Rand, CO, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Rand

Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceThe cabin has three bedrooms, however the third bedroom will not be included. We will keep it locked. ATV, snowmobile and kayaks are available for rental. The cabin is within a pine forest and it is a very peaceful place for a vacation. ATV \ snowmobile right out the front door. Lake John, Miller Lake, Rob and Roy Lake are nearby for fishing and kayaking. Guest AccessKitchen, laundry, and upstairs private living area including second bedroom and bathroom! We will lock our bedroom (3rd bedroom is for Owner only) Interaction with GuestsWe can provide assistance to guide you to get familiar with the area , however we will respect your privacy and will be there when needed only. The NeighborhoodThe location is 26 miles north of Walden, Colorado and two miles from Wyocolo. Forty miles west of Laramie on highway 230. Elevation is 9300 ft. Over six hundred miles of trails. Ride Colorado and Wyoming in the same day. Enjoy the scenic 90 minutes drive to Steamboat Springs and never miss the hot springs experience when you are there. Getting AroundYou need to have your own transportation, there is no public transportation Other Things to NoteThere is no cable TV, however, we provide some DVD for your enjoyment. High speed internet WiFi. Fire wood is provided for camp fires.
hotel
38br hotel
  • Breakfast
  • Gym
  • Parking
  • Pets Allowed
  • Swimming Pool
  • Wifi
Situated in the mountains, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of North Park Visitors Bureau, Walden Town Hall, and North Park Pioneer Museum.
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceWe are on the east edge of our small town, with space for parking trailers and vehicles. The view from our big front porch is spectacular, and our location is quiet, with very little traffic. Guest AccessYou will have access to the kitchen, living and dining space, along with the laundry facilities and large yard. The bathroom is shared only if both bedrooms are occupied at the same time, and we will share the master bath, if need be Interaction with GuestsWe love to interact with our guests, since that is one of the main reasons we have an airbnb listing, but if you prefer solitude we will honor that too. The NeighborhoodWe love the vast blue skies, sunshine, dry, thin air and beautiful mountain views, along with the incredible starry nights we regularly enjoy here in North Park Getting AroundThere is no public transit in Walden, but we frequently make the trek to Denver (200 miles) or Ft. Collins (100 miles) and would be happy to make arrangements to pick you up or drop you off. We have a nice airport, so if you fly in, we can pick you up, and usually have an extra vehicle you can use in the Park
Bedroom
Bedroom
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceWe have 2 extra bedrooms in our home, and we love to share them with travelers, as they journey on their adventures. This bedroom has a full size bed, and the other a queen bed. If you need both, go to our listing "Friendly Space in Mountain Home" and reserve that one too. There is one full bathroom, and the living, dining and kitchen common areas for use by all. If you need to do laundry, we can accommodate that, too. Guest AccessWe have a nice big deck with an incredible mountain view, which we love to share with friends. Smoking is only allowed outside, as we have allergies, and we'd prefer not to have pets due to that reason, too; and in the winter, it's too cold to leave them outside. We do not have a fenced in yard. There is plenty of room for parking cars, trucks and trailers if you have them. Interaction with GuestsWe will usually be around to greet you and settle you in. Depending on when you arrive, you're welcome to join us for a meal. If you prefer some solitude, that's fine, too. Both of us work during the day, Monday through Saturday, but one of us is usually home by 6 pm. The NeighborhoodWe live on the edge of town, and town consists of around 500 people. Our neighborhood is quiet, and the views to the east are spectacular from our front porch. Getting AroundMost likely, if you have come to Walden, you have your own vehicle, or have ridden with someone else. We do not have a taxi, or bus or train or Uber. We DO have an airport that can accommodate landing a 737, but don't see many of those. If you do happen to fly in, just call us and we'll pick you up at the airport. And we usually have an extra vehicle, if you need one to explore North Park. Other Things to NoteOur little town has 2 restaurants, a bowling alley with great food, a pizza/sub/ice cream place that is occasionally open, and a bar that serves some food. We have a great swimming pool that also has workout equipment and public showers, a nice library and a terrific pioneer museum.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The SpaceIf this cabin is not available for your trip, please check our profile for our other cabin rentals! The Forge, The Galaxy and the Trapper Cabin. If you are looking to relax and escape hectic life, you have found the perfect spot. We are not in the back yard of Boulder, we are not 15 minutes from Denver. We are out (URL HIDDEN) the wilderness, in a very remote, sparsely populated area on the Colorado/Wyoming border. The wildlife is plenty and the locals are loggers, ranchers and other tough folks who have what it takes to make a living in a rugged mountain county. Situated on an isolated, forested mountainside and built in the 1800's, this one room, historical, authentic trapper's cabin still stands. Be prepared to rough it, although in rugged luxury. It is approximately 200 square feet studio with a king-size bed, a small sitting area, and a primitive kitchen area. The cabin is constructed of hand chinked, log, antique railroad ties, with a simple pine floor, and exposed beam vaulted ceilings. The rugged décor is locally collected or found, and authentically western. There are incredible views of mountain landscapes out every window. It is a rustic cabin-which means there is no indoor plumbing. This requires making trips to the nearby new, hand built, clean outhouse when needed. The outhouse is located 60 feet from cabin, and shared with the other guests. Potable and drinking water are provided inside the room. There is a small microwave, drinkable water dispenser (hot and cold), coffee maker (and coffee), and a small cuisine-art hot plate electric burner inside the cabin. Prepare for a visit to The Trapper Cabin like you would a camping trip, with these amenities provided The bed is a luxurious, clean king size pillow-top bed, topped with a down comforter. The Trapper Cabin has limited access to electricity. The cabin is heated by wood stove/electric space heater. During the months October thru May, wood stove heat is essential. We will make sure you are comfortable operating the stove (quite easy) and will stoke it for you if you head out on a day trip and we are home. Depending on the weather, a few stokes during the night might be necessary. The front porch is where you spend most of your time taking in the wild surroundings, or at the nearby communal campfire ring, breathing the crisp mountain air. The entire 25-acre property consists of three rental cabins, our home and a communal teepee. The cabins are located on approximately 10 acres and although private, they are in somewhat close proximity of each other. (see photo) Guest AccessWe are located next to hundreds and hundreds of acres of the Routt/Medicine Bow National Forest. Situated in the Medicine Bow Mountain Range, at 8700ft elevation, our property overlooks the dramatic, breathtaking view through