Secluded tent camping spot located in wooded area along the Upper Moon Gulch Stream. Heavy moose traffic in the area, so be on the lookout. Borders the National Forest for limitless exploration opportunities. Not 420 friendly, no generators, loud music or drunkenness (i.e. not a party spot).
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 12PM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Peak-to-Peak Pitstop Site 2 in Colorado.
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The site was nice overall. The stream was calming at night and there is a table and a fire pit nearby which was convenient. However, isn't as private as we had expected. It was still in the view of the house and the camper. We had a two person tent and there was a clearing wide enough for it. If you have a bigger tent, it probably wouldn't fit the same spot. The clearing was also at an angle which isn't that much of a problem on drier nights, except that it had rained hard the two nights we were there, so we had some water flow on our tent tarp.
Pros: The driving directions are accurate and easy to follow. The property is secluded yet close to town if you need to run down for essentials. The stream running through the woods creates a very serene and pretty setting. The camping sites are far enough from each other to provide plenty of privacy.
Cons: Communications with our host was spotty at best (Soloman was out of town and away from cell service). The different camp sites are not well marked and the directions given to each site are essentially the same, leading to confusion. The host was out of town, leaving all of the parties to figure things out on our own, wasting close to 4 hours of daylight (which are essential when setting up camp) until one of the parties was finally able to reach him. Site 2 was not well maintained and overgrown (nothing like the photos at this point). We had two adults, a teenage and two toddlers. Though the site is advertised for 5 people, I would not recommend it for more than 2. Two tents could not fit with enough clearance from the fire pit. This site needs serious clearing and marking to be enjoyable with a family. Site 1 is definitely the way to go.