Lake City, CO, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Lake City

Home/Apartment
Excellent
6 reviews
Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
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cabin
Excellent
6 reviews
2br cabin
    Come Experience Lake City, Colorado and Stay in Our Cozy Cabins Surrounded by Scenic Mountain Views. G&M Cabins is centrally located in downtown Lake City, within easy walking distance of the many fine shops, restaurants and attractions Lake City has to offer. Cabin 1 is fully equipped with a kitchen, 2 bedrooms, private bath and cable TV. FREE WI-FI. Large flat screen TV with DVD player. Cabin1 has a full size refrigerator, microwave, stove, coffee maker, toaster, pots and pans, dishes, eating utensils, and bed and bath linens. It also has a screened porches. There are also outdoor picnic tables, charcoal grills, and shady sitting areas. This cabin is non smoking, including screened porches, sitting areas adjacent to cabins. The grounds are well landscaped with on-site management. No pets. A multi-night stay is required for all reservations. Walk-ins welcome.
    house
    4br house
      This unique home is nestled in the quiet outskirts of Lake City, CO. The home has a large yard with an outside gas grill and plenty of trees to ensure privacy, it is also visited daily by families of deer. The house has plenty of windows in order to take in the beautiful views of surrounding mountains. The balcony has a birds eye view of the iconic Round Top Mountain. The town (within walking distance!) inhabits plenty of quaint shops and restaurants available to meet anyone and everyone's taste. 2 bedroom downstairs plus loft bedroom (1 queen 2 full - 2 full size custom tiled bathrooms, one on each level - twin trundle bed in downstairs living area. Additional fees may apply: - $40 per person over 6 limit 8 people | 40 USD per day Located 50 miles south of Gunnison Colorado. Situated in a valley surroundedby mountains. Small quaint town. 4 Wheeling, mountain biking, alpine loop and many 14teeners.
      Home/Apartment
      3br Home/Apartment
      • Pets Allowed
      • Parking
      The Space***If this cabin is rented we have 6 other cabins listed on Airbnb that are two bedroom with some having lofts (2 twin beds). We also have a large cabin that can hold up to 12 people. The ranch is located on a 160 acres in a mountain valley and each cabin has plenty of privacy, so please do not think the cabins are stacked upon each other. There is nothing like Oleo Ranch in this area*** Oleo is 18 miles from Lake City on the backside of Slumgullion Pass. Basically we are between the start of Slum pass and Spring Creek pass in Quite Valley. You can (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Map Oleo Ranch and see our location. At 10,500 feet, this cabin is located in a remote part of southwest Colorado (between Creede and Lake City) and surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery the Rocky Mountains have to offer. It is secluded, offers privacy, and breathtaking views with comfortable accommodations. It’s built overlooking a beautiful valley. The cabin water is drawn directly out of the mountain it’s built upon. Propane gas runs appliances, lights and heats water for the kitchen and bathroom. Electricity is neither needed nor available, and we do enforce a no generator policy. Anything which needs to be plugged in will not be of use and you will not miss the electricity. You are truly "off the grid" at this cabin, and your mind and body will thank you for it. Don't worry, technology, electricity, restaurants and other conveniences are just a short beautiful drive over Slumgullion Pass into Lake City if need be. The cabin is pet friendly as well. Recreational activities around the cabin include miles and miles of scenic trails for mountain hiking/climbing, photography, fishing, or just relaxing. Moose and Elk are often seen and several kinds of hummingbirds are always around the feeders. The colorful wildflowers in summer, the wind blowing through the Aspens, and the spectacular fall foliage are nature at its best. Five stocked ponds and 1.5 miles of streams provide guests with private fishing, so beginners to avid fly fishermen will have ample opportunity to wet their lines. Peace and quiet is not something you have to seek out... the wind blowing through the Aspens will be the only thing you'll hear while reading your book on the deck. There is zero light pollution at night so stargazing is one of the most incredible things you will ever witness. Also, look no further than the area to escape the heat of the summer. Even in the dog days of summer, the average temperature during the day is 70 and nights can drop below freezing. Day trip opportunities "off the ranch" are abundant- anything from climbing one of the seven area 14K mountains, fishing the Rio Grande river, hiking the Continental Divide Trail, renting a jeep in Lake City and driving over Engineer Pass, as well as something as simple as having an ice cream cone, sitting on a Lake City bench. There is so much to see and do in one of the most beautiful areas of the Rockies. Thank you for taking a look at our cabin and we hope to see you there soon enjoying the simple life! Interaction with GuestsWe have an onsite manager who is there to help if anything is needed Other Things to NoteLocation: The cabin is located off of Highway 149 north of Creede between mile marker 56 and 57. The entrance will be before the start of Slumgullion Pass and Rambouillet Creek. As you turn in you will need to drive a mile or so before you will see the ranch Miles From: Lake City, CO – 17 Creede, CO – 36 Gunnison, CO – 72 Denver, CO – 272 Albuquerque, NM – 303 Weather: Average temps are around 70 day and 30 at night. Short rain storms can roll in almost every day, but it is usually just a quick storm Altitude: The cabin is at 10,500 feet. It may take a day to get acclimated to the altitude. Try to drink plenty of water before coming up and continue when at the ranch. Also water boils at a lower temperature at this altitude compared to sea level. This can alter cooking times for some dishes (pasta) Electricity: There is no electricity at the cabin. Everything runs off of propane. It has a full stove with 4 cook top burners, a refrigerator (not full size), and hot water Water: The water for the cabin comes directly from a mountain spring and it is tested each year Hot water: It has a standard water heater, just like you find in most homes TV/Internet/Cell Phones: None of these items can work off of propane (thankfully) so no to all Generators: we do not allow generators to be run at anytime. This is to keep the noise down Lights: The lights work off of propane and are turned on by a lever and using a match. Very simple operation. If you plan on reading at night you should bring a book light Heater: There is a wall heater in the cabin, but it retains heat well and you may not need the heater Kitchen: The kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, and full size sink Utensils, pots/pans, glasses and dishes: It has everything you need. You may want to bring some sturdy paper plates as it is all hand washing/drying Bathroom: The bathroom has a walk in showers, sink and a toilet Bath and dish towels, paper towels, and toilet paper: all are provided Cleaning supplies: dishwashing soap, garbage bags are provided Coffee: Coffee is brewed using a percolator. If you are not familiar with this type of brewing please see the links below: * Percolator overview: (URL HIDDEN) * How to brew: (URL HIDDEN) Fireplace and wood: It has a fireplace and there will be wood provided on your deck. If splitting is needed, it will have an ax and chopping block Dogs: Dogs are allowed. Please see below for policies -$25 per dog, per stay fee, with a $100 damage deposit per dog, at time of check-in. Deposit check will be destroyed after cabin is cleaned, if no damage occurs. -Limit of 2 dogs per stay. -Dogs must be kept under control at all times. -No loud or uncontrollable dogs. -Keep dogs off of furniture and beds. -Dogs cannot be left unattended in the cabin for a prolonged period of time. Portable pet kennels are available upon request. It is the renters responsibility to clean these before departing. -Renter to clean cabin of all dog hair before leaving. -When registering at check-in the pet owner agrees to abide by the Pet Policies. You are responsible for any damage or injury caused by your pet and must absolve us of any liability resulting from your pets action. Food: You will need to bring in all your food. Access to the nearest grocery stores is Lake City (17 miles) and Creede (36 miles). There