Cabins near Castle Rock

Cabins dot the Rocky Mountain foothills near Castle Rock.

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Fisherman's Cabin

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Bailey, CO
Cozy, small, one room cabin and an outhouse with a sink, solar bag shower, and composting toilet. Propane heat and single burner for heating up some coffee or a snack. Large beautiful deck with fire-pit and grill and peaceful river sounds. forest views sits on 4 acres. Park right next to the cabin with a 4x4/AWD or 50ft away with any vehicle. The Fisherman’s Cabin, hosted by Huts and Hills, has a wild and unique history. Originally it was built by two professors from Berkeley College as an annual mountain campsite. They used to make the pilgrimage every year from California to Colorado to come relax in the wonderful forest of the Lost Acres National Park. At the turn of the century, the Denver Wheel Club used to have their headquarters right next to the river just down Insmont Dr. and hosted a big bike race every year. This was before there was even a road to the mountains, and the only real public access to these lands were via the train from Denver! Today the Fisherman's Cabin is just a hop, skip and a jump outside downtown Bailey, Colorado and close to many mountain passes like Guanella and Kenosha. There are local hiking, fishing, hunting, biking, and animal watching activities waiting to be experienced. Sleeps 2 plus invite up to 6 friends for camping and goodtimes! Please see the Fisherman's cabin site description for more information! * PROPANE FIRE PIT ONLY, NO FIRES ALLOWED  * THERE IS NO RUNNING WATER but there is a provided water bag for the sink / shower and at this time of year you must bring your own water! * THERE IS NO ELECTRICITY
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Lone Duck Campground and Cabins

64 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents10 acres · Cascade, CO
Lone Duck Campground sits just outside the city lights of Colorado Springs at the base of Pikes Peak, at an elevation of 7,600 feet. Our prime location puts us within a short distance of the many beautiful Colorado attractions. This makes us an ideal stop for families looking for a summer adventure or folks just passing through for a couple of days. We strive to make every stay a special experience. We know you will love it here at "the Duck"! Lone Duck Campground and Cabins is your stop for a memorable vacation in the Colorado Rockies. We have all the necessary amenities to make your stay a comfortable one. We offer tent sites, cabins, and RV sites. Make your reservation with us today and allow our family to treat yours!
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Cabin, RV & RV Site by Muller Park

3 sites · Lodging, RVs1 acre · Divide, CO
We are located only 4 miles to Muller State Park or the Wolf Wildlife Center and only 8 miles to Florresint National Park. Real quite here with lots of wildlife visitors including deer, foxes and an occasional bear. Close to world class fishing and hiking. Camp is stocked with firewood and coffee in the trailer. You just need your own bedding and towels. Great place for star gazing 🌛 Learn more about this land: RV sleeps 4 adults and 4 kids. Firewood included. Only 4 miles to Muller State Park and Colorado Wolf and Wildlife Center. 6 miles to Florissant Fossil Beds National Park. 5 miles to Pikes Peak National Forest off road area.
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Red Daisy Farm

2 sites · Lodging, RVs4 acres · Brighton, CO
Originally an 80 acre cattle ranch built by a gentleman from Iowa named Thomas Jefferson Rutherford. Now a charming, peaceful and beautiful 4 acre flower farm. On site, we also host a unique place to stay in our converted grain silos! We offer guests access to use of the hot tub and all natural, European swimming pond!
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Base Camp at Golden Gate Canyon

3 sites · Lodging3 acres · Black Hawk, CO
Superb glamping experience at the entrance of Golden Gate Canyon State Park. Best place for fall colors, base camp for all mountain adventures like hiking, climbing, mountain biking, and fishing. We have all the amentities you could ever ask for: including comfy beds, towels, clean showers, beers, smore's and outdoor games. Come see us! 
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Lake George Gulch

2 sites · Lodging40 acres · Florissant, CO
Come have free range on wide open 40 Acres! TWO CABINS AVAILABLE! ASK! Loft sleeping areas, gas cooktops, and sinks. These cabins are OFF-GRID and run entirely on solar energy. Waterless toilets.Walking distance to Spinney Mountain Reservoir and a short drive to trophy fishing at Antero, and Eleven mile, as well as the "Dream Stream". We have many available primitive tent sites and RV sites that are private or go ahead and make your own site if you find the perfect spot. Feel free to bring your machines as we have direct access to National Forests and BLM land.
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Cozy Tiny Mountain Log Cabin

