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Last Chance Mine

504 Last Chance Mine Rd, Creede, CO 81130
+1 719-238-7959
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Looking forward to the mine opening for tours this year!

Been going to Last Chance Mine every year for past 5-6 yrs (ever since new owner, Jack, opened it... read more

Reviewed 12 April 2017
Carolyn N
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Quinlan, Texas
Great Authentic Experience!

My kiddos and I went here in 2012 and stayed three nights. We loved driving the mining roads... read more

Reviewed 4 March 2017
Secondhandhippie
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  • Excellent76%
  • Very good17%
  • Average3%
  • Poor2%
  • Terrible1%
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504 Last Chance Mine Rd, Creede, CO 81130
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Reviewed 12 April 2017

Been going to Last Chance Mine every year for past 5-6 yrs (ever since new owner, Jack, opened it to the public). He has been working on it and getting ready to open the actual mine for tours. I understand there is a large amethyst...More

Thank Carolyn N
Reviewed 4 March 2017

My kiddos and I went here in 2012 and stayed three nights. We loved driving the mining roads looking for old headframes from the mining boom days! The cabin was exactly like it would have been in the 1800's and we loved using the wood...More

Thank Secondhandhippie
Reviewed 8 February 2017 via mobile

The best part about a trip to the Last Chance Mine is the drive leaving here. The place is terribly run down and the owner is the rudest and most uneducated person you will ever meet in your lifetime. You would save people a wasted...More

Thank AllAmerican72
Reviewed 3 November 2016

This is as authentic an experience that anyone will get when visiting the true historically significant towns of Colorado. Our kids were excited to go, and tired when done - but really enjoyed how much they learned about the reality of the mining life, and...More

Thank cornerstonevending
Reviewed 13 October 2016

Fun stop on the Bachelor loop. Excellent and informative mine tour and history of the mine. Also fun to rock hound for a while even if we didn't know what we were doing.

Thank rtinmo
Reviewed 8 October 2016 via mobile

Amber and Fish brought the mine to life for us. Amber started our visit off with how Jack acquired the mine and what his vision was for the Last Chance. Fish continued the experience by taking us into the tunnels and showing us how the...More

Thank krigold
Reviewed 21 September 2016

The view is stunning. The restoration is great. It is a mine tour for even the claustrophobic. I can't say enough about it all. Even getting there is great. We were considering coming back to stay in one of the cabins. Having said all that,...More

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silverminer1891, Owner at Last Chance Mine, responded to this review

I thank you for you review but it is freedom of speech that i did not spout right wing lies about your president as for my statement it was not that we needed two Colorados it was a statement of fact that we have two...More

Reviewed 6 September 2016

Our guide was quirky, but knowledgable, and we enjoyed it so much we looked up more information on the Internet on the way home.

Thank bjsDenverCO
Reviewed 31 August 2016

The mine is well lighted and safety comes first. With required hard hats, safe room, air monitors, and emergency phone. The tunnels and stoops are beyond description. The walls are covered in amethyst and agate crystals. You have to see it to believe what the...More

Thank Gary B
Reviewed 28 August 2016

The parking monitor-person had us park in a specific spot. We got to watch adorable chipmunks peek around her as she sat on a giant rock and gave us some history of the mine. Later you could buy sunflower seeds for 25 cents to feed...More

Thank Helen Z
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silverminer1891
I found your statement a little strange [ nice drive but disappointing, very beautiful but nothing to see] this statement seems to contradict it's self. You were greeted by myself or a staff told our history if you took the time to listen to it. You were then explained you could look around at our restored mine buildings and cabins also tour our mine related museum free and look at rocks, mineral and fossils from all around the world you were never ask to buy but were told that i operate strictly off of our sales and any donation that are left. If you have ever gone into a rock shop you would know our prices on rocks are more than reasonable, none of which you were ever ask to buy our ever ask for a direct donation. If you got nothing from your visit i'm sorry for so many other men,women and children have and for that i am thankful. I have read some of your other reviews and find a lot more negative than positive maybe the problem lies else where! Jack Morris owner
9 December 2015|
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Response from Dana S | Reviewed this property |
I see no question for me; I am not the writer of the critical review! Why am I being sent this inquiry????
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