About Edwards - Nestled in the Vail Valley, Edwards of Eagle County serves as a gateway to some of America’s best ski resorts. The town benefits from its location as it boasts gorgeous scenery, some of the best golf courses, access to a goldmine of activities, and a rich array of stores with a surprisingly metropolitan vibe. If you’re looking for a place that has activities all year round and is near the popular ski areas of Colorado, then Edwards is for you. Owner Direct Vacation Rentals has quite a selection of accommodations that will put you near all the action. From upscale condo rentals to spacious yet cozy cabin rentals, you’ll find the right vacation home here.
Where to Stay & Why - There’s something special about finding accommodations that will serve as your home-away-from-home, and Owner Direct Vacation Rentals can provide that. After a day of adventure or enjoying nature in and around Eagle River, it’s relaxing to be able to return to a private space and unwind in a lodging that gives you that homey feeling. Comfortable beds, spacious living areas with a fireplace, cable TV, WiFi, fully equipped kitchens, laundry facilities, parking, a work area, a private hot tub, amazing views from the balcony with a BBQ grill and outdoor dining area, and easy access to what Edwards has to offer - those are just some of the things you can enjoy when you book with us. Whichever type of vacation rental you pick, you’re sure to experience all the comforts of home, plus extra amenities that will make your trip truly memorable.
What to See & Do - Edwards is the right destination if you’re looking to enjoy the outdoors. During winter, vacationers head to nearby ski resorts like Vail and Beaver Creek to spend some time on the slopes. During warmer months, spend time on the Eagle River to do some rafting, fishing, hiking, biking, and much more. Enjoy the rolling greens of golf courses like Arrowhead, or show your creative side at the Alpine Arts Center that offers classes for all ages. Hike at the White River National Forest back-country to explore the epic Discovery’s Wildlife Explorations Trails.
Where to Eat & Drink - Riverwalk offers a variety of inviting shops and eateries. Some of the accommodations below can get you access to country clubs and resorts where you can dine in their amazing selection of restaurants. The town is also home to several bistros with excellent wine lists, or come to Gore Range and Crazy Mountain breweries to try their local beers.
How to Get Here & Getting Around - Fly in via the Vail/Eagle County Airport or Denver International Airport. By road, US Route 6 runs through the center of Edwards on the south side of the Eagle River, while I-70 runs through the north. If you want to see the surrounding areas of Edwards, a car will be more convenient, especially if you’re bringing sports gear or if you plan on buying some stuff from Riverwalk.
When to Go - The best time to visit for general outdoor activities is from June to August, which is peak season. If you want to avoid the crowd, April and May are great months to visit.