Beaver Lake Lodge and Cabins, Marble

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BEAVER LAKE LODGE AND CABINS

201 E. SILVER ST. MARBLE, CO 81623

970-963-2504
BeaverLakeLodge.com
info@BeaverLakeLodge.com

“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.”

“A historic Lodge with Cabins and Private Home rentals nestled in one of the most spectacular and well photographed high mountain valleys of Colorado. Surrounded by mountain peaks, the Crystal River, Beaver Lake, the White River National Forest and the Raggeds Wilderness, from here you can explore an area rich in outdoor activities, history, and art.”

“Groups may rent the great room including a dining area, full size kitchen with 3 ovens, and a spot to relax by the fireplace. Use their canoes. Sit by a Campfire. Fish in Beaver Lake or the Crystal River. Hike. Rent ATVs. Take a Jeep Tour. Ride a Horse. Hire a guide. Explore Historic Sites and Galleries. There is no better place to experience Winter. Nordic ski out your door. Snowshoe, Ice Skate, Ice Climb, Back Country Ski (for those with experience), and Sled. Open year around.

Phone and Wi-Fi services are available for guest use in main Lodge. Clean, Pet Friendly. Affordable ($79 – $125)”

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“Our 5 cabins have been handsomely renovated without forsaking their vintage character. Each cabin is unique, but all have porches, hardwood floors, log beds, baths, kitchens and charcoal grills. The cabins were home to quarry workers a century ago. Campfire rings and picnic tables are outside. The lodge rooms have a cottage inn ambiance and are equipped with a kitchen or kitchenette, and full bathrooms. Cabin rates are $135 – $165 per night, and are now open year round.  

Around the cabins and among the spruce and aspen trees are campfire rings, picnic tables, barbecues, and a hefty marmot that lives under the wood pile and pops up to check on our guests.”

“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, jeep tours, ATV rentals, 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, back country skiing, snow shoeing, sledding, ice skating and ice fishing.”

“Stroll down the wooded lane from the lodge and you are at Beaver Lake , a large pond surrounded by rugged, often snow-capped mountains. Bring a fishing pole and deck chair, or paddle in our canoe, kayak, or one of our stand up paddle boards. Continue, and the wooded lane becomes a jeep trail to the remote ghost town of Crystal City. On the way, stop at the famous Crystal Mill.”

“Walking back through town you will cross a bridge over Carbonate Creek and find yourself at Slow Groovin’ Restaurant, renowned for their award winning BBQ.”

“Across the street is the old State Bank building, now a coffee shop and information center.  Around the corner is the restored Marble Community Church, with an active congregation of people from all over the Roaring Fork Valley.”

“Marble’s mining heritage is different than all the rest in Colorado’s rugged mountains because in Marble they mined….marble. No messy mine tailings, no toxic dumps. However, the debris from this industry is remarkable. Everywhere you go in Marble, you find cut chunks of pure white….marble.” 

LODGE ROOMS

May 2019 “With our four Lodge Rooms, you have an amazing opportunity to feel the history of lodge, with new renovations and modern amenities. Please feel free to call us at 970-963-2504 and we would be more than happy to answer any of your questions.  If you prefer to communicate online, contact us and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.

“Room One: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Twin Bed, Kitchenette, 3/4 bath [shower, no tub], Maximum occupancy 3, $135.00

Room 3: 1 Queen, 1 Twin Bed, Kitchenette, Full Bath, Maximum occupancy 3, $135.00

Room 5: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Twin Bed, Full Kitchen, 3/4 Bath [shower, no tub], (can adjoin with room #7), Maximum occupancy 3, $150.00

Room 7: 1 Queen Bed, Kitchenette, 3/4 bath [shower, no tub], (can adjoin with room #5), Maximum occupancy 2, $135.00″

CABINS

“Did you know, our 5 cabins were home to quarry workers a century ago? Don’t worry, we won’t put you to work! Instead, our cabins are designed to give you the feel of your own charming mountain retreat. 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.” 

“Please feel free to call us at 970-963-2504 and we would be more than happy to answer any of your questions.  If you prefer to communicate online, contact us and we will get back to you as quickly as possible.”

May 2019 “Cabin 2: 1 Queen + 2 Twins in Loft, and 1 Daybed, Full Kitchen, ¾ Bath (shower, no tub), Maximum occupancy 5, $165.00

Cabin 4: 1 Queen Bed, 1 Twin Bed, Full Kitchen, ¾ Bath (shower, no tub), Maximum occupancy 3, $145.00

Cabin 6: 1 Queen Bed, Full Kitchen, 3/4 Bath, Maximum occupancy 2, $145.00

Cabin 8: 1 Queen Bed, Kitchenette w/Gas Cooktop, ¾ Bath (shower, no tub), Maximum occupancy 2, $135.00

Cabin 10, 2 Queen Beds, Full Kitchen, ¾ Bath (shower, no tub), Maximum occupancy 4, $155.00″

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BEAVER LAKE LODGE AND CABINS

201 E. SILVER ST. MARBLE CO 81623
970-963-2504

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