Parking:Parking is limited and on a first come, first served basis.
We have 75 spaces onsite and overflow parking can be up to 25 minutes away. We strongly encourage attendees to consider the airport transfer service if you are coming in from out of town. If you are driving, please car pool if possible.What to Bring:
Clothing: Weather varies considerably in the mountains. Days can be warm and nights can be cool, so make sure pack accordingly. Hiking shoes or a good pair of sneakers are also advised as well as rain gear in the event of an afternoon shower.
Bottled Water - will be available for purchase onsite
Personal toiletries - we provide shampoo, conditioner and body wash
Bottled Oxygen - If you feel you may need it as we are at over 8000 feet of elevation. (Will be available for purchase onsite)
Bear Spray - will be available for purchase onsite
Towel service is provided on a complimentary basis for guest staying in the main lodge, cabins and glamping structures. Towel service is available for $18 per person for guests who book camping or primitive camping.
Waivers: All guests must sign an electronic waiver before check-in. Click here to sign waiverFood Policy:
Puma Hills is designated as a high wildlife impact area. We are thrilled to have this designation. During the summer months it is not unusual to see moose, bear, elk, deer, fox, rabbits, eagles, hummingbirds and owls to name a few critters that visit our valley. We strive to be good stewards of the land. To that end, we ask that you join us during your stay in being good stewards. Most of our lodging options are under canvas, therefore food, drinks (other than unflavored water) cannot be kept in these structures. They will, without a doubt, attract bears. We do have a few shared bear proof containers for toiletries, however, we recommend that you consider purchasing a small, personal bear proof container for convenience.
Beer, wine, and spirits and a variety of snacks will be available for purchase at very reasonable prices. Alcohol may not be brought onto the property.How to Get Here:
Bison Peak Lodge at Puma Hills is located at 20859 County Road 77, Lake George CO 80827. Because the paved road leading to our property is undiscovered and scenic, people often miss our entrance so please pay attention to the mile markers as you make your way to the resort. We are located between mile marker 21 and 22. If you are coming from Denver, pass mile marker 21, and we are 1/2 mile down the road to your right. If coming from Colorado Springs, pass mile marker 22, and we will be 1/2 mile on your left.Checkout:
Checkout time is 11:00 amThings to Do:
Onsite, we have guided archery on our 3D range, marked hiking trails, use of sporting equipment, board games and lawn games such as corn-hole, horseshoes, badminton, wiffleball, giant chess, volleyball, giant Jenga, Kadima, lawn bowling, and Kan Jam.
Off property, you can enjoy horseback riding, ATV rentals, boating, white water rafting, hot air ballooning, mountain biking hiking, and fishing. We offer fly fishing gear, belly boats, and kayaks for an additional charge. To reserve horseback riding call Tarryall River Ranch at (800) 408-8407. Call (786) 897-1087 or (727) 455-8791 if you would like to reserve our boats, kayaks, or fishing gear.Cancellation Policy:
- Lodging reservations, meal plan tickets, and airport transfers are fully refundable minus an 10% administrative fee when cancelled before June 15, 2023.
- Cancellations made between June 16 – June 30, will be charged one night’s lodging, and/or 50% of the cost of the meal plan ticket and/or airport transfer.
- Cancellations made after June 30th are not refundable.
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