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A Colorado fishing license will be required to fish at the pond or at the river.
A Colorado fishing license can be purchased at Freemons Store (located 20 minutes south on 149 towards Creede) or in Lake City or Creede (you may also purchase one online as well).
In the case of an emergency, please come to the caretakers’ cabin where we have WiFi and can make emergency calls out. We also have a large first aid kit for minor injuries.
Due to critter concerns we request that our guest put all food scraps in trash bags and then, when full, remove and place in the whiskey trash barrels on the porch. We will gather and collect all trash each day.
Our fridges work through a combination of “black magic” and propane. This combination allows our fridges to do well and get very cold. The setting should be left on #3… unless you like frozen salads.
Yes! Just up the hill to the west of our cabins lies the old “Stagecoach Trail”. This wooded walk takes you past Mitchell Springs (where Oleo gets its water) and parallels highway 149.
There’s also a trailhead at the end of our CR 17 that offers two trails into La Garita Wilderness (Skyline and Cebolla Trails).
While we welcome OHV’ers to Oleo we do not allow the units to be driven on Oleo property. You may park your trailers in a designated location here at Oleo but we ask that they not be parked by our cabins (space is limited in our cabin parking areas and turning a trailer around is often difficult if not impossible).