is a small store at Freemons Ranch (over Spring Creek pass on the way to Creede) as well, but not a large selection. Grocery stores: Alamosa will have a couple large grocery stores with good prices. Also pick up your beer, wine and liquor there. If not, Creede will have a grocery store, but higher prices and a more limited choice. Lake City has a grocery store as well, but with the same situation as Creede Grills: It does have a gas grill on the deck How does food stay cool: There is a fridge in the kitchen, but it is smaller than normal. If your stay is only a couple days you will be just fine. If you have a big party and staying longer, then we suggest bringing in some coolers and ice. The ice will stay frozen if the coolers are kept outside Suggested food items (stuff you may not think about while the temps are in the 100’s where you are): hot chocolate mix (marshmallows) Good Meals: Pretty much everything will taste good up there, but here are a few suggestions that always seem to work well Breakfast - eggs, sausage, blueberry pancakes, cereal, etc. Lunch - sandwiches, etc. Dinner - steaks, grilled chicken, spaghetti, etc. Suggested Clothes: normal cool weather clothes. Bring some rain gear as well Other suggested items: batteries, flash light, binoculars, camera, lightweight fishing gear, sunscreen, lip balm, books and magazines Fishing on the Ranch: There are 5 ponds on the ranch that will provide great fishing by either using a fly rod or a basic rod/reel set up. There is a worm farm by the old corral next to the Willows cabin, if you choose to use a hook. We urge “catch and release” but keeping a few for dinner is always ok. Fly or spin fishing is also available in the small Cebolla Creek that runs through the ranch. Many streams and lakes are in the area nearby as well. Area attractions: For area things to do, scenic drives, outdoor recreation, and much more info about the Lake City area please see the Lake City Switchback website. ATV’s: We do not allow ATV’s to be driven on the ranch property. You can park your trailer in the barn area, and trailer them to the many trailheads in the area. Be sure and get the required permit by the state of Colorado.
      Hotel
      3-star Hotel
      A meeting room, laundry facilities, and a library are available at this vacation home. Free WiFi in public areas and free self parking are also provided. Other amenities include barbecue grills and a picnic area.
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
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      The SpaceThis is a spacious cabin that will sleep 6 if you use the sleeper couch. This is a duplex with 2 separate sides, if you rent both sides you could sleep 12. Email the owner to ask about availability for both sides. Guest AccessGuests will have access to parking area, a private grill and picnic table, and a well maintained grassy yard. Interaction with GuestsWe live next to the property so are available if guests need anything. The NeighborhoodWe are located north of town in a quiet area where you can relax and enjoy the views from the covered porch. We have room to park your ATV trailer on the property. Getting AroundYou can easily walk to town or drive.
      house
      2br house
        Our cozy cabin has all the comforts of home with mountain views from a covered porch. Enjoy our spacious cabin with kind beds for your group of 6, or rent both sides of the duplex for a group up to 12. We are Âź mile north of town within walking distance. We also offer year round guided fishing trips for ice fishing, boat fishing and fly fishing.
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        With a stay at Iron Kettle Cabin Vacation Rental in Lake City, you'll be within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Make yourself at home in one of the 5 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include complimentary newspapers and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided weekly. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, a picnic area, and barbecue grills. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
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        Located in Lake City, Lodge Vacation Rental is within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Make yourself at home in one of the 10 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, housekeeping is provided on a limited basis, and rollaway/extra beds (complimentary) can be requested. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include a picnic area and barbecue grills. Free self parking is available onsite.
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        Located in Lake City, Mountain House Vacation Rental is within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 8 guestrooms, featuring fireplaces. Have private balconies. Kitchens are outfitted with refrigerators and microwaves. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with separate bathtubs and showers feature jetted bathtubs and hair dryers. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities, which include complimentary wireless Internet access and barbecue grills. Free self parking is available onsite.
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        Located in Lake City, Scandanavian Vacation Rental is within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 5 guestrooms, featuring fireplaces. Have private lanais. Kitchens are outfitted with refrigerators and microwaves. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Free self parking is available onsite.
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        Located in Lake City, Ponderosa Vacation Rental is within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Make yourself at home in one of the 6 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Have private balconies or patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Free self parking is available onsite.
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        With a stay at Silver Queen Vacation Rental in Lake City, you'll be within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Make yourself at home in one of the 6 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Have private patios. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers, housekeeping is provided on a limited basis, and rollaway/extra beds (complimentary) can be requested. Free self parking is available onsite.
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        Located in Lake City, High Country Vacation Rental is within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Make yourself at home in one of the 4 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Have private patios. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Conveniences include separate sitting areas and coffee/tea makers, and housekeeping is provided weekly. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, a picnic area, and barbecue grills. Featured amenities include complimentary newspapers in the lobby and laundry facilities. Free self parking is available onsite.
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        With a stay at Aspen Lodge Blue Spruce Vacation Rental in Lake City, you'll be within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Make yourself at home in of the guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and washers/dryers, and housekeeping is provided weekly. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, a picnic area, and barbecue grills. Featured amenities include laundry facilities and a library. Free self parking is available onsite.
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        Located in Lake City, Ranch House Vacation Rental is within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Treat yourself to a stay in one of the 6 guestrooms, featuring fireplaces. Have private patios. Kitchens are outfitted with refrigerators and microwaves. Cable television is provided for your entertainment. Amenities Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, a picnic area, and barbecue grills. Free self parking is available onsite.
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        With a stay at Alpine Vacation Rental in Lake City, you'll be within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Make yourself at home in one of the 6 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include separate sitting areas and coffee/tea makers, and you can also request rollaway/extra beds (complimentary). Amenities Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, a picnic area, and barbecue grills. Free self parking is available onsite.
