Vacation Rentals and Corporate Housing in Colorado Springs
Are you looking to rent a furnished home all utilities included? Our vacation rentals in Colorado Springs are the perfect answer. Single family residences also make great corporate housing in Colorado Springs. Priced competetively, why stay in a hotel when you can relax in a home instead!
A small security deposit and signed lease is required to reserve a time slot for our vacation rentals in Colorado Springs. Rental rates are for up to the number of specified occupants. Additional charges apply for more people. Corporate customers should call to discuss rates and availability for terms longer than three months. Utilities are provided as part of the rental (Gas, electric, water, sewer, internet and cable TV in the living rooms)
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To make reservations and check availability for our vacation rental in Colorado Springs, please use the calendar below.
By making a reservation, you are agreeing to the Short Term Lease agreement, whether or not you sign it. Please take time to review the agreement, initial each page in the indicated area and sign the last page. You may fax to (888)876-5982 or email the agreement back to us when you receive your check in email or bring it with you at check in. Thank you and enjoy your stay.
When you check out, you may pay by Credit card, debit card or Paypal. Select Paypal as the payment type. If paying by credit card, Select Pay by debit/credit card as a Paypal guest when you get to the Paypal login screen. You may also book your stay by calling our office directly.
Things to do and see in Colorado Springs
While staying at Stockton May Holdings furnished vacation rental home in Colorado Springs, be sure to enjoy some of the activities listed below. There are several popular events throughout the year, such as the Colorado Balloon Classic every Labor day, Air Force Graduation at the end of May, Colorado Springs Oktoberfest, Spring Spree (June), St Patricks Day Parade, Pikes Peak Internaltional Hill Climb (June), Pikes Peak or Bust Rodeo (July) and Emma Croford Coffin Race and Parade (October).
Air Force Academy
Cave of the Winds
City of Colorado Springs
Cheyenne Mountain Zoo
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center Colorado Springs Pioneer Museum
Cripple Creek and Victor Narrow Guage Railway
Flying W Ranch
Garden of The Gods
The Garden of The Gods is a must see! The park is free. Try to visit around sunrise or sunset for the most magnificent colors. Here are a few pictures of the park
You get a great view of the entire park and Pikes Peak at the top of the mesa just east of the park. Go North on 30th Street from the park enrance and turn right onto Mesa Road. This view was taken from the parking lot on the right side at the top of the hill.
You can get great sunrise pictures as you walk thru the park in the early morning.
Be sure to stand in the center of this rock circle and face west towards Pikes Peak. When you speak, you will hear your voice echo.
More inspiring sights and delicately balnced rocks
Look closely and you might see some climbers
This is a beautiful walk, even in winter (and a little less crowded)
Be sure to walk around the perimiter trail close to the park entrance to see some great overall views of the formations.
Iron Springs Melodrama TheatreManitou Cliff Dwellings
Miramont Castle Museum
Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine
North Pole/Santa's workshop
Paint Mines Park in near Calhan
This park can be found by driving East on highway 24 from Colorado Springs about 25 miles to Calhan. Turn right in town towards the County Fairgrounds and then left on Paint Mines Road just past the fairgrounds. Follow the road a mile to the park. The sandstone formations are very colorful at sunrise and sunset. It can be hot in the park during summer but it is worth the trip if you have the time. The trail is about 3 miles total if you do the entire park loop. If you only go to the formations, it is about a mile walk. There are a couple dirt parking lots and the trail is marked.
The formations have a variety of white, pink and orange colorations.
As you enter the formations, there are trails that lead you thru the formations canyon. Stay on the trail.
Wildflowers can be found growing amongst the formations.
Erosion forms narrow openings in the sandstone that you can walk into but be careful.
This white formation can be seen walking down the hill from the South parking lot.
There are lots of nice wildflowers in spring and early summer.
Take time to enjoy the beauty of the park.
Hike early in the morning or late afternoon in summer to avoid the heat.
Pikes Peak Cog Railway
The cog railway is a great trip but be prepared for the 14000 foot elevation. The air is thin and it is much cooler at the top. Drink lots of water to help with the altitude.
You start your trip just above Manitou Springs. The aspen trees are beautiful in the fall.
There is a lot of beautiful scenery along the way. This lake appears on the left side of the train as you are going up the mountain.
When you get above the treeline, you will see this structure at windy point. This is at 12,129 feet above sea level.
Gorgeous views of the Rockies.
You can see an active gold mine towards Cripple Creek, to the West.
As you near the summit, you will see a panoramic view of Colorado Springs.
End of the line!
Loading platform at the summit
Looking North from the summit
Colorado Springs view from the summit
You may see other trains or maintenance crews following you on busy days.
Rock Ledge Ranch Historic Site
Seven Falls Waterfall
UCCSWestern Museum of Mining and Industry
Weather for Colorado Springs
Hiking trails around Colorado Springscospringstrails.com
One of our favorite hiking trails is Trail 16, located off of Gold Camp Road.
If you hike in the winter, be prepared for ice. The scenery is beautiful. This ice flow shot was taken on the dirt road that heads west from the intersection of Gold Camp Road and Bear Creek. It is on the left as you hike up the dirt road. The trail cuts off the right side of the road after about a 10 minute hike. Look for other people headed there, as it is not well marked, but a lot of people hike there so just ask someone or take a GPS map with you. The hike will take 2-3 hours for experienced hikers and is about 6 miles long. It is strenuous at some points but well worth it. The easiest route is to go up the dirt road I mentioned earlier. If you are more ambitious, hike from 2nd parking lot East of Bear Creek on Gold camp. This is the steeper uphill climb.
View of Colorado Springs as you hike up the mountain.
This huge boulder is about the halfway point of the 6 mile hike.
Plenty of great views along the trail.
View of Garden of the Gods as you go down the mountain.
In Spring and Summer, you will see wildflowers when the rains are falling regularly. Once it gets hot and dry, they disappear.
More nice flowers
Pine cones in spring are a deep red color.
Lots of nice wildflowers in spring.