Tiny homes near Castle Rock with showers

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3 top tiny homes sites near Castle Rock with showers

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Monument Creek Glamping

10 sites · Lodging7 acres · Monument, CO
Welcome to Monument Glamping! Nestled between Denver and Colorado Springs, we're thrilled to be your hosts on this enchanting glamping journey. Chris and Wendy your hosts here, and since 2019, we've been sharing our slice of paradise with fellow adventurers like you. We're dedicated to providing a safe and relaxing semi-outdoor experience on our beautiful creekside property. The 2024 season offers your choice of 8 unique units with the option of a renting the main house for large events. Most of our units are perfect for a romantic getaway for two, and we offer a few venues with room for kids, dogs, or some friends. Allow us to introduce you to our offerings: 1. The Classic - A container home that marries modern convenience with natural splendor. 2. Big Red - A cozy tiny home equipped with all the amenities, including a deck overlooking stunning vistas. 3. Sunshine - Discover paradise within a safari tent, featuring a private back room and grill for your indulgence. 4. Stargazer - Immerse yourself in nature's beauty within a safari tent beneath a canopy of pine and scrub oak. 5. The Family Glamper - With queen and bunk beds, a family of 4 fits nicely, and maybe 6 can squeeze in. The creek is a stone's throw away. 6. Braveheart - Find solace beside the creek in a bell tent or yurt, your off-grid hideaway featuring a camp toilet and creekside porch. 7. Beauty - Delight in the tranquility of a bell tent or yurt, your secluded sanctuary with an off-grid camp toilet and creekside porch. 8. Butterfly - Unplug and unwind in a safari tent, complete with off-grid privacy and a grill, a stone's throw away from the flowing creek. NEW for 2024: The house has been remodeled and is available for group outings. The 3/2 home has full kitchen and spacious living area with front and back decks for gatherings. Available for rent only with complimentary rentals of our glamping venues. Perfect for reunions, wedding parties, church or office retreats, and other large-group gatherings. Our standard extras include a second vehicle, extra guests, propane service, early arrival or late check out, and pets. But consider additional enhancements like our Romantic Surprise, Colorado Cookout, Private Hot Tub, and Homemade Wine Tastings. With advance notice, we can have quite the experience set up for you when you and your loved one arrives. Your comfort and privacy are our top priorities. We'll always respect your space, ensuring that your sanctuary remains undisturbed throughout your stay. Drop us a line anytime with your questions or concerns – communication is key, and we're all ears. So, dear Hipcampers, get ready to write your chapter of Monument Glamping's story. Nature's embrace and luxurious comforts await, and we can't wait to be a part of your extraordinary journey.
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105 West Ranch

4 sites · Lodging101 acres · Goldfield, CO
A mountaintop ranch in Colorado that sits below the famous Colorado “14er”, Pikes Peak. This property sits on top of a mountain at an elevation of nearly 10,000ft and features 3 unique Glamping sites! The ranch features a tiny cabin, geodesic dome tent and platform canvas tent. The sites sit on 100 acres of private, pristine Colorado mountain land that offers over 3 miles of private hiking trails and unrivaled views in all directions. A large, mature aspen grove covers most of the property and views to the south stretch over 100 miles! Despite being on a mountain, over 70% of the property sits on level or gently sloping ground making it perfect for camping spots and events. The Eastern edge borders public land, infinitely expanding access and hiking opportunities. It’s only 1,500 feet from a large reservoir and river- both are accessible by hiking or an easy 5 minute drive. 105 West Ranch also has some deep and unique history. Our area was originally surveyed in 1881. After that, miners came through in the late 1800s and dug prospector pits looking for gold. Many of these pits and even some old tin cans from miner's camps are still visible on the property today. In 1931, the area was re-surveyed with more accuracy. In 1936, the President of the United States, FDR, granted a land patent (homestead) of 632 acres to homesteader. Part of this 632 acre homestead granted by the President was what is now 105 West Ranch. Fast forward nearly 100 years. My wife, Rachel, and I bought this property in 2019, fulfilling a life-long dream of owning our own land. Rachel and I live for the outdoors, we work in the outdoor industry and spend every chance we get exploring our beautiful state with our two dogs. As a 4th generation Coloradan, it's been a lifelong dream to own a (relatively) small part of the state my family has called home since the late 1800s. Now that we own our own piece of Colorado heaven we want to share the unforgettable experience, memories and beauty of our property with others looking for an escape from the city.
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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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Tiny homes near Castle Rock with showers guide

Overview

Between Denver and Colorado Springs, Castle Rock is a popular destination for both shoppers and outdoor lovers. Named for a large, castle-shaped outcropping perched above the historic downtown, the town might be known for its outlet shops and golf courses, but Castle Rock also has an array of of parks, open spaces, and hiking and mountain biking trails within town limits, plus easy access to Castlewood Canyon State Park. Outside of town, you can find plenty of camping options in Pike National Forest.

Where to go

Denver Region

Located just 30 miles north, Denver offers urban and outdoor adventures. Several RV parks can be found near the city outskirts. Cherry Creek State Park, Chatfield State Park, and Bear Creek Lake Park just outside Denver all offer a lake and developed campgrounds. To the north of the city, Golden Gate Canyon State Park offers campgrounds, cabins, and yurts, while St. Vrain State Park offers great fishing and camping near several ponds. 

Colorado Springs Area

Head south for Colorado’s second biggest city, with plenty of amenities, RV parks, and easy access to the outdoors. Hike, bike, or drive to the summit of Pikes Peak, one of the most visited mountains in the region. Explore the towering red sandstone formations of Garden of the Gods. Soak up and drink the mineral waters of Manitou Springs or head to the “City Above the Clouds” of Woodland Springs. Play and camp with your tent or RV at nearby Mueller State Park or stay at a private campground or RV park. 

Forests and Mountains

Just west of Castle Rock, Pike National Forest offers a vast wilderness for outdoor recreation and camping. The Lost Creek Wilderness is a hidden gem for hikers, climbers, and anglers. Further north, the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests offer more than a million acres to explore and numerous camping options. Hop on the Peak to Peak Scenic Byway to enjoy vast vistas and camp in the Indian Peaks wilderness along the way. 

When to go

Visit between May and September to go hiking, biking, climbing, and camping. Some higher elevation campgrounds in national forests are only open seasonally over the summer. The popular Castle Rock WineFest is held in July while the Colorado Artfest is held in September. Expect peak fall colors around late September and early October. The annual lighting of a star above Castle Rock takes place in November.

Know before you go

  • Castle Rock is situated at over 6,000 feet. Other recreation areas and campsites in the region are at even higher elevations, where altitude can be an issue.
  • Be bear aware, especially when camping. Store food and other attractants in a bear proof container, away from your tent. 
  • Fishing licenses are required for anyone over age 16 in Colorado
  • Permits are required for state and national wilderness areas.

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