The Creede Hotel and Restaurant

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Built to service the last Colorado silver boom town in the 1800s, the Creede Hotel & Restaurant is believed to be haunted by some of its former boarders: miners or perhaps some of its more famous guests, which include Calamity Jane and Bob Ford, the killer of Jesse James.

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Geographic Information

Address:
120 N Main St
Creede, CO 81130
United States

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GPS:
37.85346306663783, -106.92664808031623
County:
Mineral County, Colorado
Nearest Towns:
Creede, CO (0.3 mi.)
Cathedral, CO (17.7 mi.)
South Fork, CO (20.2 mi.)
Alpine, CO (21.7 mi.)
Gerrard, CO (21.9 mi.)
Lake City, CO (24.4 mi.)
Del Norte, CO (33.6 mi.)
Silverton, CO (40.4 mi.)
Pagosa Springs, CO (40.6 mi.)
Ouray, CO (42.2 mi.)

Contact Information

Web:
http://www.creedehotel.com/

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  1. No. The place was very creepy and not updated at all so it might be, but I had no experiences there other than being creeped out and unable to sleep.

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