Kings Canyon with the Zirkel Wilderness in the backdrop. The majestic high elevation peaks are usually snowcapped all year long. Walk, ski, snowmachine, or four wheel drive up endless winding logging roads and discover an untouched, rugged wilderness leading into Wyoming, full of remnants of pioneer cabins, 19th century logging and mining camps, and wildlife. Guests are welcome to roam our 25 acre property and hang out in our teepee on the mountain top, with a breathtaking view. We have snowshoes available to rent. We also offer a menu of ATV trips starting at $30 for a (hour) trip for two up to an old copper mine on the mountain. The ATV fits our driver and two guests. Signing the waiver is required. We do not have ATV rentals for guests to head out on their own yet, but are planning to add this adventure soon. We are located close to Natural Hot Springs (Saratoga, Wyoming 60 miles and Steamboat Springs, Colorado 80 miles), for a fun day’s adventure. There is a public natural sand dunes area 5 miles from our property. We have lots of space and are open to renting RV spaces with electricity available Interaction with GuestsWe are around to answer questions or help with anything you might need. We also realize what a perfect spot you will be in to decompress and un-stress from a busy life and respect your privacy during your stay. We do have a (nice) dog that roams freely on our property, and occasionally visiting fox, elk, moose and deer. We are more than happy to refer you to local fishing guides, hiking trails, local hunting outfitters etc. The NeighborhoodWe are located in a very isolated part of Colorado. Jackson County is about 1500 square miles and the population is 1500 people. That is one person per square mile. Our neighbors are wild. Really wild. Elk, fox, coyote, moose, bear, birds, rabbits, and many, many more creatures often wander from their home to ours. "North Park" is what the locals generally refer to this large, undiscovered area. If you are an outdoors person, or want to reconnect to the outdoors, we are in a perfect spot, as not only our immediate surroundings, but the entire park is full of mountain hiking trails, lost alpine lakes, and undiscovered fishing streams. Getting AroundThe nearest airport is 50 miles away in Laramie, Wyoming. If your reservation is 3 nights plus, we can pick you up and return you to the Laramie, Wyoming airport ($100 charge). Other airport choices are Denver International Airport (200 miles) or Yampa Valley Regional Airport (100 miles), near Steamboat, Colorado. If you plan on renting a vehicle, you do not need 4wd to access or property. We have plenty of parking spaces. We are located in a perfect area for motorcycle touring, as you can make circles back to our location traveling over different fairly low traffic, high altitude, amazing mountain passes in every direction, both in Colorado and Wyoming. Popular passes easily accessible within a day's drive are: Snowy Mountain Scenic Byway, Rocky Mountain National Park, Cameron Pass, Rabbit Ears Pass, Muddy Pass, Woods Creek Pass, Battle Mountain Pass, Willow Creek Pass, and Poudre Canyon Scenic Byway. Other Things to NoteOUTHOUSE. Make sure you realize and can cope with the bathroom being new, clean, well-kept outhouse about 50 yards from the cabin. During the months October thru May, wood stove heat is essential. We will make sure you are comfortable operating the stove (quite easy) and will stoke it for you if you head out on a day trip and we are home. Depending on the weather, a few stokes during the night might be necessary. Cell and wifi service is very spotty. We can provide emergency phone and internet from our home connections. We hope our guests find this a romantic opportunity to be still, unplugged, and connect with themselves to nature. Be sure you hand enter our address 103 County Road 46 Walden Colorado into your GPS map for directions. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) and other services will try to change it into a recognizable address as we are so remote it doesn't always find us. Review the directions before you depart as you will be traveling in and out of serviceable areas. We do not book back-to-back reservations. This means you will get a full two days visit with only a one night stay, which we think is necessary for experiencing all we have to offer. Bring a coat. Even in the summer. Showers are available for purchase 7 miles down the road at WyColo Lodge. Walden Colorado is the nearest town with restaurants, gas and services. Showers are available at the pool. There is a rugged, (in a good way) western mountain bar that serves drinks and food 7 miles from the cabin. (WyColo Lodge). It is our favorite hang out with great owners, strong drinks, extra nice service and sometimes a stomp-down-live-music-get-it-on-mountainfolk-good time on Friday nights.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The Space*If this cabin is not available for your trip, please check our profile for our other cabin rentals! The Forge, The Galaxy and the Trapper Cabin. If you are looking to relax and escape hectic life, you have found the perfect spot. We are not in the back yard of Boulder, we are not 15 minutes from Denver. We are out (URL HIDDEN) the wilderness, in a very remote, sparsely populated area on the Colorado/Wyoming border. The wildlife is plenty and the locals are loggers, ranchers and other tough folks who have what it takes to make a living in a rugged mountain county. Situated on an isolated, forested mountainside and built in the 1800's, this remote, pioneer mountain-man cabin still stands. It is approximately 500 square feet and includes a kitchen, living room and bedroom. The cabin is constructed of hand chinked, log, antique railroad ties, with a simple pine floor, and exposed beam vaulted ceilings. The rugged décor is locally collected or found, and authentically western. There are incredible views of mountain landscapes out every window. It is a rustic cabin-which means there is no indoor plumbing. This requires making trips to the nearby new, hand built, clean outhouse when needed. The outhouse is located 50 feet from cabin, and shared with other guests. Potable and drinking water are provided inside the room. The kitchen features a water cooler (hot and cold water), microwave, coffee pot with coffee, cuisine-art double electric hot plate burner, and regular size refrigerator. Prepare for a visit to The Galaxy Cabin like you would a camping trip, with these amenities provided. The bedroom has a luxurious, clean king size pillow-top bed, topped with a down comforter. The Galaxy Cabin is wired to electricity with plenty of outlets. The cabin is heated by wood stove/electric space heater. During the months October thru May, it is essential you are willing to maintain a fire in the wood stove. A short tutorial of the wood stove and how to operate it will be given. We provide the wood. This cabin can sleep two extra people on comfortable double fold-out couch ($25 per person). The front porch is where you spend most of your time taking in the wild surroundings, or at the nearby communal campfire ring, breathing the crisp mountain air. The entire 25 acre property consists of three rental cabins, our home and a communal teepee. The cabins are located on approximately 10 acres and although private, they are in somewhat close proximity of each other. (see photo) Guest AccessWe are located next to hundreds and hundreds of National Forest. Situated in the Medicine Bow Mountain Range, at 8700 ft elevation, our property overlooks the dramatic, breathtaking view through Kings Canyon with the Zirkel Wilderness in the backdrop. The majestic high elevation peaks are usually snowcapped all