Colorado Springs, CO, USA

Colorado Springs, CO, USA

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Where to stay near Colorado Springs, CO?

Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 787 vacation rentals near Colorado Springs. From 521 houses to 61 cabins, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Colorado Springs for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Make yourself at home in the great outdoors

Like Denver to the north, Colorado Springs lies at the base of the Rocky Mountains and sits more than a mile above sea level. And when you book a Colorado Springs vacation rental, you'll soon realize why the region is popular with nature enthusiasts and avid outdoor adventurers. Dotted with mountains, forests, and canyons, the city's rural surroundings make it an ideal base for a host of recreational activities. Or if you prefer to let others do all the work, Colorado Springs is the perfect place to watch Naval cadets and future Olympians in action.

Log off, shut down, and go outside for the day

Leave the modern world behind and make your way to the 14,115-foot summit atop Pikes Peak, one of the highest points in the Rocky Mountains. You can reach the top by car, cog railway, or, if you're feeling adventurous, on foot. The surrounding region features 3 lakes for fishing, plus picnic areas and numerous mountain biking trails. Stunning sandstone formations dot Garden of the Gods, a 1,300-acre park with rock climbing and nature trails. Still haven't gotten your fill of nature? Nestled in a canyon, Seven Falls is a series of cascading waterfalls surrounded by hiking trails and zip line courses.

From animals to athletes, Colorado Springs has it all

Book a Colorado Springs vacation rental and the animal lovers in your group will enjoy a visit to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, home to 750 animals. Sports enthusiasts can take a tour of the Colorado Springs Olympic Training Center, where Olympic hopefuls train for the chance to make Team USA. Cadets are the ones in training at the United States Air Force Academy, which has a visitor's center with exhibits and a theater. The flying theme continues at the National Museum of World War II Aviation, where exhibits include archival footage, aircrafts, and war memorabilia.

A winter wonderland as pure as driven snow

It's Colorado, so of course Colorado Springs gets plenty of snow, but March is the snowiest month, with the city receiving up to 8 inches. Winter features mild daytime highs in the low 40s, but you may want to head back to your Colorado Springs vacation rental at night when temperatures drop below freezing. It can also get a little chilly in the spring and fall when highs are in the 50s and lows fall just shy of freezing. Things warm up in the summer with 80-degree temperatures, just make sure you're prepared for rain and thunderstorms in July and August.

Climb every mountain—wild times in wilderness

Colorado Springs offers a diverse landscape, with a little something for everyone. Nearby Pike National Forest, nestled in the Rocky Mountains, is filled with streams, lakes, and dense pine and spruce tree forests. Get up-close and personal with wildlife on Pikes Peak where deer, elk, and bighorn sheep roam across the mountainside. To soak up truly colorful scenery, make your way to the red rock region, located just northwest of Colorado Springs, where you can hike through eroded canyons made from sandstone rocks.