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Haven Hill

· Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado
36 acres hosted by Paula And Randy R.
1 RV/tent site
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Amazing views
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Thirty-five private natural acres high above Scenic Byway 165. You will have total privacy, no other campers! You will be overlooking the beautiful Greenhorn Valley, with wide open views of Greenhorn Mountain and the Spanish Peaks. The stars at night are breathtaking. It feels like you are on a peaceful, remote island in the sky. A great place to fly a kite! It’s conveniently close to lakes, hiking, outdoor activities and supplies, restaurants and gas stations. Several roundabouts exist for turning around large vehicles. RV sites are pull through. For digital Nomads, Cell phone and satellite service is good here. You'll take an immediate right into the driveway off of 165. When you reach the top the hill turn right and you will have your choice of several campsites on the east end of the hill. Fires might be allowed. Check https://www.pueblo.us/2602/Fire-Restrictions If fires are allowed, they must be in campfire circles ONLY! Dead wood on the property is OK to burn. Or Firewood is available to purchase nearby in Colorado City. Do not burn trash please. All trash needs to be packed out. Camp ground #1 has a gravel area for an RV/camper/tent/car and a mulch/grass area for tent camping. As well as a fire ring, picnic table and accessible potable water on the west end of the hill. Camp ground #2 has cleared ground and has a fire ring and picnic table. Plenty of room for RV/camper/tent/cars. Feel free to pick your campground! Bring your own toilet for now. Use of firearms is strictly prohibited. No fireworks are allowed. Quiet time is after 10:00 p.m. Please be respectful of neighboring properties. And remember you are on a hilltop so sound can travel. :-) THINGS TO DO: * Lake Beckwith - Lake Beckwith is the perfect place for walking, fishing, and boating. A Colorado Fishing License is required and all dogs must be on a leash. Personal paddleboards, kayaks, and non-motorized boats are welcome. * Lake Isabel / San Isabel 
Just a twenty-minute drive up Highway 165, San Isabel is a picturesque little community nestled in the mountains alongside Lake Isabel. Lake Isabel is the perfect place to spend the afternoon fishing, kayaking, or hiking. The Lodge at San Isabel, a restaurant and general store is open Mid-May through October. A Colorado Fishing License can be purchased at the gift shop and is required to fish at the lake. Personal paddleboards, kayaks, and small non-motorized boats are welcome. * Bishop’s Castle: Located 30 minutes up Highway 165, Bishop’s Castle is a stone and iron fortress nestled in the trees of the San Isabel National Forest. Wind your way through the castle’s wrought-iron stairwells through three-stories of towers and bridges. Visitors are always welcome free of charge, and the castle itself is always open. * Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve: 
One of the two tallest sand dunes in North America is located two hours west of Colorado City. A perfect place to take a day trip. Pack a lunch and spend the day hiking the dunes, sand sledding, and playing in the creek. * Capulin Volcano National Monument. Located an hour and forty minutes southeast. This is a national monument. * Colorado City Swimming Pool 
The pool is open Monday-Saturday from June to early August and is available for open-swim in the afternoon. * Hollydot Golf Course 
Hollydot is Colorado City’s 18-hole public golf course. Tee times can be booked online, by phone, or in person. * Pueblo City-County Library – Greenhorn Valley Branch - The library offers plenty of kid-friendly activities, as well as classes and events for adults and teens. RESTAURANTS: * Three Sisters Tavern * Bolt Burgers and Shakes * High Octane BBQ * Round Table Sports Grill at Hollydot Golf Course * Rye Cafe * Table Mountain Coffee Sho * The Lodge at San Isabel 
(Open Mid-May–October) * Subway HIKING: * Over two miles of hiking on the property * Greenhorn Trail * Bartlett Trail * St. Charles Trail * Wachob Trail * Coal Creek Trail * San Carlos Trail OTHER: * Propane tanks and refills available at Ace Hardware on CO165 * Dump services available at the KOA Campground on I25 and CO165 * Towing and auto repair available at The Service Center in Colorado City * Hack Shack Liquor Store * Fastbreak Food and Liquor * Valley Market * Gas Stations 
