Reservations

 

Abajo Haven Video

 

Bill at Abajo greeted us with cheer and helpfulness.  His property was immaculate and was nestled in a beautiful green oasis just outside of town.  We were brought to our private cabin that although rustic, included our own private bathroom that was very clean and roomy.  All of our expectations were exceeded with hospitality and peaceful tranquility with this beautiful resort.  Just when we thought it couldn't get any better, we were brought our magnificent dinner (don't pass up the BBQ dinner for just $32 - worth every penny).  It was brought to us very discreetly just when we requested it and was the most delicious, exquisite food we had our entire trip.  After dinner, we received our dessert and Bill generously started our very own campfire right outside our cabin door.  I just can't say enough about this place, it's class, peacefulness and the hospitality of the owners.  Bravo! 


--Julie, Elbert Colorado

Facilities

Pavilion

A 60' x 60' covered pavilion is available for business retreats, family reunions, or any other large groups.

Private Restrooms

Your private restroom will have all the comforts of home with hot running water and tiled showers. All towels and paper items are supplied for you.


Horse Accommodations

Horses at RuinAbajo Haven does not provide horses. But for those who bring their own horses, we offer individual horse pens for $10 a night. We have been in the horse business for 25 years, so you can feel safe keeping your equine friend at the Abajo Haven Guest Ranch.

Enjoy God's country from the back of your horse by exploring the trails that start right from your cabin to the National Forest. This is a beautiful mountain that will take you through aspens, pines, and ponderosas. You will probably see many deer and possibly elk along the way. There are endless trails to choose from in the forest.

PAPERS NEEDED: If traveling out of state, you will need a coggins certificate, veterinary health certificate, and proof of ownership (registration papers or brand inspection).

 

Horse Trail to Abajo Mountain