Wake up to the sounds of birds chirping and the wind tickling the trees in this secluded cozy trailer. Just ten minutes from Nederland, which boasts the best pizza spot in all of Colorado, you'll feel like you've found your own private oasis. You might spot a fox or even a moose during your stay! During the warmer months enjoy the sounds of the creek trickling down the prope
Wake up to the sounds of birds chirping and the wind tickling the trees in this secluded cozy trailer. Just ten minutes from Nederland, which boasts the best pizza spot in all of Colorado, you'll feel like you've found your own private oasis. You might spot a fox or even a moose during your stay! During the warmer months enjoy the sounds of the creek trickling down the property and explore to find multiple ponds amongst our lush Aspen and Pine forest.
**As the trailer can only accommodate two and we do have the option to add more guests, any additional guests will need to pitch a tent to stay here!
- Check in: After 4PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 15% off
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 80%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Hobbit Home in the Aspens in Colorado.
The vibe at Hobbit Home in the Aspens
Places to see near Aspen Grove Campground
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Just what we needed
What a phenomenal host couple and site location! We loved our opportunities to get to know them, learn about their favorite hikes and spots to explore, and used their advice to make our weekend special. The hobbit home was cozy and clean. We loved building a fire and cooking right outside our door after a long day hiking. Thank you both, and we hope to be back again!
Great site & host, weird neighbors!
I have mixed feelings about leaving this review because I know it might sway some people not to stay here and I truly loved the camper, the location, and the hosts could not have been kinder or more accommodating. The site itself was above average and very sweet. However, around 4:30am a man watched me pee outside and yelled at me from within the woods (where there was no house), leading both me and my boyfriend to be petrified and leave the site as soon as the sun came out. The host said she had no idea who this could be, and that it was likely a trespasser. I leave this review only because if I was going to stay here and this happened to somebody else at the site, I would be upset if that person didn’t inform me.
This felt more like squatting rather than camping. The camper is located on an upper tier ‘grove’ of a mobile home site strewn with abandoned vehicles., patrolled by stray dogs (some aggressive) right below a driveway that kicks dirt and rocks down when cars drive by.
We made camp at dusk, setting in for a night among the stars. The site’s trees obscure much of the view, so we went wandering for an open space, but we’re rebuffed by the first and least friendly of the stray dogs we’d encounter. Back at the campsite, we started a fire only to retreat to the camper due to the dirt plumes and another stray dog - who’d again be barking at our door at first light.
The checkin was easy (although done by a neighboring camper), host was responsive via the app, and actual camper is nice and comfortable, but the overall experience wasn’t relaxing or positive.
Clean and well kept small trailer
The small trailer was a nice touch which kept the two of us very warm and comfortable for the night. The trailer and our grounds area were very clean and well kept, including the fire pit. I did expect it to be a little more private but it’s still a great alternative if you want to get away from a busy public campground. It’s up a trail in the host’s backyard and just off the visible main road, and we did not have any other tent/trailer neighbors. Both nights were very quiet and calm and we felt reasonably safe there with just a few cars passing by, and a rare pedestrian on the road through the day. As much as I love animals I was not the biggest fan of the three separate adult dogs that came to our site looking for food in the mornings. Two did not have collars. They were not territorial, barking/growling or aggressive towards us, or grab food out of my hands, but I’m reasonably cautious about free roaming dogs with no owners in sight. I still recommend this host, especially if you’re wanting to visit Golden Canyon Park.
Roughing it a bit more than expecte
The teardrop itself is pretty much what we were looking for, though the area had some issues. The trailer is about 75 yds up a path through the woods and across a private driveway, so it is inconvenient to lug a cooler, campstove and food up and down the hill, especially since you need to bear-proof overnight and there is no bear locker at the site. When we were there, the shower was only enclosed on three sides and open to other campsites on the fourth, and the property looked like a construction site, with half-completed projects scattered about. It did give us a chance to try sleeping in a teardrop for a low price, so the overall experience was ok.