The Hideout at Glenwood Springs RV Resort and Tiny Home Village

$36.75 per night, starting at.

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1293 County Road 117, Glenwood Springs, CO, 81601

Please see our website at: You can reach us by phone at: (970) 235-0059.

Nestled between a national forest and the banks of 3-Mile Creek, the Hideout at Glenwood Springs offers 42 full hookup RV sites, 15 cabins, and several summer RV tent sites in a beautiful natural setting minutes from downtown Glenwood Springs. Access to WIFI is free throughout the park. The Hideout even has two corporate ski passes for Sunlight Mountain, a local ski resort, that park residents and guests can use. Note that all sites are back-in only.

Extended stay housing and short-term rentals are both available.

Originally founded by Fur Traders in 1888, the Hideout maintains the original serenity up to this day, while bordering Glenwood Springs with all its amenities and fun. Our 9 acres of grounds are surrounded by rivers and national forest. There is plenty of outdoor fun to be had: hiking, mountain biking, skiing, gold medal waters, hot springs, and more.

Glenwood Springs was home to the indigenous Ute Tribe, for whom the hot springs were sacred. Giving the settlement its name, they are still central to the essential Glenwood experience today. In past they attracted settlers in the wild west days, who founded Defiance, a settlement with saloons, brothels, cabins and tents in 1883. Defiance was shortly after renamed Glenwood Springs, became a trading center, and started to attract tourists as early as the late 18th century. President Theodore Roosevelt and Molly Brown vacationed at the Hotel Colorado, today a local historic landmark. Buffalo Bill visited often, and Doc Holliday died at the Glenwood Hotel and still haunts the town’s graveyard every October.

Water & Electric RV Sites

These sites are suitable for small RVs.

There is tank fill water available at each site. Extra vehicles are considered after the RV and tow vehicle.  Please note that overflow parking for extra vehicles is located away from the site.

**We have limited full hook up sites available throughout the year that are not shown here.  Please give us a call to inquire.**

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Large RV Site $50.00 Choose Your Site
Small RV Sites $40.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Sites

Extra vehicles consider anything beyond one vehicle per site.  There is room for one vehicle on the site and overflow parking is located away from the site.

Options Starting Daily Starting Weekly Starting Monthly
Large Tent Site $40.00 Choose Your Site
Tent Site $35.00 $210.00 $850.00 Choose Your Site

Laundry Facilities


30 Amps

50 Amps

Back-in RV Sites

RV Hookup





Horseback Riding

Kayaking & Canoeing

Scenic Drives

Snow Sports

White-Water Rafting

Whitewater Rafting & Kayaking

Extended Stay


Family Friendly


Tent Camping

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1293 County Road 117, Glenwood Springs, CO, 81601

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  • Tiny Homes à la 1920s: We have relocated 6 original tiny homes from downtown Glenwood from the 1920s.
  • We still have the original dwelling on our site from 1888 when Fur Trader's originally settled in this valley.
  • Tiny Home Lots: Today we are pulling out old RVs and pulling in Tiny Homes and Airstreams. If you have a Tiny Home on wheels and want to call the Roaring Fork Valley home, give us a call and we'll save you a spot in the woods, or by the river.
  • Long-term and short-term RV sites
  • Tent sites
  • Wi-Fi
  • Laundry facilities
  • The Hideout has two corporate ski passes for Sunlight Mountain, a local ski resort, that park residents can use.



  • Enjoy three hot spring resorts
  • Skiing (Less than 10 miles to the local mountain and close to all four Aspen ski resorts.)
  • Hiking and mountain biking
  • Fishing and hunting
  • Explore Prince Creek, Wolfeson, Marble, Fruita, Red Mountain, and the Glenwood Canyon
  • Explore Hanging Lake, Colorado River and Roaring Fork River
  • Visit the Frontier Museum
  • Visit the Doc Holliday Collection
  • Have a blast at Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park
  • Attend the Annual RiverFEST
  • Eat and drink at Glenwood Springs' many excellent restaurants and bars
  • Supermarkets and stores nearby (Walmart, Roaring Fork Marketplace, Natural Grocers)
  • Travel from Glenwood Springs on Amtrak’s Zephyr line connecting Chicago and California’s Bay Area
  • Visit Carbondale (12 miles)
  • Visit Aspen (40 miles)

Extra Vehicles

There is room for 1 RV and tow vehicle per RV Site and 1 vehicle per Tent Site. Additional vehicles beyond that will need to be parked in the overflow parking away from the site.


Fires are allowed in park-supplied fire pits only. Wood and charcoal fires only.

Pet Restrictions

Up to 2 pets are allowed with prior approval. Pets must be on leashes at all times while on the premises. Camper is responsible for cleaning up after their pets and will be assessed clean-up charges when failing to do so. Park Management reserves the right to refuse access to the premises for aggressive pets.