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Recent Winter Park reviews

  • Great location, great deal!!!

    "My parents, my wife's parents, and our kids (three generations) stayed here over the 2014 Christmas Holidays, and the house suited us perfectly. From the time we arrived, we felt right at home. There are three bedrooms and two bathrooms, a living area with fireplace, and kitchen (well stocked, lots of counter space) on the main floor and a second living area (with fireplace) along with a third bathroom and bunkroom downstairs. And, although the hottub is outside downstairs, it is merely one step to get indoors frrom the hotub to dry off versus a chilled dash for the indoors. The kids loved having their own area downstairs, with bathroom, as they weren't overly involved with all the college bowl games in the upstairs living area. The home is about a mile from the main street of Winter Park. It's on the south side of Winter Park, closest to the ski area, which is perhaps two miles from the town of Winter Park. And Safeway was to the north about two miles from Winter Park. We were dropped at the ski area most mornings, but took the shuttle home. If dropped, I highly recommend being dropped at Mary Jane for a short 30 yard walk, vs Winter Park, which was about a 5 minute walk. We took the shuttle home, which drops you a mere 120 steps (yes, I counted) from the driveway, perhaps a 30 second walk. And, the house is on the 'front end' of the brownline, perhaps the 6th or 7th stop, about a 15 minute ride. We had use of the garage, which easily accomodated a Suburban, and was a plus to keep our skis in the 'cold' at night. And a washer and dryer meant we were able to pack very light, and simply do laundry mid-trip. The home fronts the National Forest. On walks, my father-in-law got pictures of several moose. We had winter storms almost daily, but the roads and driveway were kept clear. We had no issues getting to and fro town. And, some properties mention railroad whistles at night...eight nights and we never heard a train. The home was built in the 80s or 90s, but was clean and perfect. Wi fi worked without fail. Newer properties carry much higher rates, and this had all the comforts of home. Minor cons, only one king bed, everything else a single or bunk. And hot water can be limited if several showers are being used all at once in the AM. The best feature, the owners who were in constant contact, helping us with local intelligence, and just ensuring we were having a great time. Hands down, a great property to rent. Thanks Greg!"
    Guest: BryanBoerne Date of Stay: December 2014 Review Submitted: January 8, 2015
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  • Great Location but here are a few tips

    "The location near the Cheeky Monk was excellent and Megan was responsive once we got past a technical issue. If you are new to Winter Park Village be certain you understand how to find the unit, as there isn't much signage. (Exit the Cheeky Monk, walk 15 feet, then up two flights of stairs. ) Also be sure you understand the parking situation especially if you are arriving after the guard shack hours. The Village plays music during the daytime and longer on weekends. During our stay it was mostly classic rock music. If you go to bed very early and are a light sleeper you may find this bothersome. We enjoyed it and thought it added to the atmosphere. I suggest you take anything that is important to you, or be prepared to purchase it on the mountain. For example, if coffee is important to you, pack it!"
    Guest: Tolli G. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: March 12, 2015
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  • Winter Stay 2015

    "Had a nice mid winter 5 night stay with old chums and this place works well ! Quiet winter hodeaway with lots of bedding options and a good hot tub. Like most rentals the beds are getting squishy and the kitchenware is a bit wornout but nothing out of the ordinary and I would recommend it to others. Thanks !"
    Guest: TK Date of Stay: January 2015 Review Submitted: February 12, 2015
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  • Spring Break Winter Park 2014

    "My family and I really enjoyed this mountain home for our ski trip. It is very clean and has very nice amenities such as an updated spacious kitchen, updated bathrooms with granite, an open floor plan, a nice deck and a bonus/game room upstairs with lots of room. The views are beautiful and it is located very close to restaurants and shopping in Winter Park and the ski resort is nearby. The homeowners were very nice and very accommodating to us. It is a great place to stay and we would definitely stay here again for another Winter Park vacation!"
    Guest: Angela Q. Date of Stay: March 2015 Review Submitted: April 1, 2015
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Winter Park Travel Tips

The town of Winter Park, Colorado, is the perfect getaway for those looking the escape the crowds. This world-class ski destination has year-round activities including recreation, shopping and dining.

