RV Parks & Campgrounds near Dolores, CO

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Chris Park, CO

Overview

Chris Park is located near Haviland Lake in southwestern Colorado, 18 miles north of Durango. Visitors enjoy the area for its hiking, canoeing and fishing opportunities.

Recreation

Several trailheads are in the vicinity, including Forebay, Goulding, Elbert Creek and Purgatory Flats. The historic Rico-to-Rockwood Wagon Road passes through Chris Park. Built in the late 1800s, the road was used for six years until the railway opened.

Facilities

The campground offers three group sites. Sites 1 and 2 can accommodate up to 75 people each. Site 3 can accommodate up to 150 people, and includes a picnic shelter with electricity and grills. A volleyball court is located near this site as well. Picnic tables and campfire rings provided, as are …
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Location info

Chris Park Road, Durango, CO

Amenities

Hiking, Boating, Camping, Fishing

House Creek Campground, CO

Overview

House Creek Campground is located on the shores of McPhee Reservoir near the town of Dolores in southwestern Colorado. Visitors enjoy the area for its boating, water skiing and fishing opportunities.

Recreation

McPhee Reservoir, the largest within the San Juan National Forest and second largest in Colorado, has 50 miles of shoreline. Boating, water skiing, swimming and fishing are popular activities. A boat ramp is located within the campground.

Facilities

The campground offers group and single-family sites, some of which have electric hookups. Several sites have shelters for shade. Picnic tables, campfire rings and grills are provided, as are vault toilets and drinking water.

Natural Features

The campground is situated in a gently sloping meadow near the reservoir's high-water …
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Location info

Fs 528, Dolores, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site, Water sports

Mcphee Recreation Complex, CO

Overview

McPhee Recreation Complex is located on the south shore of McPhee Reservoir near the town of Dolores in southwestern Colorado. Visitors enjoy the area for its boating, water skiing and fishing opportunities.

Recreation

McPhee Reservoir, the largest within the San Juan National Forest and second-largest in Colorado, has 50 miles of shoreline. Boating, water skiing and fishing are popular activities. A boat ramp and fish cleaning station are located within the complex.

The half-mile Can Do Trail climbs to a scenic overlook with panoramic views of the reservoir and the beautiful peaks surrounding Mesa Verde to the south.

Facilities

This large campground offers group sites, RV and tent sites, some of which have electric hookups. Several sites have shelters …
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Location info

FS Road 271, Dolores, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Water sports

Florida Campground, CO

Overview

Florida Campground is located near the north end of Lemon Reservoir, in southwestern Colorado. Visitors enjoy the area for its fishing, trail opportunities and scenic natural setting.

Recreation

The Florida River is well known for its rainbow and brown trout fishing, but the river runs through much private land, so anglers should be careful not to trespass.

Hiking and biking are popular activities in the area. The Burnt Timber Trail No. 667 begins at Transfer Park, about a mile north of the campground.

The East Florida Road (Forest Road 597) winds steeply uphill past the campground. Lost Lake and Stump Lake Trails begin along this road, offering short, easy hikes to backcountry lakes.

The surrounding area is open to …
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Forest Road 597, Durango, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Hunting, Boating, Fishing, Biking, Water sports

Cayton Campground, CO

Overview

Cayton Campground is located along the San Juan Skyway (Colorado Highway 145) and the Dolores River. Visitors enjoy the area for its great fishing, hiking and scenic driving opportunities.

Recreation

The Dolores River is a popular fishing destination that can often be crowded on summer weekends. Anglers will find rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout.

The area boasts some excellent trails. The Colorado Trail follows the ridge across Bolam Pass. The Lizard Head and Cross Mountain Trails near Lizard Head Pass lead to alpine basins surrounded by 14,000-foot peaks.

The Barlow Creek Road continues past the campground and crosses Bolam Pass with spectacular views. Road conditions near the pass often limit travel to four-wheel drive vehicles. The route eventually connects …
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Forest Service Road 578, Rico, CO

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Biking

West Dolores Campground, CO

Overview

West Dolores Campground is located on the West Dolores Road (Forest Road 535), which branches north from Colorado Highway 145 about 20 miles northeast of Dolores. It is a great place to relax and enjoy the outdoors by hiking, biking and fishing.