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        Located in Lake City, Horseman Vacation Rental is within the region of Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak. Make yourself at home in one of the 6 guestrooms, featuring kitchens with refrigerators and microwaves. Have private patios. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Conveniences include coffee/tea makers and washers/dryers, and housekeeping is provided on a limited basis. Free self parking is available onsite.
        house
        Excellent
        7 reviews
        1br house
          This is a cute-as-a-bug one bedroom log cabin. The bedroom is in the roomy loft area, with king sized bed, overlooking the ample living area below. View from the bed out the huge window above the front door gives you amazing views. Living area includes full kitchen, dining area, wood burning fireplace (we supply the wood, too!), and cable TV. Decks on front and back of cabin. Private setting, with no other cabins or homes too close. Located on a side road, it is within walking distance from town, but far enough away to feel 'away from it all'
          house
          Excellent
          1 review
          1br house
            G&M Cabins are centrally located in downtown Lake City, within easy walking distance of the many fine shops, restaurants and attractions Lake City has to offer. Our cabins are fully equipped with kitchens, 1 or 2 bedrooms, private baths and cable TV. FREE WI-FI. All cabins have a full size refrigerator, microwave, stove, coffee maker, toaster, pots and pans, dishes, eating utensils, and bed and bath linens. Each cabin is individually owned so they are unique in the way they are decorated. Some have hand-crafted lodge pole furniture and screened porches. There are also outdoor picnic tables, charcoal grills, and shady sitting areas. All cabins are non smoking of any kind, including screened porches, sitting areas adjacent to cabins. The grounds are well landscaped with on-site management.
            Home/Apartment
            4br Home/Apartment
            • Pets Allowed
            • Parking
            The Space***If this cabin is rented we have 6 other cabins listed on Airbnb that are two bedroom with some having lofts (2 twin beds). We also have a large cabin that can hold up to 12 people. The ranch is located on a 160 acres in a mountain valley and each cabin has plenty of privacy, so please do not think the cabins are stacked upon each other. There is nothing like Oleo Ranch in this area*** Oleo is 18 miles from Lake City on the backside of Slumgullion Pass. Basically we are between the start of Slum pass and Spring Creek pass in Quite Valley. You can (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Map Oleo Ranch and see our location. At 10,500 feet, this cabin is located in a remote part of southwest Colorado (between Creede and Lake City) and surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery the Rocky Mountains have to offer. It is secluded, offers privacy, and breathtaking views with comfortable accommodations. It’s built overlooking a beautiful valley. The cabin water is drawn directly out of the mountain it’s built upon. Propane gas runs appliances, lights and heats water for the kitchen and bathroom. Electricity is neither needed nor available, and we do enforce a no generator policy. Anything which needs to be plugged in will not be of use and you will not miss the electricity. You are truly "off the grid" at this cabin, and your mind and body will thank you for it. Don't worry, technology, electricity, restaurants and other conveniences are just a short beautiful drive over Slumgullion Pass into Lake City if need be. The cabin is pet friendly as well. Recreational activities around the cabin include miles and miles of scenic trails for mountain hiking/climbing, photography, fishing, or just relaxing. Moose and Elk are often seen and several kinds of hummingbirds are always around the feeders. The colorful wildflowers in summer, the wind blowing through the Aspens, and the spectacular fall foliage are nature at its best. Five stocked ponds and 1.5 miles of streams provide guests with private fishing, so beginners to avid fly fishermen will have ample opportunity to wet their lines. Peace and quiet is not something you have to seek out... the wind blowing through the Aspens will be the only thing you'll hear while reading your book on the deck. There is zero light pollution at night so stargazing is one of the most incredible things you will ever witness. Also, look no further than the area to escape the heat of the summer. Even in the dog days of summer, the average temperature during the day is 70 and nights can drop below freezing. Day trip opportunities "off the ranch" are abundant- anything from climbing one of the seven area 14K mountains, fishing the Rio Grande river, hiking the Continental Divide Trail, renting a jeep in Lake City and driving over Engineer Pass, as well as something as simple as having an ice cream cone, sitting on a Lake City bench. There is so much to see and do in one of the most beautiful areas of the Rockies. Thank you for taking a look at our cabin and we hope to see you there soon enjoying the simple life! Interaction with GuestsWe have an onsite manager who is a retired fire fighter out of CA. He knows this area like the back of his hand. He is there to help if you need anything, but you won’t see him if you don't. Other Things to NoteLocation: The cabin is located off of Highway 149 north of Creede between mile marker 56 and 57. The entrance will be before the start of Slumgullion Pass and Rambouillet Creek. As you turn in you will need to drive a mile or so before you will see the ranch Miles From: Lake City, CO – 17 Creede, CO – 36 Gunnison, CO – 72 Denver, CO – 272 Albuquerque, NM – 303 Weather: Average temps are around 70 day and 30 at night. Short rain storms can roll in almost every day, but it is usually just a quick storm Altitude: The cabin is at 10,500 feet. It may take a day to get acclimated to the altitude. Try to drink plenty of water before coming up and continue when at the ranch. Also water boils at a lower temperature at this altitude compared to sea level. This can alter cooking times for some dishes (pasta) Electricity: There is no electricity at the cabin. Everything runs off of propane. It has a full stove with 4 cook top burners, a refrigerator (not full size), and hot water Water: The water for the cabin comes directly from a mountain spring and it is tested each year Hot water: It has a standard water heater, just like you find in most homes TV/Internet/Cell Phones: None of these items can work off of propane (thankfully) so no to all Generators: we do not allow generators to be run at anytime. This is to keep the noise down Lights: The lights work off of propane and are turned on by a lever and using a match. Very simple operation. If you plan on reading at night you should bring a book light Heater: There is a wall heater in the cabin, but it retains heat well and you may not need the heater Kitchen: The kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, and full size sink Utensils, pots/pans, glasses and dishes: It has everything you need. You may want to bring some sturdy paper plates as it is all hand washing/drying Bathroom: The bathroom has a walk in showers, sink and a toilet Bath and dish towels, paper towels, and toilet paper: all are provided Cleaning supplies: dishwashing soap, garbage bags are provided Coffee: Coffee is brewed using a percolator. If you are not familiar with this