Situated near the airport, this hotel is 2.8 mi (4.5 km) from Aurora Sports Park and within 6 mi (10 km) of Buckley Air Force Base and The Children's Hospital. ...
Situated near the airport, this hotel is within 9 mi (15 km) of Aurora Sports Park, Dick's Sporting Goods Park, and Buffalo Run Golf Course. Springhills Golf ...
Located in the heart of downtown, this granite-and-glass tower is adjacent to the Colorado Convention Center and one block from the 16th Street pedestrian mall's ...
Situated in the historical district, this spa resort is within a 10-minute walk of Riviera Black Hawk Casino and Bullwhackers Casino. Central City Opera House ...
Situated in Cripple Creek, this hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad and Butte Theater. Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine is ...
Located in the heart of Westminster, this hotel is within 16 mi (25 km) of Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities, Denver's Downtown Aquarium, and Elitch ...
Located in northern Colorado Springs next to the US Air Force Academy, this hotel is close to the University of Colorado Colorado Springs. Garden of the Gods, ...
Whether you're skiing down the mountains or casting your fishing rod in the lake, Colorado has you covered for low-cost outdoor adventures. Drive through the pines by Mount Evans, or enjoy a beer with a free tour through the MillerCoors Golden Brewery. With such gorgeous surroundings from the Rockies to the Eastern Plains, and so many budget-friendly options available, it's easy to live large and spend small in Colorado.
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With two distinguishing seasons (warm and cold) to divide its tourist seasons, Colorado proves to be a state with good weather the year round, averaging 296 sunny days annually. Tourists planning their Colorado vacations in the wintertime can choose to travel between late November to March or April, and experience the joy of skiing, snowboarding, and other winter activities. Colorado travel can also be made during the month of May to October for nature lovers who prefer hiking and rafting in their list of events. Most museums are open year-round, although some do close in the winter.
With an array of cuisines, try the Kona Burger at Empire Burger on S Main Street for a fine-dining atmosphere.
Paraglide at Vail Valley or kayak and water ski at the Colorado River, Arkansas River, and Lake Dillon.
Check out the sights at the Great Sand Dunes National Park, with its incomprehensible formation of rock peaking up to 14,000 feet in height.
Your kids will love a trip to the Rocky Mountain Dinosaur Resource Center, one of the many exposures to the dinosaur fossils available in Colorado.
Attend the Great American Beer Fest during summer or the Steamboat Springs Winter Carnival during the winter.
Spend time on your Colorado travels checking out how trading used to work back in the olden days. For only $3, head to Bert's Old Fort to soak up some history -- you can even come dressed in a period costume to get into the spirit of things.
Pack a picnic among the pines in one of Colorado's lushest and most expansive parks. Take a lesson in local wildlife or just take in the view from the top. Lookout Mountain is the perfect (and at zero bucks, the absolute cheapest) way to revel in the beauty of the countryside on a Colorado vacation.
Known as the "Mile-High City," Denver is full of attractions that will make your Colorado vacation one to remember. Whether you're checking out the Colorado State Capitol, the Denver Art Museum or the 16th Street Mall, getting around is a cinch in Denver thanks to a free city shuttle bus, and a ranking as one of America's most walkable cities.
Drive over the peaks of Independence Pass to discover the powdery-white skiers' wonderland of Aspen. Whether you're checking out the Art Museum, or trekking along the trails past Hallam Lake, there are plenty of year-round adventures to be had without spending a cent.
Bring your explorer's hat and magnifying glass when you visit one of the richest and most diverse fossil deposits in the world. From the tiniest insects to the most gargantuan of redwoods, you can discover some incredible treasures for the cost of a $3 weekly pass.
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