This property allows you to book online with a credit card. After submitting a reservation request, the owner or manager has 24 hours to accept, at which time your card will be charged and you will receive an email confirmation
$150 - $175 per night 2-3 night min stay
$100.00/nt - $200/nt
$150 - $220 per night 2-3 night min stay
$100 - $150 per night 2-5 night min stay
$1,200 per week 7 night min stay
Lake George Travel Tips
It is a beautiful marriage of mountains and water. When you choose to stay in Lake George cabins, you will experience incredible views of the surrounding lake, rivers and the Rocky Mountains. Elevenmile Canyon is one of the big attractions in the area, featuring one of Colorado's largest reservoirs. The reservoir is known for trophy size trout and it is a favorite spot for canoeists and kayakers.
Lake George Cabins Offer Easy Access
Even though when you stay in Lake George lodging you are experiencing life in the wilderness at its best, you are still very close to a major metro area, which makes travel simple. Colorado Springs is fewer than 60 miles away, meaning you can fly into the airport there and be at your secluded cabin within an hour. You are also very close to a number of the top attractions in the area like Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods and Cave of the Winds.
Pike National Forest Boasts Year Round Activity
When you pick Lake George cabins you will definitely want to spend some time in Pike National Forest. It doesn't matter what season you travel, there is something to see and lots to do. This is where Pikes Peak is located with an elevation of over 14,000 feet at the very top. It is a national historic landmark. There are several visitor centers located along the path to the top for people who want to make the climb and experience the incredible view. The landmark is about a half hour drive from Lake George lodging.
Lots of History in Lake George
A stay in South Central Colorado vacation rentals will provide you with a history lesson on the old gold rush days. Lake George was a stop on the Colorado Midland Railway, which brought people looking to strike it rich to the region in the late 1800's.