Residence Inn Fort Collins

1127 Oakridge Drive, Fort Collins, Colorado, 80525, United States
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by CaliHopkins

I was reading all about Horsetooth Res and the water sports access sounds great, but is there a place nearby that you can ride ATV's? Perhaps a rental place as well?

Re: ATV's

by don-the-traveler

Sorry for the bad news. The Fort Collins area is populated mostly with bycyclist. Few ATV's.
On the other-hand, Wyoming has more ATV's than most states.
All ATV lovers probably should re-locate there.
Fort Collins is not very outdoorsey.

Travel Tips for Fort Collins

Refresh & Renew

by Packerman

My favorite thing about Fort Collins is the fact that I am going there to meet over 5,000 of my co-laborers and get refreshed and renewed. My fondist memory of Fort Collins was back in 1997 when my wife and I were told we were assigned to Germany.

Rafting on the Poudre River

by yooperprof

Rafting is a popular activity for people who don't mind bumping around a lot and getting wet in the process! It's a good way to built group cohesion. And remember, there is no "I" in TEAM!

There are several outfitters in Fort Collins who organize Rafting excursions up the Poudre River canyon.

The Denver Zoo

by HasTowelWillTravel

A daytrip down to Denver would is a perfect opportunity to visit the Denver Zoo. This zoo has been around for nearly a hundred years, yet is constantly being updated. Bear Mountain was crafted in 1918, and was the first zoo enclosure in the US to try and approximate natural settings. And now they're working on a new 10-acre area for the Asian animals, with an unprecedented elephant bridge to allow greater movement for the animals.

The zoo has a lot of attractive animals to visit and learn about, beyond the usual run of lions, tigers, and bears (oh my). There's a good collection of tropical reptiles, with snakes of all sizes and shapes, and the famous Komodo dragon. There are okapis, a family favorite, and all sorts of monkeys and primates. The rates are reasonable, with plenty to keep kids active and interested, while enough to satisfy curious parents as well. All in all, a good day out!

The Zoo is open all days of the year, though hours vary between summer (March1-November1, 9am-5pm) and winter (November2-February 28, 10am-4pm).

Best Pizza in Town

by thesweetooth about Cozzola's Pizza

This is definitely the best pizza joint in town. Be prepared to wait a bit-I think the folks who work there tend to be stoners. The pick-your-own Stromboli's are awesome, perfect for a very filling lunch. A little bit pricier than some of the other pizza places in town, but you can definitely taste the difference. It's not a bank-breaker by any means, though. I love the make-your-own-Stromboli because I'm a picky eater. There's a lot to choose from, between "normal" pizza toppings and more "gourmet" stuff like artichoke hearts and toasted almonds.

Good burgers, just west of campus

by PinkFloydActuary about C.B.. & Potts

For starters, Potts is defintiely a popular hangout, so if you're looking for a quiet dinner, you'll want to try somewhere else. It's located just to the west of the campus, which may help explain its popularity. Potts has a complete dinner menu (steaks, ribs, sanwiches), but what they are known for are the burgers. You get a lot to eat with one of these suckers, so be hungry when you go. They also have their own brewery (Big Horn Brewery) - so all of the beer they serve is made in their own breweries - don't try getting your Fat Tire here. Those of you who have been to RAM breweries across the country, this is the original. Being a microbrew, you'll want to try one of their homemade beers. Some of them change on a seasonal basis, but you may enjoy the Buttface Amber Ale or their Blonde beer.


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Address: 1127 Oakridge Drive, Fort Collins, Colorado, 80525, United States