You’re welcome to rent any of our 24 lodging options here on our AirBnB link, or email us if you have a group. Tell us about your group, and we’ll help you design a lodging plan that will give you the best experience.

RV Sites

We have six wonderfully-positioned and private full hookup sites at camp. You can view all of them here on our AirBnB link.

Camp Activities

We have an indoor basketball court, game room with pool table, ping pong and foosball, large community fire pit, professional-grade sand volleyball pit, tournament-level Disc Golf, horseshoes, 9 Square, and hiking trails to our summit with panoramic views for miles.

Explore the Area

Bailey is five miles away, and has some really unique attractions:

Adventure Tree Park — https://treehouseadventurepark.com/
Sasquatch Outpost — https://thesasquatchoutpost.com/
Wellington Lake — https://www.castlemountainrec.com/
Platte River Outfitters — https://platteriveroutfitters.com/

Great day-trips from camp can include:

Paved mountain pass from Grant up above the tree line, to Georgetown over Guanella Pass, Idaho Springs, Mount Evans.
Evergreen Lake for summer kayaking and winter ice skating.
Off-road ATV and Jeep trails over Georgia Pass, Red Cone, Webster Pass.
Staunton State Park.
Dozens of lakes and rivers in the area for fishing.
Miles of mountain roads to take your breath away around every turn. We’ll help you select the perfect day drive for your car or motorcycle adventure!

Directions to Food, Breweries and Groceries

Directions to everything below will be from the Loaf n’ Jug quick shop at U.S. 285 and 43, below the camp. Bailey is four miles south on U.S. 285.


Scooters: the best food around! Open Wednesday to Saturday. They have slow-cooked meats and amazing sides. It’s about 2/3 of the way to Conifer on the north side of the road. You will not regret eating here!

Cut Throat Cafe: Breakfast and lunch is right in Bailey, on your right-hand side.

There’s a winery and also Mad Jack’s Brewery in Bailey, both serve good food and are fun places to spend an evening. Aspen Creek Winery is exceptional, and also caters events.

Bailey has Rustic Station that serves steaks, fish, salads, etc. There is an Asian cafe there as well.

A little north of Bailey is Coney Island, a cool little hot dog place on the river.

Groceries can be purchased in Conifer and Aspen Park, about 20 minutes toward Denver. There is a Starbucks there as well.