“historic lodge from the 1920's”
The Spruce Lodge is South Forks oldest and newest lodging establishment. Built in 1926 (oldest) and renovated in 2012 (newest) it's the place to be!! Listed on the National Register of Historic Places. The Spruce Lodge is located on the Rio Grande River at the foot of the San Juan Mountains and provides an environment of warm hospitality in a relaxed atmosphere. Originally built in 1927.
Great couple who own the place! We went on a awesome rafting trip for a good price! Definitely a great place to stay!
Can you say cozy cabin fever?! What a delightful place to stay! Great staff, comfy beds, great breakfast! If you get here late... no worries. Just take a key, find a cabin and settle up with them in the morning! Surrounded by spruce trees and a million stars!
Just don't! This place isn't worth more than $35/night! We paid $75. Stopping in a random little mountain town at midnight on our way through we didn't really have many options. We arrived and our key and registrations forms were pinned to the door of the office. When we found our cabin the door was wide open during a thunderstorm. My husband had to clear room before we went in. If he wasn't armed and if I were a woman traveling without a man I wouldn't have felt safe entering. We walked in to find a deer head facing the beds. I don't think even if I hinted it myself would I want it staring at me while I sleep! We covered it with a towel. My daughter found blood in the sheets that looked like it hadn't even been washed since the blood got there. And thank God none of us planned on showering because the bathtub was disgusting! We were only there 7 hours and we were all so grossed out that we barely slept. We should've just driven through the night!
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A. Spruce Lodge
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