Oak House

Limited Amenities

LIMITED ACCESS: Only 2 households are allowed inside the bathroom buildings at once. Keep 6 feet apart, clean up quickly, and make way for others.

DISINFECT AND CLEAN AS YOU GO: Supplies will be available. Be proactive and attend to individual cleanliness.

MASKS REQUIRED INSIDE COMMON AREAS: Masks optional within your own room.

Subject to change Read the latest guidelines here.


dining room

porch with a view

Oak Rooms

Non-smoking, NO PETS ALLOWED, Living / Dining area, Four small private bedrooms with one full-size bed (bedding is provided),

Kitchen (also available to campers and day users), No private baths

Oak House at sunset - Steven Charter Oak House, front porch - John Lorenz Oak Room 1-Annotated-Edit - Doug Bates, Orient Land Trust Oak Room 2-Annotated-Edit - Doug Bates, Orient Land Trust Oak Room 3-Annotated-Edit - Doug Bates, Orient Land Trust Oak Room 4-Annotated-Edit - Doug Bates, Orient Land Trust Oak Dining Room-Annotated-Edit - Doug Bates, Orient Land Trust Oak Kitchen-Annotated-Edit - Doug Bates, Orient Land Trust Oak Porch-Annotated-Edit - Doug Bates, Orient Land Trust Snow at the Oak House - John Lorenz


Co-ed dorm room with six full-sized bunk beds (Note - dorm beds do NOT have bedding - provide your own sleeping bag, blankets, pillows),


For the education, enjoyment, and well-being of current and future generations, Orient Land Trust: 
promotes a positive clothing-optional experience at all properties including Valley View Hot Springs, Orient Mine and Everson Ranch;
preserves the viewshed, including land acquisition; 
protects natural, wild, agricultural, and historic resources, in the northern San Luis Valley.