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Fort Collins, Colorado, has wide open roads, beautiful buildings, and minimal traffic. All of these attributes make it a very fun place indeed to get behind the wheel.

If you want to get around town comfortably, as well as head outside the city boundaries to explore nearby destinations such as Denver or the stunning Rocky Mountains, renting a car is your best option. There are a few different car rental companies to choose from in central Fort Collins, as well as several additional options located in the regional airport and the larger Denver airport. Orbitz can help find the perfect deal for you.

Fort Collins and beyond: Three destinations by car

One of the great things about Fort Collins is that it’s an excellent base for discovering the wider region. Here are three areas to discover by car.

Historic District

The Old Town Historic District is one of the most appealing parts of Fort Collins. Drive by the 1800s houses, or park up and visit the local shops and restaurants.

More than 20 buildings are National Historic Landmarks, preserved to give a sense of what life was like for early settlers. Nearby, visit the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, where you can learn about science through hands-on activities.

Journey time: Around 10 minutes from anywhere in town

Distance: A few miles from most places in town


Colorado’s capital city has a thriving arts scene, great breweries, and a large zoo. Visit the Denver Art Museum, which has a large and impressive indigenous works collection. Then stop at one of the many local breweries, or visit Titanic survivor Molly Brown’s mansion. You can also visit the historic center or the state capital for a bit of history, or spend a day at the zoo.

Journey time: Around 1.5 hours

Distance: Approximately 65 miles

Estes Park

Head into the mountains with a trip to Estes Park, home to Rocky Mountain National Park. Explore the mountains through numerous hiking trails, or head into the downtown area for restaurants with striking views. The famous Stanley Hotel is also worth a stop, and the drive along Trail Ridge Road is not only gorgeous, but offers a wealth of wildlife viewing opportunities.

Journey time: Around 1.25 hours

Distance: Approximately 43 miles