Cabins in Bailey, Colorado

There are countless reasons why you would want to stay at one of our cabins in Bailey, Colorado on the 150 acres at Glen Isle Resort. Bailey, Colorado is the perfect vacation spot for friends, family, reunions, or a private get away.

Glen Isle originally built cabins in Bailey, for an escape from the hectic Denver. Once you cross the bridge into the resort, you’ll understand why it has served as peaceful getaway for over a century. The Platte River welcomes you and divides the property from Highway 285. If you love to fish, you have a mile of the river to use at your disposal. If hiking is your forte and you desire to explore nature, Glen Isle is surrounded by the National Forest, Lost Creek Wilderness, Payne Gulch Trailhead, the Colorado Trail and many private acres for you to explore.

You will find history narrates the Native American’s story where Glen Isle was once used as an Indian campground, and numerous trees still stand today that were culturally modified to mark sacred treasures. If you seek tranquility, sit on the deck of your private cabin where the hummingbirds and chipmunks are always seeking an audience to entertain.

Things to Do in the Area

Bailey, Colorado hosts several restaurants, shops, a state of the art ropes and obstacle course descending from the pine trees in the Pike Forest. With all the excitement, you can’t forget to visit the Sasquatch Outpost where Jim and Daphne can take you on a guided tour of finding a glimpse of the infamous Bigfoot.
The nicest part of the cabins in Bailey is that you are never far away from Denver, so you can enjoy Broadway tours, the biggest concert tours, Red Rocks events, the Denver Zoo, Elitch Gardens, Colorado Rockies‘ games, Denver Broncos‘ games,  other sporting events, and so much more!

However, if you want to stay away from the city, go west on 285 and you will find breathtaking views of Kenosha Pass, the little ghost town of South Park in Fairplay, Breckinridge, the Continental Divide and a short drive outside of Buena Vista you will find one of the most preserved ghost town’s of St. Elmo’s.

There are plenty of things to do at Glen Isle and within the surrounding area. Come be part of the historical treasure of Glen Isle Resort, and explore the adventures near and around Bailey, Colorado right off Highway 285.