year long. Walk, ski, snowmachine, or four wheel drive up endless winding logging roads and discover an untouched, rugged wilderness leading into Wyoming, full of remnants of pioneer cabins, 19th century logging and mining camps, and wildlife. Guests are welcome to roam our 25 acre property and hang out in our teepee on the mountain top, with a breathtaking view. Find your private space or mingle around the communal campfire with possible guests in the other cabins. We have snowshoes available to rent. We also offer a menu of ATV trips starting at $30 for a (hour) trip for two up to an old copper mine on the mountain. The ATV fits our driver and two guests. Signing the waiver is required. We do not have ATV rentals for guests to head out on their own yet, but are planning to add this adventure soon. We are located close to Natural Hot Springs (Saratoga, Wyoming 60 miles and Steamboat Springs, Colorado 80 miles), for a fun day’s adventure. There is a public natural sand dunes area 5 miles from our property. We have lots of space and are open to renting RV spaces with electricity available Interaction with GuestsWe are around to answer questions or help with anything you might need. We also realize what a perfect spot you will be in to decompress and un-stress from a busy life and respect your privacy during your stay. We do have a (nice) dog that roams freely on our property, and occasionally visiting fox, elk, moose and deer. We are more than happy to refer you to local fishing guides, hiking trails, local hunting outfitters etc. The NeighborhoodWe are located in a very isolated part of Colorado. Jackson County is about 1500 square miles and the population is 1500 people. That is one person per square mile. Our neighbors are wild. Really wild. Elk, fox, coyote, moose, bear, birds, rabbits, and many, many more creatures often wander from their home to ours. "North Park" is what the locals generally refer to this large, undiscovered area. If you are an outdoors person, or want to reconnect to the outdoors, we are in a perfect spot, as not only our immediate surroundings, but the entire park is full of mountain hiking trails, lost alpine lakes, and undiscovered fishing streams. Getting AroundThe nearest airport is 50 miles away in Laramie, Wyoming. If your reservation is 3 nights plus, we can pick you up and return you to the Laramie, Wyoming airport ($100 charge). Other airport choices are Denver International Airport (200 miles) or Yampa Valley Regional Airport (100 miles), near Steamboat, Colorado. If you plan on renting a vehicle, you do not need 4wd to access or property. We have plenty of parking spaces. We are located in a perfect area for motorcycle touring, as you can make circles back to our location traveling over different fairly low traffic, high altitude, amazing mountain passes in every direction, both in Colorado and Wyoming. Popular passes easily accessible within a day's drive are: Snowy Mountain Scenic Byway, Rocky Mountain National Park, Cameron Pass, Rabbit Ears Pass, Muddy Pass, Woods Creek Pass, Battle Mountain Pass, Willow Creek Pass, and Poudre Canyon Scenic Byway. Other Things to NoteOUTHOUSE. Make sure you realize and can cope with the bathroom being new, clean, well-kept outhouse about 50 feet from the cabin. During the months October thru May, wood stove heat is essential. We will make sure you are comfortable operating the stove (quite easy) and will stoke it for you if you head out on a day trip and we are home. Depending on the weather, a few stokes during the night might be necessary. Cell and wifi service is very spotty. We can provide emergency phone and internet from our home connections. We hope our guests find this a romantic opportunity to be still, unplugged, and connect with themselves to nature. Be sure you hand enter our address 103 County Road 46 Walden Colorado into your GPS map for directions. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) and other services will try to change it into a recognizable address as we are so remote it doesn't always find us. Review the directions before you depart as you will be traveling in and out of serviceable areas. Bring a coat. Even in the summer. Showers are available to purchase 7 miles down the road at WyColo Lodge. Walden Colorado is the nearest town with restaurants, gas and services. Showers are available at the pool. There is a rugged, (in a good way) western mountain bar that serves drinks and food 7 miles from the cabin, WyColo Lodge. It is our favorite hang out with great owners, strong drinks, extra nice service and sometimes a stomp-down-live-music-get-it-on-mountainfolk-good time on Friday nights.
Home/Apartment
2br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
The Space*If this cabin is not available for your trip, please check our profile for our other cabin rentals! The Forge, The Galaxy and the Trapper Cabin. If you are looking to relax and escape hectic life, you have found the perfect spot. We are not in the back yard of Boulder, we are not 15 minutes from Denver. We are out (URL HIDDEN) the wilderness, in a very remote, sparsely populated area on the Colorado/Wyoming border. The wildlife is plenty and the locals are loggers, ranchers and other tough folks who have what is takes to make a living in a rugged mountain county. This large 1500+ square foot cabin is located in a revamped knife smith's studio. It is log, with two very large studio-style bedrooms. One bedroom is upstairs, and one bedroom downstairs. The upstairs bedroom has pine floors and custom inlay wood vaulted ceilings. The downstairs is log with concrete flooring. The rugged décor is locally collected or found, and is authentically western. The Forge (named from it’s previous use of a knife makers studio) offers an open large space with a comfortable sitting area and a luxurious, clean king size pillow-top bed, topped with a down comforter in both bedrooms. There is also a comfortable fold out couch downstairs. It has the capability of sleeping 6 people total. This cabin has incredible views of mountain landscapes out every window. It is a rustic cabin-which means there is no indoor plumbing. This requires making trips to the nearby new, hand built, clean outhouse when needed. The outhouse is located 20 feet from cabin, and shared with the other guests. The cabin has a water cooler, microwave, coffee pot, small refrigerator and a cuisine-art electric burner. Prepare for a visit to The Forge as you would a camping trip, with these amenities provided Potable and drinking water are provided inside the room. The water dispenser has hot and cold water. Winter heating is propane and additional electrical space heater. There is also a very large wood stove downstairs that can be fired up at guests discretion, as long as they go through a short tutorial with us to learn the basics of operating the wood stove. There is access to plenty of outlets and electricity. The front porch is where you spend most of your time taking in the wild surroundings, or at the nearby communal campfire ring, breathing the crisp mountain air. The entire 25-acre property consists of three rental cabins, our home and a communal teepee. The cabins are located on approximately 10 acres and although private, they are in somewhat close proximity of each other. (see photo) Guest AccessWe are located next to hundreds and hundreds of National Forest acres. Situated in the Medicine Bow Mountain Range, at about 8700ft elevation, our property overlooks the dramatic, breathtaking view through Kings Canyon with the Zirkel Wilderness in the backdrop. The high elevation peaks are usually snowcapped all year long. Walk, ski, snowmachine, or four wheel drive up endless winding logging roads and