16 Parks near Pagosa Springs, Colorado
Jul 2014 - $39.00
We made our reservations late for 4th of July weekend and the owners worked to make a spot for us. Most sites are level but not much shade. Sites are dirt with a little grass. Park seems well kept & all utilities worked well except Wi-Fi - not always. Although the park is out of town it is close to a good fishing lake and is on Blanco River. We spent 6 nights here and would stop here again when we come through. - chucknsusan
Jun 2014 - $40.00
The owners are very friendly and helpful. The bathrooms were nice and always clean. We backed up to the small river, which was very pretty. Kids had a great time playing in it. There is no phone service here. We have Sprint and our neighbors on each side had Verison and ATT and they had no phone service. Wifi was very undependable or nonexistent. The big negative for us was no enforcement of the dog rules. We have a dog, but always keep her on a leash and clean up after her. No one else did and were never asked to. We probably will not stay here again. - User2475
Sep 2013 - $25.00
The owners were very friendly and helpful. Although the tent sites do not receive Wi-Fi, I was allowed to pitch my tent close enough to the office to pick up a signal. The owner was even nice enough to bring me 2 sodas after my long motorcycle ride in. Loved the setting of the park. It was very peaceful and serene. Very well kept park. - aarongalindo
Jun 2016 - $40.00
This is a very nice park, no special amenities, but easy to get to and easy to get around in with nice wide roads. The spaces are well sized and have good separation from each other with plenty of room for our 33' TT and the truck. All the spaces appeared to be back in, but the roads are so wide that there was plenty of room to make it easy. Kind of expensive, but such a nice park that we would plan on staying here again, if we were to come back to the area. - living large
Sep 2015 - $40.00
Nice quiet small park,however they have a rec. room and a swim spa which can only be used for cabin rentals.The manager told us the rec. room and spa are to small to be used by both.The rv park is small and the cabin rentals even smaller.The five days we were their we never saw anyone using the swim spa or rec. room.We were very disappointed and will not return. - Rip
Sep 2015 - $38.00
We were a little surprised how nice this campground was. I think that many of their sites are being used by seasonal people leaving only a few sites for those who want to stay a couple of days.
The interior roads and sites were on crushed gravel. Some of the sites were level while others were not. The utilities were situated on the correct side. The electrical box contained 20/30/50 amp service. The voltage was a little low - hovering around 117. Every site had a picnic table but no fire rings (as per city ordainments).
They have (3) "dry" sites. Their terminology for "dry" was very confusing. According to the park manager "dry" means water and electric but no sewer. This is not what most RVer's would call "dry". There is a dump station located at the entrance to the park.
There were two bathrooms - one at the entrance and the other in the back. The one in the front had one very large shower per gender. The one the back had 3 showers per gender. Both bathrooms were very clean and appealing.
This campground had WiFi but we did not use it. Verizon air card and cell phone reception was good.
There was a Jacuzzi but it was not working during our stay. Coin operated laundry @ $2 for washer and $2 for the dryer was available.
Pagosa Springs was about 2 miles away. It was very quiet and peaceful at night.
Mountain Landing RV was pricey but this is a tourist town.
