This is great place to stay whether you are just passing through Lake City or staying for a couple of weeks. Mrs Moody is a real sweet lady who works hard to keep these cabins in shape. Great place for families and couples, close to everything in town. We have stayed at the Wagon Wheel for the last 15-16 summers for a bout 10 days at a time. Very reasonable prices and prime location to town.
the Bite me person must had to much to drink that day. I work there and been there for 10 years annette she has put in about 400,000 into the wagon wheel she has redone
cabin # 3 and redone other cabin to. now some still need Some work but when you are only open for 4-5 mouth it hard. plus winter are hard on these cabin. cleaning problem now he was lieing about that any body who wants to come buy and look at our cabin is welcome. am not saying we may have miss something. any body staying
in lake city I bet our cabin are in the top 5 in lake city
If you are looking for a big corporate hotel with a plasma TV and room service, you might try a destination other than Lake City. Wagon Wheel is a good family destination with full kitchens and friendly folks. It is across the street from bait, tackle, fishing advice, and licences and two blocks down from jeep rentals. Comfortable stay and clean. It is a cabin, not a condo, and I got what I paid for.
I stayed in cabin #2 and it was VERY nice. Plenty of room for four people or more. There were two big beds in a separate room from the living room. It had a full-sized kitchen. Very clean. I was just there overnight for a quick work trip, but would stay there again. The lady that runs it is very nice. You just have to relax a bit, which should be the whole point of being way up there in the mountains. :)
Run by Ms. Annette (80+ yrs old), WWR is vintage Colorado cabins, built circa 1950's, with newer add-ons. Location is right in the middle of town, easy walk to many restaurants & shopping. Rates $90-$120/nite depending on guests. Unfortunately very run down, very dirty and unclean. Only a few cabins are newer--the rest are nasty. The only cleaning in between visitors consists of new sheets and maybe a token vacuum in the middle of the rooms. Dust, hair, food, dirt, stains abound. Blankets torn, pillows with blood stains, poor lighting and general degradation of the appliances are normal. Most kitchens are antiquated, no ventilation, garbage disposers, drying racks, dishwashers or scrubbing materials. That means that the pots, pans, plates, glasses and dishes you get just came from the last group, hand washed. And that goes back years. Beds and baths are gross. One wipe with a white scott towel will reveal a multitude of visitors. If you are coming in from a cave, you will enjoy the rooms. If you are coming in from a clean home, you better plan on a significant lower standard of living, albeit cheaper than $500/nite condos. Old is OK, filthy is not worth it. Sorry folks, but that's the truth..
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