discover an untouched, rugged wilderness leading into Wyoming, full of remnants of pioneer cabins, 19th century logging and mining camps, and wildlife. Guests are welcome to roam our 25 acre property and hang out in our teepee on the mountain top, with a breathtaking view. Disappear into your own private world, or join around the campfire meeting possible guests in the other cabins. We have snowshoes available to rent. We also offer a menu of ATV trips starting at $30 for a (hour) trip for two up to an old copper mine on the mountain. The ATV fits our driver and two guests. Signing the waiver is required. We do not have ATV rentals for guests to head out on their own yet, but are planning to add this adventure soon. We are located close to Natural Hot Springs (Saratoga, Wyoming 60 miles and Steamboat Springs, Colorado 80 miles), for a fun day's adventure. There is a public natural sand dunes area 5 miles from our property. We have lots of space and are open to renting RV spaces with electricity available. Interaction with GuestsWe are around to answer questions or help with anything you might need. We also realize what a perfect spot you will be in to decompress and un-stress from a busy life and respect your privacy during your stay. We do have a (nice) dog that roams freely on our property, and occasionally visiting fox, elk, moose and deer. We are more than happy to refer you to local fishing guides, hiking trails, local hunting outfitters etc. The NeighborhoodWe are located in a very isolated part of Colorado. Jackson County is about 1500 square miles and the population is 1500 people. That is one person per square mile. Our neighbors are wild. Really wild. Elk, fox, coyote, moose, bear, birds, rabbits, and many, many more creatures often wander from their home to ours. "North Park" is what the locals generally refer to this large, undiscovered area. If you are an outdoors person, or want to reconnect to the outdoors, we are in a perfect spot, as not only our immediate surroundings, but the entire park is full of mountain hiking trails, lost alpine lakes, and undiscovered fishing streams. Getting AroundThe nearest airport is 50 miles away in Laramie, Wyoming. If your reservation is 3 nights plus, we can pick you up and return you to the Laramie, Wyoming airport ($100 charge). Other airport choices are Denver International Airport (200 miles) or Yampa Valley Regional Airport (100 miles), near Steamboat, Colorado. If you plan on renting a vehicle, you do not need 4wd to access or property. We have plenty of parking spaces. We are located in a perfect area for motorcycle touring (or car touring even), as you can make circles back to our location traveling over different fairly low traffic, high altitude, amazing mountain passes in every direction, both in Colorado and Wyoming. Popular passes easily accessible within a day's drive are: Snowy Mountain Scenic Byway, Rocky Mountain National Park, Cameron Pass, Rabbit Ears Pass, Muddy Pass, Woods Creek Pass, Battle Mountain Pass, Willow Creek Pass, and Poudre Canyon Scenic Byway. Other Things to NoteOUTHOUSE. Make sure you realize and can cope with the bathroom being new, clean, well-kept outhouse about 20 feet from the cabin. Cell and wifi service is very spotty. We can provide emergency phone and internet from our home connections. We hope our guests find this a romantic opportunity to be still, unplugged, and connect with themselves to nature. Be sure you hand enter our address 103 County Road 46 Walden Colorado into your GPS map for directions. (SENSITIVE CONTENTS HIDDEN) and other services will try to change it into a recognizable address as we are so remote it doesn't always find us. Review the directions before you depart as you will be traveling in and out of serviceable areas. We do not book back-to-back reservations. This means you will get a full two days visit with only a one night stay, which we think is necessary for experiencing all we have to offer. Bring a coat. Even in the summer. Showers are available for purchase 7 miles down the road at WyColo, a restaurant, bar and lodge. Walden Colorado is the nearest town with restaurants, gas and services. Showers are available at the pool. There is a rugged, (in a good way) western mountain bar that serves drinks and food 7 miles from the cabin. (WyColo Lodge). It is our favorite hang out with great owners, strong drinks, extra nice service and sometimes a stomp-down-live-music-get-it-on-mountainfolk-good time on Friday nights.
Hotel
3br Hotel
  • Parking
The SpaceThis unique historical Lodge is located at 41489 Colorado State Highway 125 in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as a Lodge, Restaurant and General Store in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. The property consists of a 3 bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom Lodge totaling 3,000 square feet on two stories, a 1,500 square foot basement, a full attached bathhouse totaling 60 square feet and an office/retail building totaling 289 square feet. The improvements were constructed in 1927 and a total renovation, including structural improvements, new plumbing, heating, electrical and the highest quality of finishes was completed in 2013. The Grizzly Lodge is situated on a 0.1833 Acre lot. The NeighborhoodThe property commands a location in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County Colorado. Commonly known as "North Park", Jackson County is a high, isolated, inter-mountain basin that lies in the northern tier of Colorado. Forming the headwaters of the North Platte River, the basin opens north into Wyoming. The valley of North Park is interspersed with many slow meandering streams that come together in the north central part of the county to form the North Platte River. Main tributary rivers to the North Platte are the Michigan, Illinois, Canadian and Grizzly Rivers. Rimmed on the west by the Park Range and on the east by the Medicine Bow Mountains, the elevation ranges from 7,800 to 12,953 feet above sea level. In the words of the 1886 Colorado Supreme Court, "Within the embrace of these two ranges lies what is known as North Park, walled in by the Medicine Bow range upon the east, by the main range upon the south and west, and by a series of secondary mountains and hills upon the north. It is elliptical in form, and a principality in extent, rich in soil, luxuriant in pasturage, and supreme in the grace and beauty of its valleys, and the grandeur of its mountain architecture. It holds within its ample compass the abounding springs which feed the head-waters of the North Platte, which here has its rise, and which, gathering together its mountain affluent, forces a passage through the northern rim of the park, on its way to the Gulf." A major portion of the bottom land along streams is irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture, while the low rises between streams are dry grassland and sagebrush grazing lands. The picture changes suddenly on the edges of the basin where the land pitches abruptly upward to the mountain tops. Hill slopes are heavily clothed with aspen, spruce, pine, and fir up to timberline at about 11,000 feet, then tundra and rock to the mountain summits. The total area of Jackson County is 1628 square miles, slightly smaller than the state of Delaware. Of this acreage, 4,096 acres is water, excluding the streams. In the county there are more than 120,000 acres of irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture land. These irrigated lands make up approximately 12% of total County area. In terms of regional location, Jackson County lies about 130 miles northwest of Denver, 60 miles southwest of Laramie, WY and 60 miles northeast Steamboat Springs, CO.
