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Although the grounds are nice and the lake view sites are nice, many of the sites are crammed together and there is little privacy. There are both pit toilets spread throughout and shower houses. The latter were not well-maintained at all. Sinks were dirty and toilets were overflowing. There is a swimming beach and a small boat rental. The "camp store" was a joke. Although there were water spigots scattered about, for $25/night one would think there would be water at each site. There is also a $5 gate fee to get into the park itself. Although I will go back (because it is close to home) there is a lot of room for improvement here. There is also a horse camping area with stalls and, if you are a horse person, this is a very nice place to camp and ride.


Ouray KOA

Ouray, Colorado

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We stopped here for a day of rest after several days of dry camping. Although the staff was nice, the sites were tight and close together. Luckily the park was not crowded. We had to move from our first site because the shore utilities were in an awkward place and our electric cable was not long enough to reach. There was no fire pit at our site, only an elevated bar-b-q grill. There was an additional charge to use the showers. The store was sparsely stocked. I would not voluntarily camp here again.

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Although I much prefer to camp off the beaten path, we were tired and ready for full hook-ups and a hot, unlimited water shower. This RV park fit the bill perfectly. The staff was fantastic, the showers were immaculate (as were the grounds) and the park was quiet. Some of the sites were a little too close together, but we lucked out and did not have neighbors on either side. Although it really is a little out of the way if you want to explore Durango, we unhitched and did just that. The area has a lot to offer including horse back riding just down the road. The lake was very nice and has a full marina. I would definitely camp here again.