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STATE FOREST STATE PARK, CO

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Reservation Window: Wed Sep 24 2014 – Sat Mar 21 2015


Check-in: 2:00 pm
  


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Check-out: 12:00 pm

Site Details:

  • Site Type: CABIN LARGE
  • 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: 15
  • Pets Allowed: Domestic
  • Max Num of Vehicles: 8
  • Num of Rooms: 2
  • Propane Heating: Y
  • Num of Beds: 8
  • 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. Propane stoves for heat. NO SMOKING, 15 PERSON MAXIMUM OCCUPANCY, REGARDLESS OF AGE. 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
Cabin 1: 3 rooms - bunk beds & mattresses provide sleeping space for up to 21 people (5 twin over twin, 3 twin over double, 1 futon holds out to double size bed)
Cabin 2: 2 rooms - bunk beds & mattresses provide sleeping space for up to 15 people (3 twin over double, 2 twin over twin, 1 double futon folds out to bed)

Things to Bring

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

    ADA Acessibility
    Cabin 1: All steps to cabin
    Cabin 2 Accessible with assistance going up and down the hill

    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 at site.
    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 nearby; no showers or flush facilities in park.
  • Winter: Vault toilets nearby.
  • Things to Bring

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

  • Cabin 1-- 3 propane heaters, one in each room
  • Cabin 2-- 2 propane heaters, one in each room.
  • Electric

  • No electricity in these 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: tables & a minimal number of chairs.
  • Outdoor: picnic table and benches on deck.
  • Things to Bring

  • extra lawn chairs, camp chairs.
  • Parking

  • summer: 8 cars near each large cabin.
  • winter: plowed parking area, 4 cars per cabin, approx. 100' uphill from cabins; 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.) $100 per night. 21 people, cabin 1 maximum occupancy. 15 people, cabin 2 maximum occupancy.

    Footnotes: (applicable only where specifically marked above)
    ** Arrival dates earlier than the online-reservation-window may also be available at the campground.