We would come back this park if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
Jun 2016 - $41.00
This park is small, but wonderful. The people were just the best. They had no pull-through, so they helped us park our car trailer and then showed us our site. All gravel sites with fantastic grass, with table, propane fire pit and they furnish propane. Their web site is exactly as they describe. - jhowell
Aug 2014 - $42.00
This is an excellant park with wonderful hosts. park is very quiet and offers beautiful views. This park feels like home quickly. Movies at night and ATVs (rentals) to take up into the mountains. Small park with fairly tight spaces, but easily maneuvered in 40' motorhome. We will definitely be back. - Fred & Diann
Jun 2014 - $43.00
Rate includes tax and is GS discount. Nice and quiet, some tall trees, lakefront or riverfront. Site was a little sloping on the lake side. Pool is nothing to be excited about, above ground. Internet great but had a little trouble connecting sometimes. Very friendly hosts. You will like it. - LottaTidbits
Jul 2016 - $47.00
Park is nicely located next to the river. Beautiful setting. A little pricey, but I believe that being close to the resort town warrants the cost. Was a little concerned when we checked in: parked by the pool. Above ground, vinyl type, back yard pool with sides sagging. Sites were a little crowded. The staff was very pleasant: nice people. - LizzyWA
Jul 2016 - $47.00
There is no phone service here. The internet is not too bad. It is right along the San Juan river. Sites were a decent distance away. - Kwanyen
Jan 2016 - $30.00
Let me start by saying that winter, cold-weather camping is not for everyone. But if you are like us, and enjoy snow skiing and are adapted to winter camping, Pagosa Riverside is a must stay place! They keep about 8 spaces open during the winter, snow-plowed, with full hookups (50 amp). These 8 spaces are "first come, first serve" and are a flat rate of $30/day. Management, workers, and the owner are very friendly and want to assure you are comfortable and happy. The campground is beautiful, a wonderful setting along the San Juan River. In the winter there is only one pull-thru space, and our 38' fifth wheel was too long for that space. We had a back-in spot that was well plowed and the utilities shoveled clear. Management and the owner were very busy with remodeling the office building and bathrooms. I would guess that the office and bathrooms look very nice and updated in preparation for the warm weather campers! If you do winter camp, be aware that the San Juan River Valley usually is 10 degrees colder at night than Pagosa Springs due to the cold air descending from Wolf Creek Pass. We are definitely looking forward to visiting Pagosa Riverside next winter (and skiing Wolf Creek) and seeing the friends we made with Management and the Owner! And, who knows, we might even be able to warm weather camp there sometime! We highly recommend Pagosa Riverside Campground! - geo-gypsy
Aug 2015 - $39.00
Very nice campground, lots of pine trees and shade, full hook-ups at each site including cable TV (4 channels). The lodge was nice and clean with a separate kitchen area, game room and two bathrooms with showers. The staff was friendly and helpful. Since we stayed there in August many spaces were already occupied by retirees for the summer. The only small disappointments were: 1) Some of the spaces (including ours) were closer together than we expected, and 2) The WiFi was very inconsistent, and only Verizon provided decent cell coverage. - RobGn
Aug 2011 - $29.00
Only draw back is its 18 miles North of town. Very nice everyone was friendly including the folks we parked next to and across from. No TV but who cares. Internet was excellent. Didn't have any bars on my phone but it worked. I don't know that I would come here for a one nighter but sure as the sun sets in the West would come there and spend weeks. - hotpepperkid
Jun 2011 - $29.00
We had a wonderful time at this very kid friendly park. We did not have kids but enjoyed seeing them at play. The kids and dogs were all well mannered. The Wi-Fi was outstanding! Good water. The staff was very friendly. We rode the horses that are available and the outfitter was extremely safety aware, but still made the ride fun. Only negative is that is a little hard to get into space 9. - gwynnann
Apr 2016 - $30.00
There are two areas, one a full-service loop with campsites pretty snug. I opted for the meadow area next to the river, which was quiet and delightful. Electric only. It was a bit muddy after a rainstorm, but the owners indicated they're bringing gravel in to help with the mud issue. The owners were extremely friendly and accommodating. - OmakMary
Sep 2015 - $30.00
What a wonderful little, family owned and operated campground. River fishing was good. Showers clean. Washer and Dryer available in the Recreation room. Kitchen available for tent campers. We were, unfortunately, only there for one night but were made to feel like family. Big campfire the night we were there with everyone to share stories and experiences. Oh yes, and all the animals................lets see, there was a horse, goat, chickens and ducks and the cat. The owners instantly made us feel like family. Have been stopping in Pagosa for one to five nights almost every year for the past 20 and never knew this little jewel of a park existed. So glad we found it. Will be back, and it won't be for just one night. - Chris C
