Hostels and Cheap Places to stay in Fort Collins, USA

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"…Located downtown, this cozy five-room hostel sits inside of a gorgeous historic landmark home that has been celebrated in the Fort Collins community since 1905. The friendly and helpful staff at … More

Hostels and Cheap Places to stay in Fort Collins, USA

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Get to know Fort Collins (no more "I wish I knew this before")

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Situated between the plains and mountains north of Denver, Fort Collins provides a perfect gateway to Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park and Roosevelt National Forest. However, with a thriving Old Town Historic District and one of Colorado’s top craft-brewery hubs, this beautiful city has a lot to offer all on its own.

Despite what the name might imply, the town’s history doesn’t involve much military. Instead, the “fort” the name refers to was a trading post used in the 1860s. Visitors can learn more about the city’s past in Old Town, including the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery and the stately Victorian Avery House. Trolley rides are available to give travelers a more unique guided tour into the community’s past.

Hostels and hotels are plentiful, as this bustling city is home to the Colorado State University and boasts a thriving arts community. A hostel stay in Fort Collins will give tourists plenty of opportunities to venture out to some of the craft breweries here, including the New Belgium Brewing Company, Fort Collins Brewery, Odell Brewing Company, and even Anheuser-Busch – where guests can meet the brewing company’s world-famous Clydesdale horses.

Fort Collins also features tons of opportunities to experience the spectacular Colorado outdoors. In addition to the national parks nearby, Fort Collins is home to Lory State Park and Horsetooth Reservoir, which offer boating, swimming, horseback riding, rock climbing, mountain biking, camping, and fishing. There is no shortage of ways to stay active in Fort Collins, so you’ll earn a good night’s rest by the time you make it back to your hostel or hotel.

Getting around Fort Collins is fairly easy, as there are plenty of options for local public transportation. Shuttles are also available from the Denver Airport, but car rentals are recommended for visitors who plan to explore the national parks and venture into the adjacent Rocky Mountains.

Written by local enthusiast for Fort Collins hostels

Written by local enthusiast for Fort Collins hostels Jakob Lombardi

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