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4th of July Celebrations in Colorado Springs

Make your trip to Colorado extra memorable over the patriotic holiday with these local 4th of July 2016 Celebrations in Colorado Springs. Visit the state parks, Pikes Peak on 4th of July, and more.

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Here are some great ways to celebrate the 4th of July in Colorado Springs.

Colorado Springs 4th of July Philharmonic Concert

Enjoy activities and a beer garden along with live music from the symphony at Memorial Park. Don’t forget to stay after the show for fireworks!

2016 Pikes Peak Art & Music Festival

Soak in this fest that features a juried art show, live music, hands-on activities, food, and local brews. Stroll through America the Beautiful Park and discover local culture and talent. One of the most popular 4th of July Events in Colorado Springs.

Tri-Lakes 4th of July Celebration

A day of fun in nearby Monument starts off with a pancake dinner. Then enjoy the fanfare of a parade, and check out the street fair. Finish things off with the Music Festival.

Ft. Carson’s 4th on the 3rd

Head to Iron Horse Park in nearby Fort Carson on the 3rd for activities (bounce houses, bungee jump and trampoline, a corn maze) as well as live music, food vendors, and fireworks.

Western Heritage Day Celebration

Celebrate Western heritage on July 3rd at Cheyenne Mountain State Park. Enjoy crafts, horseshoes, steer roping, and other fun activities. Settle in for live music, and stay afterward for an excellent view of the fireworks from Ft. Carson.

4th of July Flag Flying Festival

Bring your own flag and wear it with pride as you enjoy a morning session of zip lining over the Manitou foothills at Adventures Out West.

Western Museum of Mining and Industry

Come for the history; stay for the interactive exhibits and guided tours that showcase a legacy of the American frontier.

Come and stay with us at Cheyenne Mountain Resort to ensure you’re close to all of the things to do for 4th of July in Colorado Springs.

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Top 3 Things to Pack For A Trip To Colorado Springs

Colorado is famous for its beautiful parks to adrenaline-filled outdoor sports and attractions. There is so much to enjoy while here so we want to share this list of the Top 3 Things to Pack when visiting Colorado Springs.

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Packing for Colorado: 3 Things That Should Occupy Space inside Your Suitcase
Packing the most suitable clothes, accessories and gear for your trip will depend mostly on the time of year you visit Colorado Springs. No matter the season, it is a great idea to bring a variety of options to ensure you are comfortable throughout your trip.

Here are three essentials that you should pack while planning the details of your upcoming trip to Colorado Springs.

Sunscreen. Given the high altitude of this state, you will want to pack your lip balm and sunscreen. Year-round protection from the elements and preventing the chance of Sunburn, is important when visiting Colorado. Whether you have a wide-brimmed hat or sunscreen that will work during the most active excursions, this should be one of the first things to add to your suitcase.

Lightweight Clothes. They say layers are the best when traveling. Temperatures in Colorado Springs can vary from day to night so you'll want to have a variety of options to ensure you remain comfortable throughout your visit. During the day, temperatures rise and the heat of the day will have you reaching for hats and clothing to help you as you are enjoying the area. Night time temperatures can dip so it's great to have that extra jacket or sweater ready in a pinch. Of course, there is always a chance for rain so remember to pack a poncho or a raincoat.

Camera. It goes without saying that the views and landscape of Colorado Sprigs are truly breathtaking. You definitely don't want to forget to bring your camera or cell phone to snap those shots that will make your trip to Colorado Springs memorable.

Plan Your Stay at Cheyenne Mountain Resort
Now that you know what to pack for Colorado Springs, you just need to book your stay with us at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort. Our Colorado Springs vacation destination is the perfect way to round out your next vacation.

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Looking for the Best Things To Do In Downtown Colorado Springs?

You don’t need to look far to find the best things to do in Downtown Colorado Springs. While you may think Colorado offers a small-town feel, it offers all the amenities of a big city. From museums and shopping to dining, festivals and parks, there’s always something to do.

