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Ouray KOA

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Here along the Uncompahgre River, you're at the gateway to the rugged San Juan Mountains and southwest Colorado's majestic alpine scenery. Rent a Jeep at the campground and head for the hills to explore ghost towns and tour old mines. One of the most spectacular day trips takes you 31 miles along the winding Million Dollar Highway from Ouray to Silverton, both legendary mining towns. Telluride, the town of famous people and the legend of Butch Cassidy, is just up the road. Enjoy the gondola ride to the top as well as the history and resort area there. This KOA's elevation is about 7,250 feet. Take a soak at one of the local natural hot springs or work out the kinks in KOA's hot tub. Enjoy breakfast at the Creekside Cafe before heading out to the trails, and then return for an awesome dinner. Relax at KOA's bar on the creek with live music and David's famous Texas mesquite-style BBQ on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights (seasonal). Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: David & Deborah
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Montrose County Airport50 km
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Reviewed 20 October 2018

We were running behind schedual to find a dispersed campsite in the Ouray area, not wanting to be looking in the dark. We called about two hours out and Debbie the owner answered the phone. Since our needs were minor, (small roof top tent on...More

Date of stay: October 2018
Thank Mccaf
Reviewed 3 October 2018 via mobile

Staff worked wonders to get me a great rate to compete with the local State Park. They were also able to accommodate my handicap needs. The place is kept immaculate. The grounds are gorgeous with plenty of shade, and yes, a creek does run through...More

Date of stay: October 2018
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Reviewed 18 September 2018 via mobile

We called ahead and reserved several campsites together for our wedding party after several weeks we called again just to verify and ask a few questions and realized the staff had made a critical error and the dates of our stay we were scattered all...More

Date of stay: September 2018
Thank nstaton77
Reviewed 8 September 2018 via mobile

I stayed here five nights while doing stuff in Ouray and the surrounding area. I got a quiet campsite on one of the corners of the campground. There are several campsites in the 47’s that are designated with letters (47 E, 47 F...). They are...More

Date of stay: September 2018
Thank RandomTraveler76
Reviewed 28 August 2018 via mobile

I have stayed here a few times with family. The cabins are a fun way to stay. This KOA has beautiful scenery all around with plenty of activities offered. A family of deer seemed to hang around too! Amazing place!

Date of stay: August 2018
Thank Brianne K
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"Back camping spots seem to have less auto and foot traffic."
14 Aug. 2017
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"Make sure you get a place on the babbling brook. It s so soothing."
10 Jul. 2017
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"Most KOA deluxe cabins have their own bathrooms"
8 Jul. 2017
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"Call for rates. I asked if there was a spot by the river, they also have water/electric tent sites. must..."
31 May 2017
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