Many groups find great solace in hosting their events on the Deer Hill property. From our sustainably-built straw bale and solar-powered Meeting Place to our 6 bedroom Loft Lodging, you’re sure to feel closer to both nature, yourself, and your group by the time you depart.
Facility Rental Options & Pricing
For groups facilitating programs within our Colorado basecamp, Deer Hill offers various options to custom-fit your group.
To inquire for more details on how these spaces may work best for your school, reach out to the Program Sales Manager through the button below.
The Starter Package
Base your group out of The Meeting Place, breathe fresh air and wiggle your toes in the lush grass in our Orchard, and ensure plenty of parking for your group in our Starter Package. Constructed of energy efficient straw bale, with passive solar design, and an infinitely configurable open floor plan, the Meeting Place stays cool in the summer, and warm in the winter for your conference, yoga class, lecture, workshop, or whatever else you have in mind. Wirelessly connect to Deer Hill’s internet network, or unplug and enjoy the view of Weber Canyon and the Mancos Valley.
- Use of The Meeting Place and a conveniently located bathroom
- Access to the Orchard, an outdoor space with lush grass
- Parking in the lot at the front of our property
|# People||First Day||Additional Days|
|Up to 10||$250||$100|
|Cleaning Fee||$125||Applies until further notice during COVID-19 pandemic|
Stay With Us
Complete your facility rental as an immersive retreat including lodging and even add-on access to a kitchen and common area for family-style meals.
- Premium Loft with 6 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms
- Staff Cabin with 4 rooms
- Participant Cabins with flexibility to host large groups
- Choose to add-on a kitchen to any lodging rental, either a small basic kitchen or full industrial-prep style
Lodging Options & Rental Add-Ons:
|Loft||$115/ room||1 room + common area
|6 rooms, 4 baths|
|Staff Cabin||$75||1 room||4 rooms available (+access to shower house & bathrooms)|
|Standard Participant Cabins||$100||Cabins fit 12 people||2 cabins available (+access to shower house & bathrooms)|
|Juniper Participant Cabin||$200||Cabin fits 24 people||1 cabin|
|Staff Cabin Kitchen||$15||Full-size basic kitchen||1 available, includes common space, must be rented with other accommodations|
|House Kitchen||$100||Full-size industrial kitchen||1 available, includes House common space & downstairs bathrooms|
|Camping||$25||Open space east of Deer Hill basecamp called “the North 40”||1 campsite, including 10 people, (+access to shower house & bathrooms). Multiple campsites are available.|
Interested in More Information on Each Lodging Option?
Check out more details on each space on our Basecamp Page.
Still have questions?
Contact Program Sales Manager by filling out the Facility Rental Inquiry Form in the box below.
Create Your Expedition with Deer Hill
You provide the group, we provide the facility. Certain building availabilities are dependent on the season, but Deer Hill operates year-round. Inquire below about availability and customizable facility options.
- Review the options above
- Contact the Program Sales Manager by submitting an inquiry (see below)
- The Program Sales Manager works with you to design a rental for your group
The program you run at Deer Hill is just amazing and top-notch. Your obvious love and devotion to outdoor life is evident in every little thing that you do. Our guides were exceptional and Mr. Smith, our Navajo host, impacted my group in a profound way. Our sweat lodge was life-altering. On behalf of all my children and all their parents, thank you.Elizabeth, teacher
Through Deer Hill and its Staff’s commitment and capacity to fulfill its mission for our Waldorf 8th grade group, the words the students spoke at our closing Circle made clear the experience met my wildest hopes for them. Their world views changed dramatically. They expressed whole new levels of gratitude for their privileged lives.Amber Fitts, teacher
Our trip with Deer Hill, so tactfully facilitated by our guides, brought us to a meaningful conversation with the forces of nature and, as importantly, a profound encounter with ourselves.Rev Bowen, teacher