The Bunk House Lodge is conveniently located in Summit County on the outskirts of Breckenridge, Colorado. All activities and adventures offered by our mountain community are easily accessed from the lodge.
ORIGINALLY A LOG CABIN FOR MINERS DURING THE GOLD RUSH ERA
The Bunk House Lodge opened for business in 1972. It began as a two-room log cabin used by miners during the Breckenridge Gold Rush (circa 1880). In 1962, Rudy Gardner purchased the log cabin with the dream of building and providing a safe place for gay men to come together.
Today, the Bunk House Lodge continues to provide a safe place to stay for the LGBT community. We also provide a safe legal space for guests to enjoy marijuana use. We are hetero-friendly and welcome all guests 21 years of age and up. We offer private rooms, private lofts and a dorm room with bunks.
Our guests have access to a spa bathroom, two large common area living spaces, full kitchen, bar and lounge, and an outdoor courtyard oasis that includes a hot tub. We provide a complimentary continental breakfast and will serve a meal of your choice for an additional fee. The Bunk House Lodge is conveniently located two miles north of Breckenridge, Colorado, on Highway 9 with access to the FREE Summit Stage bus line.