The marijuana-friendly ranch resort in southwest Colorado that has been plastered all over international media for a month isn’t opening this week, or even this year, as planned, The Cannabist has learned.
In fact, CannaCamp’s opening, once scheduled for July 1, has been pushed to next summer after a misunderstanding between the hospitality group and its land partners, according to organizer MaryJane Group.
“I’m disappointed beyond words that the originally planned CannaCamp Bud+Breakfast location did not work out to our standards,” MaryJane Group CEO Joel Schneider said in a release. “We’ve dedicated enormous amounts of time, resources and money to the CannaCamp Bud+Breakfast concept; but sadly, our land partners failed to secure the 170-acre ranch in Durango we had been promised.”
CannaCamp was first announced in early June as a resort located on a 170-acre stretch of wilderness near Durango. Guests paying $395 per night, with a three-night minimum, could smoke marijuana on their luxurious cabins’ front porches when they weren’t hiking or doing yoga, Schneider promised at the time.