Visit Downtown Eagle
Downtown Eagle is rich in history for the Eagle River Valley. It contains most of the oldest buildings, some dating back to the late 1800s. Currently the oldest building in Downtown is old Town Hall built in 1903. It was the first brick structure and was used for the Eagle Club Saloon. It went through numerous businesses since then and became the town hall building in 1977.
There are numerous information plaques all around downtown, provided by the Eagle County Historical Society, with fun historical facts. Check out the map at the corner of Broadway and 3rd Street.
Downtown Eagle is located just off the I-70 highway at exit 147. Just head south through a few round-a-bouts and you’ll find the Broadway obelisk off Grand Ave.
You can also fly into Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE) which is just five miles from Downtown!
The closest hotels are the Best Western and Green Tree Extended Stay. Just over the highway is the Comfort Inn and Eagle River lodge.
Did you know that the Eco Eagle Valley Bike trail goes right through Downtown Eagle?
You can ride your bike from Aspen, past Vail and all the way to Frisco if you’re crazy enough. 😛
Free public parking
There is free public parking on all streets in downtown and at town park.
Broadway Street is 2-hour parking.