Leftover Salmon to play June 12, Campout for the Cause in late May, Realm Music Festival is back in early July
By Summit Voice
SUMMIT COUNTY — Good news for outdoor music lovers in the Colorado high country. The State Bridge Lodge is back and better than ever, with renovated yurts and cabins and a new multi-terrace amphitheater featuring river views and a sand dance floor.
Already booked for this summer — Leftover Salmon for a June 12 show, the Campout for the Cause returns May 28, and Realm Music Festival is back, starting July 1. Click here to check out a video from last year’s Realm festival, and click here for the calendar of events. Stay connected with the State Bridge Lodge on Facebook.
The main building of the historic State Bridge River Resort Lodge in Bond was destroyed in 2007 by a fire. Investigators said they suspected arson.
That funky old building may be gone, but the current owners have refinished the rental cabins with hardwood floors and set up custom tipis for camping. A general store means you can grab those last-minute marshmallows on the spot, and a liquor store is in the works. Continue reading
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