The Ultimate DIY Hunt with warm Cabin Lodging for 6 hunters!

Hunt the Harrison Creek Lodge; this is a DIY hunt for elk, deer, and turkey. You will be staying in your furnished 3 bedroom cabin with 1 bathroom but a total of 3 sinks, with 85 private acres with 5 tree stands and a ground blind. Plus a pond surround by thousands of acres of the Grand Masa National Forest, located by Colburn, Colorado. Cabin has bunk beds and will sleep six to seven.


It is located at 8000 feet which is ideal for elk and large bucks in GMU421. Easy gravel road access behind 2 locked gates. Owner will meet you and get you through the locked gates. Then show how to use all of the facilities. There is a $100 refundable damage deposit for each group. Your group and another group may be there at the same time unless your group is 6 people. The cabin has Solar DC 12 volt power, running water and indoor toilet plus a Propane refrigerator and stove. When you arrive you will meet the owner in Collbran Colorado. He will get you through 2 locked gates into the cabin. Then he will instruct you on how to use the facility.


One mule is available for packing your game out when needed. It is available for all four hunting seasons in 2014. This is non guided hunting and you fix all you own meals and bring your food. $ 1200 per person per season reduced down to only $795 per season if 4 or more hunters.

It is the same price for hunting deer, elk and turkey all at the same time or just staying at the cabin as a non-hunter. Groups can be combined to end up with 6-7 hunters if you don’t have 6 in your group. Non-Hunting Guests price is the same as a hunter since it takes the same amount of space for a non-hunting guest as a hunter.


Big Game Season Dates and Fees

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​2015 Big Game Season Dates- Check the regulation brochures for more specifics and variations

​Deer/elk (west of I-25 and Unit 140) ​Aug. 29–Sept. 27
​​​​​​​Plains deer (east of I-25, except Unit 140) ​ ​​ ​ Oct. 1–23
​Nov. 4–30
​Dec. 15–31
​Moose ​Sept. 12–27
​Pronghorn (bucks only) ​Aug. 15–31
​Pronghorn (either sex) ​Sept. 1–20
Muzzleloader (by draw only)
​​​​Deer/elk/moose ​Sept. 12–20
​Plains deer (east of I-25, except Unit 140) ​ Oct. 10–18
​Pronghorn ​Sept. 21–29
Rifle Deer/Elk/Moose
​Moose ​Oct. 1–14
​Separate limited elk (1st season) ​Oct. 10–14
​Combined (deer/elk) (2nd season) ​Oct. 17–25
​(3rd season) Oct. 31-Nov.8
​Combined limited (deer/elk) (4th season) ​Nov. 11–15​
​Plains deer (east of I-25, except Unit 140) ​Oct. 24–Nov. 3
​Late plains deer (east of I-25, except Unit 140) ​Dec. 1–14
Rifle Pronghorn (by draw only)
​Pronghorn ​Oct. 3–9
Black Bear
​Rifle limited (by draw) ​Sept. 2–30
​​Archery (over-the-counter with caps) ​Sept. 2–30
Muzzleloading (over-the-counter with caps) ​ Sept. 12–20
​Rifle (over-the-counter with caps) ​concurrent with deer/elk rifle seasons



​​​​2015 Colorado Hunting License Fees

Habitat Stamps 


​​Resident Nonresident
​Habitat Stamp (valid 4/1–3/31)​ ​$ 10 ​$ 10
​Lifetime Habitat Stamp ​$ 300.25 ​$ 300.25
Licenses Fees​​​ ​​

(Note: When applying for a license, an additional $3 non-refundable fee must be submitted with payment.)​

​Elk, Cow ​$ 46 ​$ 461
​Elk, Bull or Either Sex ​$ 46 ​$ 616
​Deer ​$ 31 ​$ 371​
​Moose ​$ 251 ​$ 2,061
​Pronghorn, Buck or Doe ​$ 31 ​$ 371
​Bear ​$ 41 ​$ 351

*License Fees include a 25-cent search & rescue fee and a 75-cent Wildlife Education surcharge. *All non-resident big game licenses are a big game and annual fishing combination license.​