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Coal Creek, CO
Our cozy tiny cabin sits on 2 acres in beautiful mountain scenery, just far enough from town to truly relax, being surrounded by wildlife and peace, but close enough to Denver metro area. Our tiny cabin has a lovely deck to sip your coffee and sauna plus to use after long day of hiking or skiing.
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Asha's Retreat

1 site · Lodging4 acres · Florissant, CO
Time to make a reservation for our beautiful spring season! The cottage is located on 4 acres, with orange flags marking the property lines. Our cabin is built near the camp site. The tiny cabin has a propane heater to make this a beautiful and cozy experience. It is a quiet and peaceful place located 25 minutes from Cripple Creek (if you like gambling) , and 45 minutes from Woodland Park where you can find restaurants, supermarkets, rock and gem shops and more attractions typical to a tourist town. A place to find peace, and nature with lots of wildlife, you may get a glimpse of a bear, mountain lion, fox, wild turkeys, deer, cayote. Enjoy the outdoor fireplace (weather permitting), watching a beautiful night sky, in a clear sky you can spot the Milky way and some star constellations. The place is surrounded by many tourist attractions. Gambling, hiking, biking, fishing, Florissant fossil bed with giant tree stumps, horseback riding, waterfalls, wolf and wildlife sanctuary, balloon rides, mining museums, our majestic Pikes Peak, Garden of the Gods, Royal Gorge bridge, Rio Grande train rides and more! If you like to shoot arrows bring your bow! Reiki healing sessions are available upon request as well as Reiki training by a Certified Reiki Master. Smoking is permitted outside when not under a fire ban. Hipcamper under 21 years old are welcome only under adult supervision. We recommend to bring your own towels and a flashlight since our lodging has an out side toilet. Please notice that we are no charging cleaning fee, to avoid the fee we encourage to leave the place as you found it. Feel free to reach out for any questions and more detailed information about Asha's retreat!
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DSW Studio

1 site · Lodging6 acres · Florissant, CO
The second plot we bought in this dream we are living up here in mountains Learn more about this land:DSW StudioCome enjoy glamping in our cabin in Southern Colorado. We are 2.5 hours South and West of Denver, about 1.25 hours West of Colorado Springs. We are located between Florissant and Cripple creek. Enjoy off-grid camping with amazing views of Pikes Peak. Plan a few nights so you can enjoy lots this area has to offer. Accommodations include:  *Small off grid cabin to stay in that has a hand pump sink with 5 gallons of water provided*King size mattress in the loft (MUST USE A LADDER TO ACCESS LOFT) and futon downstairs, 2 extra cots that can be used as well but with those it’s a tight squeeze *** Please bring your own pillows/sheets or sleeping bags for use, none provided****Fire pit for use when no burn ban in effect*Propane Fire Pit and camp stove*Porta Potty *Outdoor solar lights for ambiance*Cabin has propane furnace for use during cold season late October-April* Rock outcroppings and 4 acres to explore*No light pollution so you get to enjoy a million stars on clear nights*No power in the cabin at all or available, we are 100% off grid*Parking at the cabin*Extra tent sight availability, feel free to ask if your party is biggerWe live on the property and are available for questions and information. We ask for quiet time between 9pm-7am, dogs must be on a leash at all times and you must pick up after your pet. We do have a dog ourselves and outdoor kitties, also chickens (and roosters!! Who do crow) and turkeys.Exploring around the property is okay but we are boardered by private property on both sides. Walking the dirt roads is totally fine as well and you can go pretty far on them.Cell Service is scarce if you can get any at all, be sure to GPS the address before you leave service area4/20 friendly outside of cabinSelf check in/out, Please no after dark check-insThings to see and do close byLegends of the Forest (20 mins): Elves, fairies and gnomes in this magical place. Open by appointment, call ahead of time please Cripple Creek (25 min): just up the road a bit offers gambling and dining. Hiking trails, parks, mine tours and a train. Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument (25 min): 15 miles of hiking trails and history galore! Also a petrified forest of ancient redwood treesGuffey's Cove (20min): .25 mile hike to local swimming hole and waterfallPublic-BLM-Land (20 min): Four-wheeling, off-road-ready jeeps, dirtbikes etc are permitted. Hiking here is fun too, but you won't get past the gate without an AWD or 4WD vehicle. Mueller State Park ( 35 min): 55 miles of hiking and biking trails.Skagway (1 hour): enjoy fishing, hiking, kayaking, boating and outdoor fun at this beautiful reservoir just outside of VictorCanon City (an hour): Home of the Royal Gorge.Woodland Park (48 min): The closest place for a wide variety of supplies. Includes a Wal-mart, Safeway, some dining, etc. Book a few nights here so you can fully experience the area and all the things there are to do!
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Rhize Mountain Retreat