Recreation

The West Dolores River offers fishing for brown, rainbow, cutthroat and brook trout. A day-use parking area is available on-site. Several parcels of private property are found along the river. Visitors are asked to stay on the trail and not trespass.

Mountain biking is allowed on Forest Roads 532 and 535. Forest Service Trail 624 begins three miles south of the campground.

Facilities

The campground offers single-family sites, a few of which have electric hookups. Each …
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Location info

Road 38, Rico, CO

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Biking

Haviland Lake Campground, CO

Overview

Haviland Lake Campground is situated on its beautiful namesake within the San Juan National Forest, 18 miles north of Durango. Visitors enjoy the area for its canoeing, fishing and hiking opportunities in a scenic, natural setting. The popular campground is beautiful any time of the year.

Recreation

Haviland Lake is an 80-acre, no-wake lake with excellent boating, canoeing and fishing opportunities. An accessible fishing dock is located on the lakeshore. Anglers cast for rainbow and brown trout. A Colorado Division of Wildlife fishing license is required to fish.

Several trailheads are in the vicinity. The Forebay Lake Trail begins in the campground and leads to small Forebay Lake, just over a mile east of the campground.

The historic Rico-to-Rockwood …
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Location info

Haviland Lake Road, Durango, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Horseback riding

Target Tree Campground, CO

Overview

Target Tree Campground is located 7 miles east of Mancos on the north side of Highway 160 at an elevation of 7,643 feet. It is the ideal camping spot for day trips to Mancos, Durango and Mesa Verde National Park.

The name, "Target Tree," refers to the Ute Indians' use of the area to harvest sap and bark from Ponderosa pines as food supplements. They also used the trees for target practice, leaving several scarred trees throughout the area.

Recreation

Visitors may enjoy taking a short, accessible interpretive trail to view a historic target tree. The campground is also known for its great birding opportunities, with a sign in the campground that lists species found in the area.

The …
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Location info

Unnamed Road, Dolores, CO

Amenities

Horseback riding, Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking

Matterhorn Campground, CO

Overview

Matterhorn Campground is located along the San Juan Skyway (Colorado Highway 145), near the quaint town of Telluride, at an elevation of 8,500 feet. Visitors enjoy the area for its beautiful scenery, hiking and off-road opportunities.

Recreation

The Galloping Goose Trail #449 can be accessed from the campground. This 8.4-mile trail leads past a restored train trestle, over two trail bridges and along segments of the historic Rio Grande Southern Railway. The trail is open to hiking, biking and horseback riding.

Many scenic driving routes, both paved and off-road, can be found in the area. Additional hiking trails crisscross the surrounding mountains. Lizard Head Wilderness is about 3 miles from the campground.

Facilities

The campground offers single-family sites, each …
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East San Bernardo Drive, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Hunting, Fishing, Biking

Junction Creek Campground, CO

Overview

Junction Creek Campground is located close to Durango, Colo., near the beginning of the Colorado Trail. Visitors enjoy the area for its excellent hiking and biking opportunities in a scenic natural setting.

Recreation

The Colorado Trail, also known as the Junction Creek Trail, begins nearby and stretches almost 500 miles to Denver as it rises through subalpine forests and alpine meadows above the timberline. Mountain biking is very popular on the Colorado Trail and the Logchute Trail System, which is nearby.

Junction Creek offers fishing for rainbow and brook trout. Skilled anglers may have luck near the campground, but chances improve upstream.

Facilities

The campground offers single- and double-family campsites, many with electric hookups. A group campsite is available …
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County Road 204, Durango, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Biking

Mavreeso Campground, CO

Overview

Mavreeso Campground is located on the West Dolores Road (Forest Road 535), which branches north from Colorado Highway 145 about 20 miles northeast of Dolores. It is a great place to relax and enjoy the outdoors by hiking, biking and fishing.

