Colorado Resort Adventure Guide


A historic town located at the base of 14,110 foot Pikes Peak. This Victorian village offers year round activities for the whole family. The scenic wonders of the region are world famous, but so are the attractions, accommodations, shopping, dining, and galleries in and near Manitou Springs

. Make your visit to Manitou Springs the starting point for area attractions: Air Force Academy, Cave of the Winds, Cheyenne Mt. Zoo, Florissant Fossil Beds, Ghost Town Museum, Miramont and Glen Erie Castles, Pikes Peak Cog railway, Pro Rodeo Hall of Fame, Royal Gorge Bridge, Santa's Workshop, Seven Falls, U.S. Olympic Training Center, Buckskin Joe Park and Railway, Manitou Cliff Dwellings, Cripple Creek gambling, hiking, mtn. biking, whitewater rafting, and more.

The Garden of the Gods Park provides spectacular views of beautiful red rock formations and is a Registered National Natural Landmark.

Since the late 1800's Manitou Springs has been known as the place for working artist studios and art lovers. Manitou continues this fine tradition, with an variety of art and performances. Fine art, theatre, music, galleries, local crafts, street performers, outdoor sculpture, art events and festivals.

So come visit Manitou Springs a Victorian town and a national Historic District at the foot of Pikes Peak and near the Garden of the Gods Park. You won't want to miss the wealth of entertainment, adventure, and non-stop recreational possibilities the Pikes Peak region and Manitou Springs has to offer.