9 sites · Lodging43 acres · Goldfield, CO
Come and visit our slice of heaven in the majestic Colorado Rockies within the Pikes Peak National Forest. Only 60 minutes outside of Colorado Springs, you can spend time letting your dream of being in the high country come to life! Guests have use of our completely stocked, beautiful outdoor kitchen with grill and griddle, single and double camp stoves, all pots/pans, plates, cups, prep bowls, knives, cutting boards and utensils are available to our guests...you really only need to bring the food you plan on cooking! Relax and enjoy the custom Adirondack chairs around 12 seat fire pit (or have your personal fire pit experience on our 2 person deck)....this is GLAMPING at it's best!! All of our cabins have comfy sleeping accommodations...you only need to bring your pillow and sleeping bag!  A-frames are set up with a solar light, 5 gallon igloos of fresh spring water, Indian blankets and deck chairs. If you need any additional camping equipment like single burner stoves, sleeping gear, camp heaters, etc., they are available under extras for a small fee.RHIZE (named because the aspen trees are in the RHIZOME family and we have 43 acres of the most incredible aspen grove in Colorado) is truly a slice of heaven.  If you are coming in the fall, there is no better viewing spot than RHIZE MOUNTAIN RETREAT. RHIZE is surrounded by BLM with unlimited hiking on our 43 acre paradise with many options and difficulty levels from easy strolls to miles of more challenging hiking within 5 minutes. Views of Pring Reservoir and the Sangre de Cristo Mountain Range make every spot truly magical!!The charming mining towns of Victor and Cripple Creek are a short drive (10 minutes) with access to groceries, dining, entertainment, gold and silver mine tours, as well as festivals throughout the season.For those that want to be away from any hustle and bustle, RHIZE is the place for you! You can relax on your private deck, play corn hole, build a fire, read a book in your comfy cabin, take a nap in our hammock hangout in the trees, pick wild flowers, do yoga (private classes available for a small fee), enjoy a bottle of wine as the sun sets behind the mountains and wake to the sound of the many birds and wildlife on the land!There is no shortage of hiking, biking, fishing at the Skagway Reservoir or Eleven Mile Canyon, rock climbing, white water rafting within an hour, ATVing...pretty much any Colorado experience is within reach from this location.Please note a high clearance vehicle with all wheel drive or 4x4 is recommended as the last 2 miles are on unmaintained roads. We are looking forward to helping you create memories that will last a lifetime. Feel free to let us know about any special requests or needs that would make your trip perfectly perfect!!One other note: we don't have cell service when we are on property so if you are reaching out from Friday-Sunday, we will get back to you when we get back to Colorado Springs (usually Monday).
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Creekwood Cabins

2 sites · Lodging26 acres · Rollinsville, CO
Rustic and Secluded Cabin on 26 Acres Bordering over 550 acres of Roosevelt/Arapahoe National Forest This cozy cabin is situated on 26 acres of land that borders the Roosevelt/Arapahoe National Forest, offering you the perfect opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of city life and immerse yourself in nature. The cabin is equipped with electricity and a wood-burning stove, ensuring that you stay warm and comfortable throughout your stay. Primitive Amenities The cabin is designed to provide you with a primitive camping experience, allowing you to disconnect from the world and enjoy the simple pleasures of life. You’ll have access to basic amenities such as a kitchenette, an incinerating toilet, and a comfortable bed, but you won’t find any fancy gadgets or modern luxuries here. Activities: The cabin is located in an area that offers a wide range of outdoor activities, including snowshoeing, hiking, hunting, and mountain biking. You can explore the nearby trails and forests, or simply relax and enjoy the peace and quiet of the great outdoors.
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Redtail Retreat - The Studio

