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GOLDEN GATE CANYON STATE PARK, CO

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Reservation Window: Sun Sep 21 2014 – Wed Mar 18 2015


Check-in: 2:00 pm
  


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Check-out: 12:00 pm

Site Details:

  • Site Type: CABIN SMALL
  • Site Reserve Type: Site-Specific
  • Checkin Time: 2:00 pm
  • Checkout Time: 12:00 pm
  • Type of Use: Overnight
  • Min Num of People: 1
  • Max Num of People: 6
  • Pets Allowed: Domestic
  • Max Num of Vehicles: 1
  • Driveway Surface: Paved
  • Shade: Full
  • Bed Type: Twin/Double
  • Fire Pit: Y
  • Looking For Category: Cabin and Lodging

Alerts and Important Information

Site

NO SMOKING IN CABIN. PETS ALLOWED-$10 NIGHTLY PET FEE. OUTDOOR COOK GRILL. BRING ELECTRIC DEVICES--NO FUEL BURNING INSIDE CABIN. 6 person maximum occupancy, regardless of age. GUESTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN BEDDING. NO RV/TENT/TRAILER SETUP ALLOWED, CABIN CAMPING ONLY. INTERNET CUSTOMERS--ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR RESERVATION PLEASE CALL THE PARK OR CENTRAL RESERVATION OFFICE TO OBTAIN LOCK COMBINATION

Notes

Site

Sleeping Beds 1 twin over twin bunk, 1 double over double bunk. All have mattresses. Sleeping space for 6 people. Cabin 1 is handicap accessible. Cabins 4 & 5 have stairs and a porch.

Things to Bring

  • Warm Sleeping Bags.
  • Pillows.
  • Blankets
  • There are no linens provided!
  • Cooking Indoor: no indoor cooking, unless weather is bad. Don't cook on heater! No frying food. Only use appliances designed for indoor use. Outdoor: fire ring/grill, stand-up grill.

    Things to Bring

  • All utensils.
  • Camp stove and Fuel
  • Firewood, ax, matches and charcoal
  • Food Samll kitchen-type counter.

    Things to Bring

  • Food, trash bags, coolers, paper products, soap
  • Drinking Water Summer : Available Near the cabins. Winter : from bathroom sink, if flush restroom open.

    Things to Bring

  • Water containers.
  • May need to bring water in winter, call the park for current conditions.
  • Restrooms

  • Summer:flush toilets are nearest to cabins; (see winter parking for distance) flush toilet & showers in campground.
  • Winter: flush toilets open weather permitting; if closed, use C-loop vault toilets, 150-200 yds. from cabins.
  • Things to Bring

  • Showers are coin-operated.
  • Toilet articles, first aid supplies, sunscreen, towels.
  • Electric

  • Yes. Several outlets in each cabin.
  • Things to Bring

  • Electrical devices
  • Lighting

  • windows provide some natural light.
  • Things to Bring

  • flashlights or lanterns, extra batteries; for nighttime use outdoors.
  • Tables

  • Indoor: Round Wooden table, 6 chairs.
  • Outdoor: Picnic table and benches, 2 chairs.
  • Things to Bring

  • Lawn chairs, camp chairs.
  • Parking

  • Summer: 2 Vehicles next to cabin.
  • Winter: Due to snow, distance from parking to cabin may vary: max. distance: #1- 60 yds; #2- 112 yds; #3- 136 yds. #4- 168 yds. #5- 225 yds.
  • Things to Bring

  • Purchase daily park pass for each vehicle that does not have a valid annual park pass.
  • Pets $10 per night pet fee required. Pets brought to the park must be kept on a 6-foot or shorter leash, under physical control at all times!

    Things to Bring

  • collar/tags, 6' leash, bowls, food, meds; color photos in case your pet is lost, w/ph # to reach you.
  • ** Arrival dates earlier than the online-reservation-window may also be available at the campground.