This park is right on the Durango-Silverton Railroad with the train passing right through the camp. The restrooms are clean and the camp is well maintained. There is a small pool and the owners are friendly. Overall it is a nice place.
This was an overnight stop that we picked because KOAs are generally a known quality. The restrooms were very clean and the general appearance was as nice as could be expected in Amarillo. However, trains passed by blowing their whistles about 1/4 mile away every 30 minutes. In addition, there were mosquitoes and an odor from a nearby cattle feedlot. The 2 person rates were also stupidly high in my opinion at $28 for a tent site with no hookups and $41 for water and electric. Full hookups were even higher. We will likely not stay here again.
This appears to be a former KOA with its A-frame office. It is an older park, but the camp is clean as are the restrooms. There are some spaces on the river, but be aware some of the best riverside sites are non-hookup. One negative is some electric sites are only 20 amp. We didn't need A/C so it wasn't a big deal. They do have some 30 amp sites. Also, if you you expect a resort, this isn't it. We enjoyed our stay.
Nice clean park right by the railroad. It is also within walking distance of town. There are new sites recently added by the river some of which have a view of the train. The only negative is the restroom and shower capacity is small and you might have to wait. However, the showers were clean.
This is a beautiful campground with the Dolores river passing through the middle. Lots of spaces on the river and each has a fire ring with free wood available. Sites are spacious and restrooms are clean.
This is a nice KOA with lots of shade trees. Bathrooms were clean and they had a nice playground area. The store was well stocked. Overall, this campground was a good value with the price being lower than other KOAs.
Nice park with fantastic, clean bathrooms. There is a pavillion where you can grill or just sit. Nice owners who work to make your stay nice. Only downside was there were a lot of mosquitoes when we were there. Still a great place, though.
Nice, clean, campground. Sites are a little close together, but not more so than other campgrounds. The tent area has lush grass although the RV section is primarily gravel. The place is very shady and the train passes right through the middle of the campground.
We stayed here in a spot on the stream and found it to be one of the nicest KOA's we have stayed. Sites are relatively spacious and the campground is clean. There is a cafe on site for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Food was good. Be aware that in peak season this place is packed and very busy.
Nice rustic park with water and electric. Almost a national forest experience but with the convenience of electricity. Showers were clean. Roads are narrow, tight, and unpaved and could be a challenge for large rigs.
Beautiful view from many camp sites. Great park. A couple of things to be aware of: there is a lot of road noise from the highway. Also, the water connection is a LONG way from the electric connection so you may need a longer hose.
Nice park with many recent improvements. Restrooms clean. Price listed is for a tent site with water and 20 amp electric. RV sites are concrete tracks. Tent sites have raised pads and a central kitchen area. There are a couple of negatives: is it right by I-10 and there is road noise; also, it is impossible to exit the park and make a left turn from the park to return to I-10 because of an esplanade in the road. You must make a right turn and turn around somewhere down the road which could be a problem for some big rigs.
This is one of the nicer Durango campgrounds. They have a pool and a small stream in the campground. The river is nearby but you can't get to it from the campground. The bathrooms were clean, but they only had curtains for privacy in the shower dressing area. Like most Durango campgrounds, the sites are close together.
We loved this campground. There are lots of sites on the river and the sites have space between them so you aren't jammed against your neighbor. Good fishing in the river. Owners are very willing to please. The restrooms are very clean.
This is a very nice KOA and we have been staying here on our Colorado trips since the early 1980's. There is a cafe on site where you can get breakfast, BBQ, and other tasty meals. Jeeps are available for rent on site. Friendly staff.
This is a great campground. It can be a little muddy in wet weather, but its still nice. Bath houses are heated and clean. Staff is friendly and willing to help. They gave us some great advice on where to fish.
Rumors are this campground is closed but it was open for 2006. Lots of shade. Bathrooms are VERY clean but be aware that the showers are pay showers. Have some quarters with you. If you don't need a resort, this is a nice place to stay in the Denver/Georgetown area.
We spent one night here over Labor Day Weekend. They accepted our 1 night reservation without any problems (unlike other campgrounds who want to force you to reserve 3 nights on holiday weekends). Even though they were full, the place was clean and pleasant. Very nice location and setting. Staff welcoming and friendly.
Very nice camp with shady sites. Computers available in the office for internet access. Clean restrooms. Pavilions available for group use. Friendly staff. Only downside is the layout in some parts of the camp is a little strange and you can end up driving through empty sites to get to other sites. Not a big deal.
We stayed here in August 2005 and had a good experience. Restrooms were clean and staff friendly. However if you are expecting a "resort", you will be disappointed. There are very nice riverfront sites and pond sites. Good fishing in the river. There are a few seasonal people here, but not many. The minuses are there are RV's stored in the middle of the camp. Also, the playground and pool aren't that great. Overall we were happy with our experience.
We have stayed at this campground a number of times over the years and always enjoy our stay. However in late June, July, and early August, it is very crowded. There are a lot of very nice sites, although some of the pull throughs and full hookup sites on the stream are all gravel with no grass. There are plenty of grassy and shady water and electric sites. Cafe on site has good food at decent prices. Jeeps can be rented on site at competitive rates. Friendly staff. Clean unisex restrooms and showers are available.