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Exhilarating Adventure in Colorado 2019

Experience Colorado During the July 4th Celebration

It’s little wonder why Colorado is considered the best destination for tourists and recreational enthusiasts. The nature, recreation, tourist venues, and the incredible views for awestruck visitors on endless 14,000 foot mountains lends to Colorado’s iconic status for epic adventure.

A vacation to this region makes a lot of sense. You’ll enjoy more unique and invigorating experiences for your travel dollar including those near all these quaint cities below.

Start the Tour of Colorado’s Big Adventure

NAA Apartmentalize

NAA Apartmentalize was held June 25th to 28th in Denver CO and next year, it will be held in Boston, MA.   The ManageCasa team was delighted to take part in the NAA Expo/Conference and meet our current customers and prospective new customers.

We’ve learned from the attendence stats that property management companies bring their whole staff to the event. That’s a superb way to bring the team together.  So we wanted to remind everyone of what a rare event the Denver Apartmentalize Expo was.

Hiking at the Garden of the Gods in Colorado Springs

Big Event: Apartmentalize in Denver. Learn more about Apartmentalize, and don’t forget to register via ManageCasa and receive a $25 discount. Then you can visit with us at the booth for a full demo of our amazingly simple apartment management software. Make sure you try the FREE trial!

Exploring Colorado’s Breathtaking Beauty

While you’re here in the Denver region, you might want to explore the city of Denver or the region West into the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Incredible mountain scenery is not far away. It is a special joy to experience mountain life, breath fresh mountain air, and be captured by fantastic alpine vistas.

This area sees an explosion of visitors during the summer, particularly the time around July 4th. Independence Day is just after the Apartmentalize show. There’s a big celebration in Vail you might like, yet each community will hold celebrations and events on July 4th.

Colorado Rockies – Packed with Excitement

The region west of Denver has so many towns and spectacular vacation spots that you, your staff, or your family will have endless things to do. Stay for a extra few days and linger in experiences you’ll never forget. The views, fresh air, and cuisine make for an invigorating life experience.

Boulder Colorado is the biggest city in the region and perhaps the biggest draw with the most activities. However Breckenridge, Aspen, Telluride, and Colorado Springs are very beautiful towns. Great opportunity for your management team to bond and share some amazing experiences as a group.

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Want to see more of what Boulder’s restaurants offer?

Bon Appetit magazine called Boulder “America’s Foodiest City” and Food & Wine named Pearl Street one of the “10 best foodie streets in America.” — from

If food and drink describe your best vacation experience, then a visit to Boulder might be a good idea. There’s restaurants with views here, and you’ll get a full selection of Colorado inspired meals.

See more in the Boulder Colorado visitor’s guide

Colorado Springs — America’s Best City?

And Colorado Springs to the south shouldn’t be overlooked. People visit here to see the Garden of the Gods, to hike, and to drive up Pike’s Peak (altitude 14,100 feet) to see incredible views of surroundings land and lakes. I’ll be cycling on this road so please give me some room. The descent should be exhilarating!

Do you love hiking? Check out Devil’s head. Reminds me of Mt Rushmore.

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Mt Princeton offers hot springs and a 400 waterslide making it an especially relaxing destination. A hot springs day pass is only $40.

Beautiful Breckenridge

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Breckenridge is another hot spot for vacationers. This quaint town offers plenty of mountain biking, hiking (nearby hikable 14,000 foot mountain, zip lining, shopping, and relaxing ski resorts where you can soak in hot tubs and swim in heated pools. The skiiers are gone for the summer and the recreation enthusiasts move in.

A short drive from Breckenridge, you’ll find world class white water rafting and zip lining. Try ATVing for something way out of the ordinary.

Breckenridge will be holding its annual arts festival on July 4th simultaneously with the Independence Day parade and fireworks display.

One adventure many visitors rave about is the Royal Gorge train tour and walking the 1000 foot high suspension bridge. Find out more about that on the website.

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Aspen is another famous and quaint ski village that promises more unique shopping and dining experiences. See the contemporary art exhibits including paintings, sculptures, and multimedia exhibits at the Aspen Art Museum,

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Telluride Wine Festival

Telluride sits in a mountainous canyon at an altitude of 8700 feet. This is what gives the town its spectacular ambience. You can take the free gondola to its sister town, Mountain Village.

World famous Bridal Veil Falls, a 365 foot high spectacle is in Teluride. The world’s best small town sits among towering snow covered peaks. Visitors can enjoy shopping and be immersed in the frequent music and sunset concert series held throughout the summer.

The Telluride Wine Festival is held the last week of June. Very relaxing for those who want to chill out. See more at

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Vail in the Summer

100 miles into the Rocky Mountains from Denver is a hot destination for winter skiiers and can be a great summertime vacation spot too.

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I’ll be heading to Vail for Vail America Days, the perfect picturesque setting to watch America celebrate. From the parade to Dallas Symphony Orchestra concert to the evening’s fireworks display, should be a fun day . Check out the Day’s schedule right here.

Denver’s Top Attractions

Last but not least are the attractions of Denver itself. Let’s start with a stroll down the 16th Street Mall. It’s a good walk. This pedestrian is a tree-lined, pedestrian promenade replete with outdoor cafes, historic office buildings, glass-walled skyscrapers, shops, restaurants and retail stores. Plenty of water fountains and buskers should keep you rejuvenated for the full walk.

Enjoy free concerts held in City Park, catch a Colorado Rockies baseball game at Coors Field, see more than 70,000 works of art at the Denver Art Museum  and stroll though the 23 acre Denver Botanic Gardens.

There’s a lot more in Denver and area than you can fit into a one week vacation, but at least you’ll have this extensive list of fun attractions above and below, and events to enjoy.


Have a productive and fun trip to Denver and the Apartmentalize Expo and Convention — one of the very best property management trade shows in the US. A once in a lifetime experience for property management professionals.

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