type of brewing please see the links below: * Percolator overview: (URL HIDDEN) * How to brew: (URL HIDDEN) Fireplace and wood: It has a fireplace and there will be wood provided on your deck. If splitting is needed, it will have an ax and chopping block Dogs: Dogs are allowed. Please see below for policies -$25 per dog, per stay fee, with a $100 damage deposit per dog, at time of check-in. Deposit check will be destroyed after cabin is cleaned, if no damage occurs. -Limit of 2 dogs per stay. -Dogs must be kept under control at all times. -No loud or uncontrollable dogs. -Keep dogs off of furniture and beds. -Dogs cannot be left unattended in the cabin for a prolonged period of time. Portable pet kennels are available upon request. It is the renters responsibility to clean these before departing. -Renter to clean cabin of all dog hair before leaving. -When registering at check-in the pet owner agrees to abide by the Pet Policies. You are responsible for any damage or injury caused by your pet and must absolve us of any liability resulting from your pets action. Food: You will need to bring in all your food. Access to the nearest grocery stores is Lake City (17 miles) and Creede (36 miles). There is a small store at Freemons Ranch (over Spring Creek pass on the way to Creede) as well, but not a large selection. Grocery stores: Alamosa will have a couple large grocery stores with good prices. Also pick up your beer, wine and liquor there. If not, Creede will have a grocery store, but higher prices and a more limited choice. Lake City has a grocery store as well, but with the same situation as Creede Grills: It does have a gas grill on the deck How does food stay cool: There is a fridge in the kitchen, but it is smaller than normal. If your stay is only a couple days you will be just fine. If you have a big party and staying longer, then we suggest bringing in some coolers and ice. The ice will stay frozen if the coolers are kept outside Suggested food items (stuff you may not think about while the temps are in the 100’s where you are): hot chocolate mix (marshmallows) Good Meals: Pretty much everything will taste good up there, but here are a few suggestions that always seem to work well Breakfast - eggs, sausage, blueberry pancakes, cereal, etc. Lunch - sandwiches, etc. Dinner - steaks, grilled chicken, spaghetti, etc. Suggested Clothes: normal cool weather clothes. Bring some rain gear as well Other suggested items: batteries, flash light, binoculars, camera, lightweight fishing gear, sunscreen, lip balm, books and magazines Fishing on the Ranch: There are 5 ponds on the ranch that will provide great fishing by either using a fly rod or a basic rod/reel set up. There is a worm farm by the old corral next to the Willows cabin, if you choose to use a hook. We urge “catch and release” but keeping a few for dinner is always ok. Fly or spin fishing is also available in the small Cebolla Creek that runs through the ranch. Many streams and lakes are in the area nearby as well. Area attractions: For area things to do, scenic drives, outdoor recreation, and much more info about the Lake City area please see the Lake City Switchback website. ATV’s: We do not allow ATV’s to be driven on the ranch property. You can park your trailer in the barn area, and trailer them to the many trailheads in the area. Be sure and get the required permit by the state of Colorado.
            Home/Apartment
            2br Home/Apartment
            • Pets Allowed
            The Space***If this cabin is rented we have 6 other cabins listed on Airbnb that are two bedroom with some having lofts (2 twin beds). We also have a large cabin that can hold up to 12 people. The ranch is located on a 160 acres in a mountain valley and each cabin has plenty of privacy, so please do not think the cabins are stacked upon each other. There is nothing like Oleo Ranch in this area*** Oleo is 18 miles from Lake City on the backside of Slumgullion Pass. Basically we are between the start of Slum pass and Spring Creek pass in Quite Valley. You can (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Map Oleo Ranch and see our location. At 10,500 feet, this cabin is located in a remote part of southwest Colorado (between Creede and Lake City) and surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery the Rocky Mountains have to offer. It is secluded, offers privacy, and breathtaking views with comfortable accommodations. It’s built overlooking a beautiful valley. The cabin water is drawn directly out of the mountain it’s built upon. Propane gas runs appliances, lights and heats water for the kitchen and bathroom. Electricity is neither needed nor available, and we do enforce a no generator policy. Anything which needs to be plugged in will not be of use and you will not miss the electricity. You are truly "off the grid" at this cabin, and your mind and body will thank you for it. Don't worry, technology, electricity, restaurants and other conveniences are just a short beautiful drive over Slumgullion Pass into Lake City if need be. The cabin is pet friendly as well. Recreational activities around the cabin include miles and miles of scenic trails for mountain hiking/climbing, photography, fishing, or just relaxing. Moose and Elk are often seen and several kinds of hummingbirds are always around the feeders. The colorful wildflowers in summer, the wind blowing through the Aspens, and the spectacular fall foliage are nature at its best. Five stocked ponds and 1.5 miles of streams provide guests with private fishing, so beginners to avid fly fishermen will have ample opportunity to wet their lines. Peace and quiet is not something you have to seek out... the wind blowing through the Aspens will be the only thing you'll hear while reading your book on the deck. There is zero light pollution at night so stargazing is one of the most incredible things you will ever witness. Also, look no further than the area to escape the heat of the summer. Even in the dog days of summer, the average temperature during the day is 70 and nights can drop below freezing. Day trip opportunities "off the ranch" are abundant- anything from climbing one of the seven area 14K mountains, fishing the Rio Grande river, hiking the Continental Divide Trail, renting a jeep in Lake City and driving over Engineer Pass, as well as something as simple as having an ice cream cone, sitting on a Lake City bench. There is so much to see and do in one of the most beautiful areas of the Rockies. Thank you for taking a look at our cabin and we hope to see you there soon enjoying the simple life! ***There is no cell or internet which allows you to totally relax and not worry about looking at your phone 100 times a day. Reading a book becomes possible again. It is an amazing feeling for sure*** Interaction with GuestsWe have an onsite manager who is a retired fire fighter out of CA. He knows this area like the back of his hand. He is there to help if you need anything, but you won't see him if you don't. Other Things to NoteLocation: The cabin is located off of Highway 149 north of Creede between mile marker 56 and 57. The entrance will be before the start of Slumgullion Pass and Rambouillet Creek. As you turn in you will need to drive a mile or so before you will see the ranch Miles From: Lake City, CO – 17 Creede, CO – 36 Gunnison, CO – 72 Denver, CO – 272 Albuquerque, NM – 303 Weather: Average temps are around 70 day and 30 at night. Short rain storms can roll in almost every day, but it is usually just a quick storm Altitude: The cabin is at 10,500 feet. It may take a