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#2 of 4 Specialty lodging in Carbondale
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My husband and I stayed for 6 nights and thoroughly enjoyed the quiet campground/RV park and quaint town. Jim is the campground host and we loved that he maintains a quiet, peaceful, and clean campground. We had our dog with us, as did some other guests, and we found that our pup was totally welcome. She was always on a leash when outside, does not bark for prolonged periods of time, and we cleaned up after her. If you bring your furry friend camping with you and follow these guidelines in order to be courteous to others I think you’ll find that your pet is more than welcome. You can hear the river, the birds, and the chirping of some talkative marmots. The quarry is nearby but we didn’t hear much noise, even though we slept in a few mornings. We went to The Hub coffee shop once a day to check messages from home and the weather. It was pretty awesome to be detached from our phones and social media, yet be able to check in or get info if we needed to. Slow Groovin BBQ is the restaurant in town. We are there twice and it was awesome. They have salmon too which was a nice option. The Crystal Mill via ATV is INCREDIBLE! We also visited Maroon Bells in Aspen, Black Canyon (North Rim drive), and the towns of Paonia and Carbondale. The view from The Homestead Bar and Grill in Carbondale is beautiful! It looks like a postcard and the food was great! You could easily spend a week here and not run out of beautiful things to see! This campground was a lovely, serene place to call home at the end of each day, especially if you want to have electric and water hookups.
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I'll open by saying the location is stunning. The host however is not who I would have represent the park. Not pet friendly ,and rules with an iron fist. No need for us to return there. There is also the matter of the quarry right next to the park so week days are noisy.
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This is a community run RV park in Marble where we stayed for two nights. It is operated by a very friendly and accommodating man who lives on site. It was on the high end of the price range for an RV park, which is unusual for a small community operation. However, it did have reasonable facilities, shady sites and was quiet. Don't expect to find wifi in Marble. The only place that has it is "the Hub" (a little information centre and cafe, also community run). I needed to contact my work and didn't realise this until after the Hub had closed for the day, but the kind man in the campground walked up to the Hub and turned on the wifi for me to get my job done. It's a very laid back and accommodating sort of community. We stayed here the night before and after a hike to Crystal Mill and enjoyed both the hike and the walk around town to see the marble art galleries and learn a bit about the area's history. It's quite amazing to see marble used all over the place, including picnic tables in the campground.
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