Family Vacations at Mojito Creek
All together, but with space to spread out! Mojito Creek is the family retreat you’ve been longing for with something for everyone! Space to sleep 18, two fully equipped kitchens, and three bathrooms is just the start of why Mojito Creek is right for you and yours! Stay on property and enjoy over an acre and half of the best Colorado has to offer, including a flowing creek right in the front yard! Spend time at the 18 foot dinning room table, play board games, do a puzzle, or just gather for family meals with seating for everyone!
If you are looking for outdoor fun, no matter the season, Mojito Creek has plenty to choose from! Nestled between Arapahoe National Forest, Roosevelt National Forest and Golden Gate Canyon State Park you will get your fill of the Great Outdoors! Hiking trails, fishing, wildlife and more. In the winter make time to hit the slopes of Eldora or Winter Park, right up the plowed road! Need to soak after a day on the slopes? Head over to the Gilpin County Recreation Center Pool, five minutes down the road, or take a scenic drive to Idaho Springs and spend time in the natural hot springs or in a mud bath.
Missing the nightlife and need a little city fix? Fifteen minutes down the road is the land of riches where casinos and gaming are in full swing! The Central City/ Black Hawk National Historic District which flourished during the mining boom has since been converted into a collection of casinos. While they are smaller, they have more casinos than Atlantic City, New Jersey! Some of the larger casinos offer live music and great restaurants, a perfect night out!
Need something a little more kid friendly, the town of Nederland is just minutes from Mojito Creek and has a collection of small shops, coffee houses and ice cream parlors. A must see attraction is the hand carved Carousel of Happiness, at only one dollar a ride it’s the perfect treat for all ages!
Black Hawk might be small in size, but it is loaded with places to go and things to see… if you can tear yourself away from Mojito Creek that is!