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About Fort Collins
Fort Collins is a college city in the beautiful northern Colorado, as well as being home to Colorado State University. There is plenty to do and see in this buzzing area at the base of the Rocky Mountains. Enjoy the beer, art, and musical culture that graces the energetic Fort Collins — you won’t regret it!
Things to do in Fort Collins
The Gardens on Spring Creek in Fort Collins are incredible botanical gardens. The gardens feature flowers, fruit, herbs, and even rocks. This new look on horticulture becomes its own art, but is closed on Sundays. The downtown historic district has conjured up its own music scene, with regular festivals, concerts, and the Fort Collins Symphony Orchestra. Breweries such as the New Belgium Brewing Company are a big part of the Fort Collins scene. New Belgium is the largest of the local craft breweries. Take an interesting tour, and sample the different beers along the way.
Day trips from Fort Collins
An hour away from Fort Collins, you can find the calmer and more serene Red Feather Lakes. Experience the incredible Roosevelt National Forest, where you can explore trails, go hiking, or even go horseback riding in the wilderness. In the Rocky Mountains, this rustic mountain village will treat you to the wonders of a mountain landscape. The Shambhala Mountain Centre and Buddhist Temple is especially peaceful and spiritual. Fort Collins is also an hour away from Denver. This amazing city is home to the largest art museum from the West Coast to Chicago. The museum features a wide variety of Native American art, and thousands of works from all over the world and ages. The Elitch Gardens Theme Park will get your adrenaline running with all kinds of rides and roller coasters. The downtown amusement park is open from May to October.
Fort Collins accommodations
Tripping has hundreds of options for you to search through for your Fort Collins stay. Whether you’re looking for a relaxing hotel, a funky apartment, or a beautiful home, Tripping’s got you covered. There’s something for everyone, ranging from right in the city to a little further out in the suburbs. Make yourself at home in this manageable home-away-from-home!
Transportation in Fort Collins
You may just fly into the Denver International Airport, where you can rent a car to get to Fort Collins in an hour. Fort Collins is a college town, which means that there are lots of pedestrians, as well as busy streets with bicycles soaring past. Transfort city bus system and the MAX bus rapid transit can get you all over town. It’s not too much trouble at all to navigate Fort Collins.
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