State Parks Cabin Information
Waking to a high country morning in the comfort of a rustic cabin nestled in a forest of aspen trees can become reality with Colorado State Parks’ camper cabins.
Camper cabins offer a variety of accommodations, featuring wood-burning, propane or electric heat and are available year-round.
Golden Gate Canyon, Mueller, Navajo, State Forest, Steamboat Lake, Sylvan Lake, and Vega state parks all offer a variety of cabins designed to accommodate the casual or backcountry camper.
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Golden Gate Canyon State Park has five camper cabins and one guesthouse only an hour away from Denver nestled between lush aspen groves and pine covered hills. The cabins, located in Reverend's Ridge campground, sleep a maximum of six people. For more information, visit Golden Gate Canyon State Park.
Mueller State Park has three cabins. All cabins come with a gas fireplace in the living room and are heated with a forced-air furnace. The kitchens are furnished with a cooking stove/oven, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher and cooking utensils. Towels and one set of linens per bed are provided. Additional replacement linens and towels will be provided for stays longer than five days. No pets or smoking allowed at the Mueller cabins.
Reservations can be made through the call center only at 800.678.CAMP (2267), 303.470.1144. For more information visit Mueller State Park.
Navajo State Park has three beautiful cabins, each with two bedrooms and furnished with modern appliances, showers and restrooms. The cabins, located in Navajo's oldest campground, overlook the reservoir. For more information, visit Navajo State Park.
State Forest State Park sprawls across 71,000 acres of mountainous terrain enhanced by six cabins available for use. The cabins range from smaller cabins that sleep a maximum of six, to the Old Camp Pennock Lodge and Columbine Lodge, which sleep up to 20 and 15, respectively. You’ll find wood outside your cabin, but you need to bring your own axe for splitting. Cabins 1, 2 and 3 have propane heaters. For more information, visit State Forest State Park.
Steamboat Lake State Park offers visitors the comfort of a rustic cabin. For cabin reservations at Steamboat Lake State Park, contact the Steamboat Lake Marina at (970) 879-7019 or visit Steamboat Lake State Park.
Sylvan Lake State Park takes the roughness out of roughing it with eight small, and one large cabin scattered among the trees of the spectacular state park. The cabins are equipped with a propane heater, and solar-powered hot showers are available from May through September at the camper services building. Visit Sylvan Lake State Park for more information.
Vega State Park has five camper cabins nestled on the slopes of Grande Mesa and surrounded by lush vegetation life. The cabins offer an excellent starting point for exploring the area’s canyons, cliffs and mountains. Visit Vega State Park for more information.