We are adhering to Gov. Jared Polis’ state mandate “Safer at Home and in the Vast Outdoors” https://covid19.colorado.gov/public-health-executive-orders
Camp Kush is private property and accommodations are outdoors, spread across about 10 acres and camp capacity is not greater than 25 campers at any given time. Indoor spaces/common areas are limited to less than 10 people (kitchen, hostel bunkhouses, toilets, and showers).
Campers will be screened for symptoms or covid contact at the entrance gate.
Campers shall maintain social distance and not crowd common areas.
Campers shall take advantage of running water and provided soap at sinks and showers and are encouraged to practice good hygiene.
Camp is cleaned daily and disinfected often, as per usual! Bedding is no longer provided, campers must bring their own or pay a surcharge.
Detailed information can be found here:
Please Book Via
Please book via Hipcamp. This is private property- No campers accepted without a reservation.
From Main St/Highway 160 in East Cortez, turn South on Hawkins St. Follow until it dead ends at Road 27, then turn right. Follow Road 27 for one mile until it dead ends at Road H. Turn left. Follow Road H for four miles. You are getting close when you see our neighborhood mailboxes on your right. Stay on the main road/left.
Turn left into the first driveway, clearly marked with our address, Tibetan prayer flags, green gates and funky flashing traffic light.
We'll come out to greet you!
"Hosts have an amazing setup and they are awesome! We stayed in the juniper cabin, and ended up booking another night because we loved it so much. The cabins are spacious, cozy and simple. The bathroom and kitchen area are just a short walk under the stars at night or with the hues of the sunrise in the morning. There is an observation tower to lookout and they have an awesome spot for sunset. Camp Kush is the perfect vibe for us who love living simply and deeply connected with earth. Honestly we were scoping out the area by the end because we loved it so much, and would love to work with them. We left feeling inspired by what they are creating. They are passionate, motivated and carry a lot of vision and you can see it and feel it in the way they tend to their land. This place is unique and would stay here all the time if we could! I would highly recommended staying here at Camp Kush; you will fall in love with it!
Michelle, Hipcamper, October 2019
"We loved everything about our experience at Camp Kush. The cabin and bed were comfortable. The showers were hot and the community kitchen was perfect for making all your meals. The best part was how close it is to Mesa Verde. One of the best places we have stayed. We will be back! Thanks Jen for being a great host and sharing your beautiful place with us."
Eileen, Hipcamper, July 2019
"The friendliest campsite you’ll ever come across. From the host (and her dog, Luna) to the other campers here, it’s been amazing. Big comfy cabin, easy access to facilities, best kitchen area I’ve seen yet, whether you’re tent camping or staying in a cabin, STAY HERE !!!!"
Hannah, Hipcamper, June 2020
"Very nice and clean space. Kitchen is fully equipped and bathrooms and very clean! Go ahead, stay!"
Sergio, Minneapolis, MN May 2020
"Great camp, beautiful views, and great amenities. What more could you ask for? Jen was so helpful in letting us into camp with our late arrival, and she was very prompt with communication and providing directions on how to get there."
Cody, Denver, CO, April 2020
"Perfect place for me, peace and quiet, good people respectful and courteous. I even extended my stay and i will be back. Thanks Jen"