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- Entire guesthouse
- Fort Collins
Cozy affordable one room cabin with private bathroom, WIFI, shaded garden patio and chickens. Plus, 100% of electrical use is from clean, renewable solar energy saving up to 62lbs of CO2 from entering the atmosphere per day compared average hotel room. Located near old-town, Cache La Poudre river trail system and 2 blocks from Fort Collins’ newest brewery. 100% contactless check-in/check-out process + we’re fully vaccinated against COVID. We believe #BlackLivesMatter & #LoveisLove
- Private room
- Fort Collins
Must love animals! I have 2 dogs & cats. Great place for travelling exec or grad student/intern- quiet home. No smoke of any kind, must be fully vaccinated against COVID. Private furnished room (10'X11'4") w/key lock door, pillowtop twin, mini fridge, Microwave, TV, dresser, closet, ceiling fan, w/shared full bath. Great location near Spring Canyon Park, trails, CSU. Bus stop 2 minutes. 30 day minimum. 85 reviews over 5+ years as Airbnb host! 30 day minimum. One person only please.
- Private room
- Fort Collins
This stylish and spacious space is perfect for those traveling to Fort Collins who wish to be out seeing the town but also have a spacious resting area in the evenings. This is a new listing in my home that already has over 500 five-star reviews. The basement is newly finished and ready to host your visit. My place is 10 minutes from old town Fort Collins, Colorado State University and I am 8 minutes from interstate 25. There is a grocery store, restaurants and more within a 5 min walk.
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All About Fort Collins
Located in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains around 60 miles north of Denver, Fort Collins is a vibrant city known for its craft beer, bike-friendly streets, and lively state university. You’ll find all the boutique shops, restaurants, galleries, and breweries you need in Old Town, considered one of the most walkable downtowns in the country. Murals cover the brick buildings here, showcasing local artists, while live music drifts from bars, cafes, and street corners. Fort Collins sits in the shadow of Horsetooth Mountain, so named for its gap-toothed summit. This riot of rocky open space (more than 2,700 acres) includes a waterfall, reservoir, and more than enough hiking and biking trails to keep you huffing thin mountain air for weeks. In summer, the clear waters of the Cache la Poudre River, which is the state’s only Wild and Scenic River, are great for tubing, fly fishing, and whitewater rafting.
How do I get around Fort Collins?
Denver International Airport (DEN) is around 80 minutes’ drive away. A public shuttle provides transportation to Fort Collins. While rental cars are available at the airport, there are several public bus routes, making it easy for you to get around town or visit nearby attractions. Taxis and ride-booking services are also widely available. While it’s easy to explore the city on foot, bicycle and scooter rentals have become increasingly popular ways to get around. Bike and scooter share stations are dotted throughout town.
When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Fort Collins?
With around 300 days of sunshine each year, there really is no wrong time to stay in one of the vacation rentals in Fort Collins. Summers in northern Colorado tend to be warm but pleasant, making it the perfect time to enjoy many outdoor activities like hiking, biking, or whitewater rafting. As winter rolls around, expect to see Old Town Square transformed with twinkling lights, a pop-up ice skating rink, and holiday decor along the streets and inside the windows of the shops. No matter when you make the trip, come prepared with multiple layers of clothing, especially as the temperatures start to drop during fall and winter.
Festivals and events are held all year long. In March, the Great Plates Festival celebrates local restaurants and raises money for charity. The Taste of Fort Collins is a two-day family-friendly food and music festival held in June, and FORToberfest is an October celebration with live music and local craft beer.
What are the top things to do in Fort Collins?
On hot summer days, most everyone in Fort Collins finds their way to the 6.5-mile-long Horsetooth Reservoir to take part in one water-related activity or another. Boating, jet skiing, and kayaking are popular on the calm waters. The reservoir is also a great spot for hooking walleye and bass from shore or boat.
Fort Collins Museum of Discovery
The Fort Collins Museum of Discovery showcases a unique collection of interactive displays, including musical instruments, a fossil wall, and an opportunity to build your own model spacecraft. The museum is home to the only 360-degree dome theatre in northern Colorado, which often showcases educational programs and live entertainment.
Lory State Park
Located on the western side of Horsetooth Reservoir about 20 minutes’ drive from Fort Collins, Lory State Park is known for its extensive network — around 26 miles — of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. The trails, which vary in difficulty level, lead you past waterfalls through grasslands and forested areas and provide an excellent opportunity to get to see some of the area’s natural wildlife.