Come stay in Campy, our retro 60's style "canned ham". Camping without the hassle. A cozy bed, electricity, gas stove with oven, running water, electric fridge! Almost all the comforts of home. Our "bathhouse" features a composting toilet and solar shower. Plan your daily activities over a cup of coffee on the on the shaded deck in the morning and star watch with a cocktail in front of the outdoor wood burning stove after a hard day of hiking or biking! You will be away from it all and also within easy driving distance of Aspen night life and Whole Foods shopping. Don't bring anything but your clothes and food, we provide the rest.
- Listing type: Private
- No. of sites: 1
- Accessibility: Park at listing
- Accommodation provided: RV or Trailer
- Check in after: 2PM
- Check out before: 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Super Strict
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out
- Response time: Within 6 hours
- Response rate: 75%
The vibe at Campy
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Staying at Campy was wonderful! The drive into Campy was lovely, with amazing views of Mt. Sopris. This vintage trailer is adorable, and very well stocked with kitchen essentials, linens, outdoor fireplace + firewood, etc. Candace lives just up the hill and was very helpful + welcoming throughout my stay. Campy feels very private and secluded, nestled along the edge of the forest. There is an electric fence which provides some added protection from wildlife and surrounds the entire outdoor living space, Campy and the outdoor toilet/shower. I actually saw a black bear while hiking, but slept like a baby knowing the electric fencing was in place. I hiked right from Campy + thru Candace's yard, up a trail that connected to a forest service road to White River National Forest and a few alpine lakes. Seeing the bear along this road was no doubt exciting, but was also a good reminder to stay alert, safe and prepared in bear country. You can drive directly to Dinkle Lake for kayaking, paddle boarding, lake side picnics, or park and hike to the more secluded Thomas Lakes. All in all, I really enjoyed my time at Campy and will be back!