About

About

About Alpine Lodge

The Alpine Lodge At Red Feather lakes is owned by the Salido family. We believe in God, family, and our country. We are proud of our beautiful state and feel privileged to live in Colorado. Neftali (Papa Salido) would often take his wife (Mama Salido) and 3 kids (Joab, America and Krystal) camping, fishing and hunting. All 3 kids grew up with a love for the outdoors and a deep appreciation for all the beauty that nature has to offer. There was no second guessing that a business in Colorado’s glorious mountains was perfect for the Salido family. The Alpine Lodge At Red Feather Lakes officially opened its doors in February of 2019.

"With our hearts full of gratitude we invite you to visit our lodge, our dream. We hope that you'll enjoy your stay and that you build wonderful memories with you and yours.”

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Red Feather Lakes Area

Red Feathers Lake is an unincorporated community 45 miles west of Fort Collins.The area was first settled by loggers and ranchers around 1900, and some deserted homesteads are still strewn throughout the mountain landscape. The community’s name is derived from a popular Native American concert singer’s name, Princess Tsianina Redfeather, who studied in Denver and was known to some of the early residents. Small grocery stores, a trading post and nearby restaurants provide visitors with all of the comforts of a fine vacation, a romantic getaway or a full week of outdoor fun for the entire family.

The immediate vicinity holds bear, antelope, moose, mule deer, mountain lions, elk, bighorn sheep, marmots, squirrels, rabbits, chipmunks and a variety of migratory birds, shorebirds and waterfowl. In wintertime, residents and visitors come for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing and ice-fishing.

There are four public lakes in less than a 15 minutes drive from the Alpine Lodge campground. Bring your friends and family and enjoy a fun day at each of these lakes.

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Dowdy Lake

Dowdy Lake is located at an elevation of 8,120 feet, approximately 104 acres, and a shoreline of about three miles. The maximum depth of the lake is about 28 feet. Canoeing and fishing are popular activities on this 115-acre, no-wake Lake. Motorized boats are allowed on the lake, but a 10 mph speed limit is enforced. Anglers cast for brown, brook, cutthroat and lake trout. 

Parvin Lake

Parvin Lake is at an elevation of 8,130 feet. This gorgeous and tranquil lake is prime for fishing. Bring your fishing gear and enjoy the peace and quiet of Parvin Lake. (Artificial flies/lures only; 2 trout limit) No fishing boats, tubs or kayaks allowed.

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West Lake

The smallest lake of the four, West Lake, sits at an elevation of 8,240 feet. Visitors enjoy the area for its canoeing, fishing and hiking trails. Canoeing and fishing are popular activities on the 25-acre, no-wake West Lake. Anglers cast for rainbow and lake trout.

Bellaire Lake

This beautiful mountain lake sits at an elevation of 8,600 feet. Canoeing and fishing are popular activities on this 10-acre, no-wake Bellaire Lake. Anglers cast for rainbow and brook trout, among other species. 

Campground Park Map

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