Beautiful Lodging in America’s Most Unique National Park

Explore ancient cliff dwellings all day and spend your nights in comfort.

By: The Outbound Collective + Save to a List

Mesa Verde National Park may have flown under your radar until now, but trust us when we tell you this park is a must-do. With nearly 5,000 archeological sites including ancient historic homes of Ancenstral Puebloans, plenty of wildlife watching opportunities, and the mesmerizing desert landscape, Mesa Verde is unlike any national park you've ever visited. 

With very limited cell-service, no in-room TVs, gorgeous scenery, and trails to explore all around, Far View Lodge is the perfect place to unplug and reset.

The lodge is located 15 miles inside Mesa Verde and is the only lodging within park boundaries. Both the exterior and interior aesthetic are designed to reflect the essence of the surrounding desert landscape. 

Bedrooms and common spaces feature incredible views overlooking the expansive desert, with plenty of outdoor seating to enjoy your morning coffee or an evening drink. From the private balconies, guests can enjoy fabulous stargazing as well! 

Learn more and plan your trip here.

We want to acknowledge and thank the past, present, and future generations of all Native Nations and Indigenous Peoples whose ancestral lands we travel, explore, and play on. Always practice Leave No Trace ethics on your adventures and follow local regulations. Please explore responsibly!

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