The Hideout at Glenwood Springs RV Resort and Tiny Home Village
1293 County Road 117, Glenwood Springs, Colorado, 81601
Please see our website at: https://www.hideoutglenwood.com. 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.
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