1 site · Lodging10 acres · South Fork, CO
Imagine waking up and looking out over snow-capped peaks and breathing in fresh, clean mountain air - RedTail Retreat is waiting for you...this Unique Mountain Rental is 100% off grid but has the comforts of a modern home. After enjoying a cup of morning coffee, your daily options are nearly limitless! It's not uncommon to see wildlife just out your window, or on a stroll through the property. We regularly see chipmunks, squirrels, rabbits, mule deer, elk, moose, mountain lion (rare and usually at night), turkeys, bear, coyotes (they shy away due to our dogs) and LOTS of birds. Typically the only sound you're going to hear is the soundtrack of nature - it's so peaceful... Depending on the time of year, you can do any of the following: DURING FALL/WINTER/SPRING Snow is possible at any time! A HIGH CLEARANCE 4 X 4 IS REQUIRED IN ORDER TO ACCESS THE PROPERTY SAFELY. A CAR WILL NOT MAKE IT AND WILL GET DAMAGED. IF YOU CHOOSE TO DRIVE A CAR TO THIS LOCATION, AND HAVE ISSUES, we will be unable to assist you. PLEASE ASK PRIOR TO BOOKING. We will not be able to offer credits or refunds for failing to drive the proper vehicle. We want you to get here safely and happily! Fall/Winter - Snowshoeing, Snowmobiling, Cross-Country Skiing, Downhill Skiing (Breckenridge, Keystone, Arapahoe Basin, and Copper Mountain are all approximately one hour drive), hunting (surrounded by hundreds of acres of National Forest land), hiking (St. Mary's Glacier is only 10 minutes up the road), shopping and gambling (Idaho Springs is 10-15 mins, Georgetown is 20-25 mins, Blackhawk and Central City are about 30 mins, Denver 45 mins) Ice Climbing Spring/Summer - Whitewater Rafting or Fishing (ask about guide services), Hiking, Mountain Biking, Road Biking, Shopping and Gambling (Idaho Springs is 10-15 mins, Georgetown is 20-25 mins, Blackhawk and Central City are about 30 mins, Denver 45 mins), Sightseeing (plenty of scenic drives close by) 4x4 off-roading (hundreds of miles of Forest Service trails) Red Tail Retreat is perched high atop Redtail Ridge and overlooks Mt Evans and the entire Continental Divide. The views are truly breathtaking. Since we are on our own little "island", there are weather patterns here that are as surprising as they are unpredictable. The living space is an attached studio loft or "mother-in-law" suite complete with a king size bed and a separate memory foam mattress in the loft area. (NO CHILDREN allowed in loft under any circumstances) The space also includes a kitchenette complete with a microwave, outdoor propane grill, coffee maker, toaster and bar sink/mini fridge. Pets are allowed as long as they are well-behaved. There is a full private bathroom attached to the space as well. The caretaker/manager lives in the main home but have their own separate entrance and parking areas. Should you have any issues during your stay, they are available 24/7 for assistance. If you choose to bring your pup/s, there is a 1/4 acre fenced-in yard you and your furry family member are welcome to use, providing they are well-behaved. You'll have access to our 5 acres of property (seasonal stream below) as well as thousands of acres of National Forest and hundreds of miles of Forest Service Roads. Red Tail Retreat is 100% off-grid - we do not have electrical power like standard homes!! This doesn't mean we don't have electric at all, it just means that we rely on solar power to keep our battery bank charged (educational lessons available if you want to learn more about off-grid life and/or solar) What this means is that we live a conservative lifestyle in terms of resource use. The home operates similar to a normal home but with a few caveats. 1. We are very energy conscious - high draw appliances such as hairdryers and curling irons won't be able to be used unless it's during the day and sunny 2. We are very water conscious. We are on a well and have plenty of clean mountain spring water, but part of living off-grid is that our water is stored in a 150 gallon sterile tank. We manually fill the tank as needed - water pressure and temps are just like a normal home. You won't be responsible for filling the water, but we ask that guests just be conservative with usage. 3. We are 100% solar dependent and have our power through a bank of batteries. If there isn't sun or it's very cloudy, we may have to run the generator during the day but generally limit the generator use to the evening for 2-3 hours max - this is rare and only necessary if we go multiple days without sun Thank you in advance for understanding! We can't wait to share our piece of heaven with you! If you’re still here and you’re still interested, this will be one of the most amazing and unique escapes, vacations, or getaways that you’ve ever had! We offer @UniqueMountainRentals to provide you the best off-the-beaten-path experience as possible!
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Overview

Whether youre exploring Denver, Colorado Springs, or the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains, Castle Rock is a prime spot to book a cozy cabin rental home base for your adventures, surrounded by natural beauty and natural attractions to explore. If you are seeking a mountain retreat, look for a cabin or cottage west of town, where the foothills rise to touch the skies and area activities include hiking, biking, kayaking, whitewater rafting, and horseback riding. Each private cabin rental comes with a personality all its own, from secluded tiny homes to luxury log cabins, while public park cabin rentals can be found further from town in Mueller State Park or Pike National Forest. Well-equipped cabins typically provide campers with wifi, kitchens, linens, and extra sleeping spaces, while rustic accommodations offer serenity as the main amenity. Watch for wildlife through the windows.

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