A more rustic, yet stunning location, Meadow Mountain Ranch, near Lyons, borders Rocky Mountain National Park. Features seasonal cabin/tents and tent sites. Ideal for nature lovers and beautiful outdoor events.
May 15th - September 15th.
The Lodge has been reopened and can be reserved by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-607-4824. The Homestead House can be reserved for Day Use.
Food service is not available at this property
Tabins (cross between a cabin and a tent) (3 units): Larkspur, Lyra, Meeker's Bluff - Wood floors, roofs and partial wood walls with canvas doors and remainder of walls, latrine toilets, water from spigots in summer, outdoor cooking area in each unit, mattresses on bunk beds, showers available in Shower Houses next to Tabins. These units do not have electricity. Open May 15th-Sept 15th.
Larkspur: 6 tabins that sleep 8 each. Capacity: 48
Lyra: 7 tabins that sleep 6 each. Capacity: 42
Meeker's Bluff: 6 tabins that sleep 8 each. Capacity: 48
Elkwoods Primitive Tent Site: A fire ring and a water spigot with room for 8-10 two-four person tents. They have to share a latrine with Larkspur. Open May 15th- Sept 15th.
Homestead House: For day use only. Capacity is 30. Open May 15th-Sept 15th.
Lodge: Day capacity is 110, Overnight capacity is 40.
To see pricing and make a reservation, click the "Reserve Now" button above to access the Sunrise Reservation system. Note: To see accurate pricing, you will need to add your membership. See instructions in the green box above.
Staff-led activities are not available at this time at MMR. However, the girls and volunteers in GECCCO Troop 71106 are available to lead a custom designed troop camping experience for your group! The cost for a two-night troop camp experience is $80 per girl and $35 per adult. This pricing includes: the property reservation, activities, programs, and meals. Your troop will need to meet the adult-to-girl ratio requirements. Longer camps are available too. Contact Jean Beucler at email@example.com for more information!
GECCCOs, which stands for Girls Exploring Camping, Canoeing, and Cycling in the Outdoors, is a Fort Collins troop of adventurous Cadettes, Seniors, and Ambassadors. They are two-time winners of the Reach for the Peak competition!