If you’re looking to get away from the city without a long drive, this is the perfect place. A gorgeous primative area to camp, enjoy the view, stars and wildlife. A quick drive with an amazing mountain feel. Set up camp down in the ridge and enjoy the view up above!
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Simply Shaanti in Colorado.
The vibe at Simply Shaanti
Places to see near Rajul R.’s Land
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What an amazing camping experience!
We stayed on Rajul’s beautiful land for two nights. The location is easy to find and less than ten minutes from the interstate and downtown. We loved the views and the room we had to relax!
Rajul is an amazing host. She met us at our arrival and showed us her land. She showed us the best level spots to set up our camper. She also recommended places to eat downtown which was one of the best parts of the stay. We ate pizza downtown and walked around Castle Rock.
This was our first Hipcamp experience and it could not have gone better. We highly recommend camping at Rajul’s property!
Wonderful host and site
This site was incredible! It was my first time ever booking a site on hipcamp, and I was impressed by every aspect of it. The views were beautiful, the land was well-kept, and there was a superb gulch that made for an excellent early-morning hike! Would recommend this host and land anytime!
Scenic and safe on the front range
Rajul's place was a lifesaver when we were traveling through Colorado and needed a place to pitch our tent for the night. It was a last-minute arrangement, but we heard back from her right away. She and her family just happened to be out there camping that same night, and she met us at the driveway after we somehow missed the sign marking the property. It's just a few miles off the interstate as the crow flies, but there's a bit of winding and turns through some very nice residential neighborhoods. It's in the country, but not nearly as remote as it seems.
This was our first time tent camping in Colorado, and we were unprepared for the wild wind and extremely dry, crunchy grass. It did make us realize that we need a different sort of tent for those conditions! It was very scenic though, and the sunset over the Rockies was gorgeous. There's a small canyon on the property which you need to be sure not to drive into. I believe she said we could set our tent up down there somewhere to get out of the wind, but we chose to set up on high ground near our van so we could pack up and leave more easily before dawn.
We kept our little dogs on short leashes and scanned the area with our flashlights while we walked them. Coyotes howled in the distance, but we didn't see any. We did see deer walking around in the canyon, which wasn't surprising given there were droppings around our campsite. We woke up to the smell of smoke that had drifted in from the wildfires further west. (Sadly, not the best time to be traveling through the state...)
It was a nice, safe and scenic place to camp, we highly recommend it!