Georgetown is your gateway to the Rocky Mountains in the winter. Whether you’re headed to ski stunning peaks, or looking for a cozy, Christmas retreat, Georgetown is the perfect place to pull off of I-70.
For two weekends every December, the historic town of Georgetown transforms into a bustling Christmas scene reminiscent of holidays long ago. Adorned with lights, greenery and a blanket of snow, you will find roasted chestnuts, holiday shopping, horse-drawn wagon rides, and other magical sights and smells. Carolers in Victorian costumes, dancers, and other family entertainment provide memorable performances.
Only 30 minutes up I-70 from Denver, Georgetown is the best place to set up basecamp for your winter adventures. Whether you’re looking for a more affordable lodging option, or a quick snack on your way to the slopes, Georgetown has got you covered.
Situated 20 to 40 mins from Loveland, Arapahoe Basin, Keystone and Winter Park, you’ll have easy access to any of your favorite resorts.
Don’t care for lift lines? Georgetown is situated just below the closed resort and backcountry haven Geneva Basin.
Step back in time, and explore a more vintage side of Colorado during the most picturesque time of year. Whether you’re staying for the day or for the week, you may just want to stay forever once you’ve experienced the decorated downtown and quaint shops.