The land borders Pikes National Forest (area 58) and is a quick drive away from San Isabel and Cimarron National Forest. Close to lakes and hot springs.
- Check in: After 12PM
- Check out: Before 11AM
- Cancellation policy: Moderate
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 2 nights
- Accepts bookings: 12 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
Natural features you'll find at TLC Acres in Colorado.
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Very desolate and amazing.
Naomi was a Great host. The views from their land are breathtaking. The kids absolutely loved it. Make sure to use the Coordinance provided before you leave. You will loose cell service on your way there but get it back once you arrive. I have Sprint as a carrier & another camper had Verizon and there phone worked the whole time we were there.
Beautiful, just you and the cows. Dispersed camping was a little challenging, as it was hard to find a spot. There isn't a ton of tree coverage, and definitely bring a shovel so you can deal with the cow patties.
Talk about away from it ALL!
Not another two legged soul in sight.
We had, what felt like, the world to ourselves except for the antelope playing on the hill across from us, the cows to the west of us and the coyotes howling, sometimes seemingly, all around us at night. We had clear skies so the universe opened up above us and we sat in awe realizing how small we really are. We would love to come back!
Oh and we saw a donkey.
Dark night and bright sky
This is the site for you if you like solitude, darkness, quiet nights, and stars galore. The very few nearest pinpoints of light from civilization were probably 10 miles away on the distant horizon, whereas there were a zillion pinpoints of light straddling the Milky Way. The breeze was a little chilly, but it is September, and it was a nice change from Denver's record heat. Bring your hiking shoes, and keep your eyes open for coyotes and eagles. My wife attended a Zoom meeting parked at the top of the hill near the fire pit, as the cell service was good from there. Naomi, the host, provided excellent detailed information before we arrived, making our visit well prepared and comfortable. Drive up slow around the hill to avoid unexpected rocks, then enjoy the extreme quiet and solitude!
Thank you naomi!
We had a beautiful weekend of camping at Naomi’s property! Make sure that you try to arrive before dark so that the campsites are easy to find! I would recommend campsite #2 as it’s more protected from the wind!
Lovely experience, in the middle of nowhere. Unlike any other place I've stayed.. it was like being the last two people on earth. Spectacular views. We followed the GPS point, and it took us right to the spot although it was hard to tell exactly where to setup camp. Our instructions were site #3, and when we got to the GPS point, nothing obvious stood out. We backtracked to get cell service and on the second time in noticed a hill on the right with tire tracks that led up to a single tree. FOUND IT! Definitely be prepared to move cow pattys out of the way, but there was a lovely spot we chose under the trees, protected from the wind. It's a very long drive on a road that is best for high clearance vehicles/AWD. I bottomed out or hit rocks a couple of times in my Nissan Versa (not helpful in Colorado), but it was worth it. You do get cell service at the top of the hill, once you're up there. You are about 1.5 hours away from Buena Vista, but it's really not too bad of a drive to get into town and hit a hot spring. We hope to stay here again.