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The U.S. Olympic Training Center
The Olympic Training Center serves as the national headquarters for the USA Shooting and Swimming teams and is the flagship center for both the Olympic Training Center and Olympic Committee. The center lies on a stunning 35-acre complex and offers facilities for judo, gymnastics, fencing, shooting and more.

Old Colorado City
If you love great shopping, fine dining and plenty of entertainment, Old Colorado City is the place to visit. There are eateries to suit all types of taste buds. You will always find fun events, too, including the First Friday ArtWalk, a Farmer’s Market, and Sidewalk Sales.

Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center
There are a wide variety of museums in Colorado Springs to explore. If you appreciate fine arts, check out the Fine Arts Center. Here you can discover incredible art galleries, an art school, and live theater. You can also grab a bite to eat at Taste while taking in the views of Pikes Peak.

Coming to Colorado in June?

If you’re heading to Colorado in June, be sure to register for the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb on June 26th.

Come and stay with us at Cheyenne Mountain Resort while you enjoy the best the city has to offer.

 

 


We Have the Perfect Spa Treatment for You

Alluvia Spa at Cheyenne Mountain makes for the perfect pampering getaway. Whether you’re in need of time to escape the world and unwind or simply feel like gathering a few friends together for the perfect spa treatment, there’s no doubt you will enjoy an escape to Alluvia.

Isn’t It Time You Had a Cheyenne Mountain Resort Spa Retreat? Spa

Life these days is hectic. How often do you take time out for yourself and just let go of your worries? When was the last time you released body, mind, and soul to nature’s healing powers? When last did you feel refreshed?

Now’s your chance to take advantage of our spa special offers in Colorado Springs and treat yourself to a rejuvenating Cheyenne Mountain Resort spa retreat.

Our Cheyenne Mountain Spa specials include:

  • 30% off a 50-minute facial when you book a massage at our spa between Sunday – Thursday. Both services must be booked for the same day and can be shared between two guests.
  • 10% off any one treatment from Sunday – Thursday. This offer may not be combined with other offers.

Spoil Yourself at Our Resort

Book an overnight stay at our resort and look forward to the perfect spa treatment in Colorado Springs. After your treatment, you can retire to one of our well-appointed guest rooms and enjoy the stunning views and mountain backdrops. Guests can look forward to exceptional comfort and modern amenities, including indulgent Alluvia Spa Lemongrass Sage bath products.

We look forward to making sure you get the chance to unwind at Cheyenne Mountain Resort.

 


A Look at the History of The Country Club of Colorado

The history of The Country Club of Colorado dates back to 1967 when Charles Gate bought 3,000 acres of land that was the Cheyenne Mountain Ranch. His vision was to create a community of homes, shopping centers, hotels, restaurants and recreation areas. The focal point of that vision was The Country Club of Colorado. In 1973 the Club opened nine holes and right from the beginning it was a success. The golf course continued to be built around Curr Reservoir, a spring-fed lake.

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As a member, you can enjoy access to a wide variety of top amenities at The Country Club of Colorado. The Country Club of Colorado features a range of recreational facilities, youth programs and leisure activities. Whether your feel like playing a round of golf on the Pete Dye championship course that has recently undergone renovations or relaxing in the resort pools or 35-acre beachfront private lake, you won’t be short of things to do. There’s also tennis, al fresco dining and a range of other experiences that embody the pleasure of living in Colorado.

Cheyenne Mountain Resort invites you to enjoy use of the club to have fun, stay active and dine well. Whether you join us for a family getaway or book a golf adventure with friends, you can look forward to fun for all ages. After a full day of adventure and outdoor delights, relax in one of our spacious guestrooms and take in the beautiful backdrops and views. Our guest rooms have been designed to offer supreme comfort and modern amenities to ensure you enjoy a convenient and memorable stay.

We look forward to welcoming you to the Resort.

 

 

 

 

 


Looking for Things to Do Near Cheyenne Mountain Resort? The Sky's The Limit!

Whether you want to indulge in a little shopping in Colorado Springs, get in a game of golf or simply explore the area, there are a lot of things to do near Cheyenne Mountain Resort. Here are our top picks.

