Lodging Reopens June 1st in Leadville and Twin Lakes, COMay 29, 2020
Summer is kicking off in the high country, and lodging is reopening in Leadville and Twin Lakes, Colorado!
As of June 1, 2020, lodging properties may reopen if they’ve received approval from Lake County Public Health Agency. This means that when you stay in Lake County, you can do so with confidence that your room meets careful and thoughtful guidelines for health and safety.
How We’re Keeping You Safe
Lodging properties are taking many health and safety measures, including these:
- Offering you hand sanitizer, face coverings, and disinfectant wipes on request.
- Thoroughly cleaning and disinfecting rooms and shared areas.
- Sanitizing everything from elevator buttons to room keys.
Learn more about our lodging’s health and safety measures.
Where to Stay
Now for the fun part—where to stay! Leadville and Twin Lakes, Colorado, offer all kinds of lodging.
- Choose a cabin in the woods for the ultimate Colorado mountain experience.
- Rent a vacation home in town or on a quiet patch of land just for you and your family.
- To tap into the area’s Silver Rush vibe, reserve a room in a cozy B&B or historic inn in Leadville or on the shores of Twin Lakes.
- Or book a space in a hotel, motel, or hostel within walking distance of the many amenities in downtown Leadville.
What to Do
Anywhere you choose to stay, you’ll have easy access to
- Things to do outdoors, like hiking, biking, fishing, and golfing that have social distancing built in.
- Historic attractions with outside tours that give you the flavor of this legendary mining area plus cool, fresh air. The Leadville train and Matchless Mine are already open, and more attractions are opening soon.
- Delicious take-out meals and dine-in options at our restaurants.
You can easily escape the crowds in our small towns and local shops. Here, you’re more than just a number. We’ll care for you carefully as we navigate these challenging times together.
Show Leadville & Twin Lakes Love
Please follow these four easy guidelines to show your love for our genuine mountain towns–and help keep everyone safe.
- Keep 6′ away from anyone not in your party.
- Wash your hands often and well.
- Wear a face covering in public, especially inside.
- Reschedule your stay if you are sick; our cancellation policies are especially flexible during this time.
Thank you for helping us keep everyone healthy.
Come See Us, Safely!
We hope you’ll plan an escape to North America’s highest-elevation city and some of Colorado’s largest glacial lakes.
Here, you can soak in the solace of the great outdoors and live life on another level. Book your stay today!