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Your babymoon is a time to relax, remember, and dream about this new season of life together with your partner. However, from dietary constraints to pandemic restrictions, it can be hard to plan a babymoon that meets your pregnancy needs. Thankfully, there are plenty of incredible things to do in Colorado Springs that will not only give you time to relax but will also help you build memories during this precious time in your lives.
With soft, rolling trails, delicious food, and plenty of options for rest and rejuvenation, Colorado Springs is the perfect spot for your babymoon!
Check out our tips for things to do in Colorado Springs during your babymoon:
Colorado is known for scenic trails and stunning vistas, and Colorado Springs is one of the most popular places to experience the best this state has to offer.
With over 350 miles of hiking trails to explore, Colorado Springs has something for every activity level including light walks and rolling hills. For those looking for great views and a pregnancy-friendly challenge, we recommend checking out Garden of the Gods or North Cheyenne Cañon Park. Remember to bring plenty of water, sturdy shoes, and sunscreen!
While being pregnant can limit your options when eating (and drinking) out, this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be able to explore the exciting flavors of a new city. Your babymoon should be anything but stressful, and our food tours are the perfect way for expecting couples to explore the best restaurants in Colorado Springs without the worry of reservations or dietary restrictions.
Our food tours will give you a behind-the-scenes glimpse into the finest establishments in the city, provide you with a unique insight into local history, and leave you feeling full and satisfied!
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A babymoon should be all about rest and relaxation, and there’s no better way to do so than with a prenatal massage. Make sure to let your massage therapist know that you are expecting and ask that they are trained in prenatal massage techniques.
If you’re looking for an affordable, authentic Colorado experience, SunWater Spa is the perfect option. This mountainside, nature-centric spa is fit with mineral water pools at varying temperatures, yoga classes, and spa services — all looking out onto the town of Manitou Springs, just 15 minutes west of Colorado Springs.
If you’ve yet to take maternity photos, don’t waste a visit to one of the nation’s most scenic cities without booking a session with a local photographer. Maternity sessions in nature are the perfect way to capture this season of life and remember your trip to Colorado Springs!
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Colorado Springs may be known for its nature adventures, but it’s also full of culture to be explored! Check out one of Colorado Springs’ unique museums — from fine art to Olympic history, there’s something for everyone.
Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center – Located in Downtown Colorado Springs, the Fine Arts Center is home to interactive educational resources and world-renowned works of art.
The Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum – The Pioneer Museum has been exploring and preserving the history of Colorado Springs since 1896. This museum is perfect for history buffs and those interested in understanding more of the city’s unique past. And the best part is, it’s FREE!
United States Olympic and Paralympic Museum – Visit Colorado Springs’ new state-of-the-art museum and explore the history and impact of the United State’s Olympic teams, athletes, and victories!
What better way to remember this time of preparation and expectation than by buying a gift for the soon-to-arrive baby! Terra Verde in downtown Colorado Springs has a huge selection of baby toys, books, and clothing that will be sure to make you swoon. Here’s a tip: if you buy a book, write a letter inscription to your baby letting him or her know how much you already love them and are awaiting their arrival!
While you might be tempted to be on the go your entire visit to Colorado Springs, remember that this is your babymoon, so good rest is key! Picking the perfect hotel for your stay in Colorado Springs isn’t easy, but not for lack of options. This city is full of incredible options for your overnight stay — from luxury resorts to hip downtown accommodations.
Are you ready to book your babymoon to Colorado Springs? We hope this guide is helpful as you plan the perfect trip, full of exploration and relaxation!
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