Colorado Cabins & Cottages
Colorado Cabins Provide Unique Experiences
Cabins in Colorado provide the ideal setting for your Colorado Vacation. You will find secluded cabins away from everyday life, rustic cabins for adventure and simplicity, or a modern cabin with all the comforts of home. Colorado Cabin & Cottage Accommodations are available with your favorite amenities including high-speed Internet, hot tubs, fireplaces and activities for a unique vacation experience.
Cabin & Cottage Variations
Colorado Vacation Cabins & Cottages come in a variety of settings to suit your needs. Cabins, cabin-ettes, and cabin-suites offer full-featured vacation experiences. A Colorado Cabin stands independent from other buildings, sometimes clustered together or in seclusion. A Cabin-ette refers to a multi-unit structure similar to a duplex, triplex or multiplex single story building. Cabin-suites are part of a multi-unit structure featuring new, modern, condo-style, luxury accommodations. The inside of a Cabin or Cottage resembles home, including a living room and sleeping area, but may or may not have cooking facilities.
Camper Cabins Enhance the Camping Experience
Colorado Camper Cabins are usually located at a Campground or RV Park. They are inexpensive, non-housekeeping, rustic and sometimes primitive cabins. You'll likely be heading to the bathhouse and cooking outside. Camper Cabins are usually not heated - think of them as a "wooden tent." Bring your own sleeping bags or blankets. Yurts and Platform Tents are also a type of Camper Cabin and are common in Colorado.
Colorado Campgrounds and Cabin Resorts are now making the camping experience one of luxury, where you can actually stand up out of a bed and stretch in the morning, while still maintaining the outdoorsy adventure Colorado vacations are known for.
Colorado Glamping, aka Luxury Camping/Boutique Camping, allows you to enjoy the outdoors and camping experience with many of the creature comforts of home including, real beds with fresh linens, running water, private decks, hot tubs, and even flushing toilets!
Glampsites feature refurbished Vintage Travel Trailers from the 50s and 60s; Oversized Canvas Tents, with hardwood floors, windows, sliding glass doors and chandeliers; Yurts and Bell Tents that offer year-round lodging with wood floors, gas stoves, plumbing, and electricity; and the newest trend, repurposed Conestoga Wagons used by early American pioneers to move their families West.