- The list below includes 128 free or cheap things to do in or near Georgetown, Colorado, including 98 different types of inexpensive activities like Art Gallery, History Museums, Specialty Museums and Train Tours.
- From Guanella Pass to City Park, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Georgetown and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Idaho Springs, Frisco, Evergreen and Dillon.
Visitors can view a collection of works that includes pieces from award winning artists at Georgetown Gallery. Their collection features watercolors, pastels, and oil paintings that depict a variety of subjects including western scenes, landscapes, and florals.
Tucked in the mountains, Mount Evans Trout Fishing offers visitors a scenic pond for catching rainbow trout. Any fish caught in the pond are cleaned by the staff so the visitor can take their catch home.
St. Mary's Glacier is reached through a moderately difficult upward hike which in turn, passes around a scenic lake and progresses forward up to the glacier where one can enjoy the panoramic views of the surroundings and a variety of snow sports.
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431 Chicago Creek Rd., Idaho Springs, CO 80452 MoreLess Info
Arkansas Valley Adventures offers guided whitewater rafting trips, from beginner to advanced levels, on Clear Creek river. Their recently built outpost provides many amenities including wetsuits, jackets and more.
Located in the Mount Evans Wilderness, Mount Bierstadt is a 14,065 foot summit on the front range of the Colorado Rocky Mountains. Views of local wildlife are featured along with a direct overlook of the mountain range.
A & A Historical Trails is a horseback riding stable. Guests can learn to ride a horse or participate in pony rides, horse rental, horseback rides, pack trips, hunting horses and Rocky Mountain trail horse riding.
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188 Alpes Hill Rd, Idaho Springs, CO 80452 MoreLess Info
A&A Historical Trails Stables - Day Tours is a horseback riding stable that offers both guided and unguided trail rides. The trail rides included trips to old 1800s cemeteries, Colorado Casinos, and gold mines.