About Camp Cherished-Camp for a Cause
Camp for a Cause! 100% of every camping spot reserved is a donation for ShesCHERIshed. Help us with this mission by camping with us! You can expect trees, privacy, and peaceful quiet land to relax, with beautiful views (in certain areas) of Chatfield Reservoir, the Rocky Mountains, and more! Only 15 minutes to 'town' where there's a gas station (to purchase firewood), a great pizza place, Piezanos, and the famous Bud's Bar (with amazing burgers) if you don't feel like cooking while camping. Enjoy privacy camping, yet still close to Rampart Range, the town of Sedalia or Castle Rock for convenience. Or head to Deckers, and the South Platte River for Fishing! (ShesCHERIshed is a 501(c)(3) non-profit ministry. This is a smoke, drug, and drunk free campsite. Thank you! Blessings!)
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 2
- Accessible by: Drive
- Accommodation: Tent Only
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict (30 Days)
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: None
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
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My friends and I drove to Camp Cherished for a night away from the stress of college. It was so incredibly peaceful and rejuvenating, and we had a blast exploring the property, hanging out at the campfire, and cooking dinner outside. The host, Natalie, met up with us to show us around the property and explain the purpose of the camp. She was so welcoming and hospitable, and she sent her sons to set up a table for us to use. Natalie is opening her land to campers as a way to fundraise for her non-profit organization, She’s CHERIshed, which aims to aid survivors of domestic violence. Natalie will be building a sanctuary for women that have been abused, and 100% of the proceeds of camping will go towards this project.
Staying at Camp Cherished was exactly what my friends and I needed after a long week of midterms, and we were amazed that such a beautiful place was just a short drive from Denver. Definitely bring a hammock and keep your eyes open for the deer!