Clark Peak Cabins and Lodge

Luxurious Gould Colorado Cabin Rentals and Lodge

Clark Peak Cabins is located 90 miles west of Ft. Collins and 20 miles east of Walden and North Park. Our charming Gould Colorado Cabin Rentals offer luxurious amenities and easy access to all the region has to offer.

In the surrounding area, you will find many opportunities to enjoy hiking, fishing, horseback riding and wildlife viewing in the Colorado State Park and Forest and Routt National Forest. In the summer, the many old logging trails provide miles of ATV and mountain bike excitement. In the winter, we are surrounded by more than 200 miles of groomed snow-mobile trails.

History of Our Gould Colorado Cabin Rentals

Our lodge was originally built in 1936 as a Tavern and Dance Hall. It has served the Gould community for many years as a Tavern, Restaurant, and resort cabins. Some of the log cabins on the property are thought to have been moved from the Prisoner of War Camp (German soldiers) that was built in Gould during World War two. All cabins were completely remodeled and are completely modern including satellite TV.

Our Guest Lodge

The lodge contains a warm guest lounge where you can visit with friends while enjoying an afternoon snack of homemade goodies. Or watch a sports event on the big screen TV while enjoying complimentary snacks. Or check your e-mail with free Wi-Fi in the Lodge. The dining room with its large circular fire place is where you will be served your full breakfast every morning and a home cooked dinner should you chose the “Dinner included” option.

The Gift Shop features hand-made leather goods from ColoradoBootopbags and furs by The Fur Side as well has hand-made jewelry by Courtney.

Enjoy Fishing at Our Gould Colorado Cabin Rentals

A special feature of Clark Peak Cabins and Lodge is our pond which is located in front of the cabins. It is stocked with brown and rainbow trout just waiting for you to try and catch them. Fishing is included for all guests and we request that only flies or lures be used and that all fish are released. The pond is often visited by of some of our local wildlife, such as moose, beaver, river otter, and ducks. Early morning and early evenings are the best times for sightings.

 

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