Firewood Notice: PLEASE DO NOT BRING FIREWOOD FROM OUT OF STATE!
If you are planning to camp during an upcoming trip to Colorado, please help protect our public lands by buying local firewood near your destination campground. Firewood can spread harmful insect pests and diseases. If you have brought firewood from another state, please contact the Colorado Department of Agriculture immediately for instructions on how to dispose of it.

Find your site

 

STATE FOREST STATE PARK, CO

Photo: STATE FOREST STATE PARK
Site, Loop:006, CABIN
Find Similar Sites Type:CABIN SMALL Amenities:
Accessible Pets Allowed
Please enter arrival date
Reservation Window: Sun Sep 21 2014 – Wed Mar 18 2015


Check-in: 2:00 pm
  


Nights
  
Departure date:
 
Check-out: 12:00 pm

Site Details:

  • Site Type: CABIN SMALL
  • Site Reserve Type: Site-Specific
  • ADA Accessible: Y
  • 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: 3
  • Num of Rooms: 1
  • Wood Heating: Y
  • Woodstove/Fireplace: Y
  • Num of Beds: 5
  • Deck: Y
  • BBQ: Y
  • Campfire Allowed: Y
  • Fire Pit: Y
  • Looking For Category: Cabin and Lodging
  • Picnic Table: Y

Alerts and Important Information

Site

Pets are allowed in the cabins for an additional $10. NO SMOKING, 6 PERSON MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY, REGARDLESS OF AGE. WOOD BURNING STOVES FOR HEAT, WE SUPPLY THE WOOD FOR THIS HEAT SOURCE. BRING AXE TO SPLIT WOOD. ALSO BRING WATER CONTAINERS, UTENSILS, COOK STOVE, LANTERN AND BEDDING. (ALL THE CABINS HAVE BEEN RENOVATED AND ARE AIRTIGHT AND ANIMAL PROOF.) INTERNET CUSTOMERS-ONCE YOU HAVE COMPLETED YOUR RESERVATION, PLEASE CALL THE PARK OR CENTRAL RESERVATION OFFICE TO OBTAIN LOCK COMBINATION

Notes

Site

Sleeping Beds

  • All cabins: bunk beds with mattresses; 1 twin over twin, 1 twin over double, 1 double futon. 6 person maximum.
  • cabin 3: 1 room, no deck
  • cabin 4,5, & 6: 1 room, deck.
  • Things to Bring

  • Warm Sleeping Bags.
  • Pillows.
  • Blankets
  • There are no linens provided!
  • Rustic cabins that have been remodeled

    ADA Acessibility

  • Cabin 3: Accessible with assistance going up and down the hill.
  • Cabin 4: Ramp, concrete parking area and sidewalk.
  • Cabin 5: Ramp, gravel parking area and trail
  • Cabin 6: Ramp, gravel parking area and trail
  • Cooking
    Indoor: no cooking facilities provided cannot cook on heaters!! use caution with camp stove indoors.
    Outdoor: fire ring, grill.

    Things to Bring

  • All utensils.
  • Camp stove and Fuel
  • Firewood, ax, matches and charcoal for outside grill/ring
  • Food
    Bring closed containers to prevent rodents from accessing food.

    Things to Bring

  • Food, trash bags, paper products, soap
  • Trash
    Summer: Dumpster on site, near cabins 1,2,3.
    Winter: Dumpster at park entrance.

    Drinking Water
    Available near cabins during summer months
    Available year round at shop maintenance building; after turning off hwy, turn left after N. Michigan entrance station, 1.5 miles from cabins

    Things to Bring

  • Water containers.
  • Follow POTABLE WATER => sign.
  • Restrooms

  • Summer: Vault toilets near cabins.
  • Winter: Vault toilets near cabins.
  • Things to Bring

  • Toilet articles, first aid supplies, sunscreen, towels.
  • Heating

  • cabin 3: propane heater
  • cabin 4,5,6: wood burning heater, cut wood provided.
  • Things to Bring

  • bring ax to split the wood.
  • Electric

  • No electricity in cabins.
  • Things to Bring

  • battery operated devices, extra batteries.
  • Lighting

  • solar powered, operate on light-sensing timer;
  • provides minimal light
  • Things to Bring

  • bring supplemental lighting;
  • battery operated lanterns and flashlights, extra batteries.
  • Tables

  • Indoor: table & benches or chairs
  • Outdoor: picnic table and benches.
  • Things to Bring

  • lawn chairs, camp chairs.
  • Parking

  • summer: 3 cars maximum at each small cabin
  • winter: plowed parking areas uphill from cabins: 100 ft from cabin 3, 300-400 ft from cabin 4,5,6. snow may be deep!

    Things to Bring

  • Purchase daily park pass for each vehicle that does not have a valid annual park pass.
  • snowshoes, cross country skis.

    Pets

  • Pets allowed in all cabins. $10 per night pet fee.
  • ** 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.
  • Cabin Fees : (reservation fee, vehicle pass and pet fee (if applicable) NOT included.) $70 per night. 6 person maximum occupancy.

    In the winter time need to bring a sled and snowshoes to get from the parking area to the cabins.

    ** Arrival dates earlier than the online-reservation-window may also be available at the campground.