Other
1br Other
  • Pets Allowed
  • Parking
Interaction with GuestsThese "rustic" Cabins are located at the intersection of Colorado State Highway 125 and Jackson County Road 6W also contiguous to the Grizzly Lodge. Cabin 5 consists of five single beds. Bring sleeping bags/bedding. A two bath bathhouse with kitchen services all of the cabins and is available to all guests. The property consists of six (6) "rustic" cabins and four (4) storage barns totaling 2,432 square feet and one (1) two (2) full bath bathhouse totaling 204 square feet. The improvements were constructed in the early 1900’s and renovated in 2010 and 2014. The Cabins are situated on a 0.2517 Acre lot. The NeighborhoodThe property commands a location in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County Colorado. Commonly known as "North Park", Jackson County is a high, isolated, inter-mountain basin that lies in the northern tier of Colorado. Forming the headwaters of the North Platte River, the basin opens north into Wyoming. The valley of North Park is interspersed with many slow meandering streams that come together in the north central part of the county to form the North Platte River. Main tributary rivers to the North Platte are the Michigan, Illinois, Canadian and Grizzly Rivers. Rimmed on the west by the Park Range and on the east by the Medicine Bow Mountains, the elevation ranges from 7,800 to 12,953 feet above sea level. In the words of the 1886 Colorado Supreme Court, "Within the embrace of these two ranges lies what is known as North Park, walled in by the Medicine Bow range upon the east, by the main range upon the south and west, and by a series of secondary mountains and hills upon the north. It is elliptical in form, and a principality in extent, rich in soil, luxuriant in pasturage, and supreme in the grace and beauty of its valleys, and the grandeur of its mountain architecture. It holds within its ample compass the abounding springs which feed the head-waters of the North Platte, which here has its rise, and which, gathering together its mountain affluent, forces a passage through the northern rim of the park, on its way to the Gulf." A major portion of the bottom land along streams is irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture, while the low rises between streams are dry grassland and sagebrush grazing lands. The picture changes suddenly on the edges of the basin where the land pitches abruptly upward to the mountain tops. Hill slopes are heavily clothed with aspen, spruce, pine, and fir up to timberline at about 11,000 feet, then tundra and rock to the mountain summits. The total area of Jackson County is 1628 square miles, slightly smaller than the state of Delaware. Of this acreage of land, 4,096 acres is water, excluding the streams. In the county there are more than 120,000 acres of irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture land. These irrigated lands make up approximately 12% of total County area. In terms of regional location, Jackson County lies about 130 miles northwest of Denver, 60 miles southwest of Laramie, WY and 60 miles northeast Steamboat Springs, CO. Other Things to NoteBring Sleeping Bags/Bedding.
Home/Apartment
3br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Parking
The SpaceTons of parking. Pool table. Deep garden tub. Guest AccessSwimming pool & park 2 blocks away. Hunting, fishing, snowmobiling, four wheeling all 20 minutes away. Non-ethanol gas 3 blocks away. Interaction with GuestsI will only interact if there are questions, concerns or something is needed! The NeighborhoodQuiet neighborhood. Minutes from everything you need. Next door to a medical center. Only 2 neighbors! Getting AroundThere is no public transit. Everything is accessible by foot, car, bicycle, snowmobile or dirt bike/atv.
Cabin
1br Cabin
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceThese "rustic" Cabins are located at the intersection of Colorado State Highway 125 and Jackson County Road 6W also contiguous to the Grizzly Lodge. Cabin 4 consists of one double bed and two single beds. Bring sleeping bags/bedding. A two bath bathhouse with kitchen services all of the cabins and is available to all guests. The property consists of six (6) "rustic" cabins and four (4) storage barns totaling 2,432 square feet and one (1) two (2) full bath bathhouse totaling 204 square feet. The improvements were constructed in the early 1900’s and renovated in 2010 and 2014. The Cabins are situated on a 0.2517 Acre lot. The NeighborhoodThe property commands a location in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County Colorado. Commonly known as "North Park", Jackson County is a high, isolated, inter-mountain basin that lies in the northern tier of Colorado. Forming the headwaters of the North Platte River, the basin opens north into Wyoming. The valley of North Park is interspersed with many slow meandering streams that come together in the north central part of the county to form the North Platte River. Main tributary rivers to the North Platte are the Michigan, Illinois, Canadian and Grizzly Rivers. Rimmed on the west by the Park Range and on the east by the Medicine Bow Mountains, the elevation ranges from 7,800 to 12,953 feet above sea level. In the words of the 1886 Colorado Supreme Court, "Within the embrace of these two ranges lies what is known as North Park, walled in by the Medicine Bow range upon the east, by the main range upon the south and west, and by a series of secondary mountains and hills upon the north. It is elliptical in form, and a principality in extent, rich in soil, luxuriant in pasturage, and supreme in the grace and beauty of its valleys, and the grandeur of its mountain architecture. It holds within its ample compass the abounding springs which feed the head-waters of the North Platte, which here has its rise, and which, gathering together its mountain affluent, forces a passage through the northern rim of the park, on its way to the Gulf." A major portion of the bottom land along streams is irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture, while the low rises between streams are dry grassland and sagebrush grazing lands. The picture changes suddenly on the edges of the basin where the land pitches abruptly upward to the mountain tops. Hill slopes are heavily clothed with aspen, spruce, pine, and fir up to timberline at about 11,000 feet, then tundra and rock to the mountain summits. The total area of Jackson County is 1628 square miles, slightly smaller than the state of Delaware. Of this acreage, 4,096 acres is water, excluding the streams. In the county there are more than 120,000 acres of irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture land. These irrigated lands make up approximately 12% of total County area. In terms of regional location, Jackson County lies about 130 miles northwest of Denver, 60 miles southwest of Laramie, WY and 60 miles northeast Steamboat Springs, CO. Other Things to NoteBring Sleeping Bags/Bedding
Cabin
1br Cabin
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceThese "rustic" Cabins are located at the intersection of Colorado State Highway 125 and Jackson County Road 6W also contiguous to the Grizzly Lodge. Cabin 3 consists of one double bed and one single bed. Bring sleeping bags/bedding. A two bath bathhouse with kitchen services all of the cabins and is available to all guests. The property consists of six (6) "rustic" cabins and four (4) storage barns totaling 2,432 square feet and one (1) two (2) full bath bathhouse totaling 204 square feet. The improvements were constructed in the early 1900’s and renovated in 2010 and 2014. The Cabins are situated on a 0.2517 Acre lot. The NeighborhoodThe property commands a location in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County Colorado. Commonly known as "North Park", Jackson County is a high, isolated, inter-mountain basin that lies in the northern tier of Colorado. Forming the headwaters of the North Platte River, the basin opens north into Wyoming. The valley of North Park is interspersed with many slow meandering streams that come together in the north central part of the county to form the North Platte River. Main tributary rivers to the North Platte are the Michigan, Illinois, Canadian and Grizzly Rivers. Rimmed on the west by the Park Range and on the east by the Medicine Bow Mountains, the elevation ranges from 7,800 to 12,953 feet above sea level. In the words of the 1886 Colorado Supreme Court, "Within the embrace of these two ranges lies what is known as North Park, walled in by the Medicine Bow range upon the east, by the main range upon the south and west, and by a series of secondary mountains and hills upon the north. It is