Manitou Springs, CO, USA

Manitou Springs, CO, USA

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Where to stay near Manitou Springs, CO?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 521 vacation rentals near Manitou Springs. From 320 houses to 41 cottages, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Manitou Springs for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Resort life in Manitou Springs

In El Paso County, scenic Manitou Springs is the perfect place to vacation if you’re craving a combination of stunning nature and modern-day living. Known for its vibrant downtown shops and restaurants, this lively city also features plenty of natural beauty in the form of creeks, parks, and natural mineral springs. Avid hikers and athletes can find plenty to do here, too, especially when they make their way to one of the town’s beloved trails. When you book a Manitou Springs vacation rental, you’ll quickly understand why the area was originally designed as a health resort.

Indulge your inner shopaholic in Manitou Springs

Manitou Springs is packed with well-preserved historic buildings that are home to lively pubs, versatile restaurants, and charming boutiques. After you’ve indulged your inner shopaholic, you can settle in one of the town’s many campgrounds and enjoy beautiful mountain views. Of course, no visit to Manitou Springs is complete without a guided tour of the springs themselves. You’ll learn about their curative powers and enjoy a sip of the good stuff, too. If nightlife is your thing, make your way to one of the many lounges downtown for some good eats and fun live performances.

Ride the world’s highest railway in Manitou Springs

If you book a Manitou Springs vacation rental, you can’t miss the Manitou and Pike’s Peak Railway. This cog railway is one of the world's highest. It'll take you on an epic train ride to the very top of Pikes Peak. If that’s not enough to tempt you, consider the Manitou Cliff Dwellings. These reconstructed ruins date from 1200, and there’s a museum of prehistoric relics here, too. The absolutely exquisite Miramont Castle is one of the finest museums in the area—it’s on the National Register of Historic Places and features immaculately furnished Victorian rooms.

Hundreds of sunshine days in Manitou Springs

Boasting an average of 256 days of sunshine every year, Manitou Springs is nothing if not bright and beautiful. There's more to the area than sunny skies, as you’ll notice every time you step outside your Manitou Springs vacation rental. It snows approximately 32 inches a year. About 15 inches of rain fall, too. Summer is steamy, to say the least. It tops out in the mid-80s in July and August, but is capable of reaching highs in the 100s! If you prefer more moderate temps, stick with fall, when temperatures stay in the friendly mid-60s to 70s.

In the shadows of Pikes Peak

In the shadows of Mount Manitou and the Red Mountain, Manitou Springs certainly is a mountainous region! The Englemann Canyon resides at the western and southern ends of the area. The real highlight of Manitou Springs is Pikes Peak, which towers over the town. The other highlight here is the spring itself—make that springs. Manitou Mineral Springs are renowned for their healing powers, and you can book a tour to enjoy a cup of it before you leave town.