Colorado is our home. We spend a lot of time exploring the entire state and taking advantage of all it has to offer families. From Colorado’s mountain towns to Denver & Boulder, there’s so much for kids and adults alike.
If you’re planning a trip to Colorado to view some spectacular mountain scenery and wildlife, keep in mind that there are a handful of different ways of doing just that. Of course, you could always take the car, hike on
Once upon a time, in the early 1900s, someone had a bold vision. This weekend our family experienced the fruition of that vision, 100 years later. During a summer of social distancing our family has sought out Colorado destinations with
If your family enjoys the outdoors along with exciting sporting activities, then consider making Twin Lakes Colorado your next adventure. Even though only a couple of hundred people live there, over the years it’s become a popular destination for vacationers,
Spectacular mountain views reflected off of still waters are quite a sight. Add fishing, boating, paddle boarding and a variety of other water sports to the mix and it makes these stunning lakes in Colorado an ideal vacation spot. With
Travel is different this year. Our family is exploring the wide open spaces of our home state instead of wandering afar. We always love Colorado in the summer. So, this really just gives us the best excuse ever to enjoy
The Denver and Rio Grande Railroad founded the town of Durango, Colorado in 1880. The Old West heritage of the town is apparent in Downtown Durango, a National Historic District, which features hotels, shops, and restaurants restored to 19th Century
Our family has traveled Colorado extensively. But the one area that we hadn’t explored until this weekend is the Rocky Mountain National Park area. WOW! Just a jump, skip and a hop from our home town, the area is spectacular.
Let’s face it, not everyone is cut out for camping in tents. Cold, rain, critters, and other annoyances can put a damper on your experience. Glamping is a great option for those that still wish to be a part of
Colorado is home to many, many beautiful national and state parks. Great Sand Dunes National Park may be the most unique of these parks. Situated in southern Colorado, surrounded by the Sangre de Cristo mountain range, these tallest sand dunes