Denver December 07, 2016
10 Main Streets Surrounding Denver That Are Pure Magic During Christmastime
We just can’t get enough of that holiday cheer, and the time has come to stroll, sip, shop, and play in the snow in these charming towns with the best Christmas Main Streets near Denver. Whether you’re looking for an outdoor adventure or a little outing from the Mile High City, these mirth-filled wonderlands will have you mesmerized.
1. Manitou Springs
Ride the Pikes Peak Rail, wander the Garden of the Gods, then stroll the historic streets of Manitou Springs for shopping, dining, and more.
2. Fort Collins
Downtown Fort Collins and its quaint Old Town Square are transformed into a brightly lit winter wonderland during the holiday season and are eagerly awaiting your arrival.
3. Estes Park
What could be better than cowboys, wagon rides, and Christmas in the Rockies?
4. Steamboat Springs
How about throwing in a little skiing, snow tubing, sleigh rides, and more in the rustically charming ski town of Steamboat Springs? Giddy up, partners!
5. Crested Butte
The former mining town of Crested Butte was founded in 1880 and is now considered "the last great Colorado ski town." Ski, shop, sip, and dine to your heart's content!
Downtown Boulder and its festive pedestrian drag are sheer perfection for a leisurely date night and a bit of holiday shopping and light peeping.
We've said it once, and we'll say it again, Olde Golden Christmas is simply the best!
Historic Georgetown is the definition of magic and wonder during the holiday season.
Nestled in the heart of Summit County just over an hour from Denver is the grossly underrated town of Frisco, which boasts loads of great restaurants, shops, and more.
Roaming the Main Street of this picturesque ski town is like living in a real live snow globe. Go Breck, and you'll never go back!
For festive fun right here in town, check out
Denver Botanic Garden’s enchanting Blossoms of Light!