers the perfect vacation getaway for a city surrounded by nature. Including properties located near Colorado State University, all with easy access to both downtown Fort Collins and the mountains. It will only take you a few short minutes to get to your favorite spots in town or your next outdoor adventure.Take your pick of accommodations
Fort Collins has a wide variety of rentals to offer, so you can make sure to find one that best matches your interests and budget. Many of these rentals even provide a bicycle rental service, so you can take your cruiser bikes to the nearby cycling trails. Enjoy views of the city from your terrace or balcony. Escape the heat in your air-conditioned rooms equipped with all the essentials including Wi-Fi, cable TV, and private parking. Some rentals even offer a private gym with both cardio and weight lifting equipment or do some laps in your very own private pools. What else can you ask for? Explore this exciting city with the perfect rental. Book now with Holidu!
Vacations in Fort Collins
The area and getting around
Fort Collins is located north of Denver, Colorado’s capital. To the north, this city is situated beneath the breathtaking Rocky Mountains. West of Fort Collins you can find the Horsetooth Mountains, which makes the perfect backdrop for a road trip. Take the car to tour the winding roads or hop on your cruiser bikes to explore the city’s cycling trails. With so much to offer, there will be amusement for all ages; families, couples, and even adventure seekers will find a ton to do on vacation here.The best place to tour the local culture
Located downtown Fort Collins, Old Town is well known for its historical architecture and years of tradition. If you’re looking for excitement, this is the place for you! From art galleries to restaurants you’ll never get bored. Visit the Old Town Art & Framery that exhibits paintings of local artists mostly inspired by Colorado’s landscapes and wildlife. The Blue Moose Art Gallery is a vibrant gallery full of color and shows many forms of art including handcrafted gifts. They even offer classes for people interested in expanding their art skills. Then, have lunch or dinner at the numerous restaurants known for their fresh, locally sourced ingredients including Colorado-style pizza at Beau Jo’s Pizza. When it comes to spending a fun afternoon shopping, you can go to South Fort Collins and visit a multitude of fashion and jewelry stores in Front Range Village.
Travelers and activities
There’s no place like Fort Collins for adventurous people who love sports. This town offers an immense variety of outdoor activities. Looking for some fun in the sun? You can go boating, paddleboarding, or kayaking at Horsetooth Reservoir. Fish at the rushing Cache la Poudre River or the peaceful Sheldon Lake at City Park. Hike in Rocky Mountain National Park or even join a horseback riding tour.Fort Collins for families
Fort Collins is the ideal place to travel with family. Don’t miss out on the local farms perfect for all ages, like the Bee Family Centennial Farm or view the exhibits at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery. If you’re looking for some water activities that everyone will love you can check out the City Park pool or go even try skating at the Edora Pool and Ice Center. Additionally, Fort Fun is another great place to maximize your entertainment, it is an amusement park that offers go-karts and arcade games for the whole family.
The buildings in Disneyland’s Main Street USA were inspired by Old Town Fort Collins!
Top 5 travel tips in Fort Collins
If you’re a music enthusiast you can’t miss lively nights filled with performances by talented local artists. They play genres including folk, alternative, indie, soul, and pop-rock. This three-day event formerly known as the New West Fest is one of the best ways to connect with the soul of the city. There are typically local food trucks, so you can enjoy a range of food including funnel cakes, barbecue, teriyaki chicken, Spanish paella, or refreshingly cool ice pops during the shows!2. Take a bike ride through Masonville & Eden Valley.
This 2.6 miles biking trail is one of the most beautiful in the city, it’s an out and back trail that will take you about 15 minutes to complete. You will be mesmerized by the landscape. Many beautiful species of flowers, including the purple Lupine, yellow Balsamroot, and blue Brodiaea Lily, will guide you along the trail. This peaceful mountain bike ride is a must for your trip!3. Take the new Belgium brewing tour
Spend a day in one of the best brewery tours in the country. During this 90 minute tour, you'll hear about the making of local craft beer and get to do some tasting along the way (if you’re over 21 of course). Some of these local brews include the Fat Tire, Wild Ride or, Voodoo Ranger. They also do beer flights, if you want to sample a variety of beers during the tour so fear not if you can’t pick just one. If it includes beer, it sounds like a good plan, cheers!4. Watch a movie under the stars
Catch a movie at the Holiday Twin Drive-in. Now offering new film releases, this Drive-in has been a town landmark for 50 years. Enjoy a cozy movie night while you munch on warm popcorn and candy from the theater’s food shop. Do all this from the luxury of your car! PSA: pets are allowed, all are welcome.5. Go through Fort Collins on a historic trolley ride
The Fort Collins municipal railway takes you on a vintage restored ride from City Park to Old Town. Perfect during holidays or summer weekends, this ride will make you feel like you have traveled back in time. This historic trip lasts about half an hour and travels 3 miles through Mountain Ave.