In the Heart of the Colorado Rocky Moutains, between Aspen and Vail, Glenwood Canyon Resort is located right on Interstate 70, just minutes from downtown Glenwood Springs, the world famous Hot Springs Pool, and the very popular Hanging Lake Trail.
Central to some of the best skiing in the country, and located on the Glenwood Springs Bike Trail and the Colorado River, the resort is open year around for your event, wedding, and of course, seasonal pleasures.
On site, we also have a number of Colorado Outdoor Adventures planned for you and your group. If colorado whitewater rafting, colorado zipline courses, climbing walls or biking tours, among many other activities, strike your group's fancy, then you have chosen the right place for your special event!
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1 Reviews for Glenwood Canyon Resort
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P · Married on 07/08/2017
Absolutely the worst RV experience we have ever had. My family and I were traveling home to Georgia from Alaska and looked up RV resorts through Colorado. We found Glenwood Canyon RV resort and made reservations to stay the night. The website was well designed and it made the RV "Resort" truly look like a resort. They had zip lining, a rock wall, a ropes course, a resturant, and bar. All on site. We made the reservation and after mentioning my teacup yorkie and two children the price jumped up to $94.00. Now keep in mind we thought we made reservations at a "resort" so the extra 5 charge for the dog and extra 7.00 each for the two kids still seemed fair. After all you pay more for resorts because of the extra amenities and activities. We literally were so excited about getting there that we cut our trip through Arches National Park super short just so we could hurry and get there and let the kids have fun. We arrived at 4:00 pm. Check in was at 2:00 pm so we figured we still had plenty of fun to be had because the office didn't close until 10:00. After checking in and going to our site we plugged in and took our bikes down. We rode down to the building where all the activities were done. It was literally around 4:25 pm by the time we got there. It looked pretty cool and my kids immediately wanted to do the zip line. The zip line consisted of 1 zip line going across the river then 1 coming back. After finding out it was 35.00 per person and that we had to do it with them so it would've cost our family of 4, $140 dollars for 2 short zip lines we weren't sure about it but still asked when we could do it. The man behind the counter said the next zip line activity starts at 6:00 pm and it was also the last one of the day. We then asked about the rock wall. The man said the rock wall was closed. We then asked about the ropes course. Closed as well. We were shocked! It was a Saturday at 4:30 pm in the middle of July. Why was everything closed. I remembered askingSent on 07/14/2017