day to get acclimated to the altitude. Try to drink plenty of water before coming up and continue when at the ranch. Also water boils at a lower temperature at this altitude compared to sea level. This can alter cooking times for some dishes (pasta) Electricity: There is no electricity at the cabin. Everything runs off of propane. It has a full stove with 4 cook top burners, a refrigerator (not full size), and hot water Water: The water for the cabin comes directly from a mountain spring and it is tested each year Hot water: It has a standard water heater, just like you find in most homes TV/Internet/Cell Phones: None of these items can work off of propane (thankfully) so no to all Generators: we do not allow generators to be run at anytime. This is to keep the noise down Lights: The lights work off of propane and are turned on by a lever and using a match. Very simple operation. If you plan on reading at night you should bring a book light Heater: There is a wall heater in the cabin, but it retains heat well and you may not need the heater Kitchen: The kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, and full size sink Utensils, pots/pans, glasses and dishes: It has everything you need. You may want to bring some sturdy paper plates as it is all hand washing/drying Bathroom: The bathroom has a walk in showers, sink and a toilet Bath and dish towels, paper towels, and toilet paper: all are provided Cleaning supplies: dishwashing soap, garbage bags are provided Coffee: Coffee is brewed using a percolator. If you are not familiar with this type of brewing please see the links below: * Percolator overview: (URL HIDDEN) * How to brew: (URL HIDDEN) Fireplace and wood: It has a fireplace and there will be wood provided on your deck. If splitting is needed, it will have an ax and chopping block Dogs: Dogs are allowed. Please see below for policies -$25 per dog, per stay fee, with a $100 damage deposit per dog, at time of check-in. Deposit check will be destroyed after cabin is cleaned, if no damage occurs. -Limit of 2 dogs per stay. -Dogs must be kept under control at all times. -No loud or uncontrollable dogs. -Keep dogs off of furniture and beds. -Dogs cannot be left unattended in the cabin for a prolonged period of time. Portable pet kennels are available upon request. It is the renters responsibility to clean these before departing. -Renter to clean cabin of all dog hair before leaving. -When registering at check-in the pet owner agrees to abide by the Pet Policies. You are responsible for any damage or injury caused by your pet and must absolve us of any liability resulting from your pets action. Food: You will need to bring in all your food. Access to the nearest grocery stores is Lake City (17 miles) and Creede (36 miles). There is a small store at Freemons Ranch (over Spring Creek pass on the way to Creede) as well, but not a large selection. Grocery stores: Alamosa will have a couple large grocery stores with good prices. Also pick up your beer, wine and liquor there. If not, Creede will have a grocery store, but higher prices and a more limited choice. Lake City has a grocery store as well, but with the same situation as Creede Grills: It does have a gas grill on the deck How does food stay cool: There is a fridge in the kitchen, but it is smaller than normal. If your stay is only a couple days you will be just fine. If you have a big party and staying longer, then we suggest bringing in some coolers and ice. The ice will stay frozen if the coolers are kept outside Suggested food items (stuff you may not think about while the temps are in the 100’s where you are): hot chocolate mix (marshmallows) Good Meals: Pretty much everything will taste good up there, but here are a few suggestions that always seem to work well Breakfast - eggs, sausage, blueberry pancakes, cereal, etc. Lunch - sandwiches, etc. Dinner - steaks, grilled chicken, spaghetti, etc. Suggested Clothes: normal cool weather clothes. Bring some rain gear as well Other suggested items: batteries, flash light, binoculars, camera, lightweight fishing gear, sunscreen, lip balm, books and magazines Fishing on the Ranch: There are 5 ponds on the ranch that will provide great fishing by either using a fly rod or a basic rod/reel set up. There is a worm farm by the old corral next to the Willows cabin, if you choose to use a hook. We urge “catch and release” but keeping a few for dinner is always ok. Fly or spin fishing is also available in the small Cebolla Creek that runs through the ranch. Many streams and lakes are in the area nearby as well. Area attractions: For area things to do, scenic drives, outdoor recreation, and much more info about the Lake City area please see the Lake City Switchback website. ATV’s: We do not allow ATV’s to be driven on the ranch property. You can park your trailer in the barn area, and trailer them to the many trailheads in the area. Be sure and get the required permit by the state of Colorado.
            Home/Apartment
            2br Home/Apartment
            • Pets Allowed
            • Parking
            The Space***If this cabin is rented we have 6 other cabins listed on Airbnb that are two bedroom with some having lofts (2 twin beds). We also have a large cabin that can hold up to 12 people. The ranch is located on a 160 acres in a mountain valley and each cabin has plenty of privacy, so please do not think the cabins are stacked upon each other. There is nothing like Oleo Ranch in this area*** Oleo is 18 miles from Lake City on the backside of Slumgullion Pass. Basically we are between the start of Slum pass and Spring Creek pass in Quite Valley. You can (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Map Oleo Ranch and see our location. At 10,500 feet, this cabin is located in a remote part of southwest Colorado (between Creede and Lake City) and surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery the Rocky Mountains have to offer. It is secluded, offers privacy, and breathtaking views with comfortable accommodations. It’s built overlooking a beautiful valley. The cabin water is drawn directly out of the mountain it’s built upon. Propane gas runs appliances, lights and heats water for the kitchen and bathroom. Electricity is neither needed nor available, and we do enforce a no generator policy. Anything which needs to be plugged in will not be of use and you will not miss the electricity. You are truly "off the grid" at this cabin, and your mind and body will thank you for it. Don't worry, technology, electricity, restaurants and other conveniences are just a short beautiful drive over Slumgullion Pass into Lake City if need be. The cabin is pet friendly as well. Recreational activities around the cabin include miles and miles of scenic trails for mountain hiking/climbing, photography, fishing, or just relaxing. Moose and Elk are often seen and several kinds of hummingbirds are always around the feeders. The colorful wildflowers in summer, the wind blowing through the Aspens, and the spectacular fall foliage are nature at its best. Five stocked ponds and 1.5 miles of streams provide guests with private fishing, so beginners to avid fly fishermen will have ample opportunity to wet their lines. Peace and quiet is not something you have to seek out... the wind blowing through the Aspens will be the only thing you'll hear while reading your book on the deck. There is zero light pollution at night so stargazing is one of the most incredible things you will ever witness. Also, look no further than the area to escape the heat of the summer. Even in the dog days of