Hipcamp host Alexander  P.,
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Setup your tent and enjoy the joy of outdoor camping with all the amenities of a beautiful luxury lodge style property. We have a kitchen, bathrooms, wifi and showers you can access inside. Outside, enjoy beauty of luxury of Colorado countryside just 20 minutes from downtown Denver. You'll love your time here.

Campsite area
Bring your own tents, vans and truck campers
2 sites
Up to 4 guests per site
Walk to listing
Wheelchair access
Toilet available
Pets allowed
Fire ban in effect
Potable water available
Kitchen available
Showers available
Picnic table available
Wifi available
Bins available
Laundry present
Camping vehicle details
No electrical hookup
No water hookup
No sewage hookup
No TV hookup
Generators not allowed
Have a question? Send Alexander a message!
  • Check in: After 2PM
  • Check out: Before 12PM
  • Cancellation policy: Flexible
  • On arrival: Meet and greet
  • Minimum nights: 1 night
  • Accepts bookings: 12 months out

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2 Reviews

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Hipcamper Sandy

No communication

Sandy G.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
(Tent Space 2)
October 7th, 2021

I cannot recommend because I did not stay there. On the day of my reservation just 30 minutes a ay I called to get any kind of instructions and was told that they do not accept RV although my request had been accepted. So my complaint is about timely communication. But since I didn’t stay there I can not comment on the place itself nor the service provided.

Hipcamper Rose

Hipcamp or hostel? hmm.

Rose W.
has mixed feelings towards this listing.
(Tent space 1)
September 14th, 2021

Interesting stay. Felt like a hostel more than a hipcamp spot next to an Airbnb. Physically the spot was semiprivate, we pulled our popup camper down into the back driveway where there was electrical hookups and access through the lower garage to a bathroom in the house. The other hipcamp location looked like it was in the flat field to the left of the house. Big open space food if you had a bigger rig. Not a lot of shade except around the retainer wall that spiraled down to the garage. We were able to rig a tarp between the wall and our camper for extra sun shade. We were invited to pull our car out of the sun into the garage while we were there which helped on the 90-100° days this summer.

Inside we had access to a 1.8 million dollar housw that's for sale with good bones but bad maintenance. Lots of in and out Airbnb guests for rooms that looked half finished and lockless. I didn't feel safe leaving anything out and would suggest leaving all valuables locked up safely. The floors were barely swept or cleaned on the four days we were there and one of the guests left her chihuahua there unattended all day and let it pee on the floor wherever. They left a pee puddle in the lower lounge for days where we were being told we could bring our toddler inside to play in the ac that also went out after a few days there.

The property manager Chad was friendly enough, maybe to much so. Was inviting us to use the facilities and do some trade work and then retracted the offer after a small upsetting comment on one of the guests putting soapy hands in her ground beef while cooking and our professionally trained chef/ "Pops" trying to explain why everyone who ate after them got sick. We were invited to pay another night or leave after doing told we could stay three more days.

The other guests left soaps and towels and dishes all over. Their dinner dishes where still in the sink with their morning coffee mugs. No one seemed to care about masks and were smoking herb off the back porch socializing without a care for our toddler. They even had their bong out on the communal table with the herb shaped ashtray full. They had 3 bathrooms, possibly a fourth I never saw. Only two were readily accessible, and only one had a working shower for 10+ people. The shower room was frequently ill stocked and ran out of TP as we left with no hand towel available to dry with.

The house was beautiful where it was finished, the kitchen was a treat but the communal aspect needed better cleaning and maintenance with COVID precautions. Host wasted money on fancy espresso options instead of stocking kitchen basics. Pantry was largely junk food and quick sugar and the fridge quickly got over run by the in and out guests from all over the country.

Not sure the property manager was doing legal work on his construction projects, seemed like he was networking and looking for the next paying gig more than investing in the work he had before him. Not sure the owner was fully aware of how his space is being maintained.

Beautiful location, nice house, but strange people. Trump Desantis flag hanging out front. Patchy wifi. Construction everywhere. Left the garage cleaner than we were given it. Found pot containers in the downstairs lounge and the laundry room the first night we were there, and that was the last night we saw them clean the bathrooms.

Alexander P.’s Land
United States
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