Two new structures are under construction atMountain State in , a report said. These “tiny home”-like buildings will soon make for a glamorous experience.
These are “beautiful, deluxe,” as described by a ranger in a sneak peek posted on the Park’s Facebook page. The video featured one of the ‘ wooden floors, a pine ceiling, and the space for two bunk beds.
The air-conditioned and heated, which have showers and bathrooms, can accommodate up to six . Kitchenettes will come with refrigerators, sinks, microwaves, as well as a large table.
Outside, there are grills and Adirondack chairs that will offer views of the mountains and Fort Carson on the plains. Trees separate the .
The report also mentioned localand Wildlife spokesman Bill Vogrin who called the “90% or 95% done.” He added that the goal is to have them begin opening this winter or in the early spring.
“Not everybody wants to necessarily sleep on the ground in aor even pull a camper up, but they want to enjoy the out of doors and be in a , and this serves that market,” Vogrin said.
He believed they would be booked fast when they become available.Mountain’s , which has 50 full hook-up and ten basic , is booked regularly.