Loaf N’ Jug, Sinclair, Circle KHaven Hill is natural, peaceful and remote. It is a mix of some trees and lots of open space with wild grasses and wildflowers.  You'll be situated high above the scenic Greenhorn Valley. Taking in 360 degree views that include the Spanish Peaks, Greenhorn Mountain and the tips of Mount Blanca and Mount Lindsey. The stars at night are often breathtaking. You'll feel like you're on your own island in the sky. The nearest visible homes are over a quarter mile away. Cell service and satellite service are good here. You’re likely see deer, fox, birds, and birds of prey. You may see wild turkeys, roadrunners, and rabbits. Bear, mountain lion and marmot are rarely ever seen. But have been seen on the property. This is Colorado!  If you like wildflowers and rocks there’s plenty to look at. There is an area off the trail near the pond where there are piles of material that contain fossils. 100 million year old clam like fossils are common here. Please share photos of any finds and leave them on site for others to enjoy too. We have a small cabin on the property over 500’ from the nearest camp sites. We are on the property a couple times a week working on property improvements or just enjoying the views. Fires might be allowed. Confirm with the Pueblo County Fire Department web site. If fires are allowed, they must be in existing campfire circles ONLY! Firewood can be purchased in Colorado City. Standing dead wood may be burned as well. No wood removal please.  Conveniently located minutes from Lake Beckwith, lake Isabel, and Bishops Castle. Greenhorn Mountain rises to an elevation of 12,347 feet. Nearby you’ll find restaurants, Ace Hardware, shopping, laundromat, a rest stop, a disc golf course, a golf course, gas, convenience stores and a water fill-up station. Elevation is 6500 feet. It can get hot in the day and cool at night. And sometimes windy. With lot's of sunshine! Always be bear and lion aware. Hiking with a bell is recommended. Use of firearms is prohibited. No fireworks are allowed. All of Colorado is serious wild fire country. Please be overly cautious. Quiet time is after 10:00 p.m. Please respect our neighbors. We can accommodate larger groups. Please contact us if interested. Thank you. ENJOY! Randy and Paula
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9 ratings · 8 reviews
Sheila G.recommends
May 6, 2024
Haven Hill
Nice campsite with great southern Colorado views. Very clean and quiet.
Brooke S.recommends
April 21, 2024
Haven Hill
Still great. I’ve stayed before and will stay again.
John C.recommends
April 14, 2024
Haven Hill
We had a great time at this beautiful spot on top of a ridge. Great views all around with incredible night skies and stars
Brooke S.recommends
March 31, 2024
Haven Hill
Great spot. Super windy! Lots of room to wander.
Chef E.recommends
March 25, 2024
Haven Hill
Upon arrival directions were clear and to the point. Our campsite was level and coated with hay to help with moisture on the ground. Fire pit was already pre setup with wood and kindling. Took a while to setup as we were taken by all the scenery around us. We were well prepared or so we thought lol. The energy of the property is very calming and serene. Plenty of overlooks to view the surrounding areas. Met the host Randy on the second day very pleasant exchange. Unfortunately we were not able to stay the second night due to the drop in temperature and the wind storm coming through and an unexpected snow fall. So rather then risk being stuck trying to pack in bad weather we left a night early. With proper weather or a wind proof dwelling would absolutely stay again.
Steven W.recommends
March 13, 2024
Haven Hill
Hill top Heaven
Tent camping on top of a hill. Most beautiful views in the entire valley. Great fishing very near by. Super clean flat campsites. Great hosts and easy to find. 2 thumbs up!
Pueblo, Pueblo, Colorado, United StatesTraditional, ancestral territory of Tséstho’e (Cheyenne), Núu-agha-tʉvʉ-pʉ̱ (Ute), Ndé Kónitsąąíí Gokíyaa (Lipan Apache), and Jicarilla Apache First Nations according to To respect the Host's privacy, the precise address of this land will be provided after booking
Hosted by Paula And Randy R.Joined in November 2022
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