MELODY LODGE CABINS
MELODY LODGE CABINS
for visiting our page.
We no longer rent the cabins by the night or week.
1534 Heeney Road 30,
Heeney, Colorado 80498
The Lodge building has a new owner and both the 2 bedroom cabins have been sold this fall.
We plan to list
Cabin B for sale spring 2021. It is a one bedroom cabin and deed restricted to "vacation cabin". HOA fee is $130/month.
Price will be about $225,000.
WE ARE EXTREMELY GRATEFUL TO ALL OUR PAST GUESTS OVER THE LAST 23 YEARS. WE HAVE GREATLY ENJOYED SHARING OUR LITTLE PIECE OF PARADISE WITH ALL WHO HAVE CHOSEN TO STAY WITH US.
There is no place like our place,
so this must be the Place.
Hi, We are Dale and Debbie and we are grateful to have worked for so many years in this beautiful location - a rural setting of the Lower Blue River Valley, at the south end of the Green Mountain Reservoir in Summit County, in the Central Rocky Mountains.
The area remains today much the same as it was over 50 years ago, with a beautiful hay meadow and grazing cattle on the neighboring ranch. It is not uncommon to see, in the early morning and late afternoon hours, the elk and deer grazing in the meadow.
one of Colorado's best kept secrets.
The area offers a unique change of scene and pace from all the big resorts only 25-40 minutes down the road - Keystone, Breckenridge, Arapahoe Basin, Loveland and Copper Mountain.
Fishing the Gold Medal Trout waters of the Lower Blue River, at the inlet to the reservoir, is only 100 yards from your door.
Bird watching, including our nesting pair of eagles and their babies, just a couple miles up the road and numerous osprey in the area.
Evening campfires you can only enjoy "out in the country".
Boating - Launch your boat at the Heeney Marina
are also available at the Heeney Marina. Green Mountain Reservoir offers a wide variety of water sports: fishing, boating, water skiing, jet skiing, sailing, and windsurfing can all be enjoyed.
Hunting big game, elk and deer, in White River National Forest is the some of the best in the state - hunting units 28, 37 and 371.
4-wheel drive enthusiasts catch some AWESOME views of the Gore Range from on top of the Williams Peak Range.
About 5 miles up the road, is the charming lakeside village of Heeney.
The town's history is obscure but it originally grew from the construction of the Green Mountain Reservoir dam in the late 30's. Many of the cabins have been passed down for generations as summer vacation homes.
Boat rentals are available from the Heeney Marina, a t-shirt from Master Bait and Tackle and a six pack from Chance Liquor, all area businesses, will make your visit complete!