We seriously loved our stay at Frank's property. Just about 20 minutes from downtown Lodi, tons of wine tasting, and town amenities, you still feel so secluded out on the property. It's the perfect combo of serene nature, and easy car camping with amenities. Besides full RV hookups, there's several beautiful tent sites, and even a flush toilet.
Frank was amazing host, and he's built a beautiful property here for you to escape to. He provided us with a map to local wineries, and we had a great time driving around wine tasting. There was even dry firewood provided for a fun campfire in the fire pit.
This cabin was such a fantastic place to stay. We loved lounging around in the comfy beds, cooking in the full sized kitchen, and spending a relaxing evening playing board games. The whole interior was amazing, and full of amenities.
The cabin was also in a gorgeous location, and perfect for enjoying nature. There's an awesome sitting area around a large fire pit, and the easy access to the river below was definitely the best part of this location. We had a great time trying out the canoe (a kayak was also available) and dipping our toes in the cool water.T
The place felt secluded, but it was only a short drive into Lobelville to restaurants and stores if we needed anything. For a wider restaurant selection, the town of Hurricane Mills was just another ten minutes away.
Overall, our only regret was that we couldn't spend longer here to relax and play!
This spot was the perfect blend of simple creature comforts, the traditional camping experience, and Colorado history. The cabin itself is an adorable piece of history, while also providing those little things that make camping so much easier: shelter from the weather, a basic kitchenette setup, and a comfy bed off the ground. Outside the cabin was well furnished with a picnic table and benches, comfortable chairs, and a fire pit. The level ground is also perfect for setting up a tent if part of your group decides to stay outside. We enjoyed cooking over the fire, but loved that we had the option to cook a wider variety of foods because of the kitchenette. And for those of us that don't enjoy doing our business in nature, the outhouse is a welcome addition to the camping experience!
An easy, less than two hour drive from Denver, this spot offers semi-private dispersed camping. Camp either on the gently sloping hill for an easier walk to your car and great views, or down by the small pond for beautiful scenery.
When you arrive, parking is a short walk from the edge of the property. Park at the four-sided fireplace building, then walk towards Stagestop Rd. There will be a small white sign with the number 189 that indicates the edge of the property.