Hotels Marijuana-themed resort opens in Durango, Colo. By Gay Nagle Myers / June 10, 2015 Share 1 A guestroom at CannaCamp. -- A “bud 'n’ breakfast” mountain resort is set to open July 1 in the San Juan mountains surrounding Durango, Colo. CannaCamp bills itself as a "170-acre slice of heaven, where recreational marijuana and our traditional Colorado ranch create an unprecedented opportunity for cannabis users to experience the outdoors in a safe environment, " according to its website.Guests can legally and openly smoke anywhere on the campgrounds, except inside the five two-bedroom cabins and four suites that accommodate up to seven guests each.The cabins and suites all have their own outdoor private smoking decks.The resort/camp does not sell marijuana to guests but has a cannabis concierge who can help with selections when users do purchase elsewhere.Camp activities range from the traditional outdoor sports of hiking, biking and fishing to curated cannabis-related activities "taught by a respected group of pharmacologic cannabis pioneers, wellness coaches, yogi masters, culinary wizards and dispensary owners." Classes and workshops include cooking classes where guests learn food/cannabis combinations, and yoga and meditation sessions that "are best enjoyed with a mellow mountain high."In the Canvas & Cannabis class, guests "can embrace their artistic abilities and explore the creative process." Cuisine ranges from gourmet (filet of elk) to ranch fare (ribeye steak) "with thoughtfully prepared cannabis pairings."There's a daily happy hour, nightly entertainment with campfires and dancing, WiFi in the main lodge, a heated outdoor pool, a 14-person hot tub and gear for adventure activities.Bookings are made online directly with the resort. Rates start at $395 per person, per night with a three-night minimum-stay requirement.