BEAVER LAKE LODGE AND CABINS

201 E. SILVER ST.
MARBLE, CO 81623
970-963-2504
BeaverLakeLodge.com
info@BeaverLakeLodge.com

A historic Lodge with Cabins and Private Home rentals nestled in one of the most spectacular and well photographed high mountain valleys of Colorado. Surrounded by mountain peaks, the Crystal River, Beaver Lake, the White River National Forest and the Raggeds Wilderness, from< here you can explore an area rich in outdoor activities, history, and art.

The cabins were home to quarry workers a century ago. Renovated without forsaking their vintage character, they all have porches, hardwood floors, log beds, private baths, kitchens and BBQ grills. Campfire rings and picnic tables are outside. The lodge rooms have a cottage inn ambiance and are equipped with a kitchen or kitchenette, and full bathrooms.

Groups may rent the great room including a dining area, full size kitchen with 3 ovens, and a spot to relax by the fireplace.

Use their canoes. Sit by a Campfire. Fish in Beaver Lake or the Crystal River. Hike. Rent ATVs. Take a Jeep Tour. Ride a Horse. Hire a guide. Explore Historic Sites and Galleries.

There is no better place to experience Winter. Nordic ski out your door. Snowshoe, Ice Skate, Ice Climb, Back Country Ski (for those with experience), and Sled.

Open year around. Phone and Wi-Fi services are available for guest use in main Lodge. Clean, Pet Friendly. Affordable ($79 - $125)

Their latest Customer Review:

This place was just what I expected, just what I wanted and just what we needed…Marble was a kind of forced isolation and it was wonderful. The lodge is a delight…Our cabin was a one room affair with a kitchenette, table and chairs and a big, comfortable bed. The young lady at the front desk was one of the friendliest hosts I have ever encountered.

We were there over the 4th of July and there was a Marble Symposium going on. That means there were a lot of sculptors holed up down near the river cutting, carving, chiseling and polishing their marble creations. We asked one lady if we could pick up some of the chips off the ground and got a 15 minute lecture on the finer points of marble and what makes this marble some of the best in the world -- Fascinating afternoon. There is nothing bad I can say about this place. I have to give it the best score I can and I can't wait to get back there.