Lodging in Eagle is comfortable and welcoming with six hotels, one bed & breakfast, and numerous Airbnb and VRBO rentals. Many of Eagle’s properties are nationally branded and recently renovated, with extensive amenities and pet-friendly options.

Comfort Inn – (970) 328-7878 | 285 Market Street, Eagle CO

Best Western Plus Eagle Lodge & Suites – (970) 328-6316 | 200 Loren Lane, Eagle CO

Hawthorn Suites by Wyndham – (970) 328-3000 | 315 Chambers Ave, Eagle CO

Eagle River Lodge – (970) 328-8088 | 75 Pond Road, Eagle CO

The Hitching Post Bed & Breakfast – (970) 328-7225 | 409 Washington Street

Vail, Beaver Creek, Edwards and Avon
These resort communities have a plethora of lodging options. Please utilize lodging websites such as Expedia, VRBO and AirBnB to see what is available.

If you’d rather sleep under the stars, Eagle offers its visitors extensive choices for outdoor lodging.

Eagle River-Gypsum Campground – Visitors who want to enjoy camping, picnicking, sightseeing, and wildlife viewing can access the river from the campground, which offers gravel roads with primitive walk in fishing and camping.

Eagle River – Wolcott Compground – This campground borders the steep slopes and cliffs up to 800 feet above the Eagle River, is at mid-level elevation and accessible year-round. Miles of colorful and rugged sandstone cliffs and canyons.

Fulford Cave Campgound – Located in a sparse stand of young aspen, spruce and fir, near an active beaver pond and East Brush Creek. 9,400 feet in elevation, nice views of Yeoman Park. It is about a 30-40 minute drive to Eagle. There is no cell service.

Sylvan Lake Campground – Nestled against a mountain backdrop, the campground at Sylvan Lake State Park is one of the most scenic spots in Colorado. Conveniently located 25 minutes southeast of Eagle. This campground is close to the race route. Please note that Sylvan Lake State Park is undergoing renovations.  Check ahead of time that camping is open and/or available.

Yeoman Park Campground – At an elevation of 9,000 ft, Yeoman Park campground is located on the edge of a wetland meadow near Brush Creek and is partly within a mature spruce forest. This campground is roughly a 30-40 minute drive to Eagle. There is no cell service.

Primitive Camping – Primitive camping is available in the White River National Forest and adjacent BLM lands. There are a few spots to squat up on Bellyache Rd and Hardscrabble Mountain Rd. Please utilize the existing camp sites and be sure to pack out what you pack in. Further to the west just off I-70 near Dotsero is Coffee Pot Rd. There are primitive camping areas all along this US Forest Service Rd.

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