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We stayed at the Morefield campground after 3 days tent camping at Great Sand Dunes in June. We were thrilled with the free showers at this place. Even though we had reserved our campsite months in advance we couldn't choose the specific one until we...More
Besides the easy parking, quiet, and clean it was very reasonable! A variety of wildlife came through the area too. It was nice to be in the park boundary so we could get an early start to the sites we wanted to visit for the...More
Chose to stay in the park and camp inside Mesa Verde. Sites were very open and close together. However there were hot showers and a great view of low mountain.This campground has good services but to use WiFi we had to sit in the laundry...More
Who would set up a tent area and put the fire it two feet away so you can burn spark holes through the nylon? Morefield Campground would. I understand the need to confine the trampling to a small area. I really do. But I don't...More
Morefield Campground is conveniently located to the drive out on each Mesa for tours of the cliff houses. The campground has nicely spaced sites and was quiet at night. We enjoyed the deer that visited each day, as well as the coyote that seemed to...More
There are only one or two dwellings that you can actually access via guided tours. We didn't do any while we were there, only observed them from different view points, but from what I could see, it wasn't a terribly... More
There are only one or two dwellings that you can actually access via guided tours. We didn't do any while we were there, only observed them from different view points, but from what I could see, it wasn't a terribly difficult hike to/from them. He might be limited in how much exploration he would be able to do within the dwellings themselves if ladders are difficult for them. The guides and park rangers are very helpful here.