Jul 2015 - $30.00
Sites are close together, grassy with a commons area behind the campers as they are two rows back to back. There are other non hook up tent/small camper sites on and across the river. There are some long term campers as well as seasonal campers. The campground is pretty well maintained and clean, it appears they are doing some upgrades to the entire area. T.J. the camp host is very nice and helpful. The Blanco river runs on the edge of the property and has trout to fish for. Wi-Fi was good thru the entire park, no cell service on any carrier due to location, not a problem for us. We would stay here again if we are in Pagosa Springs. - Wandering Westhoffs
Jul 2012 - $18.00
We stayed for a week in this great national forest campground. It is a solid 20 miles north of Pagosa Springs, the first 10 is very bumpy on pavement. Once you leave the pavement it is much easier traveling. If you love being out of touch, but close enough to town you will love this campground. Sportsman campground about halfway had a great store and helpful info on local fishing hotspots. This is a dry camp situation with potable water in site. The camp host was awesome and took great care of the camp and open pit toilets. - JNoble37
Jul 2013 - $35.00
Terrific campgrounds near town---hot springs and national forest trails. Awesome hosts. Long stay RVers are friendly. Will return if possible. - waterwalkin
Sep 2012 - $30.00
Great Park. Owner was fantastic & everyone was so friendly. We had kids with us & they were very kid friendly too. Would highly recommend this campground. Very clean- everything works & set up perfect for RV's. The only thing missing was Wi-Fi but the friendliness & helpfulness of the owner & Yon made up for the Wi-Fi. Will return again & stay longer next time. - Tarrah
Mar 2012 - $55.00
Now this, is paradise!! The most gorgeous scenery coming down off the pass! We've been wasting time with anybody else!! Recommend! - belton rv park steals
Aug 2015 - $10.00
A very beautiful/peaceful place to visit and just unwind in the Great Outdoors. Well maintained facilities, and our Host was very friendly, helpful, and courteous. - AlAva
Jul 2008 - $14.00
This is a primitive campground just at the start of the road up to Cinnamon Pass. You are at over 9500 feet at this campground. The only facilities are pit toilets. We stayed here in our motor home and it was a challenge getting it level. But we did with some patience. There were mostly tent and trailers there but a few of the sites can accommodate a big rig. Just make sure your water is topped off and the holding tanks are empty. We enjoyed our stay. It was relatively quiet and the sites were spaced well apart. With surrounding mountains and spectacular views this is a great place to spend a few days. It is still close enough to Lake City to run into town for a meal or to make an ice run. If you love 4-wheeling you'll love this part of Colorado. And this campground provides as much as you can expect in location and relaxation. Don't forget your jeep when you come. - Glenn & Becky Puckett
Oct 2015 - $66.00
have stayed here twice and we enjoy it very much they try hard to make it nice for everyone. I wont lie its not cheap but its a wonderful campground
many people return every year I believe you can buy a site The area is wonderful for riding around the Park folks are friendly wifi better than average limited sites to rent. - william1996
Sep 2015 - $66.00
This is a class A only resort. It is the best we have seen and we stay at many throughout our travels. This is a very small resort with about 27 or so sites. All roads and pads are concrete. Sites have a very nice covered patio area. There is a fantastic club house and huge deck overlooking a nice stream. Management is top notch. There are weekday continental breakfasts and many nights with a happy hour. Wifi about the best we have seen at rv parks. All sites are back in but are wide and with able assistance you are in straight without thinking! - jeffnbarb
Aug 2015 - $66.00
We have stayed here before and it remains one four favorite campgrounds anywhere. The campground owners/hosts are fantastic. The breakfast and nightly activities make the other campers and the hosts more like friends than folks next door. It can be tough to get a space as there are a few choice lots that are owned and occupied most of the summer and several others that stay for 4-6 weeks at a time. the only unfavorable comment is when you set the bar so high - you can notice some of the little things slipping. Facility maintenance was not as good as our last visit. Certainly still excellent but noticeable less so. Several of the cabana's in the owned lots are being built out and you have to deal with the contractors trucks, supplies,equipment and construction noise. Probably nits overall, and still one of the best facilities we have ever visited. - Zoey and Reba