Moose Manor at Mesa Lakes cabin sits within aspen and spruce/fir forest at an elevation of 9,500 on the north side of the Grand Mesa National Forest.
The original cabin was constructed in the 1930's . The cabin is located off Colorado State Highway 65, about a 45 minute drive from Grand Junction area of western Colorado.
This cabin will be available both weekdays and weekends.
At a Glance
Open June 29- September 23, 2012
Reservations or call 877-444-6777. Reseervations must be made at least 3 days in advance.
Cabin Rental Fee - $180.00 per night; 7 days a week.
If traveling along I-70 take Exit 49 (Grand Mesa Scenic & Historic Byway). Travel South on State hwy 65 approximately 23 miles. Turn right into Mesa Lakes Recreation Area. Take second right towards Day Use parking area and bare left to gate to Mesa Lakes Ranger Station. Moose Manor is 2nd cabin on left. Parking is behind cabin.
If traveling from Cedaredge, Co. Travel north on State Hwy 65 approximately 28 miles. Turn left into Mesa Lakes Recreation Area. Take second right towards Day use parking area and bare left to gate to Mesa Lakes Ranger Station. Moose Manor is 2nd cabin on left. Parking is behind cabin.
The semi-rustic cabin has a refrigerator, indoor plumbing including a shower and flush toilet, and an electric cooking stove. Electricity is available and provides the lighting and heat. Sleeping accommodations include 1 queen size sofa sleeper and 4 twin size beds. Air mattress or cots can be brought in to accommodate 8 adults. Moose Manor has a fireplace to enjoy. A large grass yard fronts the cabin, which is perfect for family gatherings and weddings!
Moose Manor cabin can be accessed by passenger vehicle with paved and gated access.
A popular mountain bike trail, Westbench adjoins the Mesa Lakes Recreation area which has 7 lakes within walking distance and includes a hand carry boat launch for canoes and non-motorized boating.
From mid-August through early October, people will enjoy the fall colors with the extensive aspen stands surrounding the area. It is a beautiful backdrop for weddings, family gatherings and those that enjoy crisp fall weather for mountain biking, hiking and fishing.
If you are planning a wedding or family reunion at this facility and you are anticipating 75 or more people please contact the Grand Valley Ranger District at 970/242-8211 and request a Special-use permit for noncommercial group use. (FS-2700-3b) Applicants need to fill the FS-2700-3b form out and return to the Grand Valley Ranger District attention Ryan Fricke-Recreation Resource Specialist.
If you are planning on a family reunion or wedding the facility can accommodate 30 vehicles