Two new sleeping cabins, each equipped with a small kitchen, dining area, bathroom and patio, are now open and available for rent at Cheyenne Mountain State Park.
The cabins sit side-by-side in the park’s Meadows Group Campground loop. Like any Colorado Parks and Wildlife campsite, the cabins can be reserved through the CPW website, cpwshop.com, or the CPW call center at 800-244-5613.
Reservations can be made up to six months in advance at a cost of $120 a night, with a two-night minimum.
Park Manager Jason Hagan said each cabin sleeps six people maximum. Each is furnished with two queen-sized bunk beds and a pullout couch.
Each has a kitchenette with a small refrigerator and a dining area. And the outdoor patio includes a picnic table, firepit and gas grill. Both cabins are handicapped accessible. Pets and smoking are prohibited in the cabins.
“We are incredibly excited to offer this wonderful opportunity for visitors to come out and enjoy our beautiful state park,” Hagan said. “For less than most hotel rooms, people can enjoy stunning views in a cozy, custom-built cabin.”
The cabins join Cheyenne Mountain’s inventory of 51 full hook-up campsites and 10 basic tent sites in its year-round campground. Learn more details on the CPW website.
The park also features 27 miles of trail including its centerpiece Dixon Trail which takes hikers to the top of Cheyenne Mountain. It has an expansive archery range with both a traditional field targets as well as lifesize, 3-dimensional animal targets along a walking trail in a forest setting.
There are also equestrian trails, mountain biking trails and a disc golf course.