High dessert prairie ground surrounded by views of majestic 14,345 feet high Mount Blanca and Sangre de Cristo Range. WIldlife abounds! Free range cows, wild horses, sandhill cranes. Five miles from Smith Reservoir for fishing and boating. Near historic sites, Great Sand Dunes National park and Preserve, hike, bike, climb, fish, hunt and RELAX!!
We are also 420 friendly.
- Check in: After 10AM
- Check out: Before 4PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
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Perfect views & warm welcome
I cannot say enough positive things about our camping experience here at this spot. Martha and Anders were the most kind and welcoming hosts. They did everything they could to make our stay amazing. We would come back 10x over to take in these epic views. Absolutely breathtaking. Words don’t do it Justice, you must stay here yourself to know the magic I’m talking about :)
Things to know
The scenery is beautiful. And Martha is a super sweet lady! We enjoyed our stay very much at her place and would recommend it to anyone who is driving through that area. A few surprises that we would have liked to be informed of: We used Google maps to her house and the road is not paved for a good distance to Martha‘s camp. Google wanted us to cross a closed bridge, which was a bit confusing but we followed the path to the right and we’re able to cross a different bridge. The given directions took us to a red house but Martha’s camp is a little past that. She was great with messaging us the rest of the details once we were close. The night we stayed was super windy. Not a problem for our truck tent but there was another camper in a ground tent that did not look like they faired well. Again, if you are familiar to the weather and road condition, you don’t even realize these few things but we were caught a little off guard. Still great place and we would recommend it for the view alone.