Rustic Cabin for a Mountain Getaway near Grand Junction, ColoradoGrand Mesa, Colorado (United States)
Rustic Cabin for a Mountain Getaway near Grand Junction, Colorado
This mountain getaway cabin is located near Grand Junction, Colorado, and can accommodate eight guests for a revitalizing vacation full of outdoor adventure amid the national forest-covered, lake-dotted landscape of Grand Mesa—the largest flat-top mountain in the entire world. Featuring a cozy interior consisting of rustic wood-paneled walls and elegantly tiled floors, the cabin has two bedrooms, one full bathroom, and a living/dining room with a full kitchen.
Guests will find a twin-over-double bunk bed set in the first bedroom and a twin-over-queen bunk bed set in the second bedroom. The bathroom contains a toilet, a sink, and a shower. Linens, towels, and soap are provided.
The living area is furnished with a log armchair and a futon that can be converted into a full-size bed. The dining area consists of a wood counter with four stools fashioned from tree trunk cross-sections. The fully-equipped kitchen comes with an oven, a stove, a microwave, a refrigerator, a toaster, and a coffeemaker, along with a full complement of plates, bowls, eating utensils, cooking utensils, pots and pans, spices, dish soap, and dish towels.
Other amenities include electric/propane heating and a speaker system. Broadband Wi-Fi is available at the site's office. The signal may reach the cabin, and if not, guests are welcome to visit the office to use it.
Outside of the cabin, guests will find a picnic table and a fire pit, as well as a shared hammock area, a communal fire pit with log seating, and a pavilion, from which guests can borrow charcoal barbecues.
Inside the cabin, guests will enjoy amenities such as electric/propane heating, a full kitchen, and a full bathroom. Outside, during the summer, they will find a picnic table, a fire pit, and a charcoal grill.
At the cabin site, guests will also enjoy shared access to a pavilion, a large communal fire pit with log seating, and an area with hammocks. In the pavilion, guests will find a propane barbecue grill that they may use.
Broadband Wi-Fi is available at the site's office. The signal may reach the cabin, and if not, guests are welcome to visit the office to connect to it.
- Shared Barbecue
- Linens and pillows
- Fire pit
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- Response time: Less than 1 hour
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Check-in: 04:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
Infants allowed Under 2 years old
Children allowed 2-12 years old
Pets allowed additional charge
Some spaces are shared
Smoking is not permitted inside the cabin.
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Location & Surroundings
Grand Mesa, Colorado (United States)
Detailed location provided after booking
- Winter sports
- Stand-up paddleboarding
- Wildlife watching
With hundreds of thousands of acres of National Forests, thousands of miles of trails, and more than 300 lakes to be explored in the surrounding Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forest, and with a variety of tours and rentals available right from the cabin site, guests will enjoy plenty of activity options in both the summer and the winter.
In the summer, guests can go canoeing, kayaking, row boating, stand-up paddleboarding, hydro-biking, and peddle boating on the Grand Mesa's many lakes. Rentals for each of these activities are available right next to the cabin site at the beach of Deep Ward Lake. Guests can paddle or pedal out onto the latter, or they can take their watercraft to any other lake of their choosing. The kayaks and paddle boards are inflatable, so they are particularly easy to transport and guests can even carry them on a hike to one of the mesa's more remote lakes, where they can then go fishing as well. A variety of trout can be caught in the mesa's lakes, including brook, brown, native cutthroat, rainbow, and Snake River cutthroat.
During the summer months, guests can play lawn games, including horseshoes, bocce, and frisbee golf. There is also a communal hammock area overlooking Deep Ward Lake. Year-round guests can borrow board games and DVDs from the office; guests just need to bring their own DVD player or laptop.
For hiking, guests will find more than 3,500 miles of trails in Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre, and Gunnison National Forests. The closest of these trails—the scenic Crag Crest Trail—is located just a few miles to the north; the Land O Lakes Overlook Trailhead and Mesa Top Trailhead are nearby as well. Near the site, guests will find many trails for mountain biking, ATVing, and off-road trail riding. For mountain biking, guests can also head to the Powderhorn Bike Park at the Powderhorn Mountain Resort.
In the winter, guests can go cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, fat biking, and snowmobiling on the surrounding trails. For cross-country skiing, the Grand Mesa Nordic Council maintains a system of more than 33 miles of groomed trails, which runs right by the cabin site. Snowmobile rentals and tours are available right from the site, and a variety of groomed trails are maintained by the local snowmobile club (the SnoKrusers) and the forest service. For snowshoeing, guests can head out to explore the forest right from the cabin site, or they can visit trails such as the Crag Crest Trail Mesa Lakes Loops, West Bench Trail, and the Ward Trail. Fat bike rentals are available from Rapid Creek Cycles in Palisade.
For downhill skiing, snowboarding, and tubing, guests can hit the slopes at Powderhorn Mountain Resort. Near the resort, guests will also find a few local dining options: 4B's Brewery, RJ's Steakhouse, Creekside Cafe, Blink Twice, Wagon Wheel, and Mesa Lakes Lodge. Another option, Alexander Lake Lodge, is right down the road from the cabin site.