A company hoping to launch an all-inclusive vacation resort catering to cannabis users has delayed its opening due to a misunderstanding with the partner in charge of procuring land for the project.
MaryJane Group had planned to open CannaCamp Bud+Breakfast last week on a 170-acre ranch near Durango, Colorado.
The resort promised a host of marijuana-centric activities such as cannabis cooking classes and MJ-infused massage therapy in addition to three meals a day, traditional outdoor recreational options and lodging where guests could smoke on patios.
The company had partnered with the family that owned the ranch more than 45 years. The ranch, however, was recently sold.
While MaryJane Group had been assured the ranch’s new owners would welcome the resort, the two sides couldn’t come to an agreement, according to the Denver Post’s cannabis news site.
Now, the company will begin looking for a new location for the camp and has pushed its grand opening to next summer.
Customers that already booked their $395-a-night cabins at CannaCamp will have their reservations honored at cannabis-friendly B&Bs that the MaryJane Group owns in Denver, Silverthorne and Colorado Springs, the Post reported.