In this time of uncertainty, we want to make sure that our friends and family of Little Squaw Resort are staying safe, staying home and staying healthy. The Didde Family ( Kathy Didde Killip & John, Teri Didde Inman & Rick, and David Didde & Joyce) are sending thoughts to all of you that you stay healthy and we hope to see you as soon as possible. ... See MoreSee Less
This is my "go to" scene in my head to bring calmness, peace and pure admiration of God's handiwork. I have many pics of this exact spot! ❤️❤️ Praying y'all stay healthy also!
I love this view. So many happy memories were made with my family at Little Squaw Resort.
Beautiful! So hoping we get to be there in early June! God bless everyone and stay healthy!
We hope to see you in July.
Great picture!! Wish I was there
Love that place ❤️
Stay well♡ we hope to see you in July!
Beautiful spot to really feel Gods Presence Stay safe Little Squaw Friends
Here is a status update from Mineral County. ... See MoreSee Less
Tuesday March 24th, 2020
Greetings to the Friends & Families of Little Squaw Resort,
We want to share with you our thoughts concerning the Coronavirus and reservations for this summer. The health and safety of our community, managers and guests are our top priority. Considering the COVID-19 situation, and in an effort to minimize the impact on the community of Creede and Lake City, we will review the guidelines of both counties and the State of Colorado to determine when and if Little Squaw Resort will open for the summer season. As events are quickly changing each day, we will stay connected and share updates. The order below is in effect until April 8, 2020, but we suspect it will be longer.
The current cancellation policy is available on our website under the Cabin Availability tab, Rental Rules and Guidelines. However, we will be implementing special guidelines for this summer. When we experienced the Papoose Fire in 2013, the majority of our guests that were unable to come because of the evacuation, left their deposits in place which were forwarded to the next year. This enabled them to keep their cabin for the following years. We anticipate using this as a model for this year and would forward your deposits to 2021 if you are unable to come because mandatory closures.
We are hoping that all of you are safe and healthy. You are what makes Little Squaw special and we are looking forward to seeing you in the future. Until then, stay home, stay safe and stay healthy.
Kathy and Teri
At the present time, March 23, 2020, Hinsdale County has issued this order:
• “All short-term lodging may only lease to essential visitors, primary residents and essential personnel. Essential visitors are those who are renting for the purposes of work in Hinsdale County, primary residents are those renting longer than 30 days whose primary residence is in Hinsdale County, and essential personnel include federal, state, county or local personnel.
• Essential visitors must “shelter in place”, only leaving the residence to perform essential activities, including activities essential to health and safety, to obtain necessary services or supplies, to engage in outdoor activities while complying with social distancing requirements, performing work for an essential business, or to care for an individual or pet in another household.
• This order includes campgrounds (private or government), reserved camping sites, hotels, motels, short term rentals, bed and breakfast establishments, lodges and retreats.” ... See MoreSee Less
Hope you are doing well and staying safe. Thanks for the update.
Thank you so much for the heads up. Hope to see you in July, fingers crossed!! Stay healthy!!
Praying it clears out in time for vacations. I'm certain we will all be in need of LS time! ❤️
Y’all do what you think is necessary and we will adapt like we are to everything else. We can hope that the worst is over by summer it if it’s not, we for sure will want to roll our deposits over to next summer. Our best to everyone.
Here are a few more pics of the picnic shelter. ... See MoreSee Less
Looks great. Can’t wait till next season to use it.
The picnic shelter has come along way since September 1.... Thanks to Rocky for taking the project over when the original contractors didn’t show. There are a few things left to do in the spring and we look forward to using it next summer! ... See MoreSee Less
WOW it looks great!
Looks like all it lacks is John Freeman cooking on a grill.