Originally a ranching community, the town of Eagle still has so much heritage which is still evident as you drive through town. Thirty minutes west of the slopes of Vail and Beaver Creek, is this charming town of Eagle with an authentic mountain town feel.
Eagle boasts world-class outdoor recreation. Over 100 Miles of mountain biking (Click here for more about Eagle Trails) , fly-fishing, horseback riding, off-road motorized trails, hunting, and camping and hiking a short drive away.
The charming town of Eagle Ranch offers neighbors a convenient, family-friendly community you can walk or bike-ride away from restaurants, shops, Golfing, movie theater, brewery and various community services in downtown Eagle and Eagle Ranch.
Take a drive up Brush Creek Road toward Sylvan Lake State Park or Yeoman Park, where adventurers can explore hiking and biking trails, paddleboard or fish on the lake, or head into the town of Fulford and the infamous Fulford Cave.
Eagle is at an elevation of 6,601’ slightly lower and often milder than up valley.
Only 20 minutes to Arrowhead and 30 minutes to Vail and 10 minutes to the Eagle County Regional Airport.
The town’s events schedule seems to grow each year. Every Thursday evening in the summer is Sow Downtown sponsored by the Vail Valley Foundation, there is a New Eagle River Park, Yoga festivals, Eagle Flight Days (a tradition is for the firetrucks cool off the crowds of parade watchers with fire hoses as the last float rolls by), Christmas on Broadway and the Eagle County Fair and Rodeo.
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