WELCOME TO ELK HOLLOW
Everyone has a budget, so we strive to give you the best value for your money by providing much more than the typical vacation property. We suggest our guests see what is provided first before going to the store, since we don't want you to waste your money on items that we may already have on hand. Be sure to take a look at our Amenities Page for more information.
Once you enter Elk Hollow getaway, you will want to return. The two bedroom, two bath, cabin is comfortably decorated with all the comforts of home. The wrap-around deck is situated among towering trees, and spectacular mountain views. Elk Hollow is located only a few miles from the Village of Cloudcroft, and Ski Cloudcroft. The cabin sits on several lots allowing you plenty of space to watch the abundant wildlife up close. At dawn and dusk, there is a good chance you'll see elk grazing in the hollow beside, and below our cabin.
ABOUT OUR COMMUNITY AND SNOW PREPARATION
Elk Hollow is located in a private community where the roads are maintained year round. Our community does not have steep hills, so driving and walking is a pleasure. It is advisable, however, to use a four-wheel drive vehicle or chains during winter months. If it is not snowing when you get there, it may be snowing when you leave, so you must be prepared. We could get upward of a foot of snow before the plow gets there.
There is abundant wildlife in the area, especially elk. A variety of birds, and several varieties of hummingbirds make their home in the Southern Rocky Mountains from April through mid-September. You may also see chipmunks, squirrels, turkeys, rabbits, raccoons, both whitetail and mule deer, foxes, and black bears.
There is a pond just down the road from the cabin where you can feed the fish. At last count there were close to a hundred Koi and several trout. It is a "No Fishing or Swimming" pond, so don't even think about it! You will find the fish hungry for bread, rolls, etc., any time of the day. There is a wonderful walking trail just past the pond. The trail wanders through the Lincoln National Forest for several miles.