We enjoyed our late September stay at the Wild Hare Cabin!
The rustic and cozy Wild Hare cabin was just what I was looking for. Of the 4 or 5 rental cabins in the area, we were the only ones there so it was very peaceful, which was nice. Even the horses just feet away in their pasture were quiet. It was cool enough our second evening there that we decided to light a fire in the wood stove, which only added to the lovely ambiance. In my younger days, I was a hard-core backpacker and camper... one with nature, type. Now much older, I am no longer able to handle sleeping on the ground, but the sterility and closed in feel of a hotel room is repulsive. This cabin was the perfect compromise. Just enough of the basics to be easier on those old arthritic joints, rustic enough to still be "one with nature", except with running water, electricity if needed and indoor plumbing. If we're ever back in the area, we would for sure stay there again. The one thing I'd like to see, and maybe it was there but we missed it, would be a write up of the history of the place. Lots of antiques and curiosities... with stories to tell, I'm sure.
Cabin located near Chalk Creek, Wrights Lake, St. Elmo, Mt. Princeton and Antero