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Off Grid Moose Haven Cabin in Colorado

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There’s a time for a luxury vacation, and then there’s a time for an off-grid adventure that gets you closer to nature. This rustic A-frame in Colorado is the perfect place for a couple or a handful of friends to get together and enjoy stunning views, tons of nature experiences, and a cozy wood-burning stove.

Inside the tiny aframe you’ll find a couch, and a bunk bed with a twin and full bed. Up the stairs is a loft bedroom with another pull-out bed for two. There’s also a kitchenette, outhouse, and shared shower house. Solar power will keep your phones charged and the lights on, but they provide lanterns and a flashlight just in case.

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Enjoy An Off-Grid Vacation at This Moose Haven Cabin

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Here’s the little dining and kitchenette area.

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Cozy wood everywhere! Love the red ceiling.

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The couch can be moved around to where you’d like it.

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Staircase up to the loft.

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Loft bedroom with pull out couch.

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Keep cozy with the wood stove.

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Outhouse is close to the cabin.

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Composting toilet inside.

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WOW! What a view.

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Would you enjoy staying here?

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  • The remoteness, views, ability to have pets make this spot special
  • Hiking, biking, xc ski or snowshoe opportunities right from your cabin to our Elk Run Trail or into Routt National Forest and the Mount Zirkel Wilderness makes this destination hard to beat.
  • Downstairs is a full and twin bed and a queen fold out sofa bed upstairs.
  • There isn’t running water in the cabin however well water is provided.
  • We provide a gas grill for cooking in lieu of the fire pit.
  • There is a fire pit with a grill for cooking at the front door.
  • Solar powers the lights and phone charger. A flashlight and candles are supplied.
  • We also supply the following: blankets, linens, pillows, silverware, cooking utensils, pots and pans, French Press, glasses, cups, water, firewood, matches, 3 outside chairs, picnic table and a fire-ring with grill.
  • The composting bathroom is 20 feet from the cabin.
  • The shower house is within 100 feet and is shared with one other cabin.

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Natalie C. McKee

Natalie C. McKee is a contributor for Tiny House Talk and the Tiny House Newsletter. She's a wife, and mama of three little kids. She and her family are homesteaders with sheep, goats, chickens, ducks and quail on their happy little acre.
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  • James D.
    February 6, 2021, 4:12 pm

    Sorry you had such a bad experience but thanks for sharing. Sounds like they have to get their act together over there… Too bad, it looks like a nice area to visit…

    • Nathan Sheetz
      February 6, 2021, 5:19 pm

      Thanks, yes, it’s a beautiful area and the view from the cabin is stunning. And I do hope they “get their act together” as far as the rustic cabins on the property go. It also seems from their existing reviews that most guests even in this particular cabin have a great time. My best guess is it may be largely an issue with 2-day weekend stays vs. our longer weekday stay? For example we’d have had enough wood supplied for our whole stay and the toilet would never have gotten full, if we’d checked in on Friday and left on Sunday.

      That said I wrote this review in anger and regret the tone I took and the venue I chose to post it. I just picked the first place I could find with a comment section that mentioned this cabin, since we didn’t book on airbnb where most of their reviews are so I couldn’t leave one there. I’ve contacted the post author to request my comment be deleted.

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