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Old 12-19-2007, 10:40 AM
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Default Snowy Range Lodging

Seems like there are a lot of questions about where to stay around here, and someone suggested I start a new thread to let you all know we're out here, and for others to post information about their favorite places to stay.
The Friendly Store (in Centennial) has 8 motel rooms. The rooms are small, but have a full bath, two double beds (in all but one), and satellite tv. We have one room with bunk beds that can sleep up to 5. Rates are $60/night double occupancy, $8 per extra person. We do have one cabin, but as of now it is being rented on a long-term basis.
On-site we have a convenience store which opens at 7 a.m daily, and we sell diesel and premium (91) fuel. We also carry a few of the more popular amsoil products.
Our cafe is open from 7 a.m. - 3 p.m. everyday and we serve a typical diner style breakfast and lunch.
We have a full-service bar where you can also buy package liquor. Bar hours are 11 a.m till we stop having fun (or 2 a.m., whichever comes first).
We have space in the back to park trailers for those of you who come out here frequently. We only have 1 space left for this year.
I think that covers it, if there are anymore questions you can reach us at 307-742-6033. Happy Riding!!
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