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Slice of Heaven
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50 reviews
· Woodland Park, Colorado
16 acres
4 sites
4 Tent
This property was the old Holiday Hills Ski Area Operation Dates: 1965 - 1971 Facilities: A-Frame Lodge; Rentals; Ski Patrol; Ski School Lifts: 3 tows; 1 Platter (stats: built 1964 by Poma 1760' long, 280' vertical, capacity 550 people/hour) Runs: 9 total; some names included "Chicken Alley, Leapin' Lena, and Nim-a-go-go" History: This area was owned by Harlan Nimrod and hosted an average of 350 skiers per day.  The area never had much vertical or snowfall when compared to neighboring hills.  The area can be found near the town of Divide, just outside of Woodland Park.  The area is on a hill to the west of Pikes Peak. The lifts were removed in the early 1990's and the lodge is now a private residence.
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Woodland Park, Colorado, United StatesTo respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
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Hosted by Myron D.Joined in May 2021
97%
63 Ratings · 50 reviews
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Danielle H.recommends
September 19, 2022
Site 4 - Mountains and Hills
Site #4: TOP of the Mountain!
We LOVED this campsite! We chose Site #4 because the photos were beautiful — and it was stunningly beautiful! Picturesque Aspen trees, if felt very very secluded, and the chipmunks were so fun to watch. The stars were BREATHTAKING, we were overjoyed with how many we could see. Wildlife-wise, we saw deer, a local and very friendly orange mountain cat, chipmunks, tons of birds, and lots and lots of bees. We even found a quartz crystal on the mountain Myron told us to keep our eyes out for. A warning on Site #4 — it is at the TOP of the property, and a solid 5-10 minute hike UP, hauling all of your gear. Cars are kept down below, as is your food. We camped with 2 kids, and we simply have a lot of STUFF we had to haul up and down. We will choose Site #3 or Site #2 in the future, however, Site #4 was the most secluded! We could not see the neighbors from our campsite, and our little Prius made it just fine to the parking spots. Directions were clear and Myron kindly met us upon arrival and gave us a friendly run down of the property.
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David L.recommends
September 11, 2022
Site 3 - Mountains and Hills
Great spot with a lot of land to walk around on. A short but steep hike to camp, so be prepared and don't try to lug anything too heavy up the hill.
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Ronni E.recommends
September 6, 2022
Site 2 - Mountains and Hills
Great place to camp with pups!
Enjoyed a girl's camping weekend with the pups. There is a lot of space between sites making it a nice, private get away. It is a good hike to site 2: next time we'll pack lighter :-). Having a picnic table was helpful and the space allowed for a tenting area closer to the pond. The pups loved the pond and the space to run around. And we enjoyed cocktails on the paddle boat. We had a great time and will plan a return trip!
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Dan K.recommends
August 18, 2022
Site 3 - Mountains and Hills
I camped at campsite 3 for one night and had a good time. There is a picnic table at each campsite, and there are several areas where you can pitch your tent. There is also a nice view of Pike’s Peak from the property.
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David F.recommends
August 7, 2022
Site 3 - Mountains and Hills
Well worth it
Home away from home. Great hosts!
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Michelle G.recommends
August 7, 2022
Site 2 - Mountains and Hills
Super clean, super beautiful, mushrooms everywhere. No mosquitos (August) and my campsite was flat in several spots for tents. Not rocky. Beauty tall aspen trees. Private enough but not the most private. Safe for me to camp solo and I'm a woman.
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