Known as the "Western Gateway" to the Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake has something for everyone. The charming lakeside setting of Grand Lake makes folks feel at home. Enjoy the quaint cabins and summer homes that line the shores of the state's largest natural lake, stroll down the historic boardwalk with over 60 shops, restaurants, and galleries, or take in a show at the new Rocky Mountain Repertory Theater.
Grand Lake has year- round recreation for everyone to enjoy. In the summer, hike, bike, or ATV through unspoiled terrain or boat, sail, or fish on Grand Lake, home to one of the oldest yacht clubs in the west. In the winter, Grand Lake, deemed the "Snowmobiling Capital of Colorado", transforms into a winter wonderland with miles and miles of trails for snowshoeing, Nordic skiing, and of course, snowmobiling.
Whether you stay for a day, a week, or a lifetime, Grand Lake awaits you.
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It's always important to check the weather before traveling, but it's particularly important if you're planning any time in the backcountry. Safety first! Check the forecast and avalanche reports before your outing.
Whether you are looking for a historical lodge or a great RV/camping site, Grand Lake offers it all with cabins, rental homes, bed and breakfasts, condominiums and motels. The Grand Lake Lodge offers historic accommodations with a view of Grand Lake or you can rent one of their 70 cabins. Cabins are also available through the parks department, or various local vendors like Lupine Village. Click here to click rates and availability for Grand Lake.
For more information call 970-627-3402 or visit the Grand Lake Visitor Center or try their website for more information about recreation and accommodations.
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