Museums in Colorado Springs and More

Kids at a museumFrom a visit to the zoo to a game of golf or checking out the museums in Colorado Springs, there are plenty of activities and family friendly events in Colorado Springs to enjoy.

Pioneers Museum

The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum is the only institution that researches, collects and interprets the fascinating history of the region. The museum boasts both permanent displays and a variety of changing galleries that are dedicated to special topics.

Visit the Zoo

What could be more fun than spending a day with your family at the zoo? For something a little different, check out Animal Encounters where you will get the chance to meet your favorite animal, have photo opportunities and feed the animals.

Enjoy a game of Golf

Our Colorado Springs golf course has been designed to challenge golfers of any level. Come and enjoy our 18-hole championship course set next to the 35-acre lake. After your game, grab something to eat at the golf course’s restaurant at the clubhouse.

Cripple Creek

A visit to Cripple Creek is sure to be fun for all ages. Learn about the area’s rich history through a variety of museums, tours and even a steam locomotive. The train began transporting visitors on a journey back into the time of the gold rush and right into the heart of the Rocky M0untains in 1976 and today visitors can still hop aboard the 1894 locomotive for a tour.

As a guest at Cheyenne Mountain Resort, you have a wide array of activities and things to see and do in Colorado Springs!

 

 

 

 


Check Out the Colorado Springs Craft Breweries Next Time You’re in Town

The next time you book your stay with us, why not check out the Colorado Springs craft breweries? There are several great breweries to visit, all with distinct and delicious flavors waiting to be tasted. Craft-Beer-Sampler

Fossil Craft Beer Company
This brewery offers seven different and unique brews right on tap and they even have their own soda. You can enjoy checking out exactly where the beer has been brewed and meeting the people who brew it. Stick around for a delicious meal, too, from any of the food trucks parked out front.

Smiling Toad Brewery
Craft beer is all about flavor. It’s also all about supporting local businesses. Smiling Toad is a small, family-run brewery where you’re sure to get to know everyone by name during your visit. This brewery is all about great beer and great company who aim to please their customers every time.

Triple S Brewing
This brewery is the only Certified Cicerone owned brewery in all of Colorado Springs. All the beer brewers are Cicerone Certified Beer Servers and are able to help you find the perfect craft beer in Colorado Springs. Even if you don’t drink beer, they’re sure to find something you will fall in love with. This brewery has a craft coffee, craft soda and even homemade Kombucha. They serve food to and will happily pair drinks with your meal for you.

Bristol Brewing Company
This craft brewer uses only natural ingredients in all of their beers and they offer bottles and draughts in restaurants throughout the U.S.

Brewery Tours in Colorado Springs
If you feel like indulging in exciting brewery tours in Colorado Springs, be sure to book your stay at Cheyenne Mountain Resort and check out these irresistible craft brewers!

 

 

 


Ever Wondered about the History of Cheyenne Mountain?

One of the fun things to do in Colorado Springs is to learn a little about the history of Cheyenne Mountain.  The area grew in popularity during 1956 when the commander of the Continental Air Defense Command, General Earle E. Partridge, suggested that the Cheyenne Mountain Colorado Springs complex be constructed. The General envisaged an underground center for combat operations that would replace the above-ground facility that was located at Ent Air Force Base. Cheyenne Mountain

It was agreed that the complex would serve as the base to the North American Aerospace Defense Command. You will find the complex just outside Cheyenne Mountain, towards the southwest of Colorado Springs.

Today, the complex serves as an alternate command center and also as a training site for new crew recruits.

More Fun Facts Cheyenne Mountain

Here are a few more fun facts Cheyenne Mountain:

• Cheyenne Mountain is home to the Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

• You will also find the stunning Cheyenne Mountain State Park in the area

• The Pikes Peak Region is where you will find Fort Carson, Peterson AFB and Schriever AFB, among many others

• The region is also home to a major attraction, the United States Air Force Academy

• The film WarGames was partly set at the NORAD facility in 1983

• Cheyenne Mountain is home to the U.S. Stargate Command in the television series Stargate Atlantis, Stargate Universe and Stargate SG-1

• The TV series Jeremiah, which ran between 2002 – 2004 was set in and around Cheyenne Mountain. In the show, the area is usually referred to as “Thunder Mountain.”

