The East Vail Neighborhood
Just a few miles East of Vail Village, the East Vail Neighborhood offers a tranquil alpine setting perfect for those seeking to immerse themselves in the natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains. With lower development density than other parts of the valley, this neighborhood’s charm is rooted in the quiet solace of towering pines and Gore Creek, which flows through Vail Pass.
Homeowners in this neighborhood enjoy the best of both worlds: several bus stops are scattered throughout the neighborhood, making it a cinch to get into the town of Vail and Vail Mountain. A small grocery and liquor store in the neighborhood offers essential needs. Second home owners will be pleased to find that East Vail is the first exit off I-70 when traveling from Denver, making it easy to escape from city life. East Vail is perhaps the ideal location for outdoor adventurers. During the summer, take advantage of the paved bike path running through Vail Golf Course, easily access hiking paths of all skill levels, and take in the lush aspen trees, lodge pole pines and surrounding waterfalls that make this location so special. The Vail Racquet Club offers memberships for those who want access to a pool, spa, tennis courts and the fitness center. The warm weather attracts locals to Bighorn Park, where anyone can enjoy the playground, off-leash dog park, picnic tables, open field and pond. During the winter, take the bus to the Vail Ski Resort to experience the unrivaled skiing, snowboarding and snowy vistas for which Vail is famous, or visit “The Fang,” a popular ice-climbing waterfall.
Easy access to a plethora of activities in the winter and summer coupled with the privacy and quiet of the neighborhood make East Vail an ideal location for your new home.