Site is in mountains of Colorado at about 9600' in altitude. 7 miles from Cripple Creek, Colorado. Gravel site with electric available (30 amp service)
No smoking on property
No trash service available
No generators after 10 pm or before 8 am
Pets must be on a leash, please pick up after your pet
Do not remove any posts on site.
Straddle the water meter Do Not drive over it.
Reimburse at $5 per day for electric usage.
Directions for parking are in the mail box on site.
Please read before parking.
The site is on a county-maintained gravel road. It is winding with a grade going up to the site. Located in a cul de sac in a small subdivision. Trees are not a problem.
Next to coach location on roadway. Road is a gravel base on a cul de sac. Mailbox located next to address near man-gate that contains simplified parking instructions. Please leave instructions for next guest.
Available September 15 thru October 31st 2020.
Historical mining town of Cripple Creek and Victor, Colorado. Limited stakes gaming is located in town approximately 6 miles away. We are also located near numerous Gold Medal fly-fishing rivers that are an easy day trip.
This is a wonderful location. Electricity worked perfect. Very quiet only saw and heard a couple of people during our stay and only for a second or two as they were just driving by to their homes. The deck is fantastic and a great place to sit and relax. Parking spot is gravel and very level. In fact I didn’t need to do any leveling with my trailer at all. Made a trip into Cripple Creek for a day and rode the train had lunch at Ralfs Break Room and drove up to Victor. Town could use some help as there are a lot of empty spaces, but it is interesting. I have been to the jail museum and the main museum before and can say they are great. There are a few places you can dump at if you need to after your stay. One in town and another called Lost Burro. We chose lost burro and it’s a very run down campground and wouldn’t recommend as the road is very rough. This is a great escape and a wonderful spot and I highly recommend.
We truly enjoyed our stay at Highest of High - they have a lovely deck that juts out into the woods/over the hillside, just above their daughter's home. When you look out your windows, you feel like you are up in a tree house. The neighborhood is very quiet, and we had some good exercise walking up the hills in the development.
Notes for other guests: We had originally chosen this spot for its proximity to Florisant Fossil Beds Nat'l Monument, but ended up also stumbling into Cripple Creek, an old mining town full of casinos, restaurants, etc. Enjoyed the museum there and the narrow gauge train ride. We also made the drive in to Colorado Springs one day for some shopping and to tour Garden of the Gods. So much to do in this area.
Thanks again, Nick, and daughter Connie. It is very kind of you to share this lovely spot.
Nice and quiet neighborhood in the mountains. Parking is right on the side of the road, but it is a very rarely used road as there is only one other home owner that lives past this spot. Go down to the cul-de-sac for an awesome view of the mountains and watch the sunset. We loved sitting on the deck watching the aspen leaves twinkle in the cool mountain breeze.
Although we did not meet the host, their spot was perfect. They built a spot specifically for boondockers. We enjoyed our stay. Thank you for making this place available.
This is the perfect spot if you love beauty and quiet. We loved having a deck to enjoy in the evening. Thank you!
We slept so well every night during our stay! We saw so much wildlife right out our windows! Love the set up provided and the roads in are easy to travel and well maintained! Great place to stay! Lots to do in the area.
My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed staying at the Highest of High! The deck and power hookups were much appreciated. We also enjoyed getting our exercise walking the neighborhood roads! Thank you!
Can't speak highly enough about our experience at Highest of High. Our furnace went down before a two-day snow storm and pipes froze midway through. Their grandson trekked up the snowy hill to deliver us a jug of water and make sure our power was on. They also let us stay an extra day til the roads cleared up and our pipes thawed out.
Besides our tribulations, we still had time to hike by some historic gold mines and take in majestic views.
I wish there was a much happier face to check at the top of the page. Our hosts were more than just accommodating. Our hosts made sure they we had everything we needed. They were helpful in giving us direction regarding what to see and do in the local area. We found that we had some amazing connections and coincidences during our friendly conversations. The site for our camper was perfect and the amazing views of the mountains and Pike's Peak from almost 10,000 feet made our stay very enjoyable and memorable. Thank you so much and hope to see you again.
What a lovely stay. Our kind hosts, while busy with projects of their own, made us welcome and comfortable. They replenished us with delicious drinking water and made time for our grandchildren (who really hit it off) to enjoy some play time together, while we adults could get better acquainted.
To our kind hosts... Thanks again. We appreciate you more than you know. Hope we can get together when you’re next in Arizona.
Nick and Jeannie were my first boondockerswelcome.com experience and it couldn't have gone better. From reservation to arrival and departure, they were perfect hosts. They made me and my dog, Mika, feel very welcome and were great neighbors for three days. I will definitely come back through some day!