This forested site is located on a seasonal creek 2 miles from Nederland, Colorado. The site includes a glamping treehouse that sleeps 4 guests, an enclosed trampoline, and space for an additional tent. The property backs up to endless Boulder County trails and backcountry access to Indian Peaks Wilderness area. The treehouse is in a creek bed in close proximity to a beauti
This forested site is located on a seasonal creek 2 miles from Nederland, Colorado. The site includes a glamping treehouse that sleeps 4 guests, an enclosed trampoline, and space for an additional tent. The property backs up to endless Boulder County trails and backcountry access to Indian Peaks Wilderness area. The treehouse is in a creek bed in close proximity to a beautiful tipi on the property. There are 2 ladders to access this quaint resting place so guests must be adventurous and agile. Children must be 6 or older to stay in the treehouse. NO DOGS ALLOWED on this site! Endless hiking, biking, and mountain fun activities.
- Check in: After 2PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Meet and greet
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 18 months out
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at Sherwood Creek Quaint Treehouse in Colorado.
Places to see near Sherwood Creek Camp and Glamp
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The cabin was cozy and has a fun design. Amy was an excellent host and made sure all of our needs were met. You could see lots of stars! there were also plenty of trails and interesting minerals close to camp.
Play all day! not to miss magic
Magical little corner of the mountains. Perfect for kiddos. Our 6 year old was in heaven bouncing on the trampoline and climbing up and down the ladders to her top bunk bed in the tree house. Gorgous hiking paths all around and a phenomenal fire pit to hang around with friends and cook. Amy was an amazing host and made everything so easy and kind. Plus wild raspberries galore! Highly recommend! Be careful with directions as we took a Google maps led route and it was tough — super tough — on our front wheel drive car for a few turns. Probably less hard if you take the route suggested by the host before your stay begins.
I stayed at the treehouse for 5 nights. It was the perfect getaway after dropping my daughter off at CU. Although it’s not secluded by itself, it feels like it is, as it’s nestled in the creek bed. Trails to Mud Lake and Caribou Ranch are accessible without having to jump in the car. The spring water was delicious. Amy was very responsive and checked in to make sure we were warm enough. I could have stayed much longer!
What a fun place to stay! Treehouse was perfect for our family of four, bonus with the trampoline for the kids to enjoy. Host was very nice and accommodating. Also a perk to hike on their land a bit. We’d come back again!
The treehouse was cozy and fun in a little wooded site with a fire pit, picnic table, and a trampoline. You are definitely camping at someone's home; there was a lot of activity and vehicles around. The camp dog is a sweetie who will gladly clean up your dropped food and she will keep you safe from critters at night. A Porto potty and potable water is provided.
There are no activities at the site, but it's a quick drive to Nederland and nearby outdoor activities.
Unique forest adventure
The treehouse was an adventure to thrill our teenagers. It’s small, as a treehouse should be, but we fit fine. There’s a spot for a tent as well, a trampoline and picnic table. It’s all in the woods and will definitely be a memory for years to come.
Excellent time at the treehouse!
This was a terrific, very peaceful spot! We had a great time here with two kids. There is a lot to explore right by the site, and lots to do in and around Ned. Amy was a wonderful host with lots of good ideas for what might be fun for our kids.
The treehouse is fantastic, rustic, and a great respite from a tent(!). It would sleep up to four, but would be better if one or two of those are kids. The trampoline was a ton of fun. There is a teepee, also offered on HipCamp, just a few meters away (but still feeling somewhat isolated). Would be fun to reserve them both and travel with another family next time. The “babbling brook” was such great white noise at night (very early July), but we gather it will be mostly/all dried up by August.
Caribou Ranch is 5 minutes away— but closed until July 1 annually. So beautiful. Ned is also very close (8-10 minutes). The Knotted Root brewery had live music the weekend we were there. Crosscut, a pizza spot, is well-worth a visit.
Keep an eye out for Nuka, Kim’s husky(?). She is so sweet; our kids— who are a little dog-shy— loved her. We had a wonderful time and will definitely aim to be back!!