There are many great places to stay in and near Woodland Park, CO. Find peaceful escapes located up dirt roads deep in the forest or choose a traditional hotel right in town near amenities. There is so much to do and to see near Woodland Park, CO.
Stay a few days and check out all that Pike National Forest has to offer, explore the Dinosaur Resource Center, and shop and dine on Main Street. Located just 18 miles northwest of Colorado Springs, consider making Woodland Park your home base for your adventure in the Pikes Peak region, or just book a night or two in the woods. Here are 10 great places to stay in and near Woodland Park, CO.
Eagle Fire Lodge and Cabins
The Eagle Fire Lodge and Cabins is a popular choice for visitors with kids, as it is located near the Dinosaur Resource Center. It is also near all the shops and restaurants in downtown Woodland Park.
Eagle Fire Lodge and Cabins is located right on Highway 24 in Woodland Park. You could easily walk to the Dinosaur Resource Center and all the shops and restaurants located in downtown Woodland Park. This property offers a variety of lodging options. There are cabins, condo-style suites with two bedrooms, standard rooms, luxury suites, and many units with kitchens or kitchenettes.
Whether looking for a romantic getaway for two or a place for the whole family to stay, there are options here. The suites have a cozy feel with tasteful lodge style furniture and accents. Take advantage of the free breakfast, free parking, hot tub, and WiFi. Dogs are also allowed if you are bringing one along.
Located on Highway 67, the Bristlecone Lodge is a popular lodge choice for outdoor lovers. They also offer free breakfast and grills.
Bristlecone Lodge is located on Highway 67 in Woodland Park. It is in an area in the woods where it is just a few minutes to downtown Woodland Park in one direction and a few minutes to Pike National Forest in the other direction. It is a great choice if you would like to experience both downtown and the outdoors.
There are a variety of units available and the Bristlecone Lodge would be great for a couple or a family. Choose from a one-bedroom that sleeps four or a two-bedroom that sleeps six. The larger units have a full kitchen and a private yard and the smaller units have a kitchenette. All who stay here can take advantage of televisions in the units, WiFi, linens, towels, robes, a central hot tub, free breakfast, a fire pit, and grills. There are also four tiny homes available to stay in.
Woodland Park Country Lodge
A traditional-looking building in the area is the Woodland Park Country Lodge. It offers a business center, an indoor heated swimming pool along with a hot tub, and other large rooms for special occasions.
Woodland Park Country Lodge is a more traditional lodging option in town. It is family owned and operated and offers rooms with either one king bed or two queen beds. Other amenities include WiFi, a business center, and an indoor heated swimming pool and hot tub. This hotel also offers large meetings rooms for business meetings, retreats, parties, or other social occasions.
Some rooms include really nice views with decks, so ask for that if it is important to you. A pub is located on-site and there is a really nice patio where you can sit outside and enjoy the mountain views. Pets are also allowed in select rooms and guests can enjoy a continental breakfast before heading out for the day.
Pikes Peak Paradise Bed and Breakfast
A starry bright night sky taken from the road on the way to Pikes Peak Paradise Bed and Breakfast. The surrounding’s views around the property are absolutely stunning.
I know that this picture is not of Pikes Peak Paradise Bed and Breakfast, but it was taken from the road on the way there. This place is truly a retreat in the woods, but not far from town. There are six rooms available, all uniquely decorated. The rooms have private balconies and the views of Pikes Peak and Pike National Forest are really gorgeous.
Find rooms for up to six guests. Breakfast is served from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. and includes such dishes as organic black cherry buckwheat buttermilk waffles, Quiché, bacon, smoked salmon, and much more. Eat in the bistro-style setting or consider an in-room breakfast. Complimentary wine and desserts are also available in the evening.
Located just five miles away from downtown Woodland Park sits the Edgewood Inn, known for its stunning surrounding views. It is a perfect place for a Romantic proposal or wedding venue.
The Edgewood Inn is a lovely spot to stay and also a nice venue to consider for an unforgettable mountain wedding. It is located about five miles away from downtown Woodland Park in the woods with nice views of Pikes Peak. There are five rooms available, each nicely decorated. Enjoy modern and contemporary options, the log cabin bedroom that will make you feel like you are back in the 1800s, or something in between.
Amenities include a family-style breakfast, WiFi, fireplace, an on-site movie theater that seats 12, a dance floor, geothermal heating, and chances to view wildlife and the stars from the deck and surrounding trails. Keep to yourself in your room or head to the common area to play a board game with the family. The Edgewood Inn has won many awards and has exceptional guest reviews.
