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Cabin in Red Feather Lakes
Historic cabin with private lakes & hiking trails
This cozy fully restored 1800s cabin is placed on a beautiful 600+ acre ranch surrounded by national forest. The rock outcroppings, pristine lakes, meadows & pine forests will take your breath away as you escape from Colorados busy tourist areas. You can look forward to a beautiful fireplace ( some wood included!), amazing antique fridge & stove and a stone shower. The perfect cabin to regroup, relax & take in a little piece of Colorado's history. All photos above were taken here on the ranch!
$207 per night
Cabin in Red Feather Lakes
Escape to River Song Refuge~ N. Fork Poudre River!
LARIMER COUNTY VACATION HOME RENTAL approval number: 21-ZONE3126 Nestled in the alpine forest, on the banks of the N. Fork of the Cache la Poudre River in Red Feather Lakes, CO~our guests experience a total immersion in nature. Our unique cheerfully-decorated cabin sits 75 ft from the river, with covered deck, & showcases stunning nature views of the N. Fork of the Cache la Poudre River, >200 ft of river front property plus a Nature Path by the River for hiking & private access to Forest!
$144 per night
Cabin in Red Feather Lakes
Red Berry Retreat
Red Berry Retreat is a very cozy, perfect getaway for everyone. Enjoy snuggling on the couch to a movie, explore the outdoors or enjoy the variety of game options in the game room. There is a little bit of everything for any individual. Bring the whole family including your fur baby. Located about 30min west of Red Feather Lakes in the Crystal Lakes community.
$200 per night

Stay near Red Feather Lakes's top sights

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Beaver Meadows Resort Ranch17 locals recommend
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Potbelly Restaurant & Lounge17 locals recommend
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Red Feather Super3 locals recommend
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Red Feather Trading Post7 locals recommend
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The Golf Club At Fox Acres4 locals recommend
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Mount Margaret Trailhead4 locals recommend

Red Feather Lakes vacation rentals

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Hiawatha Hideout in beautiful Red Feather Lakes,CO
$136 per night
Cabin in Red Feather Lakes
Peaceful cabin with room for the family
$220 per night
Home in Red Feather Lakes
Escape to Black Bear Hollow~Secluded~Pet Friendly!
$133 per night
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NEW! Cozy Red Feather Lakes Retreat w/ Deck & Yard
$153 per night
Farm stay in Red Feather Lakes
Private House on 400+ Acres w/ 3 lakes to Explore
$232 per night
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Marr's Mountain Cabins - Cabin 3
$179 per night
Home in Red Feather Lakes
Downtown Red Feather Stay - Bluejay B&B
$170 per night
Cabin in Estes Park
Historic 1br downtown cabin with hot tub and views
$95 per night
Cabin in Red Feather Lakes
Marr's Mountain Cabins - Cabin 6
$196 per night
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Hummingbird Cabin with Glamping Tent + Hot Tub
$250 per night
Home in Red Feather Lakes
Lakefront House w/ Grill in Fox Acres Mtn Resort!
$223 per night
Cabin in Estes Park
Cabin, views, private hot tub, hike into Natl Park
$131 per night

Your guide to Red Feather Lakes

Welcome to Red Feather Lakes

This rustic mountain town nestled in the sprawling Roosevelt National Forest was named for Cherokee Chief Redfeather, who apparently was drawn to these stunning mountain lakes by a higher power. By the 1920s developers had pinpointed Red Feather Lakes as a picturesque mountain retreat and created lodging areas and leisure activities. The place lured vacationers, and still does, but it has remained an under-the-radar gem amongst Colorado’s mountain towns.

Red Feather Lakes is a decidedly homey place with a single post office, a few well-stocked stores, and hearty diners enrobed in the majestic acreage of the forest and perched near the wild and scenic Cache La Poudre River, which winds through steep canyons and past impressive rock formations. During the summer visitors hike in the surrounding wilderness, go boating and fishing in alpine lakes, set out on whitewater rafting trips, and cozy up in their cabin at night. In the winter there’s cross-country skiing and tubing at the local ski resort. After long days exploring the outdoors, you can soak in the small-town atmosphere, which includes Elf Lane — a stretch of road that residents have decorated with an army of gnome figurines.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Red Feather Lakes?

Mild alpine summers, numerous lakes, verdant forests, and a lively river mean summer is high season in Red Feather Lakes. Visitors flock to the town during the hottest months for hiking, fishing, whitewater river rafting, and horseback riding. Summer thunderstorms are common, so plan ahead for possible cloudbursts. The remaining seasons are sedate, and offer opportunities for a true vacation idyll away from big crowds. In the winter, the place is transformed by snowfall, and there are plenty of opportunities for cold weather recreation, such as snowshoeing or cross-country skiing.

What are the top things to do in Red Feather Lakes?

Robinson Homestead Cabin Museum

Explore the rugged day-to-day life of the family who built this little log cabin in the 1880s. The structure, restored by the local historical society, includes the original details such as the floors and doors, and is decorated as it would have been when it was occupied, with a wood-fired stove, oil lamps, and an antique sewing machine.

The Great Stupa of Dharmakaya

Located at the Shambhala Mountain Center, a Zen retreat about a 20-minute drive from town, is one of the most remarkable examples of Buddhist architecture in the United States. This ornate 108-foot-tall stupa — a spherical structure built for meditation — took 13 years to construct. Capped with a golden spire, it’s an impressive site to behold.

Roosevelt National Forest

Essentially the backyard of Red Feather Lakes, this expansive 800,000-acre wilderness is home to fragrant stands of pines, aspens, and even willows. Owls, bluebirds, and magpies are just a few of its winged residents, and jackrabbits, bighorn sheep, and bobcats roam the forest. Outdoor recreation opportunities abound, as well as stunning vistas, some best viewed from the many scenic roads that crisscross the park.