Hidden Valley Cabin
Front Range, Colorado, United States
Hidden Valley Cabin sits at 7200 ft, at the end of a narrow dirt road in a private valley thick with trees. Enjoy the sounds of the forest as you relax in the antique hot tub by the creek. Here you won’t see any passers by except for possibly a bear or bobcat.
The handcrafted new cabin is built on an old foundation left by miners who worked the 21 acre claim in the 1930’s. The two-bedroom cabin now has an enchanting stone fireplace, indoor and outdoor showers, beautiful kitchen with all the appliances including refrigerator and dishwasher, and a front porch to relax upon as you listen to the breeze in the trees and the soothing sounds of birds overhead the creek in the valley below.
Just behind the cabin sits a 34-foot Holiday Rambler motorhome from the 90’s. This comfortable motorhome is also available to guests. For $30/night it can sleep four more.
It is in excellent condition, boasting solid oak cabinets, a private bathroom, dining room table, and kitchenette. This is an excellent option to expand your party.
The owners live on the property in their own space adjacent to the cabin and motorhome.
Available May through September.
Location and Access
Near: Denver, CO
Summer: Access: About an hour to 90 minutes west of Denver. 20 minutes, or seven miles, south of Bailey, CO.
The last ten minutes of the drive is a winding driveway, a single lane high clearance dirt road. 4WD recommended.
In beautiful Park County there is plenty of opportunity to enjoy the wilderness. Explore the peaceful forest just around the cabin or venture out to the more popular trails of Buffalo Creek.
Hiking, Mountain biking, Trail running, Fishing, Bird watching
A short walk from the cabin is the North fork of the South Platte. Try your hand at fishing the river or just get out for a nice hike and enjoy the beautiful scenery. The owner has created a short mountain bike loop around the property. Just 20 minutes or so up the road are the Miller Gulch and Buck Gulch trailheads, well known for its camping and hiking trails.
Hike the Buffalo Creek trails, 4.1 miles from the cabin.
Hike to Crossin's Ghost Town.
Hike portions of Colorado Trail. Hike to Buffalo Creek Falls.
Mountain bike from cabin through Buffalo Creek trail system.
Enjoy lunch at Zokas Restaurant in Pine, arrange shuttle back to cabin.
Canoe, kayak, paddle board and fish at Wellington Lake.
- Sleeps up to eight (four in beds, four more on foldout couch and bunk beds)
2 queen beds (in two bedrooms upstairs)
Queen-sized fold-out couch, sleeps two
Custom timber bunk beds available upon request, sleeps two (for children only)
One bathroom with flushing toilet and hot shower. Additional outdoor shower.
- Sleeps 4 more
Fold-out couch sleeps two
Dining room table converts to a sleeping space as well (sleeps 1)
Running water with kitchen sink, bathroom sink, toilet, and shower
Cleaning fees $25
Additional Holiday Rambler Motorhome Rental Available
Cleaning fee for motorhome rental $10
What You Need to Bring
- Outdoor shower
- Antique hot tub
- Queen-sized fold out couch
- Compete modern kitchen
- Complete modern bath
- Additional motorhome available for rent
Check-in 3 pm
Check out 10 am
Payment schedule - 100% paid up front
Bookings canceled at least 60 days before arrival will receive 100% refund.
Bookings canceled at least 30 days before arrival will receive a 50% refund.
Well-behaved dogs are allowed.
Additional fee $20.
Limit two dogs.
Rates and Availability
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