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One could describe the historic Beaver Lake Lodge and Cabins as being at the far side of the town of Marble, Colorado . However, in a town the size of Marble (pop.85,) it is more precise to say that the historic Beaver Lake Lodge IS the far side of the town of Marble.Our 5 cabins were home to quarry workers a century ago. The cabins have been newly updated without sacrificing their vintage character. Each cabin is unique, but all have porches, hardwood floors, log beds, handmade quilts, baths, kitchens and charcoal grills. Cabin rates are $79-$109 per night. Around the cabins and among the spruce and aspen trees are campfire rings, picnic tables, barbecues, and a hefty marmot that lives under the wooden boardwalk and pops up to check on our guests. The lodge was once East Marble's school house, built in the late 1800s. Over the years it has been added onto and transformed into the town's meeting hall, a bait and tackle shop, a restaurant, and since the mid 1950s, a lodge. The rooms in the lodge have been newly renovated. In contrast to the more rustic cabins, the lodge rooms have a Country Inn appeal: antiques, down comforters, matelasse coverlets, vintage-style wallpaper and poster beds. The lodge rooms are equipped with full baths and kitchenettes (one having a full kitchen), and each lodge room is accessed from an outside lodge porch. Summer is our gilded season, when visitors swell Marble into a mountain leisure park. There is no golf, no tennis, no scuba diving - but there are fishing holes, river rafting, lake activities, horse rides and pack trips, hiking and biking trails, wildlife, jeeping, magnificent waterfalls, and relics of our rich mining culture to be discovered. In the fall we get 'leaf peepers' and hunters. In the winter we are covered in snow, and enjoy nordic skiing, sledding, ice skating and snow mobiling.
The place is primitive in every aspect - starting from making reservation. You'd have to send in a CHECK for the deposit and they will MAIL you the receipt, and you will have to pay CASH for the balance when you get there. Today's technology...More
Response from Karen G, Manager at Beaver Lake Lodge & CabinsResponded October 22, 2018
Thanks for your review Tony. In large part it seems that your feedback would be most beneficially directed toward a cell phone company and internet company for not providing our area with cell service and high speed internet. Our policies are in place due to...More
My partner has stayed here many times through the years and he wanted me to experience it as well. It was his birthday and we had a wonderful time. Went canoeing on the lake. Ate great food at the restaurant in town. Hiked to the...More
This place was such a neat find. Of course, we stayed in the off season for 2 nights in December for a birthday trip for yours truly so the crowds were nonexistent. However, despite being the ONLY folks at the lodge this timeframe we were...More
My wife and I spent two nights in a lodge room at Beaver Lake Lodge. The room was recently remodeled and very clean. It even had USB charging ports in the wall receptacles. The owners / operators work hard to make feel guests at home...More
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Response from Karen G, Manager at Beaver Lake Lodge & CabinsResponded October 9, 2017
Thanks so much for staying with us, Karen! We're glad you enjoyed your time up here and hope to see you again in the future. Happy Fall!
It's out in the middle of nowhere. Beautiful trees and a lake nearby. Bring your own groceries, only 1 restaurant in town. Good bbq but only bbq. Cabins are shaded by big pines. Looks older on the outside than inside.
The hike from town is roughly 4 hours round-trip. Yes a 4X4 vehicle with high clearance or an ATV can make the trip. You can rent an ATV from our neighbor RPS Rentals or book a seat on a Crystal River Jeep Tour instead. If... More
The hike from town is roughly 4 hours round-trip. Yes a 4X4 vehicle with high clearance or an ATV can make the trip. You can rent an ATV from our neighbor RPS Rentals or book a seat on a Crystal River Jeep Tour instead. If you bring an ATV you should know the speed limit in town is 15mph and you have to have a registration tag for it. So sorry I didn't reply with an answer sooner!
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