summer, the average temperature during the day is 70 and nights can drop below freezing. Day trip opportunities "off the ranch" are abundant- anything from climbing one of the seven area 14K mountains, fishing the Rio Grande river, hiking the Continental Divide Trail, renting a jeep in Lake City and driving over Engineer Pass, as well as something as simple as having an ice cream cone, sitting on a Lake City bench. There is so much to see and do in one of the most beautiful areas of the Rockies. Thank you for taking a look at our cabin and we hope to see you there soon enjoying the simple life! Interaction with GuestsWe have a manager onsite that lives in one of the cabins for the summer. He is an amazing person who is a retired fire fighter out of CA. His family may or may not be there depending on when they come out from CA. The NeighborhoodOleo is unique and you just have to stay here to understand why. Other Things to Note***There is no cell or internet which allows you to totally relax and not worry about looking at your phone 100 times a day. Reading a book becomes possible again. It is an amazing feeling for sure*** Location: Oleo is located off of Highway 149 north of Creede between mile marker 56 and 57. The entrance will be before the start of Slumgullion Pass and Rambouillet Creek. As you turn in you will need to drive a mile or so before you will see the ranch. You will see the Oleo Ranch sign from the highway. Miles From: Lake City, CO – 18 Creede, CO – 36 Gunnison, CO – 72 Denver, CO – 272 Albuquerque, NM – 303 Weather: Average temps are around 70 day and 30 at night. Short rain storms can roll in almost every day, but it is usually just a quick storm Altitude: Oleo is at 10,500 feet. It may take a day to get acclimated to the altitude. Try to drink plenty of water before coming up and continue when at the ranch. Also water boils at a lower temperature at this altitude compared to sea level. This can alter cooking times for some dishes (pasta) Electricity: There is no electricity at the ranch. Everything runs off of propane. Each cabin has a full stove with 4 cook top burners, a refrigerator (not full size), and hot water Water: The water for the ranch comes directly from a mountain spring and is tested each year Hot water: Each cabin has a standard water heater, just like you find in most homes TV/Internet/Cell Phones: None of these items can work off of propane (thankfully) so no to all Generators: we do not allow generators to be run at any time. This is to keep the noise down Lights: The lights work off of propane and are turned on by a lever and using a match. Very simple operation. If you plan on reading at night you should bring a book light Heater: There is a wall heater in each cabin, but the cabins retain heat well and you may not need the heater Kitchen: The kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, and full size sink Utensils, pots/pans, glasses and dishes: Each cabin has everything you need. You may want to bring some sturdy paper plates as it is all hand washing/drying Bathroom: The bathrooms have walk in showers, sink and a toilet Bath and dish towels, paper towels, and toilet paper: all are provided Cleaning supplies: dishwashing soap, garbage bags are provided Coffee: Coffee is brewed using a percolator. Fireplace and wood: each cabin has a fireplace and there will be wood provided on your deck. If splitting is needed, each cabin will have an ax and chopping block Dogs: Dogs are allowed. Please see below for policies •$25 per dog, per stay fee, with a $100 damage deposit per dog, at time of check-in. Deposit check will be destroyed after cabin is cleaned, if no damage occurs. Food: You will need to bring in all your food. Access to the nearest grocery stores is Lake City (17 miles) and Creede (36 miles). There is a small store at Freemons Ranch (over Spring Creek pass on the way to Creede) as well, but not a large selection. Grocery stores: Alamosa will have a couple large grocery stores with good prices. Also pick up your beer, wine and liquor there. If not, Creede will have a grocery store, but higher prices and a more limited choice. Lake City has a grocery store as well, but with the same situation as Creede Grills: Each cabin has a gas grill on the deck How does food stay cool: There is a fridge in each cabin, but it is smaller than normal. If your stay is only a couple days you will be just fine. If you have a big party and staying longer, then we suggest bringing in some coolers and ice. The ice will stay frozen if the coolers are kept outside Good Meals: Pretty much everything will taste good up there, but here are a few suggestions that always seem to work well Breakfast – eggs, sausage, blueberry pancakes, cereal, etc. Lunch – sandwiches, etc. Dinner – steaks, grilled chicken, spaghetti, baked potatoes, chili, corn bread, etc. Food taste pretty darn good up there so plenty of options. Suggested Clothes: normal cool weather clothes. Bring some rain gear as well. It can get very cold in evenings and will be in morning. Expect 30’s even in July. Bring some mud boots if you plan to fly fish in river. Other suggested items: batteries, flash light, binoculars, camera, lightweight fishing gear, sunscreen, lip balm, books and magazines. Without the internet it is possible to finish a book so bring that one you been planning on reading for some time now. Fishing on the Ranch: There are 5 ponds on the ranch that will provide great fishing by either using a fly rod or a basic rod/reel set up. There is a worm farm by the old corral next to the Willows cabin, if you choose to use a hook. We urge “catch and release” but keeping a few for dinner is always ok. Fly or spin fishing is also available in the small Cebolla Creek that runs through the ranch. Many streams and lakes are in the area nearby as well. ATV’s: We do not allow ATV’s to be driven on the ranch property. You can park your trailer in the barn area, and trailer them to the many trailheads in the area.
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            3br Home/Apartment
            • Pets Allowed
            • Parking
            The Space***If this cabin is rented we have 6 other cabins listed on Airbnb that are two bedroom with some having lofts (2 twin beds). We also have a large cabin that can hold up to 12 people. The ranch is located on a 160 acres in a mountain valley and each cabin has plenty of privacy, so please do not think the cabins are stacked upon each other. There is nothing like Oleo Ranch in this area*** Oleo is 18 miles from Lake City on the backside of Slumgullion Pass. Basically we are between the start of Slum pass and Spring Creek pass in Quite Valley. You can (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Map Oleo Ranch and see our location. At 10,500 feet, this cabin is located in a remote part of southwest Colorado (between Creede and Lake City) and surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery the Rocky Mountains have to offer. It is secluded, offers privacy, and breathtaking views with comfortable accommodations. It’s built overlooking a beautiful valley. The cabin water is drawn directly out of the mountain it’s built upon. Propane gas runs appliances, lights and heats water for the kitchen and bathroom. Electricity is neither needed nor available, and we do enforce a no generator policy. Anything which needs to be plugged in will not be of use and you will not miss the electricity. You are truly "off the grid" at this cabin, and your mind and body will thank you for it. Don't worry, technology, electricity, restaurants and