Garden Of The Gods RV Resort
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TripAdvisor Reviews Garden Of The Gods RV Resort Colorado Springs
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The drive to Colorado Springs from Golden was only 80 miles, so it was a very easy travel day. Still a bit weary from all the travel and activity over the last month, we were both looking forward to spending 2 weeks in 1 location. Bill booked Garden of the Gods RV Park and it was a primo location with Pikes Peak, Manitou Springs and Garden of the …
... it was worth a try. There were of course very few crazy people like us on the mountain so it was quite nice as we were practically alone but it was freezing cold and very wet. We progressed up the mountain and found some wild turkeys and deer and birds but no serious wildlife. We did, however, see the fantastic clouds fall against the surrounding mountains. Stormy days are always so changing. You can stare at the same spot for a ...
... to head out to The Garden of the Gods park. When we arrived at the park, we found out that everyone else had the same idea - oh yeah it is Memorial Day weekend. We luckily found a place to park, and headed down the path around the rocks. We enjoyed the fresh air and the scenery, and hiked up one of the rocks, just wonderful views of the mountains and valley. After our walk we stopped in the Trading Post Store, and grabbed two pieces of their homemade buttercream fudge - oh man ...
... 8230; yum
We left the hotel at 7:15am MT heading north on I25 towards Colorado Springs, Colorado. Just outside the city limits we came across a hot air balloon festival… this brought back memories of our hot air balloon adventure last year in Taos, New Mexico.
We continued on our journey to Manitou Springs, Colorado. As we rode through this ...
... Springs, find Rocky and see if he'll sell me the chair. If he doesn't sell the chair, I'll be disappointed, but still satisfied that I had the chance to see it. We were definitely on an old school visit as our next experience was to meet Bill, the local glassblower. Bill demonstrated for us the art of glassblowing and shared stories of his decades long career at the store. His voice ...