elliptical in form, and a principality in extent, rich in soil, luxuriant in pasturage, and supreme in the grace and beauty of its valleys, and the grandeur of its mountain architecture. It holds within its ample compass the abounding springs which feed the head-waters of the North Platte, which here has its rise, and which, gathering together its mountain affluent, forces a passage through the northern rim of the park, on its way to the Gulf." A major portion of the bottom land along streams is irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture, while the low rises between streams are dry grassland and sagebrush grazing lands. The picture changes suddenly on the edges of the basin where the land pitches abruptly upward to the mountain tops. Hill slopes are heavily clothed with aspen, spruce, pine, and fir up to timberline at about 11,000 feet, then tundra and rock to the mountain summits. The total area of Jackson County is 1628 square miles, slightly smaller than the state of Delaware. Of this acreage, 4,096 acres is water, excluding the streams. In the county there are more than 120,000 acres of irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture land. These irrigated lands make up approximately 12% of total County area. In terms of regional location, Jackson County lies about 130 miles northwest of Denver, 60 miles southwest of Laramie, WY and 60 miles northeast Steamboat Springs, CO. Other Things to NoteBring Sleeping Bags/Bedding
Cabin
1br Cabin
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceThese "rustic" Cabins are located at the intersection of Colorado State Highway 125 and Jackson County Road 6W also contiguous to the Grizzly Lodge. Cabin 2 consists of one queen bed and one single bed. Bring sleeping bags/bedding. A two bath bathhouse with kitchen services all of the cabins and is available to all guests. The property consists of six (6) "rustic" cabins and four (4) storage barns totaling 2,432 square feet and one (1) two (2) full bath bathhouse totaling 204 square feet. The improvements were constructed in the early 1900’s and renovated in 2010 and 2014. The Cabins are situated on a 0.2517 Acre lot. The NeighborhoodThe property commands a location in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County Colorado. Commonly known as "North Park", Jackson County is a high, isolated, inter-mountain basin that lies in the northern tier of Colorado. Forming the headwaters of the North Platte River, the basin opens north into Wyoming. The valley of North Park is interspersed with many slow meandering streams that come together in the north central part of the county to form the North Platte River. Main tributary rivers to the North Platte are the Michigan, Illinois, Canadian and Grizzly Rivers. Rimmed on the west by the Park Range and on the east by the Medicine Bow Mountains, the elevation ranges from 7,800 to 12,953 feet above sea level. In the words of the 1886 Colorado Supreme Court, "Within the embrace of these two ranges lies what is known as North Park, walled in by the Medicine Bow range upon the east, by the main range upon the south and west, and by a series of secondary mountains and hills upon the north. It is elliptical in form, and a principality in extent, rich in soil, luxuriant in pasturage, and supreme in the grace and beauty of its valleys, and the grandeur of its mountain architecture. It holds within its ample compass the abounding springs which feed the head-waters of the North Platte, which here has its rise, and which, gathering together its mountain affluent, forces a passage through the northern rim of the park, on its way to the Gulf." A major portion of the bottom land along streams is irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture, while the low rises between streams are dry grassland and sagebrush grazing lands. The picture changes suddenly on the edges of the basin where the land pitches abruptly upward to the mountain tops. Hill slopes are heavily clothed with aspen, spruce, pine, and fir up to timberline at about 11,000 feet, then tundra and rock to the mountain summits. The total area of Jackson County is 1628 square miles, slightly smaller than the state of Delaware. Of this acreage, 4,096 acres is water, excluding the streams. In the county there are more than 120,000 acres of irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture land. These irrigated lands make up approximately 12% of total County area. In terms of regional location, Jackson County lies about 130 miles northwest of Denver, 60 miles southwest of Laramie, WY and 60 miles northeast Steamboat Springs, CO. Other Things to NoteBring Sleeping Bags/Bedding.
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5br Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
Located in the Rocky Mountains, Whiteley Peak Ranch is located 17 miles north of Kremmling and a ten minute drive to Rabbit Ears Pass near Steamboat Springs. With breathtaking views of nearby mountains, creek running through it, bison on one side of the fence and horses and mules on the other side, this ranch is beautiful. The amenities at this completely furnished ranch house includes 5 bedrooms, 2 baths, beautiful 3/4 wrap around deck, wild animal viewing, viewing of the bison herd and horses to name a few. Active vacationers and family members can hike, bike, cross country ski, or even snow shoe right here on the ranch. Rabbit Ears Pass is right up the road for snowmobiling, cross country skiers, snow shoeing, hiking, biking, fishing, river rafting to name a few. This ranch is a perfect Colorado getaway destination!
Cabin
1br Cabin
  • Pets Allowed
This unique historical Hunting & Fishing Camp is located in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as rental cabins in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. The property commands incredible views and is close to numerous outdoor activities. The property is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), big groups, and pets. This "rustic" Cabin is located at the intersection of Colorado State Highway 125 and Jackson County Road 6W. Cabin 3 contains one bunk double/single bed, and can sleep 3. Bring sleeping bags and/or bedding. The Cabin has use of the kitchen and two full bath bathhouse. The cabin was constructed in the early 1900’s and renovated in 2010 and 2014.
Cabin
1br Cabin
  • Pets Allowed
This unique historical Hunting & Fishing Camp is located in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as rental cabins in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. The property commands incredible views and is close to numerous outdoor activities. The property is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), big groups, and pets. This "rustic" Cabin is located at the intersection of Colorado State Highway 125 and Jackson County Road 6W. Cabin 5 contains two single bunk-beds, and can sleep 4. Bring sleeping bags and/or bedding. The Cabin has use of the kitchen and two full bath bathhouse. The cabin was constructed in the early 1900’s and renovated in 2010 and 2014.
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3br Hotel
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This unique Lodge is located at the intersection of Colorado State Highway 125 and County Road 6W also contiguous to the North Park Hunting & Fishing Camp Cabins. The property is ideal for a corporate or family retreat. You’ll love this place because of the outdoor activities available in the area, the luxurious living room, the professional kitchen, and the first-class bedrooms/baths. This place is perfect for couples, adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), and big groups.
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3br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
  • Wifi
3 bed, 2 full bath, 1600 square foot home. 2 queen beds, 2 twin bunks with an extra twin mattress.The house can sleep up to 8, as long as you don't mind doubling up or a couch! The master bath has a deep garden tub, large shower and Jack and Jill sinks. The kitchen is some what stocked up with dishes, utensils and bakeware. It also has an island with a 3 seater bar. Has a laundry room equipped with a washer, dryer and laundry fixings. There's also a clothes line for those of you that love that sun dried smell and feel. The dining room can seat at least 6 at a nice hard wood table. The living room can seat 8 comfortably. There is an extra living room that is equipped with a 9' pool table. There's also WiFi and a TV. Parking for 4 cars easily, with outdoor plug-ins for those cold months! Minutes from the pool, park and library. 20 minutes from fishing, hunting, sand dunes, great snowmobile spots and fourwheeling trails!
