Accommodations for the Reunion

there are several lodging options for every budget/comfort level

 

to help out those undecided family members in their decision making process, please leave a note under the place you are staying and feel free to add any additional information/tips/advice you might have (none of these links actually work)

 

we can also have a map with all the accommodations and the reunion site on it

Hotels

the Elk Ridge Howard Johnson's is a 20 minute drive away that has rates from $59 a night for 2 people and $79 a night for 4 people

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    Best Juicer (Friday, 12 April 2013 09:13)

    This is an excellent write-up! Thank you for sharing!

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    Ed and Nancy (Friday, 07 August 2009 19:29)

    we are staying here too

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    Tom and Susan Anderson (Friday, 07 August 2009 19:22)

    that's where we're staying!!!

Motel 6 off of highway 52 is a bit of a drive (45 minutes), but it has really cheap rooms.  $29 for a single, $39 for a double, $65 for 3 peopel

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    holiday accommodation byron bay (Thursday, 11 July 2013 04:29)

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    Pete Anderson (Friday, 07 August 2009 19:23)

    you get what you pay for. I'd recommend the Howard Johnson's

for all you really really rich people, there is a $900 a night Hilton nearby

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    Baron Wilhelm Von Anderson (Friday, 07 August 2009 19:28)

    I always stay at the Hilton

Motorhome Campgrounds

Edward Smith Colorado State Park has 48 spaces with full water, sewer, and electricity hook ups for $25 a night ($150 for the week).  It is located about 30 minutes away

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    Henry, Mary, Pete, Mary, and Jennie (Friday, 07 August 2009 19:30)

    we will be here from the 14th-17th. Looks like they have some nice trails too

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    Julie and Pete Harris (Friday, 07 August 2009 19:25)

    staying here from the 11th through the 17th

KOA Delray is 20 minutes away and has a playground and swimming pool.  $35 a night with full hook ups

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    Rich & Nancy (Friday, 07 August 2009 19:24)

    great if you have small children

there is also a small family-owned campground that has spots for $15 a night.  Not much information on their website

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    Julie and Pete Harris (Friday, 07 August 2009 19:25)

    we checked that place out last time we were in Colorado. Didn't look very nice. We stayed at the state park

Tent Camping

both Edward Smith Colorado State Park and the KOA Delray also offer tent camping.  West Mountain Colorado State Park, which is about an hour from the reunion site, offers a wider range of tent and cabin camping options.  Lots of hiking trails and things here as well

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    Lance (Friday, 07 August 2009 19:32)

    I want to camp in either of the state parks. Is anyone planning on tent camping?

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    Julie and Pete Harris (Friday, 07 August 2009 19:26)

    West Mountain state park is wonderful. I wish they had motorhome camping there. We plan on going on a few hikes out there if anyone is interested