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My husband and I were looking for a place last minute and this was a good choice. It was clean and quiet.
I would suggest if you're staying in a cabin type 1 like we did, be prepared for cold weather like bring a space...More
Hubby and I were driving to Colorado, looking for a campground to camp overnight, I found Pagosa Springs in the map, and wanted to check it out. The town is so cute, there are a few cute restaurants and bar options, everything is lovely. We...More
We thoroughly enjoyed our choice of campgrounds above Durango. Meeting friends at the Silverton train station which is about 1 and 1/4 hours away, we drove through some of the most beautiful fall colors ever along the "Million Dollar Highway" in the late summer (campground...More
Viewed a number of RV sites, so glad we chose Pagosa Riverside. An old KOA campground, well kept up. We reserved a site right on the river. When we arrived, we were escorted to our site and asked if we needed assistance. Great staff. 5...More
Very nice staff, clean bathrooms and everything you need at the camp store. You can float the river without any crowds right next to your campsite. Pets are welcome and the campground was very dog friendly.
The cabins are primitive sleeping cabins - C1 has a double bed and a set of bunks / C2 has 2 twins and a dorm fridge/microwave. C3 has a double, a set of bunks and a full bath / kitchen. C1 and C2 have no running... More
The cabins are primitive sleeping cabins - C1 has a double bed and a set of bunks / C2 has 2 twins and a dorm fridge/microwave. C3 has a double, a set of bunks and a full bath / kitchen. C1 and C2 have no running water.
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"I didn't stay in a room. We camped in our own tent."