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I think the only reason Tiger Run gets a bad review is because of the price. There are no campgrounds around that are paved, have 100' concrete pads, have an indoor pool, are landscaped as nice and easy to use. The pool area has been remodeled recently and the place looks great. There are some for sale signs in the place but have you noticed more in your own neighborhood recently? This place is still the best around and one of the nicest I have stayed in. I found the front desk staff friendly and helpful and we visit 3-4 times every summer. I would recommend this place to anyone without fear of them having a bad experience.

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What a nice find. Like some past reviewers, you will need blocks to level your RV. There is one site that was big enough for our rig and very shady. I liked this place but gave it my rating due to the fact it is tough to get in to and a bit long in the tooth. There are a ton of things to do including an indoor pool. It is nestled against the San gre de Cristo mountains (picture the Tetons if in Colorado) and in the wilderness. It is beautiful and relaxing. I would recommend to anyone with less than a 40' RV. Any bigger and you need to request site T-1 or T-2. We had a great time.


Ouray KOA

Ouray, Colorado

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This was a very nice campground. Ouray is a resort town but very isolated and has a limited amount of usable land. This campground is open and shaded. The folks running it have owned it 21 years and more than accommodating. We found not having cable was no big deal and although they have no pool, it is hard to compete with the Ouray Hot Springs pool in town. Just drive the five minutes there and go swim in 97 degrees of relaxation. We found the campground to be a great starting point to visit Ouray, Silverton, Ridgeway State Park, Box Canon Falls, and all the San Juan Mountains have to offer. We will be coming back and highly recommend this campground if you are in the area.