This factory outlet mall is so large it could apply for statehood. Just 30 minutes north of Colorado Springs, right off of ... More
Castle Rock Outlet Mall
This factory outlet mall is so large it could apply for statehood. Just 30 minutes north of Colorado Springs, right off of Interstate 25, it is a true tourist attraction, which can be attested by its bus parking spaces. Over 100 shops cluster in the mall's village-like architecture and include everything from toy stores to women's wear. Levis, Ann Taylor, the Gap, Reebok, Calvin Klein and Eddie Bauer are some of the big name shops. A large food court and numerous rest rooms add to the shopping convenience.
We visited on a beautiful day in June 2009. The Coach outlet was my personal favorite, but all of the stores had good sales and bargains. One thing I noticed was that were greeted in every store. The salespeople at Castle Rock were very friendly! We enjoyed our day of shopping in beautiful Colorado.
I like the selection of stores. There are plenty of different shops to choose from. It's hard to hit them all in one day. So that means you get to make another shopping trip. Almost every store has clearance racks. You can find some outstanding deals. I enjoy the outdoor atmosphere.
Like most outlet malls, this has the advantage of having a Rocky Mountain view. Other than that, the lack of restrooms, and the fact that almost everything is seconds or returned and "reconditioned"...not much new or interesting here. The other outlet in Loveland, CO does have a better selection.
Too bad the Sony store closed there.
Large outdoor mall with few bathrooms. Good variety of stores, but the merchandise appeared to be either seconds, or outdated. If Im buying seconds- I expect a much better discount than what was available. There seems to be a large turnover in stores and I noticed several empty retail spaces which indicated that other shoppers must feel the same as I do or the retailers wouldn't be leaving.
Nice size, nice selection of stores, does not tire you out like the huge indoor outlets you find in Denver and Dallas. This one is well worth the trip. Why would you want to be indoors, YOUR IN COLORADO. It's beautiful 80% of the year, shop and enjoy the beatiful weather and mountains.
The outlet mall is not that big. Maybe as big as a regular mall and it's all outdoors. Which for half the year means COLD! They do have a nice area for kiddie rides on a train and a decent, but crowded, food court. Sometimes you can get a good deal but prices are mostly just the same as those in the regular stores. Selection is okay but not great. I don't like driving 30 miles out of town for a soso outlet mall. It's not worth the gas. Might as well go the rest of the way into Denver, get a better deal, and have more fun things to do.
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