Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
781 Burning Mountain Avenue, New Castle, Colorado 81647
(970) 984-2363


Ore House Inn
502 West Main Street, New Castle, Colorado 81647
(970) 618-6213

 

Surrounded by a picture-perfect mountain setting, both the Econo Lodge Inn & Suites and Ore House Inn are ideally located with easy access to Interstate 70 and conveniently  to local points of interest, including:
•    Colorado Mountain College
•    Hanging Lake
•    Hot Springs Pool in Glenwood Springs
•    Sunlight Mountain Ski Area, Aspen and Snowmass Ski Areas are a short drive away
•    White River National Forest

Visitors will enjoy a wide variety of outdoor recreational activities like golfing, white water rafting, kayaking and skiing. There are several restaurants, cocktail lounges and specialty shops in the surrounding area, many within walking distance of the hotel and inn.

 

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Camping

Camping opportunities in New Castle range from primitive to luxurious. Take advantage of our Western Rockies location and recreation activities.

Elk Creek Campground
Offers cabins, tent sites and RV sites along beautiful East Elk Creek, with restrooms, showers and laundry facilities.
581 County Road 241 (East Elk Creek Road)
(970) 984-2240

Meadow Lake Campground
Offers 10 campsites fire grates, trash disposal and a vault toilet. Meadow Lake is a popular fishing lake, with a boat ramp. Take Buford Road North from New Castle for 22 miles, turn right at Hinner Spring to Meadow Lake.

Meadow Ridge Campground
Located north of Meadow Lake. There are 20 campsites, including pull-in, pull-out and pull-through opportunities. Wheel chair accessible sites available.

Porter Ranch
A working ranch in the Alkali Creek Valley just South of New Castle. Campers can enjoy horseback riding, fishing, biking, and hiking on thousands of acres.
County Road 341
(970) 984-3269

Spruce Tree Guest Ranch
Provides charming knotty pine cabins nestled along East Elk Creek.
2026 County Road 245 (Buford Road)
(970) 984-2144

Dispersed Camping
Dispersed camping is allowed in both the White River National Forest and on BLM land.