This is a glamping tent with an awesome location and views. You will park at the cabin and then have a 3/4 mile hike into the site. Secluded privacy with portalet and hot water shower. You can arrange to have me load your gear, sleeping bag or blankets, food & beverage is all you need, by ATV or pack burro. Visit unusual domestic animals at cabin before or after camping. Lev
This is a glamping tent with an awesome location and views. You will park at the cabin and then have a 3/4 mile hike into the site. Secluded privacy with portalet and hot water shower. You can arrange to have me load your gear, sleeping bag or blankets, food & beverage is all you need, by ATV or pack burro. Visit unusual domestic animals at cabin before or after camping. Level spot by cabin for 1 travel trailer or pop up camper if you have 4wd and 1 camping site. OHV & hiking trails nearby
- 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
- Response time: Within 12 hours
- Response rate: 100%
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Great MTB trails and awesome road challenges.
Fly fish Clear Creek, Fish farm with BIG trout just up valley.
Trails galore! 14's, glacier trail, Continental Divide Trail and more!
Trails nearby on forest service land with access to some directly from property!
Have small beginner to intermediate bouldering terrain near glamping site, as well as US 6 Clear Creek Canyon cliffs nearby.
2 ski areas within 30 min. & 4 more within an hr., & 6 more within 90 min.!! CC trails nearby also!
Dozen rafting co. within 20 min. of ranch.
Many different birds and 4 legged animals frequent the surrounding mtns.
Natural features you'll find at Laughing Valley Ranch Glamping in Colorado.
Small cave and short mine dig as well as bouldering rocks below glamping site
Views and hikes from property or many nearby trails.
Idaho Hot Springs close by!
St. Mary's glacier and lake just 14 miles away! Echo lake and Summit lake on way to Mt. Evans. Currently highest paved road in US.
4 14ers close by! Evans & Bierstadt views from glamp site!
River, stream, or creek
Chicago Creek and Clear Creek within a mile. Where gold was 1st discovered in 1859! Fly fishing and rafting in season.
Can camp by cabin but expect some livestock noise! Llama, alpacas, goats, sheep, Highland cattle, mules, burros, dogs, & REINDEER!
4wd needed for trailers brought up! Accessible by 2wd in normal weather conditions.
The vibe at Laughing Valley Ranch Glamping
Places to see near William L.’s Land
If you stayed here and have some insider info for us, let us know!
This was one of my favourite Hipcamps! Upon arrival, William was warm and welcoming and offered us a tour of the ranch and animals, which was absolutely fascinating, William has so much love and knowledge for his animals, ( a lot of them are rescues ). We learnt a lot and were able to meet most of the burros, goats, horses and reindeer. After our tour, we loaded up one of the burros and headed up to our camp, which was a short walk up from the ranch.
at the end of the little hike, we were met with a beautiful campsite that had amazing views of Mount Evens and the surrounding valley. The wall tent is well kept and stocked with water, a cooler, a camp kitchen table and wood-burning stove. There was also a bathroom, and at the time we were there a shower that was in the process of getting installed.
As it was a little cooler we had the stove going and it kept us warm as we had dinner around the table and all through the night. In the morning, we went for a little hike to an old mine site which was beautiful and offered more views of the mountains and valley.
We had such a relaxing time at the camp, and the atmosphere is warm and welcoming if you are looking for a little getaway in the mountains. This is the spot!
Beautiful site and great hosts!
Our stay was great, the people who run the land are so helpful and brought us more wood and propane for keep the fire going. You are greeted near the animals and then you are able to use the donkeys or a Polaris razor to bring your things up to the campsite. Just note it’s a hike and you might not want to do it by foot unless you packed very light