Homewood Suites by Hilton Fort Collins

1521 Oakridge Drive, Fort Collins, Colorado, 80525, United States
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Fort Collins in December

by travellingtoco

We are traveling to Fort Collins, CO in December. We'll be there about 5 days. Any suggestions on where to see? Where to eat? Good and/or bad sides of town? We are trying to decide whether or not to move there from California.

We are also bringing our golden retriever... any suggestions for which hotels accept dogs?

Thanks for any help!

Re: Fort Collins in December

by caffeine_induced78

You might be surprised to know that some of the low elevation trails in Rocky Mountain National Park are pretty free of snow that time of year. That would be mostly in the Wild Basin area in the Southeast corner of the park. There are some nice little waterfalls and rapids along the creek that the trail follows.

Also the New Belgium Brewing Company, famous for it's "Fat Tire" beer is based in Fort Collins. I believe they give tours.

Other than that - I have not spent a whole bunch of time in Fort Collins.

Re: Fort Collins in December

by Rixie

I was surprised at how many hotels were on the list:


RE: Fort Collins in December

by Sagespot

Make sure you take some time to walk around in Old Towne, usually the holiday lights are up and it looks beautiful if there's a touch of snow on the ground. You could always take a drive (north of town) up the Poudre Canyon or go up West of town to Horsetooth res. Both of those are decent drives if the roads are good.

I moved to Ft. Collins from Des Moines and stayed for six years, returning only to care for my aging father - otherwise I'd still be there!! We go back to visit about twice a year.

In general the town is small, much smaller in the summer when the university is out, but it had a ton of cultural venues, is centrally located between Denver and the Wyoming border, and a ton of other great things. I highly recommend making the move!

Travel Tips for Fort Collins

Environmental Learning Center

by yooperprof

The Environmental Learning Center is operated by Colorado State University as a plac to educate the public about the complex issues regarding the climate, geography, flora and fauna of the Colorado Front Range. Yearround, a variety of programs are offered here, both for school groups and for adults through a variety of "continuing education" classes. The Center is conveniently located just a few minutes off I-25, and also is quite close to the center of Ft. Collins.

My younger brother volunteers at the Raptor Recovery Center here. It's a program that provides assistance (free health care, really) to our avian friends when they become injured or ill, whether through accidents or through human intervention. Some of the eagles or hawks are able to become fully "rehabilitated," and are eventually returned to the natural environment. However, some of the birds are not able to make a complete recovery, in which case the Raptor Recovery Center either provides them with long-term lodging, or makes a placement for them with various refuges around the state. It's a good place to come to learn about birds! 3745 E. Prospect, Ft. Collins

Mishawaka Amphitheater

by leafmcgowan

Nestled in the cradle of the Poudre Canyon, right on the banks of the Lower Mishawaka river bend, is a hidden yet large amphitheater and bar that hosts some incredible shows, festivals, events, concerts, and parties. The Lunar Fire Solstice celebration on 6/20/09 was my second time attending this fabulous venue. (The first time was to see Kan'nal) Apparently the Mishawaka Amphitheater was birthed in 1916 by the well known musician Walter S. Thompson who found this small stretch of the Cache La Poudre River Valley and settled this sacred land. It was here he built his summer home. Having to homestead the piece of land in order to own it he moved there. His home became known as the Mishawaka Dance Hall where there was a dance almost every night. It is this hall that evolved into the legendary Mishawaka Amphitheatre which is otherwise known as “The Mish”. One of my favorite concert venues in Colorado! Rating: 5 stars out of 5.

Horsetooth Mountain Park is a...

by royharper

Horsetooth Mountain Park is a scenic 2,100 acre park located 4 miles west of Fort Collins. The park features a rustic trail system that winds throughout the park allowing mountain bikers and hikers alike to experience the beauty of Northern Colorado. Horsetooth Park ranges in elevation from 5,000 feet to 9,000 feet.

Northern Colorado's Oldest and Biggest Brew Pub

by Rissa about CooperSmith's

Coopersmith's is a big, busy brewpub with a food menu that shows a great deal of imagination and planning. There were several brews to choose from. The chili-beer was "three-alarm," and is definitely for persons with cast-iron tummies. If you like beer try the Punjabi pale ale

Funky Washington's

by HasTowelWillTravel about Washington's Sports Bar & Grill

Washington's has been around Fort Collins since the late 70s, and is still an eclectic place to eat or enjoy an evening on the town. The whole place is filled with various pieces tacked to the wall, and there are many nooks filled with tables and booths, giving it an intimate feel. Near the bar there are multiple large screen TVs to watch major sports that take place either in the area (CSU football) or nationally (baseball, the World Cup, and more). It has a nice vibe, though it can get loud as people stream in.

The food is a standard fare of American offerings, running the gamut from burgers to salads. They do have some mean BBQ, a rack of ribs with sides of beans and slaw and fries is very tasty. The bar also has a wide range, serving local beers (New Belgium, Fort Collins Brewery, and O'Dells) as well as standby favorites, plus a good selection of stronger liquors if the night calls for it.

Enjoy the funky ambiance of Washington's while chomping on some ribs and soaking in the sports life. Oh, and take in some pinball while you're there.. a great way to cap a night off!


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Address: 1521 Oakridge Drive, Fort Collins, Colorado, 80525, United States