Open year round and just One Hour drive from Grand Junction airport this spectacular 6500sq. ft. Real Canadian 16-G Log Cabin (finished in 2013) is nestled on an large aspen filled lot that’s overlooking Vega Lake.
(Sleeps upto17 + 1 infant with up to 8 car parking). Vega is approximately two miles long and the largest body of water in the Grand Valley area. The lake is full of trout and some get over 5lbs. To get you to the fishing we include 2 canoes and 1 small row boat (plus life jackets). In the evenings cook on the gas barbecue and then roast marsh-mellows in the large fire pit.
The Grand Mesa is a large mesa in western Colorado in the United States with over two hundred lakes. It is the largest flat-topped mountain in the world.
The cabin/lodge sleeps up to 17+ 1 infant in beds with up to 8 car parking and is the perfect year round get-away for small family reunions, corporate or other retreats, and large family vacations. The cabin has 6 bedrooms if you include the loft, 2.5 baths, laundry room, open loft with log railing, wood burning fireplace and a full kitchen setup for larger groups. We have a large fire pit (and outdoor chairs) for roasting marsh mellows.
Relax in this expansive, beauty, comfort and only a Real Log Cabin/Lodge can offer you. This really is Vega Colorado mountain living at its best right here in Mesa County, Colorado!
Open year round. In winter the county plows the road right up to the cabin.
Large fire pit
Two 17' Canoes
1 Small row boat/wood trailer/with 2" ball receiver
1 Blow up kayak
Plenty of life jackets
2 large coolers
20 Outdoor chairs
2 picnic tables
8 day-backpacks for hiking
4 sets of cross country skis/boots
4 mountain bikes
Children's cabin toys
Satellite and WIFI
500+ DVD’s (80 inch flat screen TV)
TV for gaming (bring your own gaming systems)
6 pair of snow shoes
COLORADO ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGH...
FISHING, BOATING, HIKING, 4-WHEELING, SNOWMOBILING, BIKING, CROSS COUNTRY SKIING, HUNTING & RETREATS
The Grand Mesa is a large mesa in western Colorado in the United States. It is the largest flat-topped mountain in the world (with over two hundred lakes)! Vega lake is the largest lake in the area.
The cabin sits at 8200’ elevation and features incredible craftsmanship throughout, from the custom cabinetry to wrought iron railings. The expansive kitchen features a breakfast bar with seating for 10 that opens to a stunning living room with 35'cathedral ceilings. Exposed beams provide a warm feeling. The dinning room seats another 7. The lower level includes a 500 SF family/theater room, with handcrafted pine paneled walls and ceilings including two large couches, an 80” smart TV, 500 DVD’s, foosball table, TV for gaming systems (BRING YOUR OWN GAMING SYSTEMS), two other TVs, Satellite and WIFI. For small children there are plenty of toys and for infants we have a high chair and crib.
You can walk out onto the spacious 500 sq ft covered deck (with gas barbecue) that is the perfect place to kick back and enjoy the serenity of the views. Or build a fire in the fire pit out front and roast marshmallow. You also have access to unlimited recreation in the immediate area with fishing, hiking, biking, 4 wheeling, cross country skiing, birding watching, boating, snowmobiling depending on the season. Wildlife abounds around the home: deer, elk, moose, eagles, chipmunks, fox, marmots, wild turkeys and numerous species of birds can be seen depending on the season.
Sip hot chocolate by the crackling fireplace, gaze at the amazing views of Vega lake & mountains down below or unwind and enjoy the peace and quiet of the Aspens and Pines that surrounds the cabin on all four sides.
The cabin is the perfect place for corporate or other type of retreats.
FOR SNOWMOBILING TO THE TOP OF THE MESA:
Start right at the cabin. The Vega Snowmobile Trail #545 begins at the Vega State Park Trailhead just after crossing the dam and ends at an intersection with the Sunlight to Powderhorn Trail (SP). On the Sunlight to Powderhorn Trail Map the Vega Trail is #37 (66 6/10 Road). There is a large parking lot at this Trailhead for trailers and you can drive snowmobiles to and from the cabin from there.
The Trailhead #37-A is just down from the cabin at the cross roads of Parkview Road and 64 6/10 Road. This trail 37-A intersects #37. While our guest you can park trailers on Parkview road tight to the right so that the plow can drive by. Then drive the snowmobile or your car/truck to and from the cabin.
The trail #37 continues on Forest Service Road 262 in the Park Creek drainage through aspen into open meadows in Big Park. About half way through the meadow, the trail will intersect the SP Trail near Monument Creek. NOTE: The large heated garage is the perfect place to park and work on your snowmobiles.
Please email us any questions you may have!
Todd and Rhonda Tawzer