Woodland Inn Bed and Breakfast
The Woodland Inn Bed and Breakfast is popular for their koi pond. Guests can also have a delicious breakfast on the property’s patio.
The Woodland Inn Bed and Breakfast is located on the southern end of Woodland Park just up the hill from the Swiss Chalet restaurant. Innkeepers Frank and Susan Gray offer a unique and peaceful lodging experience to guests. You can even schedule a private pottery lesson from Frank.
There is a koi pond on the property, and guests are invited to enjoy a tasty breakfast in the dining room or on the patio. The kitchen and a grill are also available to guests to prepare lunches or dinner. There are seven rooms available, all with private baths. This bed and breakfast also has very good reviews and offers reasonable rates.
Triple B Ranch
The Triple B Ranch is a classic western-style spot offering packages such as seven nights with breakfast, dinner, and access to amenities like swimming pool, game room, and horseback riding.
Enjoy a Western-style adventure at Triple B Ranch. Located three miles from downtown off of Highway 67 on a dirt road, there are many options available to guests. Rent a cabin and enjoy the amenities of the ranch, or choose from an all-inclusive ranch vacation package.
This package is available for four or seven nights and includes breakfast and dinner, lodging in a cabin, access to the swimming pool, hot tub, weight room, game room, and unlimited horseback riding. Other amenities on the ranch include a petting zoo, arts and crafts, hayrides, hiking, volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, and more. Many families come back here every year and enjoy the memories made on the ranch.
Pikes Peak Resort
Pikes Peak Resort is best known as the place to stay in the woods. It is set almost deep in the woods that it is kinda hard to get cellphone coverage. The resort offers a romantic spot under the stunning sky. The property is also a wildlife-friendly, as it is often being visited by a fox, elk, coyotes, and even bears.
Pikes Peak Resort is located about 20 minutes outside of Woodland Park towards Deckers. If you are looking for a peaceful stay deep in the woods, this is it. The cell phone coverage is even spotty here. There are five cabins on the property ranging from one bedroom up to three bedrooms. Find a full kitchen in each cabin as well as WiFi and a secluded hot tub.
The resort spans 160 acres and is surrounded by the Pike National Forest. It is a great option for a romantic retreat or a place to spend quality time with the whole family. Bring your telescope along, the stars are big and bright from the resort, and the property is often visited by wildlife, including deer, coyotes, fox, elk, bear, and chipmunks.
The Outlook Lodge
The Outlook Lodge is a popular choice for visitors looking for great family suites. It offers an outdoor barbecue and firepit.
I included two lodging options in Green Mountain Falls, which is located five miles southeast of Woodland Park. If you are hoping to enjoy attractions in both Colorado Springs and the Woodland Park area, this could be a convenient home base. There are six rooms available at the Outlook Lodge, all with hardwood flooring, rustic and contemporary furnishings and decor, and private bathrooms.
There are standard rooms, deluxe rooms, and a family suite. The family suite includes three bedrooms, one with a queen bed and two bunk rooms. Amenities include WiFi, a full kitchen available to guests, a fire pit and outdoor barbecue, a fireplace, and a hot tub.
The Green Mountain Falls Lodge
Constructed over 100 years ago, the Green Mountain Falls Lodge was remodeled in 2015 and was modernized. It is a great place to stay in.
The Green Mountain Falls Lodge was built over 100 years ago and was recently fully refurbished. This makes it a fun place to stay, with the feel of being on the frontier, but with added modern amenities.
The remodel took place starting in 2015 and the family utilized as much reclaimed materials as possible. There are nine rooms available, many of which include Jacuzzi tubs. There is a deck that goes around three sides of the building, offering views of the surrounding mountains. There are many hiking trails and dining options in Green Mountain Falls, as well as a lovely park with a lake.
In addition to all of these lodging options, there are many properties and rooms listed on Airbnb, Homeaway, VRBO, and similar sites. I also wanted to mention that they are almost finished building a brand new Microtel Inn and Suites by Windham right next door to the Woodland Park Country Lodge in the downtown area. This will be another viable option for lodging when it opens soon.
Marie grew up in the Colorado Springs area, moved away as a young adult, and then moved back with her husband to raise their children. Marie and her family enjoy going up to Woodland Park often to go hiking, fishing, boating, camping, and to simply relish in the cool mountain air.