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Highlights Woodland Park
- Mountain view rentals
- Relaxing getaway
- Exciting outdoor activities
- Interactive museums
- Natural wonders
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Vacation rentals in Woodland Park
Escape to this tranquil, Rocky Mountain Forest highland for a refreshing vacation full of adventure, inspiring beauty and ancient history. All the rentals are situated in Woodland Park, only 20 minutes from lively Colorado Springs. There are many rentals to choose from with excellent postcard perfect mountain views, and a few are in the forest yet still close to the city center where you can find restaurants, live entertainment, and shopping. Spend your vacation immersed in the beauty of Pike’s Peak’s purple majesty and enjoy the fresh air within this stimulating environment.Vacation rentals for all ages
Find your ideal rental property with lodging ranging from sprawling accommodations for groups and large families to a couple’s cozy getaway. The properties are fully equipped with a kitchen, living room and comfy bedrooms. Many have Jacuzzi’s and gardens or outdoor patios/balconies with space for grilling your favorite dishes. Our rentals have something for everyone. Whether rustic or quaint, they’re conveniently located and waiting for you to be amazed. With properties like these, you may choose to make Woodland Park your go-to vacation destination.
Vacations in Woodland Park
The area and getting around
Woodland Park is at the heart of the most exciting activities in southern Colorado. Only 20 minutes northwest of Colorado Springs, it’s a charming city set above the clouds, nestled in the zone bordering Pike National Forest with awesome views of Pike’s Peak. Historically it was home to the Ute Indians who lived harmoniously with the early settlers of the 1800s. Archaeological sites are numerous, including Indian pueblos and dinosaur fossils. But the most captivating feature is, of course, Pike’s peak. There are various ways to reach the summit teaming with engaging activities all in your backyard.Southwest hospitality and memorable adventures
Enjoy exciting activities like white water rafting or hiking Pike’s peak. Your days will be filled with plenty of southwest history and thrilling adventures in nature as well as lively music in town. After the thrill of mountain trekking or zip lining through the forest, there are Woodland Park breweries and restaurants featuring craft beers and homestyle cooking. Food choices include original Ute, Asian cuisine, authentic Mexican, pizza and BBQ. Most restaurants are vegan friendly. Tour the local breweries with the latest craft beers and take some home for your private BBQ on the terrace.
Travelers and activities
If you’re a thrill-seeking nature lover, Woodland Park will not disappoint. Get your adrenaline pumping on the ‘Terror-dactyl’ free fall ride into Williams Canyon or, fly like an eagle on a zip line 80 feet above the canyon floor at Cave of the Winds Park. Want more? Take a trek on the Via Ferrata or soar in the Royal Rush Sky Coaster at the Royal Gorge Park, dubbed the scariest ride in Colorado. Not satisfied? Then take the Pike’s Peak highway around numerous twisting turns, without guardrails, up to the summit and mountain bike down some of the steepest biking routes. Pike’s peak has overwhelming variety.Woodland Park for adventurous history buffs
There’s a wide array of activities in the interactive museums and scenic attractions. For instance, Woodland Park is home to the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center and the Florissant Fossil Bed Monument where the staff is actively discovering dinosaur, plant and insect relics to display. Both museums have hands-on activities for the family. Discover the fascinating historical heritage of Woodland Park rooted in the Ute Indian tribe and how it developed over the centuries at the Ute Pass Historical Society in the center of town. Top it off with a hands-on adventure at the Manitou Cliff Dwellings Museum nearby.
„At 8,465 feet above sea level, Woodland Park is affectionately nicknamed, “City above the Clouds”.“
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At 7000 feet above sea level, you will witness beautiful stone formations while discovering countless scientific facts in the highest cave in the US. Above ground there are varied adrenaline rush activities like superfast zip lines overlooking the mountains. As an alternative, you can chill out and pan for gemstones and have a snack at Caver’s café while enjoying the spectacular view.2. Meet the dinosaurs at Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center
Check out Woodland Park’s feature attraction with hands-on activities for all ages. This museum boasts three complete dinosaurs from the Cretaceous period, a fossil restoration viewing lab and high-tech graphic displays showing how the dinosaurs lived long ago in the local environment.3. Embark on a white-water tour at Echo Canyon River Expedition
For a wet and wild experience, ride the tumultuous Arkansas river rapids in the captivating Royal Gorge or choose a relaxing float experience with your family. Hungry? Enjoy delicious hot meals on site, accompanied by craft beer, while taking in the awesome view.4. Take the Broadmoor Manitou and Pikes Peak Cog Railway to the summit
Start in Manitou springs where you’ll find effervescent healing waters and The Garden of the Gods natural sandstone sculptures. Then sit back and enjoy many historical treasures along the way to Pike’s Peak’s summit where you’ll see amazing panoramic views and have memorable adventures to fill your day.5. Climb into Colorado’s historical indigenous past
Discover some of the secrets of the Anasazi Indian culture as you climb into the century’s old cliff dwellings just a few miles west of Woodland Park. Manitou Cliff Dwellings Museum is a must-do for history enthusiasts and the kid in you.
FAQs: Vacation Rentals in Woodland Park
How much does it cost to book a vacation rental in Woodland Park?
Woodland Park is one of the cheapest cities in the USA. For a vacation rental here, you can expect to pay around $301.34 per night.
When are vacation rentals cheaper in Woodland Park?
If it is your aim to save the maximum during your vacation to Woodland Park, travel in January ($235.04 per night on average), February ($249.48), or March ($252.87), to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
In which months is it more expensive to rent a vacation rental in Woodland Park?
At the time of booking a vacation rental in Woodland Park, the highest prices are usually seen in the month of June (with an average of $338.12 per night), followed by December ($328.75), and October ($326.63).
Are there usually many vacation rentals available in Woodland Park?
You should book your stay in plenty of time when visiting Woodland Park, as only 20% of our accommodations are usually available throughout the year.
What time of the year can I find more free vacation rentals?
In 2020, the months with more free accommodation of the year in Woodland Park were April, January and May, with average availabilities of 42.25%, 38.5%, and 37%, respectively.
Which months is it more difficult to find available vacation rentals?
The month with the highest average booked rental figures is July (only 0% of properties were available on average in 2020). Followed by August (0.8%), and September (1.5%).
Are there many rentals in Woodland Park?
Holidu has around 100 vacation rentals in Woodland Park, provided by 3 different partners.