Are you planning a trip to Colorado, but you’re not sure which areas to explore? There’s are dozens of reasons our state is special, so first-time visitors can be overwhelmed when choosing where to go and what to do. Outdoor adventurers might be attracted to the endless activities in the Rocky Mountain National Park, while foodies may want to explore the bar and restaurant scene in Denver. When you come to the town of Winter Park, CO, just over an hour from Denver, you’ll have easy access to some the state’s best landmarks, hiking trails, and activities.

Located in Grand County, the town of Winter Park, CO, provides residents and visitors alike with resort amenities and an inviting atmosphere. Check out our summer things to do page or winter activities to learn more about everything Winter Park has to offer!

Rocky Mountain Charm in the Town of Winter Park, CO

Not to be mistaken with the Florida city of the same name, Winter Park, CO, is a small resort town nestled in the Colorado Rockies. No matter the season, you’ll find plenty of things to do from work-class skiing and mountain biking to music festivals and delicious dining. Hit the slopes at the Winter Park Resort, attend annual events like the Winter Park Jazz Festival, or grab a beer at one of the breweries in Winter Park.

Premier Location

Just 66 miles west of Denver, Grand County is an hour from the Grand Lake entrance to the Rocky Mountain National Park and encompasses several beautiful towns. Winter Park’s unique location near so many exciting places and activities is one of the town’s biggest draws. Whether you’re craving a trip to the city or a day of outdoor adventure, everything you want to do is just a day trip away! Of course, Grand County itself offers plenty to do just minutes away from Winter Park. Learn more about the downtown Winter Park area and explore the town or venture out to new places!

Outdoor Fun Year-Round

While the town of Winter Park, CO, is small (with a population of just under 1,000), it offers much potential for exciting activities. Featuring slopes for riders of all skill levels and ages, Winter Park Resort is one of the nation’s best ski destinations and regularly hosts annual activities like the Winter Park Spring Splash. While skiing is one of the town’s biggest attractions, Winter Park is also known as “Mountain Bike Capital USA” with hundreds of trails for bikers. Hiking, horseback riding, and white water rafting are all additional popular activities during the summer months. With both Byers Peak and Vasquez Peak Wilderness nearby, there’s endless potential to explore the mountains.

Picture Yourself in Winter Park

Visiting the town of Winter Park, CO, is great—but living here is even better! Many travelers who come to Colorado leave wishing they’ll return to the state as residents someday. Let our knowledgeable and friendly agents help you find the perfect home or vacation property!

Browse a complete listing of available properties in the area, and contact us today at (970) 726-2600 to learn more about the town and available homes!