P.O. Box 1676
Bailey, CO, 80421
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- Comfortable lodging
- Outdoor activities
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Bailey Lodge, on the property of the former Moore Dale Ranch Resort, offers comfortable lodging in the heart of beautiful Platte Canyon, 2.5 miles southwest of Bailey Colorado on US Highway 285. Our resort-like setting with its roomy two-room suites are great for any length of stay...nightly, weekly, or monthly.
Bailey Lodge is convenient to any outdoor activity you can imagine. We’re right on the edge of Colorado’s Pike National Forest by the Platte River Mountains and the Kenosha Range of the Rocky Mountains. Our accommodation overlooks a heated swimming pool and a lovely stretch of the North Fork of the South Platte River where you can fly fish for trout on lodge grounds.
We offer lodging to a variety of people: tourists, house-hunters, fisher-people, hunters, workers, relocation clients, wedding guests and weary travelers just needing a place to rest their heads.
We’re known for being friendly, casual and clean. Whether you’re looking for an low-key, idyllic place to kick back & read a book (or write one), take a nap or you’re ready for a real mountain adventure, take a scenic drive, have a fun family weekend in the mountains, we are the place for you!
Located only 46 highway miles from Denver, Bailey Lodge is a perfect spot to get away from the city. Our out-of-state visitors love the convenient access of both mountain activities and the urban amenities metro Denver provides. If you're visiting friends or family who live within the 285 Corridor, Bailey Lodge is a natural lodging choice. The beautiful, scenic drive along 285 makes the trip to Bailey Lodge easy.
With so much to do nearby you’ll enjoy your stay at Bailey Lodge no matter what time of year you choose to visit our beautiful scenic area in the Colorado Rockies. Everything you want is here or nearby: hiking, fishing, rafting, kayaking, horseback riding, hunting, snow shoeing, cross country skiing, designated scenic byways, fascinating historic towns, arts and crafts from local artisans and much more