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Price and Availability Index for Fort Morgan
Holiday Letting Price Information in Fort Morgan
The price graph will give you the nightly price average for the upcoming months. Prices reach their highest point in June, when prices are an average of £311 a night (15/06 - 22/06). Prices decrease during one week of November (30/11 - 07/12), when average prices are £150.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Fort Morgan
Check out the graph above to find out how many holiday rentals are available in Fort Morgan (in %). The week with the highest booking rate is in June (22/06 - 29/06). Only 16 of the rentals are still available. Conversely, 87% of the lettings are still available during a week in October (26/10 - 02/11).
The Weather in Fort Morgan
Check out the climate diagram for Fort Morgan. In June, maximum temperatures climb above 31°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 5° in January. The rainiest month is June, while the driest month is October.
Experience historic Fort Morgan with a holiday home
Stunning State Parks, fascinating history and exceptional golf courses are some of the key attractions found in Fort Morgan. Originally a ranching community, it was the home of famed swing-era musician Glenn Miller during his high school days, and today has a laid-back and welcoming charm.
Escapades and adventures for kids
Take the kids to get a taste of rancher life at Lloyd Cox Cutting Horses, where they can feed and pet the majestic creatures.
Children can discover their inner naturalist at Jackson Lake State Park, spotting amazing animals such as coyotes, eagles, rough-legged hawks and deer. Why not challenge them to a photography competition to see who can get the best snap of one of these animals?
For a holiday experience you're unlikely to forget, witness the beauty of Colorado's plains from above. Skydive Empire is a reliable operator, offering you the best views over Fort Morgan and across Colorado. Experts guide you through skydiving techniques, putting you at ease before you embark on an adrenaline-filled tandem jump that will give you the skydiving bug.
To encounter breathtaking and alien landscapes, make the scenic two and a half hour drive to Colorado Springs, situated at the eastern foot of the Rocky Mountains. Explore the aptly-named Garden of the Gods Park, with its monolithic red sandstone formations, or ride the cog railroad up to the glacier carved Pike's Peak.
Attractions in Fort Morgan
Fort Morgan Museum
Learn about Fort Morgan's history at this great museum, which features fascinating exhibits including photographs, letters and Native American artifacts. You'll also find an area devoted to the much-loved big band leader, Glenn Miller.
An architectural gem, Rainbow Bridge's arches span the Platte River. Dating back to 1922, this elegant structure overlooks the city park, which has a community pool, softball courts and a children's playground, all of which offer great views of the bridge.
Visitors flock to this area of astounding beauty in almost as many numbers as the migratory birds that nest in the shoreline trees. Located within 2,411-acre Jackson Lake State Park, the reservoir is perfect for swimming, boating and fishing, while its beach is rated amongst the best park beaches in the country.
Sherman Street National Historic District
Located in the heart of Fort Morgan, this street is famous for its four 18th and 19th c. mansions that have been occupied by important figures from the region. Admire the distinctive architecture as you uncover the street's history, learning about the grand buildings and their former inhabitants.
Quail Dunes Golf Course
This stunning 18-hole, par 72 course challenges golfers of all skill levels. 57 acres of the course are natural land, home to eagles, deer, pheasant and coyotes, as well as quail of course.
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