Nation’s first cannabis-friendly camp to open in Colorado

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DURANGO, CO - It is summer camp season: time for campfires, kumbaya and ... chronic? A new resort high in the Rocky Mountains promises to get you high.

Cannacamp opens on July 1 just outside Durango, Colo. The state, of course, was the first in the country to legalize week, so it has a lot of firsts. Now it can add the first cannabis-friendly ranch resort.

Besides lighting up, you can be one with nature at the 170-acre getaway. It offers activities like hiking, cooking with cannabis, yoga and - of course - tie-dying. It also has a daily 4:20 Community Hour, its version of happy hour.

The best part? No fighting over who makes the munchies run. You'll be able to chow down on menu items like filet of elk, pork loin with green chili sauce or black Angus prime rib au jus. A stay starts at $395 and there's a three-night minimum.

For information about how to book a bud break, click here.

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