22572 Main St. - Monarch / Garfield, Colorado
Ghost Town Buffs
Perfect cabin for 3 couples or 2 families.
Sleeps 2 to 8 people
Cabin Owner: Jennifer Holland – Clinton, Louisiana
To Rent this Cabin Call: Lisa Rankin 719-539-2512 (office) Or 719-221-1493 (cell)
Old-Timer Cabin is located in the historic mining town of Garfield, Colorado. It is high in the Rockies at an elevation of 9,500 feet, six miles east of the Continental Divide. Surrounded by the San Isabel National Forest, Garfield offers views of timbered slopes by day, and star filled skies at night. Garfield originated as a mining town in the early 1800’s. In the later part of that century a fire swept through town, fortunately 3 of the original buildings survived; the schoolhouse, court house/ jail and one old log cabin, these are privately owned. Nowadays the remains of the Lilly, Garfield & Madonna Mines can be easily located. Also, scattered throughout the area you can find the foundations of original mining cabins from 200 years ago. Today vacation and ski cabins coexist with the original buildings on Garfield’s two streets.
Full Kitchen w/ Laundry • Family
Gas Logs in a Stone Fireplace
Basic Sat TV w/ VCR • Phone
1 Full Bathroom
3 Bedrooms: 2 BR's w/ double beds • 1 BR w/ 1 Double & 2 Twins
Patchwork Quilts - Bedding Provided
Covered Porch w/ Charcoal Gill
Approximately 1,200 sq. ft.
This is a log cabin right out of the Old West. The Old Timer is one of Garfield's Historic Buildings. It's a rustic log cabin built in the late 1800's during the gold and silver mining boom. Back then it served as the Town Hall and Jail.