other conveniences are just a short beautiful drive over Slumgullion Pass into Lake City if need be. The cabin is pet friendly as well. Recreational activities around the cabin include miles and miles of scenic trails for mountain hiking/climbing, photography, fishing, or just relaxing. Moose and Elk are often seen and several kinds of hummingbirds are always around the feeders. The colorful wildflowers in summer, the wind blowing through the Aspens, and the spectacular fall foliage are nature at its best. Five stocked ponds and 1.5 miles of streams provide guests with private fishing, so beginners to avid fly fishermen will have ample opportunity to wet their lines. Peace and quiet is not something you have to seek out... the wind blowing through the Aspens will be the only thing you'll hear while reading your book on the deck. There is zero light pollution at night so stargazing is one of the most incredible things you will ever witness. Also, look no further than the area to escape the heat of the summer. Even in the dog days of summer, the average temperature during the day is 70 and nights can drop below freezing. Day trip opportunities "off the ranch" are abundant- anything from climbing one of the seven area 14K mountains, fishing the Rio Grande river, hiking the Continental Divide Trail, renting a jeep in Lake City and driving over Engineer Pass, as well as something as simple as having an ice cream cone, sitting on a Lake City bench. There is so much to see and do in one of the most beautiful areas of the Rockies. Thank you for taking a look at our cabin and we hope to see you there soon enjoying the simple life! ***There is no cell or internet which allows you to totally relax and not worry about looking at your phone 100 times a day. Reading a book becomes possible again. It is an amazing feeling for sure*** Interaction with GuestsWe have an onsite manager who is a retired fire fighter out of CA. He knows this area like the back of his hand. He is there to help if you need anything, but you won’t see him if you don't. Other Things to NoteLocation: The cabin is located off of Highway 149 north of Creede between mile marker 56 and 57. The entrance will be before the start of Slumgullion Pass and Rambouillet Creek. As you turn in you will need to drive a mile or so before you will see the ranch Miles From: Lake City, CO – 17 Creede, CO – 36 Gunnison, CO – 72 Denver, CO – 272 Albuquerque, NM – 303 Weather: Average temps are around 70 day and 30 at night. Short rain storms can roll in almost every day, but it is usually just a quick storm Altitude: The cabin is at 10,500 feet. It may take a day to get acclimated to the altitude. Try to drink plenty of water before coming up and continue when at the ranch. Also water boils at a lower temperature at this altitude compared to sea level. This can alter cooking times for some dishes (pasta) Electricity: There is no electricity at the cabin. Everything runs off of propane. It has a full stove with 4 cook top burners, a refrigerator (not full size), and hot water Water: The water for the cabin comes directly from a mountain spring and it is tested each year Hot water: It has a standard water heater, just like you find in most homes TV/Internet/Cell Phones: None of these items can work off of propane (thankfully) so no to all Generators: we do not allow generators to be run at anytime. This is to keep the noise down Lights: The lights work off of propane and are turned on by a lever and using a match. Very simple operation. If you plan on reading at night you should bring a book light Heater: There is a wall heater in the cabin, but it retains heat well and you may not need the heater Kitchen: The kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, and full size sink Utensils, pots/pans, glasses and dishes: It has everything you need. You may want to bring some sturdy paper plates as it is all hand washing/drying Bathroom: The bathroom has a walk in showers, sink and a toilet Bath and dish towels, paper towels, and toilet paper: all are provided Cleaning supplies: dishwashing soap, garbage bags are provided Coffee: Coffee is brewed using a percolator. If you are not familiar with this type of brewing please see the links below: * Percolator overview: (URL HIDDEN) * How to brew: (URL HIDDEN) Fireplace and wood: It has a fireplace and there will be wood provided on your deck. If splitting is needed, it will have an ax and chopping block Dogs: Dogs are allowed. Please see below for policies -$25 per dog, per stay fee, with a $100 damage deposit per dog, at time of check-in. Deposit check will be destroyed after cabin is cleaned, if no damage occurs. -Limit of 2 dogs per stay. -Dogs must be kept under control at all times. -No loud or uncontrollable dogs. -Keep dogs off of furniture and beds. -Dogs cannot be left unattended in the cabin for a prolonged period of time. Portable pet kennels are available upon request. It is the renters responsibility to clean these before departing. -Renter to clean cabin of all dog hair before leaving. -When registering at check-in the pet owner agrees to abide by the Pet Policies. You are responsible for any damage or injury caused by your pet and must absolve us of any liability resulting from your pets action. Food: You will need to bring in all your food. Access to the nearest grocery stores is Lake City (17 miles) and Creede (36 miles). There is a small store at Freemons Ranch (over Spring Creek pass on the way to Creede) as well, but not a large selection. Grocery stores: Alamosa will have a couple large grocery stores with good prices. Also pick up your beer, wine and liquor there. If not, Creede will have a grocery store, but higher prices and a more limited choice. Lake City has a grocery store as well, but with the same situation as Creede Grills: It does have a gas grill on the deck How does food stay cool: There is a fridge in the kitchen, but it is smaller than normal. If your stay is only a couple days you will be just fine. If you have a big party and staying longer, then we suggest bringing in some coolers and ice. The ice will stay frozen if the coolers are kept outside Suggested food items (stuff you may not think about while the temps are in the 100’s where you are): hot chocolate mix (marshmallows) Good Meals: Pretty much everything will taste good up there, but here are a few suggestions that always seem to work well Breakfast - eggs, sausage, blueberry pancakes, cereal, etc. Lunch - sandwiches, etc. Dinner - steaks, grilled chicken, spaghetti, etc. Suggested Clothes: normal cool weather clothes. Bring some rain gear as well Other suggested items: batteries, flash light, binoculars, camera, lightweight fishing gear, sunscreen, lip balm, books and magazines Fishing on the Ranch: There are 5 ponds on the ranch that will provide great fishing by either using a fly rod or a basic rod/reel set up. There is a worm farm by the old corral next to the Willows cabin, if you choose to use a hook. We urge “catch and release” but keeping a few for dinner is always ok. Fly or spin fishing is also available in the small Cebolla Creek that runs through the ranch. Many streams and lakes are in the area nearby as well. Area attractions: For area things to do, scenic drives, outdoor recreation, and much more info about the Lake City area please see the Lake City Switchback website. ATV’s: We do not allow ATV’s to be driven on the ranch property. You can park your trailer in the barn area, and trailer them to the many trailheads in the area. Be sure and get the required permit by the state of Colorado.
