Mare Island is such a special and interesting place! Myrna has created a really cool atmosphere, and hiking around to see all the history was fun! Camp Ammo was a great car-camping spot for the night: a paved site right near a bathroom, and very quiet since it’s just the one spot. Easy to get to, short walk to the visitor center, and no fuss!
Could not have asked for a better stay. Laurie and Greg are the most accommodating, gracious hosts and have really thought of everything — from water bottles brought to the tent, to solar lanterns for night time, towels, and even some coffee for the morning. Truly a wonderful glamping experience!
The creek is so beautiful, and it’s quite serene to sit on the porch and overlook the water. Gets nice and cool at night, but the bedding is super comfy and warm.
Can’t wait to come back! :)
Seriously, WOW. Paradise Shores is such an incredible, breathtaking spot. Between the views, the reservoir access, the amazing Hosts, and just the “vibe” with so many other friendly campers — truly an amazing place.
You’re in close proximity to other campers / RVs, but everyone was extremely respectful of quiet hours, and it was very peaceful. Plus, the stars were incredible at night.
The free kayak and SUPs were also a huge plus — you seriously can’t beat the views paddling in the reservoir.
Can’t wait to come back some day. :)
Seriously the perfect location to explore Salt Lake. Convenient to downtown, and feels secluded enough away from the hustle and bustle of the city. Tucked away at the end of a residential road, you wouldn’t expect an expansive farm with horses, goats, pigs and so many more animals. So cool to basecamp here for the night!
Can't speak highly enough of this beautiful place. The host, Joan, was so sweet and helpful when we arrived. She gave us some history of the farm and it truly has a special vibe.
The animals are so friendly, and I'd definitely recommend this spot for any RVer traveling through to enjoy a comfortable and vibrant atmosphere going on around you.
What a gem of a spot! We absolutely loved the swimming area and mountain views. It was quite peaceful and quiet at night, and we were able to connect our RV to electric from our parking spot away from the house with ease. This place is truly a hidden gem if you're heading through the area or exploring Denver/Boulder. Our host was also nice enough to give us a tour of the land and show us the beautiful flowers they grow there. Can't wait to come back!
The host, Karen, was so communicative and helpful before my visit. Unfortunately we had to leave earlier than expected, but the tipis and the location are absolutely beautiful. Hotchkiss is also a very cool little town, and only about a 5-10 minute drive away. Overall an awesome property in a really gorgeous area. Looking forward to coming back.
Such a perfect night in a lovely tiny house! It has all the amenities of home (kitchen with a stove, cookware, etc; bed with a warm comforter; chairs to lounge outside; a shower that’s surprisingly spacious). I felt secluded from the tipis which were only a short walk away, and walking around the farm on the many trails was great!
The perfect secluded spot to enjoy a night in total solitude. The tent itself was quite cozy — the bedding was plenty warm, even when it got breezy and cool at night — and everything was very neat and clean despite being in the middle of virtually nowhere. The view from the tent is breathtaking, and hiking along the Colorado Trail was a real treat as we left.
Wow! What an amazing property. There's so much history here, and we loved getting to stay at the top of the property overlooking the river and mountains. The sunset was otherworldly up there, and Greg and Mary Ruth were incredible, accommodating and exceptionally friendly hosts. Take a tour of the lodge if you can -- it's one of the most unique places we've been, and can't wait to see it again as it opens back up! We'll definitely be back.
Such an amazing spot! Secluded, easy to hike to, and totally worth hauling gear in for about half a mile. Sleeping creekside was a stellar perk.
Second time coming to Weston Pass Hut -- first time as a winter trip. Such a rewarding hike up! A steady but moderate ~7-mile climb brings you to the hut, and snowshoeing up in the hard-packed snow wasn't bad at all. Would definitely recommend to anyone willing to brave the cold for a night well worth it. Just make sure to utilize the wood stove(s) to keep cozy. :)
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