Bud+Breakfast Offers Weed-Friendly Lodging in Colorado Mountain Towns

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Bud+Breakfast Opens in Four Colorado Destinations

Camp Bud+Breakfast in Aspen, CO.

No, it’s not a new term for wake and bake (though it should be…), it’s a collection of all new cannabis resorts based out of Colorado mountain towns, and it is gaining steam — or should we say vapor?

The 410-acre Colorado Springs resort, founded by a New York couple, runs just like any typical bed and breakfast where you spend the night not trying to make loud sex noises followed by awkward breakfast conversation. What sets Camp Bud+Breakfast apart are its cannabis-themed activities, such as 420 happy hour, cannabis yoga and a painting class similar to the drink-while-you-paint sessions, except this one is called “Cannabis and Canvas”. There seems to be a correlation in these titles.

The Colorado Springs ranch is one of four locations to spring up within the area, and it shows no signs of slowing down. One of the main reasons for its success is the situation for imbibing as a tourist in Colorado. Since there are no public consumption laws, residents can only consume on private property, which makes being a townie a problem if you want to get Rocky Mountain high. Bud+Breakfast solves this problem providing a beautiful location for your smoke session surrounded by likeminded enthusiasts.

Reservations started in early March for the July to September vacationing season. If you’re planning a trip to Colorado this summer, we definitely recommend booking accommodations. Projected prices run from $140 to $400 per night, so best bring your wallet.