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2br Home/Apartment
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  • Wifi
This three level dwelling erected by hand entirely of stone by one family. The interior was fully renovated in 2013, with construction and design inspired by its' historic beginning. The Rock House offers a cozy open main floor, fireplace, all stainless steel kitchen, Wi-Fi, two upstairs bedrooms, two bathrooms (one with Jacuzzi tub.) Household amenities provided, You only need to bring your Teddy bear. Landscaped yard, ample paved parking. Located at 413 Lafever, one block west of main street, near the public library, museum and historic Jackson County courthouse. Want to get away? Jackson County, North Park, Walden, Colorado are away. No glitz, no glam, no traffic lights simply bright blue skies, high majestic mountains, clear clean lakes, low lying willow bottoms, acres of native hay meadows, vast fields of aromatic sage. A place where wild life abound and the moose population outnumber sentient inhabitants two to one. A place raw, rugged and rich in reality. Home of the Rock House, built by hand, historically designated and peacefully located in the heart of Walden, CO.
Cabin
1br Cabin
  • Pets Allowed
This unique historical Hunting & Fishing Camp is located in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as rental cabins in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. The property commands incredible views and is close to numerous outdoor activities. The property is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), big groups, and pets. This "rustic" Cabin is located at the intersection of Colorado State Highway 125 and Jackson County Road 6W. Cabin 4 contains one double bed and one single bunk-bed, and can sleep 4. Bring sleeping bags and/or bedding. The Cabin has use of the kitchen and two full bath bathhouse. The cabin was constructed in the early 1900’s and renovated in 2010 and 2014.
Cabin
1br Cabin
  • Pets Allowed
This unique historical Hunting & Fishing Camp is located in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as rental cabins in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. The property commands incredible views and is close to numerous outdoor activities. The property is good for couples, solo adventurers, families (with kids), big groups, and pets. This "rustic" Cabin is located at the intersection of Colorado State Highway 125 and Jackson County Road 6W. Cabin 2 contains one double bed and one single bed, and can sleep 3. Bring sleeping bags and/or bedding. The Cabin has use of the kitchen and two full bath bathhouse. The cabin was constructed in the early 1900’s and renovated in 2010 and 2014.
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Home/Apartment
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  • Pets Allowed
  • Wifi
The four square architectural design was based on the concept of dividing a simple structure into four equal rooms popular at the turn of the century. A complete inside upgrade was accomplished in 2010. Historic color palette was used, original oak floors refinished, new plumbing and wiring. Mature trees, flower beds, lawn. Three porches with seating area, wide paved driveway. Very peaceful, quiet neighborhood.
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1br Home/Apartment
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This unique historical Lodge is located at 41489 Colorado State Highway 125 in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as a Lodge, Restaurant and General Store in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. Master Bedroom 1 consists of a queen size bed, a luxurious master bath, a large walk-in closet, and a sitting room with a wood fireplace. All guests have use of the common living areas, dining area and kitchen. The property consists of a 3 bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom Lodge totaling 3,000 square feet on two stories, a 1,500 square foot basement, a full attached bathhouse totaling 60 square feet and an office/retail building totaling 289 square feet. The improvements were constructed in 1927 and a total renovation, including structural improvements, new plumbing, heating, electrical and the highest quality of finishes was completed in 2013. The Grizzly Lodge is situated on a 0.1833 Acre lot.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
This unique historical Lodge is located at 41489 Colorado State Highway 125 in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as a Lodge, Restaurant and General Store in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. Master Bedroom 2 consists of a queen size bed, and a luxurious master bath. All guests have use of the common living areas, dining area and kitchen. The property consists of a 3 bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom Lodge totaling 3,000 square feet on two stories, a 1,500 square foot basement, a full attached bathhouse totaling 60 square feet and an office/retail building totaling 289 square feet. The improvements were constructed in 1927 and a total renovation, including structural improvements, new plumbing, heating, electrical and the highest quality of finishes was completed in 2013. The Grizzly Lodge is situated on a 0.1833 Acre lot.
Home/Apartment
1br Home/Apartment
  • Parking
This unique historical Lodge is located at 41489 Colorado State Highway 125 in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as a Lodge, Restaurant and General Store in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. Master Bedroom 3 consists of a queen size bed, and a luxurious master bath. All guests have use of the common living areas, dining area and kitchen. The property consists of a 3 bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom Lodge totaling 3,000 square feet on two stories, a 1,500 square foot basement, a full attached bathhouse totaling 60 square feet and an office/retail building totaling 289 square feet. The improvements were constructed in 1927 and a total renovation, including structural improvements, new plumbing, heating, electrical and the highest quality of finishes was completed in 2013. The Grizzly Lodge is situated on a 0.1833 Acre lot.
Bedroom
Bedroom
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The SpaceThis unique historical Lodge is located at 41489 Colorado State Highway 125 in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as a Lodge, Restaurant and General Store in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. Master Bedroom 2 consists of a queen size bed, and a luxurious master bath. All guests have use of the common living areas, ding area and kitchen. The property consists of a 3 bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom Lodge totaling 3,000 square feet on two stories, a 1,500 square foot basement, a full attached bathhouse totaling 60 square feet and an office/retail building totaling 289 square feet. The improvements were constructed in 1927 and a total renovation, including structural improvements, new plumbing, heating, electrical and the highest quality of finishes was completed in 2013. The Grizzly Lodge is situated on a 0.1833 Acre lot. The NeighborhoodThe property commands a location in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County Colorado. Commonly known as "North Park", Jackson County is a high, isolated, inter-mountain basin that lies in the northern tier of Colorado. Forming the headwaters of the North Platte River, the basin opens north into Wyoming. The valley of North Park is interspersed with many slow meandering streams that come together in the north central part of the county to form the North Platte River. Main tributary rivers to the North Platte are the Michigan, Illinois, Canadian and Grizzly Rivers. Rimmed on the west by the Park Range and on the east by the Medicine Bow Mountains, the elevation ranges from 7,800 to 12,953 feet above sea level. In the words of the 1886 Colorado Supreme Court, "Within the embrace of these two ranges lies what is known as North Park, walled in by the Medicine Bow range upon the east, by the main range upon the south and west, and by a series of secondary mountains and hills upon the north. It is elliptical in form, and a principality in extent, rich in soil, luxuriant in pasturage, and supreme in the grace and beauty of its valleys, and the grandeur of its mountain architecture. It holds within its ample compass the abounding springs which feed the head-waters of the North Platte, which here has its rise, and which, gathering together its mountain affluent, forces a passage through the northern rim of the park, on its way to the Gulf." A major portion of the bottom land along streams is irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture, while the low rises between streams are dry grassland and sagebrush grazing lands. The picture changes suddenly on the edges of the basin where the land pitches abruptly upward to the mountain tops. Hill slopes are heavily clothed with aspen, spruce, pine, and fir up to timberline at about 11,000 feet, then tundra and rock to the mountain summits. The total area of Jackson County is 1628 square miles, slightly smaller than the state of Delaware. Of this acreage, 4,096 acres is water, excluding the streams. In the county there are more than 120,000 acres of irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture land. These irrigated lands make up approximately 12% of total County area. In terms of regional location, Jackson County lies about 130 miles northwest of Denver, 60 miles southwest of Laramie, WY and 60 miles northeast Steamboat Springs, CO.
