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trying to remember business with motel and a few tiny cabins

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trying to remember business with motel and a few tiny cabins

Five years ago, we stayed in a tiny, rustic cabin next to the river in early June. The cabins were so close and the river was near flood stage that we were a little concerned. Nevertheless, we would like to stay there again. But, we cannot remember the business' name.

Anyone know of it? It's just outside of town, possibly on the west side. Much thanks.

Steamboat Springs...
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1. Re: trying to remember business with motel and a few tiny cabins

Was this the place?

www.steamboatcampground.com/features.html

Steamboat Springs...
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2. Re: trying to remember business with motel and a few tiny cabins

Used to be a Kampground of America years ago. It's the only place that fits the description.

Cheers

Ski Country...
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3. Re: trying to remember business with motel and a few tiny cabins

Would it have been the Riverbend cabins? Next to the Riverbend Roadhouse restaurant and the par 3 golf course? If so, those cabins are all long term rentals and the restaurant isn't there any more. :(

4. Re: trying to remember business with motel and a few tiny cabins

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