Winter Park Area Attractions

Winter Park Resort is the most popular attraction in the Winter Park area and features the the town's highest point at 12,060 feet. The resort sees approximately 350 inches of snowfall each year and offers guests 3,081 skiable acres. There are 143 designated trails and 1,212 acres of terrain for skiers and riders. Also at the resort is the National Sports Center for the Disabled, where guests will find adaptive recreation programs for more than 20 sports.

Winter activities in the area include tubing, sledding, skiing, ice skating, dog sledding and snowmobiling while summer activities include biking, golfing, hiking, horseback riding and river rafting. Two miles north you'll find the community of Fraser and the Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District. At the Grand Park Recreation Center in Fraser, enjoy more than 40 adult fitness classes and other activities for all ages including gymnastics, swimming and rock climbing. The recreation center also has a natatorium with a 20-foot loop slide, spray and play features, a lazy river, a zero-depth entry pool and a 25-yard lap pool.

Arapaho and Roosevelt national forests surround the town of Winter Park as well as some of its outlying areas. These protected green spaces encompass a total of 1.5 million acres and go all the way to the state's border with Wyoming. Several activities are available at the forests including scenic drives, wildlife viewing, hiking, biking, horseback riding and rock climbing as well as winter activities such as snowshoeing, skiing and snowmobiling. There are scenic byways you'll want to check out as well as the Arapaho National Recreation Area and the Cache la Poudre River.

More family fun in the Winter Park area includes The Foundry Cinema and Bowl where there are two movie theaters, eight lanes of bowling and billiards. This is the only combined movie theater and bowling alley in the state and a great place to hang out after a day at the resort. Live performances are also featured at the Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre. When you visit during the winter, check out Colorado Adventure Park for the fastest, largest and safest tubing hill. There's also a lift that takes visitors to the top of the hill.

Things to Do in Winter Park

Rocky Mountain National Park: Whether it's winter or summer, Rocky Mountain National Park is a must-see while visiting the Winter Park area. During the winter, wander through 10 miles of spectacular views of the Kawuneeche Valley on Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuous paved road in America. There are more than 60 peaks within 416 square miles. During the winter, the western side of the park is covered in snow and offers excellent opportunities for snowshoeing, snowmobiling or skiing. When you visit the park in the summer you'll get the chance to see elk, bighorn sheep and other types of wildlife including mule deer and moose. Be sure to visit the Holzwarth Historic Site during the summer. This preserved 1920s-era dude ranch is located in the heart of the park's forest. The Kawuneeche Visitor Center is open year-round and is where you'll want to stop if you're interested in taking a ranger-guided walk or learning more about other center programs.

Shopping: Be...Boutique in Winter Park offers women's clothing, while Local Experience sells anything you'll need to spend a day on the mountain. There's also B.Jammin', The General Store, Cooper Creek Square, Moose Hollow, Peezie Marie and Revolve Consignment Boutique in Winter Park. Head to Grand Lake for more ski gear at Never Summer Mountain Products.

Dining: With five communities in the Winter Park area, there are several dining options for visitors. In Fraser, you'll find Elevation Pizza, Creekside Eatery, Crooked Creek Saloon and El Pacifico. Fresh Mexican food made from scratch is served at El Pacifico while breakfast, lunch and dinner is found at Creekside Eatery. Munch on healthy options at the Granby Ranch Grill, Rocky Mountain comfort foods at Ma's Country Cabin and Saloon and other dining options at Mid Town Cafe, Azteca and Brickhouse 40. Grand Lake is home to Grand Lake Lodge, Lariat Saloon and Grumpy's Saloon. Enjoy fine dining and award-winning dishes at Back Street Steak House in Grand Lake. Dine at Sombrero Stables, Tabernash Tavern, Heck's at Devil's Thumb Ranch and Ranch House Restaurant and Saloon in Tabernash or Randi's Grill and Pub, Strip and Tail, Doc's Roadhouse, The Foundry Cinema and Bowl and Deno's Mountain Bistro in Winter Park.

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