The 10 Best Vacation Rentals in Colorado Springs Vrbo

Colorado Springs is, as you might guess, a quintessential Colorado town. It is full of creative breweries and restaurants and offers endless opportunities for outdoor activities. Only an 80 minute drive from the bustling city of Denver, it is easily accessible and offers the perfect escape from the city crowds. Whether you’re an avid fisherman or hiker, or just like to take a walk once in a while, Colorado Springs has it all.

Most of Colorado Springs’ must-see areas are near the west end of town, where the urban area begins its ascent of the serene Manitou Canyon. These areas include the historic district of Colorado Old Town — a former mining town transformed into a charming pedestrian district. Further west, at a higher elevation and just outside of Colorado Springs, is the former resort town of Manitou Springs. No trip to the region is complete without an afternoon (or full day) in and around Manitou Cave of the Winds.

Old Colorado City sits just below the city’s main attraction: The National Natural Site of the Garden of the Gods. Knowing the inability of words to capture such beauty, we simply suggest that you search for photos of the place. red rock canyon, just across the highway from the National Monument, promises an equally beautiful ride amidst geological wonders, but with much smaller crowds. The features aren’t quite as grand as those opposite, but the area feels much wilder and certainly worth a visit.

Further west is still the feature that dominates the city: pike woodpecker. The 14,000-foot-tall mountain will play an important role in your vacation whether you hike it, drive to the top, or simply view it from below, as it is visible throughout Colorado Springs.

Below is a list of 10 Vrbo homes from which to explore Colorado Springs, CO.

Stratton House

Rent now$504/mo per night

Next to a stream and a multitude of attractive outdoor spaces, Stratton House is an ideal base for any family or group wishing to fall under the spell of the mountains. It offers a slice of mountain life and easy access to the city’s urban and natural attractions. Enjoy quirky indoor rock features, creekside dining, and smart design. The property includes a hot tub hidden by trees and a historic yurt with a queen bed.

The house is close to The Broadmoor, the region’s famous five-star hotel that offers more than just a place to sleep. The strong point of the hotel is undoubtedly Seven Fallsa breathtaking series of stunts open to the public.

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms : 3

Sleeping: ten

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