            Home/Apartment
            2br Home/Apartment
            • Pets Allowed
            • Parking
            The Space***If this cabin is rented we have 6 other cabins listed on Airbnb that are two bedroom with some having lofts (2 twin beds). We also have a large cabin that can hold up to 12 people. The ranch is located on a 160 acres in a mountain valley and each cabin has plenty of privacy, so please do not think the cabins are stacked upon each other. There is nothing like Oleo Ranch in this area*** Oleo is 18 miles from Lake City on the backside of Slumgullion Pass. Basically we are between the start of Slum pass and Spring Creek pass in Quite Valley. You can (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) Map Oleo Ranch and see our location. At 10,500 feet, this cabin is located in a remote part of southwest Colorado (between Creede and Lake City) and surrounded by some of the most beautiful scenery the Rocky Mountains have to offer. It is secluded, offers privacy, and breathtaking views with comfortable accommodations. It’s built overlooking a beautiful valley. The cabin water is drawn directly out of the mountain it’s built upon. Propane gas runs appliances, lights and heats water for the kitchen and bathroom. Electricity is neither needed nor available, and we do enforce a no generator policy. Anything which needs to be plugged in will not be of use and you will not miss the electricity. You are truly "off the grid" at this cabin, and your mind and body will thank you for it. Don't worry, technology, electricity, restaurants and other conveniences are just a short beautiful drive over Slumgullion Pass into Lake City if need be. The cabin is pet friendly as well. Recreational activities around the cabin include miles and miles of scenic trails for mountain hiking/climbing, photography, fishing, or just relaxing. Moose and Elk are often seen and several kinds of hummingbirds are always around the feeders. The colorful wildflowers in summer, the wind blowing through the Aspens, and the spectacular fall foliage are nature at its best. Five stocked ponds and 1.5 miles of streams provide guests with private fishing, so beginners to avid fly fishermen will have ample opportunity to wet their lines. Peace and quiet is not something you have to seek out... the wind blowing through the Aspens will be the only thing you'll hear while reading your book on the deck. There is zero light pollution at night so stargazing is one of the most incredible things you will ever witness. Also, look no further than the area to escape the heat of the summer. Even in the dog days of summer, the average temperature during the day is 70 and nights can drop below freezing. Day trip opportunities "off the ranch" are abundant- anything from climbing one of the seven area 14K mountains, fishing the Rio Grande river, hiking the Continental Divide Trail, renting a jeep in Lake City and driving over Engineer Pass, as well as something as simple as having an ice cream cone, sitting on a Lake City bench. There is so much to see and do in one of the most beautiful areas of the Rockies. Thank you for taking a look at our cabin and we hope to see you there soon enjoying the simple life! Interaction with GuestsWe have an onsite manager who is a retired fire fighter out of CA. He knows this area like the back of his hand. He is there to help if you need anything, but you won’t see him if you don't. Other Things to NoteLocation: The cabin is located off of Highway 149 north of Creede between mile marker 56 and 57. The entrance will be before the start of Slumgullion Pass and Rambouillet Creek. As you turn in you will need to drive a mile or so before you will see the ranch Miles From: Lake City, CO – 17 Creede, CO – 36 Gunnison, CO – 72 Denver, CO – 272 Albuquerque, NM – 303 Weather: Average temps are around 70 day and 30 at night. Short rain storms can roll in almost every day, but it is usually just a quick storm Altitude: The cabin is at 10,500 feet. It may take a day to get acclimated to the altitude. Try to drink plenty of water before coming up and continue when at the ranch. Also water boils at a lower temperature at this altitude compared to sea level. This can alter cooking times for some dishes (pasta) Electricity: There is no electricity at the cabin. Everything runs off of propane. It has a full stove with 4 cook top burners, a refrigerator (not full size), and hot water Water: The water for the cabin comes directly from a mountain spring and it is tested each year Hot water: It has a standard water heater, just like you find in most homes TV/Internet/Cell Phones: None of these items can work off of propane (thankfully) so no to all Generators: we do not allow generators to be run at anytime. This is to keep the noise down Lights: The lights work off of propane and are turned on by a lever and using a match. Very simple operation. If you plan on reading at night you should bring a book light Heater: There is a wall heater in the cabin, but it retains heat well and you may not need the heater Kitchen: The kitchen has a stove, refrigerator, and full size sink Utensils, pots/pans, glasses and dishes: It has everything you need. You may want to bring some sturdy paper plates as it is all hand washing/drying Bathroom: The bathroom has a walk in showers, sink and a toilet Bath and dish towels, paper towels, and toilet paper: all are provided Cleaning supplies: dishwashing soap, garbage bags are provided Coffee: Coffee is brewed using a percolator. If you are not familiar with this type of brewing please see the links below: * Percolator overview: (URL HIDDEN) * How to brew: (URL HIDDEN) Fireplace and wood: It has a fireplace and there will be wood provided on your deck. If splitting is needed, it will have an ax and chopping block Dogs: Dogs are allowed. Please see below for policies -$25 per dog, per stay fee, with a $100 damage deposit per dog, at time of check-in. Deposit check will be destroyed after cabin is cleaned, if no damage occurs. -Limit of 2 dogs per stay. -Dogs must be kept under control at all times. -No loud or uncontrollable dogs. -Keep dogs off of furniture and beds. -Dogs cannot be left unattended in the cabin for a prolonged period of time. Portable pet kennels are available upon request. It is the renters responsibility to clean these before departing. -Renter to clean cabin of all dog hair before leaving. -When registering at check-in the pet owner agrees to abide by the Pet Policies. You are responsible for any damage or injury caused by your pet and must absolve us of any liability resulting from your pets action. Food: You will need to bring in all your food. Access to the nearest grocery stores is Lake City (17 miles) and Creede (36 miles). There is a small store at Freemons Ranch (over Spring Creek pass on the way to Creede) as well, but not a large selection. Grocery stores: Alamosa will have a couple large grocery stores with good prices. Also pick up your beer, wine and liquor there. If not, Creede will have a grocery store, but higher prices and a more limited choice. Lake City has a grocery store as well, but with the same situation as Creede Grills: It does have a gas grill on the deck How does food stay cool: There is a fridge in the kitchen, but it is smaller than normal. If your stay is only a couple days you will be just fine. If you have a big party and staying longer, then we suggest bringing in some coolers and ice. The ice will stay frozen if the coolers are kept outside Suggested food items (stuff you may not think about while the temps are in the 100’s where you are): hot chocolate mix (marshmallows) Good Meals: Pretty much everything will taste good up there, but here are a few suggestions that always seem to work well Breakfast - eggs, sausage, blueberry pancakes, cereal, etc. Lunch - sandwiches, etc. Dinner - steaks, grilled chicken, spaghetti, etc. Suggested Clothes: normal cool weather clothes. Bring some rain gear as well Other suggested items: batteries, flash light, binoculars, camera, lightweight fishing gear, sunscreen, lip balm, books and magazines Fishing on the Ranch: There are 5 ponds on the ranch that will provide great fishing by either using a fly rod or a basic rod/reel set up. There is a worm farm by the old corral next to the Willows cabin, if you choose to use a hook. We urge “catch and release” but keeping a few for dinner is always ok. Fly or spin fishing is also available in the small Cebolla Creek that runs through the ranch. Many streams and lakes are in the area nearby as well. Area attractions: For area things to do, scenic drives, outdoor recreation, and much more info about the Lake City area please see the Lake City Switchback website. ATV’s: We do not allow ATV’s to be driven on the ranch property. You can park your trailer in the barn area, and trailer them to the many trailheads in the area. Be sure and get the required permit by the state of Colorado.
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            38br hotel
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            Situated in Lake City, this cabin is in the same region as Uncompahgre Peak and Wetterhorn Peak.
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            Enjoy your visit to Lake City with a stay at Iron Kettle Cabin Vacation Rental. You'll have free perks like WiFi and self parking. Homes feature kitchens and living rooms.
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            Enjoy your visit to Lake City with a stay at Mountain House Vacation Rental. Free self parking is an added perk, and guests can keep active with onsite volleyball. Homes offer upscale touches like fireplaces and jetted tubs, along with kitchens and washers/dryers.
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            When visiting Lake City, Lodge Vacation Rental is a great choice to consider. Free self parking is an added perk, and guests can keep active with onsite volleyball. Homes feature kitchens and living rooms.
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            When visiting Lake City, Ponderosa Vacation Rental is a great choice to consider. Freebies like WiFi and self parking are added perks, and guests can keep active with onsite volleyball. Homes feature kitchens, balconies or patios, and living rooms.