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Recent Winter Park reviews

  • Perfect location - Amazing home!

    "This is the second time we've stayed at this home in Winter Park and we absolutely love it. The owners are fantastic at getting back in the timely manner to emails and phone calls. This is the place to be if you're skiing in the winter or hanging out in the summer!"
    Guest: Jen O. Date of Stay: March 2014 Review Submitted: March 27, 2014
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  • Excellent Stay! Highly Recommended!

    "As advertised! Well appointed, awesome views, steaks on the grill, stargazing and watching groomers on the mountain from the hot tub! Bring a car - not super convenient to ride the shuttle, especially with little ones in tow! Instead, drive over to Mary Jane early and get yourself a snow-front (free!) parking spot and you'll have ski in/out convenience just like the locals do! As an expert-level snowboarder, I feasted on powder in the woods at Mary Jane, achieved warp speed on the front side of Winter Park's fresh corduroy, and enjoyed a tasty beverage on the deck when my legs could take no more... Less adrenaline-addicted family members enjoyed the views and all-ability access of the Parsenn Bowl, and the beginner-friendly terrain found throughout the resort. A word of warning to my fellow 'flatlanders': Expect moderate to severe altitude sickness! If you live near sea-level, even climbing stairs will leave you breathless for a couple of days. Tough it out, and you'll be rewarded with a skiing/boarding trip to remember. No Pain, No Jane!!"
    Guest: powday67 Date of Stay: February 2014 Review Submitted: March 5, 2014
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  • Perfect location!

    "My group of eight women stayed here for a girls' weekend. Everything - the location, the size, the cleanliness - was fantastic. There was plenty of room for all of us to sleep, and the townhome was so clean. The location was perfect too. I parked my car on Friday and didn't move it until we left on Sunday. We were able to walk everywhere, even for our hike. It's very close to downtown, and being right across from the park was also great. The only thing I would recommend is to bring a couple of camp chairs for the living room if you have a big group like we did. There is room for three on the sofa, and there are also two great rocking chairs. There are plenty of straight-backed chairs too, but those aren't too comfortable for sitting and watching a movie. I brought along two camp chairs and it was perfect. Up until now, my friends and I have gone someplace new every year. This is the first year we have talked about coming back to the same place, and it's all because of this great condo."
    Guest: Keeley Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 4, 2014
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  • Visitors from down under

    "We enjoyed a three week family holiday in January and found this property to be perfect for our stay. It is thoughtfully furnished and the flexible bedding options worked well for us which with three adults and two children wasn't the standard configuration. As a young family we usually ate in and found the kitchen to well equipped and easy to work in. Although we had a car we found that using the WP shuttle, which has stop literally on the door step, was just as convenient. Finally the owners were very helpful in providing information to ensure that we got the most out of our stay were available to answer any questions we had once we arrived."
    Guest: Euan F. Date of Stay: January 2014 Review Submitted: May 11, 2014
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Winter Park Travel Tips

A Winter Park ski vacation is an authentic Colorado family vacation experience. The towns of Winter Park and Fraser have small town feel with a small year round population, but the Winter Park, Colorado lodging options abound in Winter Park vacation rentals, rental homes and Winter Park condos and in the surrounding Fraser Valley.

In winter, high altitudes make for great powder skiing and snowboarding conditions. The ski area opens mid November and the Winter Park ski vacation season usually lasts into April. Winter Park ski lodging also offers a nearby playground for snowshoeing, scenic chairlift rides, guided mountain tours and tubing. Many Winter Park vacation rentals offer ski-in-ski-out access or in-town convenience. The Lift, the free shuttle service in Winter Park, Colorado makes regular runs to the ski area daily during ski season, and shuttles between Winter Park vacation rentals and Fraser lodging in the summer.

Summer fun on a Winter Park vacation begins with the longest alpine slide in Colorado. Other family fun includes mountain biking, fishing, golf, mini golf and summer chairlift rides. Fall colors peak in September, and Winter Park vacation rentals make a perfect home base for exploring the High Country. Estes Park is about two hours to the north through scenic Rocky Mountain National Park. Summit County, with additional shopping, restaurant and recreation options, is about ninety minutes to the southwest.

Another great feature in Winter Park, Colorado is the National Sports Center for the Disabled. This renowned sports center offers adaptive equipment and expert staff to train and provide year round access to the trails and slopes for people with various disabilities.

Fly into Denver International Airport, about two hours by car from Winter Park lodging via I-70 and U.S. 40, or take the Winter Park Ski Train from Denver’s Union Station direct to Winter Park ski resort accommodations. The historic Ski Train has been making the trip for over 50 years. It runs through 29 tunnels, including the more than six-mile long Moffat Tunnel and makes the trip each weekend from late December to April and on Saturdays in August.

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