Clearly, this resort is in Colorado and it doesn’t open until July. But there is now going to be a place where stoners can go to do weed yoga and eat delicious meals paired with pot at this stoner resort called Cannacamp, a bud and breakfast mountain resort.
The 170-acre resort is nestled in Durango, Colorado and proudly offers marijuana-centric activities. Including weed-and-cuisine pairing dinners for when you get the munchies, cannabis-infused massage therapy, cannabis yoga classes and art classes that are of course called “Canvas and Cannabis.” You can even get your learn on with cannabis education classes, cannabis cooking lessons and demonstrations on how to blow glass… Bongs. There are more traditional camp activities like nature hikes, zip lining, mountain biking and rock climbing.
All of the delicious meals served at CannaCamp include a recommended strain pairing, carefully curated to compliment flavor profiles and aromas. Through these meals, you will gain a new appreciation for both cannabis and food, jumpstarting your path towards becoming true cannabis connoisseurs, or Cannaseurs if you will.
The catch? The resort doesn’t actually offer weed. However there is a concierge on hand to connect guests with local dispensaries that can fulfill their needs properly. Bringing together our local businesses and helping everyone out.
Now accepting reservations, the resort offers one, two and three-bedroom cabins which can accommodate up to 40 guests. Smoking is permitted anywhere, but inside the cabins themselves, for safety reasons of course. So how much does a weed extravaganza like this go for? It starts at $395 a night for the standard option and $449 for more deluxe accommodations. Thankfully, the three-day minimum stay policy has been lifted. That being said, you might want to consider starting a CannaCamp fund for yourself.
So how many of you are going on vacation to clear your mind here?
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