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Recent Mesa Verde reviews

  • Great stay

    "The stay was fun and exciting love to come back. Everything was so well orginized, and labeled. My family loved it there the enviorment was beautiful. The only thing that bothered me was the internet. Id surely recommend this to all families."
    Guest: Miro Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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  • Wonderful cabin near Dolores

    "We stayed here for 2 nights and were extremely pleased. It is a spacious and homey atmosphere with nice views of Mesa Verde National Park off in the distance. It's quiet and secluded, perfect for a weekend getaway. We had two dogs with us and they immensely enjoyed the huge fenced in backyard. You are close to Cortez, Mancos and Mesa Verde. What a great location! We definitely plan to come back for another visit."
    Guest: Jim C. Date of Stay: October 2013 Review Submitted: October 25, 2013
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  • Beautiful home -family of four loved it and location to areas National Parks.

    "Mesa Verde cliff dwellings was our primary focus when searching for a house. Location was good but the house and offerings were the icing on the cake. Hot tub after hiking was fantastic. Very clean and modern. Two bedrooms and an extra HIGH QUALITY self inflating/deflating mattress was great with teenage kids. Patios and tables galore.. more than we could use in a few days. Separate observation deck for night sky viewing was nice. Many restaurants and grocery in town nearby. Many good destinations close by for day tripping and using as a base camp for a week."
    Guest: Mark B. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 28, 2014
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  • Things to Do with a Family in Summer

    "We stayed with 2 young kids in August. The cabin and grounds were fun for the kids but we also used it as a base for the following activities: 1) Durango-Silverton Railroad. It’s about 30 minutes away. We took the 9:30 bus up and the 1:45 train back and it worked well. Make sure to reserve the left side of the train when traveling to Durango from Silverton as the view is better. Finished the day with dinner at the Bar D Chuckwagon in Durango which had great music and a fun stuff for the kids. 2) Rimrock Outfitters Horse Back Riding. Rimrock Outfitters is located near the cabin. The hour ride around the lake reminded me of every cowboy movie I’ve ever seen, it was so picture perfect. The owners were super friendly and old west. 3) Mesa Verde. The national park is about 15 minutes from the cabin. To get all the way to Cliff Palace in the Park from the cabin was about an hour. We headed over in the afternoon, saw the museum and Spruce Tree House, and then did the twilight tour at Cliff Palace (reserved a month in advance). All excellent. 4) Hiking the La Plata Mountains. Near Rimrock Outfitters (and near the cabin) the county road continues on up into the Las Plata Mountains. The road was dirt (but easy compared to the Ouray area) and we drove up about 20 minutes above Rimrock and went for a fantastic hike. We found a well-marked trail that was also used for horses. There were free grazing cattle, wild flowers, and views. 5) Anasazi Heritage Center in Dolores. This museum was about 30 minutes away and had fun stuff for the kids. There was also an archaeological site near the museum but it was about a ½ mile hike and the kids were tired so we didn't do it. 6) Star Gazing. We took along a telescope and there was a nice spot next to the cabin for viewing the night sky."
    Guest: Greg G. Date of Stay: August 2014 Review Submitted: August 12, 2014
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