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Bedroom
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The SpaceThis unique historical Lodge is located at 41489 Colorado State Highway 125 in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as a Lodge, Restaurant and General Store in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. Master Bedroom 1 consists of a queen size bed, a luxurious master bath, a large walk-in closet, and a sitting room with a wood fireplace. All guests have use of the common living areas, ding area and kitchen. The property consists of a 3 bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom Lodge totaling 3,000 square feet on two stories, a 1,500 square foot basement, a full attached bathhouse totaling 60 square feet and an office/retail building totaling 289 square feet. The improvements were constructed in 1927 and a total renovation, including structural improvements, new plumbing, heating, electrical and the highest quality of finishes was completed in 2013. The Grizzly Lodge is situated on a 0.1833 Acre lot. The NeighborhoodThe property commands a location in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County Colorado. Commonly known as "North Park", Jackson County is a high, isolated, inter-mountain basin that lies in the northern tier of Colorado. Forming the headwaters of the North Platte River, the basin opens north into Wyoming. The valley of North Park is interspersed with many slow meandering streams that come together in the north central part of the county to form the North Platte River. Main tributary rivers to the North Platte are the Michigan, Illinois, Canadian and Grizzly Rivers. Rimmed on the west by the Park Range and on the east by the Medicine Bow Mountains, the elevation ranges from 7,800 to 12,953 feet above sea level. In the words of the 1886 Colorado Supreme Court, "Within the embrace of these two ranges lies what is known as North Park, walled in by the Medicine Bow range upon the east, by the main range upon the south and west, and by a series of secondary mountains and hills upon the north. It is elliptical in form, and a principality in extent, rich in soil, luxuriant in pasturage, and supreme in the grace and beauty of its valleys, and the grandeur of its mountain architecture. It holds within its ample compass the abounding springs which feed the head-waters of the North Platte, which here has its rise, and which, gathering together its mountain affluent, forces a passage through the northern rim of the park, on its way to the Gulf." A major portion of the bottom land along streams is irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture, while the low rises between streams are dry grassland and sagebrush grazing lands. The picture changes suddenly on the edges of the basin where the land pitches abruptly upward to the mountain tops. Hill slopes are heavily clothed with aspen, spruce, pine, and fir up to timberline at about 11,000 feet, then tundra and rock to the mountain summits. The total area of Jackson County is 1628 square miles, slightly smaller than the state of Delaware. Of this acreage, 4,096 acres is water, excluding the streams. In the county there are more than 120,000 acres of irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture land. These irrigated lands make up approximately 12% of total County area. In terms of regional location, Jackson County lies about 130 miles northwest of Denver, 60 miles southwest of Laramie, WY and 60 miles northeast Steamboat Springs, CO.
Bedroom
Bedroom
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The SpaceThis unique historical Lodge is located at 41489 Colorado State Highway 125 in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County, Colorado. The property has historically operated as a Lodge, Restaurant and General Store in one of the premier tourism, fishing and hunting regions of Colorado. Master Bedroom 3 consists of a queen size bed, and a luxurious master bath. All guests have use of the common living areas, ding area and kitchen. The property consists of a 3 bedroom, 3.5 Bathroom Lodge totaling 3,000 square feet on two stories, a 1,500 square foot basement, a full attached bathhouse totaling 60 square feet and an office/retail building totaling 289 square feet. The improvements were constructed in 1927 and a total renovation, including structural improvements, new plumbing, heating, electrical and the highest quality of finishes was completed in 2013. The Grizzly Lodge is situated on a 0.1833 Acre lot. The NeighborhoodThe property commands a location in the town of Cowdrey in Jackson County Colorado. Commonly known as "North Park", Jackson County is a high, isolated, inter-mountain basin that lies in the northern tier of Colorado. Forming the headwaters of the North Platte River, the basin opens north into Wyoming. The valley of North Park is interspersed with many slow meandering streams that come together in the north central part of the county to form the North Platte River. Main tributary rivers to the North Platte are the Michigan, Illinois, Canadian and Grizzly Rivers. Rimmed on the west by the Park Range and on the east by the Medicine Bow Mountains, the elevation ranges from 7,800 to 12,953 feet above sea level. In the words of the 1886 Colorado Supreme Court, "Within the embrace of these two ranges lies what is known as North Park, walled in by the Medicine Bow range upon the east, by the main range upon the south and west, and by a series of secondary mountains and hills upon the north. It is elliptical in form, and a principality in extent, rich in soil, luxuriant in pasturage, and supreme in the grace and beauty of its valleys, and the grandeur of its mountain architecture. It holds within its ample compass the abounding springs which feed the head-waters of the North Platte, which here has its rise, and which, gathering together its mountain affluent, forces a passage through the northern rim of the park, on its way to the Gulf." A major portion of the bottom land along streams is irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture, while the low rises between streams are dry grassland and sagebrush grazing lands. The picture changes suddenly on the edges of the basin where the land pitches abruptly upward to the mountain tops. Hill slopes are heavily clothed with aspen, spruce, pine, and fir up to timberline at about 11,000 feet, then tundra and rock to the mountain summits. The total area of Jackson County is 1628 square miles, slightly smaller than the state of Delaware. Of this acreage, 4,096 acres is water, excluding the streams. In the county there are more than 120,000 acres of irrigated hay meadow and irrigated pasture land. These irrigated lands make up approximately 12% of total County area. In terms of regional location, Jackson County lies about 130 miles northwest of Denver, 60 miles southwest of Laramie, WY and 60 miles northeast Steamboat Springs, CO.