Spacious Homes in Winter Park, CO
Inside of our enormous properties, you’ll encounter open, spacious floor plans that provide a cozy atmosphere for your time in Winter Park. Accents of knotty pine, handcrafted furnishings, hardwood floors, and alpine décor all infuse the interiors of our four-bedroom homes in Winter Park, CO with an inviting warmth that sets the tone for making fun memories with your guests.
Prepare a feast (or reheat your delicious leftovers from one of the delicious local restaurants at Winter Park Resort’s base village nearby, like Doc’s Roadhouse) using the full gourmet kitchen, equipped with top-of-the-line stainless steel appliances and gigantic countertops to make cooking a breeze.
Enjoy your meal family-style at the dining table, at the bar seating, or outdoors in the fresh mountain air for a serene al fresco experience. The views from the decks of these homes are divine, and many of our properties have a barbeque grill on-site for lovely summertime cookouts with your guests.
Gather your guests together on the living room’s comfy couches and chairs for a movie night on the high-end flat screen television, or hours spent snuggling up next to the warmth of the stone fireplace. Wide windows allow for natural light to diffuse into the space and brighten the mood during the daytime.
Private features like game rooms with pool tables, multiple media rooms, and outdoor hot tubs serve as additional outlets for relaxation and recreation during the downtime in between excursions around Winter Park’s greatest spots, such as the slopes of Winter Park Resort.
Wash up with a long soak in the tub or a hot shower in the resort-caliber bathrooms in these properties. Then, wrap up your day by slipping between the silky sheets of your sumptuously comfortable bed, drifting off to the crackle of the fireplace.
Things to See and Do in Winter Park
Two of Winter Park’s most popular activities are hiking and skiing, made possible by the plethora of Rocky Mountain peaks and swathes of lush national forests that surround this charming mountain town.
Arapaho National Forest and Roosevelt National Forest present prime opportunities for hiking the trails. To the north of Winter Park, you’ll find Rocky Mountain National Park. Though not an exclusively fall activity, the changing leaves of autumn make hiking in these forests and along mountain peaks like Parry Peak and James Peak a particularly lovely experience. Elsewhere in the area, you can go horseback riding as well.
Close by Rocky Mountain National Park, you’ll also encounter Shadow Mountain Lake, Lake Granby, and Grand Lake—ideal locales for fishing, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding during the warmer summer season. The Colorado River also draws in visitors looking for a challenging kayaking or whitewater rafting experience.
Winter Park Ski Resort offers visitors the chance to experience hiking and mountain biking during the summer, and some of the most phenomenal skiing and snowboarding in the country during the winter. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing at locations like Devil’s Thumb Ranch and Snow Mountain Ranch give visitors a dose of hiking-like wilderness immersion.
Family-friendly activities like sledding, dog sledding, and snow tubing can be enjoyed at locations around Fraser Valley, especially at the lift-serviced sledding hills, known as Magic Carpets, located at Winter Park Ski Resort and Fraser Tubing Hill. Sleigh rides and snow cat tours embrace the holiday cheer in the air as visitors embark on a journey through Winter Park’s natural winter wonderland.
Between your excursions on the mountains and in the forests of Winter Park, our town and its nearby neighbors have more leisurely activities and attractions for you and your guests to enjoy. The Winter Park Ski Resort Village and downtown Winter Park are both home to a variety of boutiques and restaurants, with convenient red wagons available for visitors and their families traveling with children or hauling gear.
Museums like Cozens Ranch Museum on the outskirts of Winter Park and Heritage Park in Kremmling give visitors insight into the lives of the pioneers who settled the Fraser Valley area. And festivals devoted to all sorts of interests, from the Winter Park Jazz Festival to the Winter Park Beer Festival, are held here year-round.
Escape to the Mountains of Colorado with Winter Park Escapes!
Get insider tips and more information on the many attractions and activities that Winter Park has to offer during your stay when you contact our reservation specialists and book one of the Winter Park homes for rent through us today!