Lazy Moose Cabins

Address: 1005 Lake Avenue, Grand Lake, Colorado, 80447, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 1005 Lake Avenue, Grand Lake, is near Rocky Mountain Repertory Theatre, Winding River Resort Stables, Grand Lake Golf Course, and Coyote Valley Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Grand Lake

    Never hike a stock trail after heavy rains!

    A travel blog entry by rvhavingfun on Jul 31, 2014

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... is a perfect place for a family reunion.

    My friend Wayne joined me for the first week. After settling in, we wandered to the Thursday night ice cream social where two of the camp hosts served. They were a couple in their 80's; he had been the sheriff in Monterrey, California for 30 years and was mostly working with the horses at the resort. Our bowls of two large scoops of ice cream were $2 each. Saturday we joined a large ...

    Rocky Mountain highs

    A travel blog entry by grofffam5 on Aug 08, 2013

    6 photos

    ... Park and then not too far from the entrance we got to see a moose. There were some cars stopped so we knew there was something. It was a female moose, so it did not have antlers, but at least we got to see one! We stopped to get some pictures and then continued our drive. The Rockies were beautiful with their rocky peaks and lots of pine trees. We continued going up and drove on Trail ...

    Mountains Moose and Micro-Breweries

    A travel blog entry by harryj13 on Jun 17, 2013

    2 photos

    What a good day. Up late and then off to the park for a couple of walks. We went to the Holzworth historic site, where the first settler built his cabin in 1902 as part of the homestead act which gave 160 acres to folk in an attempt to populate the west. He disappeared without trace in1911 and a German family moved in from Denver. They'd had a restaurant and boarding house, but prohibition and the war forced them to move. The site was just about as it was when sold ...

    Rocky Mountain National Park

    A travel blog entry by 260574 on Mar 25, 2012

    5 photos

    ... some places it felt like the ones at the top were about to roll down. I was starting to get worried about the time when we ran into a family group that was coming down. I asked them how far away we were from the lake. I was glad when they said it was only 5 more minutes up.

    Yeah! We've made it! It was a bit before 6pm when we reached the lake. It was a small one. But it had a beautiful stone wall on one side. The sunlight was shining through the ...

    Purple Mountain Majesties and Red Rocks....

    A travel blog entry by beadledove on Oct 14, 2011

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... collection of red sandstone monoliths. It could be a scene from Utah or Arizona. The rocks erupt out of the landscape and are a beautiful rusty red color. The park is full of locals, hiking the trails or climbing the rocky towers. It was fun to watch the technical climbers “summiting” the structures.

    Back to the site for an early meal as we have lots of errands in the morning before a tedious journey towards Texas.