Colorado Elk Camp Outfitters offers a true outdoor experience in the beautiful San Juan Mountains of Southwest Colorado. We feel it is important to camp and enjoy the outdoors every chance you get. We try to cater to each individual by offering an experience that is not only comfortable but fun and enjoyable. Our drop camps are in wall tents with wood burning stoves, and nice oversized padded cots. Our private land guided camp is in an old rustic cabin with shower and incredible views, twin beds and comfortable sleeping bags. Our goal is to offer a true western Elk and Mule Deer hunting experience.
We offer a variety of meals that include but are not limited to; prime rib, steak, chicken, pork, hamburgers, chili, spaghetti, gumbo, traditional breakfast, and sandwiches. We enjoy good old fashion home cooking and want to share some of our Grandma’s recipes with you.
We welcome meal requests and ask that you make us aware of any food allergies at the time of booking your hunt.
We will provide transportation to and from the Cortez or Durango airport. If you are flying into any other airport, feel free to ask if we can arrange transportation to our hunting area.
I have hunted with Jason and Mike now, for over 8 years. I have not always killed a elk , but I have always had 100% opportunity at a good bull or buck. I promise, that no one will work harder for you to get you a chance at a quality bull or buck.I will be a customer for life! They are the best, and really know what they are doing, as you can see that in there passion for big game. I believe, no one will work harder to get you a quality bull , buck, or even a cow elk!
I rifle hunted elk in Utah’s spike only units for several years with limited success. When I came out to Colorado, I switched over to archery, and in my second archery season I stuck a respectable 4×5 bull. Mike Hall was calling for me that day, and he lured my bull out of a wallow and in to a 40 yard broadside shot that I fortunately didn’t miss. I owe my first CO bull to his skills as a hunter and guide. Thanks Mike!