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Cabin in Collbran
Large Vega Lake Colorado Real Log Cabin
This short term cabin/lodge rental is open all year. One Hour drive from Grand Junction Airport this spectacular 6500sq. ft. Real Canada 16-G Log Cabin (finished 2013) is nestled in the aspens overlooking Vega Lake. (Sleeps up to 17 + 1 infant with up to 8 car parking). 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 barbecue on the deck, roast marshmellows in the fire pit or watch the deer.
$396 per night
Cabin in Mesa
Powderhorn Grand Mesa Cabin
Stay in the Grand Mesa National Forest with a 1 min drive to Powderhorn Ski Mountain Resort. Surrounded by every imaginable mountain activity; downhill and cross country skiing, snowshoeing and snowmobiling on 800 square miles of winter playground on top of the Grand Mesa meadows. Summer brings biking, hiking, fishing and paddle boarding at 300 lakes. Short drive to Palisade Wine Country and desert activities in Moab Utah and Colorado Nat Monument. For the natural world, you have it all .
$150 per night
Cabin in Cedaredge
Cabin #2 at Thunder Mountain Lodge
The Grand Mesa is beautiful! We are located at 10,200' in elevation. THERE WILL ALWAYS BE SNOW ON THE GROUND THROUGH MAY AND INTO JUNE. We have a total of 9 cabins for rent. We are across the street and a short walk to two lakes, beautiful scenery, hiking trails, XC skiing, atv-ing, snowmobiling, canoeing, mtn biking, and great fishing! We rent boats, stand up paddle boards & snowshoes. We also have snowmobile tours and rentals. There's something for everyone!
$131 per night

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Rental unit in Cedaredge
Rosie Knight Ranch
$65 per night
Tiny home in Cedaredge
Kisercreek Tiny House
$68 per night
Guesthouse in Cedaredge
Yonder Mountain Retreat
$166 per night
Tiny home in Hotchkiss
The Solargon
$100 per night
Guest suite in Cedaredge
Grand Mesa guest house
$69 per night
Guesthouse in Cedaredge
Cabin 1 Mountain Man
$85 per night
Guest suite in Hotchkiss
Top of the Mesa Lookout Tower
$65 per night
Cottage in Collbran
"BaseCamp" -- Remodeled cottage in Collbran
$95 per night
Home in Orchard City
The Orchard House
$55 per night
Home in Mesa
Powderhorn Grand Mesa Classy Family Cabin
$191 per night
Rental unit in Collbran
Collbran Bunkhouse Studio - A
$69 per night
Private room in Cedaredge
Maison de Terre Bed and Breakfast
$130 per night

Your guide to Grand Mesa

All About Grand Mesa

Located in western Colorado, Grand Mesa makes up for its lack of urban amenities with a plethora of campgrounds, hiking trails, and waters suitable for swimming and fishing alike. Colorado’s wine region is nearby, and between the wineries and neighboring cities, you won’t lack for delicious meals and drinks to replenish your energy levels after all your outdoor adventuring.

The flat-topped structure of this mountain received its unique shape many millennia ago, when ancient lava and water ate away at its shale and sandstone layers, and tectonic shifts sent the formation rising thousands of feet above ground; the result was the extraordinary natural wonder that now draws in visitors year-round. Atop the flat Grand Mesa is the famous 63-mile scenic byway where you can (carefully) drive, taking in the National Forest’s 300 stream-fed alpine lakes surrounded by spruce and pine trees. Wildlife like bald eagles, porcupine, black bears, and cougars roam freely amid the epic scenery.

When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Grand Mesa?

This natural paradise is a suitable destination for adventure seekers any time of year, but Grand Mesa is especially spectacular during the summer, when the terrain is exploding with greenery and the air is dry with nary a lick of humidity. Because it sits 6,000 feet above the nearby city of Grand Junction, summer temperatures stay comfortably warm during the day, while evenings cool down considerably, so you’ll want to have a jacket or extra layers on hand. Fall is also a great time to visit, when the temperatures turn crisp and the aspen trees light up in shades of yellow, red, and gold. During the snowy winters, you can cross-country ski, downhill ski, snowboard, and ice fish to your heart’s content. As the land reawakens in springtime, temperatures remain on the cool side, but are ideal for some heart-pounding outdoor fun.

What are the top things to do in Grand Mesa?

Fruit Picking

Around Grand Mesa, a number of family-run farms produce not just juicy apples, but squash, peaches, plums, and cherries. At many of these farms, if you show up around harvest season, you’re welcome to walk into the orchards to pick your own. Take your time meandering through the orchards to find the ripest fruit, and bring the makings of a picnic so you can enjoy what you’ve gathered afterward.

Lands End Overlook

Highway 65, a scenic byway, crosses Grand Mesa, taking visitors from the canyon up past aspen trees, fruit orchards, and vineyards to an awe-inspiring alpine peak. Driving this highway is a real thrill, especially when you stop at Lands End Overlook, where you’ll peer over a 10,000-foot drop, with the Rocky Mountains and forests stretching out for hundreds of miles in every direction.

Grand Mesa National Forest

Grand Mesa National Forest abounds with outdoor recreation opportunities, whether you’re up for a challenging 10-mile hike on Crag Crest Trail or a lazy day of trout fishing in well-stocked lakes. The forest teems with life — moose grazing in the meadows, black bears going about their business — and you’re welcome to bring your dog to explore the forest with you.

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