Colorado B&B lovers can choose from lodging close to all their favorite Colorado
activities and sites, including hiking, scenic train rides, hunting, fishing, historical
sites, shopping, and of course, skiing.
Signed into the Union by Ulysses S. Grant shortly after the
centennial of the United States,
been nicknamed "The Centennial State." At 140 years old, Colorado is relatively young, but one can
hardly claim that it lacks history or culture. From the slopes of Vail to Pikes
Peak to the bustling streets of Denver, there
are unlimited destinations to enjoy with bed & breakfasts nearby. Don't miss the other great cities in Colorado
including Boulder, Fort Collins, and Red Feather Lakes in the Front Range region;
Aspen, Breckenridge, and Carbondale in the Northwest; Colorado Springs, Cascade,
and Salida in the South Central region; and Durango, Cedaredge, and Silverton
in the Southwest.
Colorado offers a number of incredible state and
national parks to explore. National park lovers tend to enjoy: Mesa
Verde National Park in the Southwest region for numerous ruins of ancient
Pueblo villages; Rocky Mountain National Park in the Front Range region, which
is split by the Continental Divide, giving the eastern and western sides of the
park a different character; Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, which
contains the tallest sand dunes in North America; and the Black Canyon of the
Gunnison National Park, which contains one of the country's steepest canyons.
There is tons more for visitors to Colorado to see. In the
Denver area: Denver Art Museum, Red Rocks Amphitheater & Visitor Center, the
Ski Train, Colorado Railroad Museum, Byers-Evans House Museum, and the Denver
Museum of Miniatures, Dolls & Toys. In the Northwest: Vail Valley Music
Festival, Museum of the West, Colorado Ski Museum, Aspen Art Museum, GatherHouse
Hand-blown Glassware & Design, and number of vineyards. In the South
Central Region: Historic Royal Gorge Route Railroad, Pikes Peak Cog Railway, Historic
Old Colorado City Shopping District, South Park City Museum, Colorado Springs
Philharmonic, and Pikes Peak Ghost Town.