- On the western slope of the Rockies lies one of Colorado
’s best-kept secrets - Eagle
. It is in a cozy mountain setting where locals and visitors alike challenge themselves on some of nature’s finest playgrounds. Make Eagle your springboard for adventure and book accommodations with Owner Direct Vacation Rentals
! Lodgings such as villa rentals, condo rentals, and house rentals are all welcoming and are the perfect home-away-from-home for the outdoorsy, the adventurous, and for those looking for a quiet place to relax and reconnect with nature.
Where to Stay & Why - Relax in accommodations that will give you all the comforts of home, and more! The living area is very spacious, where you can cozy up in front of the fireplace while watching from the cable TV. Some vacation rentals have two living rooms, while others have gaming and exercise equipment for additional indoor entertainment. If you’ve been fishing, cook and eat your catch in the fully equipped, open kitchen with a dining area. If you want to have a cookout, there may be a BBQ grill on the deck with an extra table and chairs. You can either end the night relaxing in the hot tub or enjoying s’mores from the firepit. Other amenities can include WiFi, laundry facilities, and more!
What to See & Do - These vacation rentals are your private paradise with access to epic adventures! Most of the accommodations are on Eagle River, so gold medal fishing is in your backyard. If you want to go to town, it’s just a few miles away. Centennial Park is a hub of activity with a playground, picnic areas, and from time to time, events. There’s also a pump track, BMX track, and radio-controlled car track. In winter, country-skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, and ice fishing are just some of the outdoor recreation you can experience in Eagle. Beaver Creek Ski Resort and Vail are both less than 30-minutes away. Other attractions are The Eagle Pool & Ice Rink, Colorado Ski & Snowboard Museum, and Sylvan Lake State Park.
Where to Eat & Drink - Eagle offers a wide selection of eateries, everything from down-to-earth restaurants and cafes to lively watering holes with culinary offerings that reflect the richness and diversity of the region. Sip a steaming cup of coffee at Stout House Coffee, dig into chill Mexican eats at Real Jalisco, or have Italian fare in family-friendly Pastatively. You can also try Dusty Boot Steakhouse and Saloon, or spoil yourself at Paradigms.
How to Get Here & Getting Around - Eagle is halfway between Denver and Grand Junction at I-70 Exit 147. By plane, you can fly in via the Eagle County Regional Airport or Denver International Airport. Though public transportation is available, it’s more convenient to have a car during your stay to explore Eagle and the surrounding area.
When to Go - The best time to visit Eagle is during the summer and winter season, both offering a lot of recreational opportunities for kids and adults.