If you’d like to explore the rich history and fun facts Cheyenne Mountain has to offer, book your stay with us at Cheyenne Mountain Resort. After a day of exploring, come back and relax in our stunning setting, complete with comfortable accommodations and convenient amenities.

 


Check Out the Five Best Hikes Around Colorado Springs


Colorado Springs offer endless opportunities for outdoor adventures and family fun. It doesn’t matter what your fitness or skill levels are, the five best hikes around Colorado Springs are the perfect opportunity to experience the area at its most sensational.

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If you’re planning on hiking around Colorado Springs, be sure to check out these Colorado Springs hiking trails.

Horsethief Falls/Pancake Rocks
There are three main trails in Horsethief park which can be found just off Highway 67. Get a good look at the beaver ponds or head off on the Pancake Rocks trail where you will climb through several switchbacks and take in the amazing views west and south towards Cripple creek.

Cheyenne Mountain State Park
This is one of the most recent additions to Colorado’s state park system. The park lies right under Cheyenne Mountain and offers some 20 miles of trails that vary in difficulty. Along the trails you will encounter pines and rock gardens, stunning Limekiln Valley views and possibly even an owl or two.

Manitou Reservoir Trail
If you want to take a hike away from the crowds, this is the trail for you. The path of the trail descends to the base of Manitou Reservoir and you can carry on along several different paths. This is a slightly more challenging hike.

Red Rock Canyon
You will find Red Rock Canyon Open Space just south of US-24, between Manitou Springs and Colorado Springs. There are plenty of trails to choose from along the canyons and some fantastic views of Garden of the Gods await. There are also off-leash dog loops and a free riding bicycle area.

Catamount Trail
This moderate trail begins in the town of Green Mountain Falls, climbing all the way up to the South Catamount Reservoir. Once you get to the top of the switchbacks on the hike you enter a soft grassy area, Garden of Eden. You can then continue along the creek and over to the South Catamount Reservoir dam. The trails in this area are fairly easy-going.

Cheyenne Mountain Resort is the perfect place to spend the evening, rest and rejuvenate before heading out on your next trail adventure.  We look forward to welcoming you!

 

 


Start Planning Your Colorado Springs Wedding

WEDDING_bride-holds-a-wedding-bouquetNestled right in the foothills of the glorious Rocky Mountains, the stunning backdrop and grounds of our hotel make for the ideal setting for your special day. From elaborate celebrations to intimate gatherings, a Colorado Springs wedding at our resort is sure to be unforgettable.

Let our experienced wedding specialist help turn your dream into reality at our Colorado destination wedding location. Our culinary team will help to customize the perfect wedding menu for you and your guests and you can choose from a range of wedding packages and enhancements, such as an ice sculpture, discounts on a rehearsal dinner and even painted wedding cake plates.

Book Your Colorado Springs Summer Wedding at Cheyenne Mountain

If you have always dreamt of an outdoor Colorado Springs summer wedding, we’re the perfect location. While we do have sensational indoor ceremony and reception options, our outdoor venues are sure to make for the most romantic setting.

  • The beach is located right on our 35-acre private lake. Get married among the mountains, sand and water under the Colorado sun and then move on to a cocktail reception at the Pavilion.
  • The Chipping Green is a great location if you want to get married amidst lush foliage and greenery with the rugged Mountains as your backdrop.
  • The Gran Rivers Terrace is perfect for either your ceremony or a cocktail reception. Enjoy the sweeping views of the countryside while toasting your special day.
  • Quail Terrace is ideal for smaller weddings of 60 people or less. Suspended above a canopy of stunning greenery, the space offers sweeping views of the resort, making for beautiful wedding pictures.
  • Cheyenne Courtyard can serve as either a ceremony site of is perfect for an elegant reception area.

Don’t delay, start planning your dream Spring or summer wedding at Cheyenne Mountain Resort today.