Fraser

Located between the towns of Winter Park and Tabernash, Fraser may only be 75 miles from Denver, but when you are visiting you will feel as if you are ''Leaving Planet Earth''. No matter the time of year, Fraser is home to a variety of activites and events to make your stay unforgettbale.

Fraser is an excellent home base for exploring north central Colorado, allowing to explore all of Grand County and surrounding attactions. 

Signature Events

Signature Activities

  • Fly-fishing is a favorite summer time activity. Check out the Fraser River, St. Louis, Meadow Creek Reservoir and the Colorado River for some of trophy fish and gold-medal waters.
  • In the summer, hike or bike on the Fraser River Trail. Once the snow falls, the Fraser River Trail is transformed and well groomed for snowshoers and/or cross-country skiers to enjoy.
  • Step back in time at the Cozen's Ranch Museum. One of the oldest homesteads in town and once the post offie and stage shop, is now a musuem paying homage to pioneer times of the late 1800s.
  • Hike, bike, camp, hunt or fish in the surrounding Arapahoe National Forest.
  • Tubing on the renown Fraser Tubing Hill.

Accommodations

From rustic cabins to hotels and inns, Fraser, Colorado has everything for your lodging needs. Click here to explore lodging options and deals.

Fraser Area Map

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