Town Square Cabins

Address: 231 Gunnison Ave, Lake City, Colorado, 81235, United States | Campground
 
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This campground is located on 231 Gunnison Ave, Lake City.
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      Travel Blogs from Lake City

      Day Sixteen Wednesday 10th September 2014 Colorado

      A travel blog entry by michellejo86 on Sep 10, 2014

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      ... Emily had made a start on the thanksgiving dinner which smelt amazing . Hikarou had gone missing again so we were all getting worried but decided to start dinner without him. He is definitely my fave trekker he's just so funny. Our thanks giving dinner consisted of bread roll, salad, turkey, cranberry sauce, gravy, potato, stuffing and some vegetable/pea get up followed by a delicious pumpkin pie and cool whip. It was absolutely delicious. After dinner myself, ...

      Wild Ghost Chase

      A travel blog entry by woollyman on Aug 26, 2013

      55 photos

      ... we kept on up the hilll. Finally, we met up with an old game path out to the bridge. This cable bridge was super sketchy and we decided to just climb up the supports instead. We scuttled back down the mountainside and unraveled our scroll-map.

      Corkscrew Gulch.
      After some discussion about the correct path to take, we found Corkscrew Gulch. The name must be derived from the feeling your stomach gets. "The music helps." Phantogram, Thievery Corporation, Of Montreal and ...

      Another fish story with a bad ending

      A travel blog entry by ronniebrown713 on Jul 10, 2013

      8 photos

      ... as possible to keep their rentals up. But that's just a disgruntled Outback owner talking.

      Disappointed, I headed up into the mountains southeast of town and found a great Holly-worthy campsite at 11,000 fee for $12. There were 3 great lakes at the campground, and my fishing rod was all rigged for trout except for the minor problem of not having any bait. Not wanting to drive the 20 minutes back into town, I figured that maybe I could find ...

      Train derailings and abandoned mines

      A travel blog entry by vagrant_reality on Jun 13, 2012

      46 photos

      The temperature dropped to 17 degrees Fahrenheit last night so I was glad we had a cabin. It was also nice to sleep in a bed.

      We headed to the Old Hundred mine which is closed and now earns its money through providing tours. The clothing we had to wear looked dorky and I highly doubt woulf help much if something went wrong down there. The tour itself was entertaining and informative. I particularly enjoyed learaning about the way they used ...

      San Juan Alpine Loop

      A travel blog entry by mviglianco on Sep 24, 2011

      26 photos

      ... Pass....perfect....as I wanted to see this stretch of road after thumbing through a book I saw in Telluride about the crews that keep that section clear during the Winter and of the Avalanches that have claimed numerous lives there. There's no avalanche danger now, but following an 18 wheeler around the curves coming down from the pass I just about witnessed a sure death. As he road did a little inward curve along a shear cliff, the rear ...