Recreation

The West Dolores River offers fishing for brown, rainbow, cutthroat and brook trout. A parking area is available for fisherman. Several parcels of private property are found along the river. Visitors are asked to stay on the trail and not trespass.

Mountain biking is allowed on Forest Roads 532 and 535. Forest Service Trail 624 begins two miles south of the campground.

Facilities

The campground offers single-family sites, a few of which have electric hookups. A group …
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Location info

Road 38, Dolores, CO

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Biking

Kroeger Campground, CO

Kroeger Campground is located in La Plata Canyon, with 10 campsites on 2 shaded acres. You can fish in the nearby La Plata River, but success rates are only fair. Expect cool summer nights at this elevation. There is no trash pickup; trash must be packed out. Most sites do not accommodate larger RVs. Private property is adjacent to the campground - do not trespass.

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County Road 124, Hesperus, CO

Amenities

Camping, Picnicking

Sig Creek Campground, CO

Sig Creek Campground, 32 miles north of Durango, has 9 campsites on a southfacing hillside about 1/4 mile from the East Fork of Hermosa Creek. The campground is 6 miles west of Durango Mountain Resort on the Hermosa Park Rd. (Forest Rd. 578), accessible by 2WD. Much of this gravel road follows the route of the Scotch Creek Toll Road, which ran from Rico to the Animas Valley in the late 1800s. The road continues over Bolam Pass to Colorado Highway 145 north of Rico. The upper section is 4WD only.The upper trailhead for the Hermosa Creek Trail begins 2 miles past the campground, near the confluence of the main and east forks of Hermosa Creek. This multiple-use trail heads …

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Location info

Sig Creek Campground, Durango, CO

Amenities

Camping, Picnicking

South Mineral Campground, CO

Campgrounds still open between September and May have no services (water, electric, trash pick up or rest rooms). Please keep them clean and pack it out. Thanks!

South Mineral Campground is accessed by turning off U.S. Highway 550, about 3 miles west of Silverton, onto Forest Rd. 585, which heads west along South Mineral Creek. The campground is 4 miles off the highway and has 26 mostly level sites. Several camping loops and well-spaced sites are mostly shaded, but some are sunny. A few are next to the creek, and some have large parking areas. The Ice Lake Basin Trail, a strenuous, steep, and popular hike, begins across the road from the campground. It leads up above timberline to high …

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Location info

South Mineral Campground Road, Durango, CO

Amenities

Camping, Recreational vehicles, Picnicking

Transfer Park Campground, CO

Campgrounds still open between September and May have no services (water, electric, trash pick up or rest rooms). Please keep them clean and pack it out. Thanks!

Transfer Park Campground is only 1 mile past Florida Campground, with 11 acres of shaded settings above the Florida River. This was the site of a historic transfer station for ore and supplies between pack mules and wagons in the mining era. Two loops have 25 sites with shade and sun, and large, open play areas. The upper loop is mostly level, with several larger sites. The lower loop is near the river and has 2 larger sites, a few short pull-thru’s, and several tent spots.Parking for the Burnt Timber Trail is near …

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Forest Road 596, Durango, CO

Amenities

Camping, Picnicking

Cortez / Mesa Verde KOA, CO

Minutes from one of Colorado’s most exceptional national parks and surrounded by dozens of other parks, forests, natural areas, and archaeological sites, Cortez/Mesa Verde KOA could be a comfortable and convenient place to stay when you pick up a campervan rental near Cortez. On the outskirts of pleasantbook an RV in Montezuma County and spend time in the Rocky Mountains, high up above the tree line …

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Durango North / Riverside KOA, CO

Seven thousand feet up in the stunning Rocky Mountains of southwestern Colorado, Durango North/Riverside KOA is quite possibly the best place to camp when you have big things planned. This fantastic campground is several minutes’ drive outside of book an RV in La Plata County, you can open yourself up to a whole world of possibilities. Mesmerizing views of the San Juan Mountains, fabulous desert landscapes, and some of the country’s best-preserved archeological sites left behind by Native American tribes.

Bringing your campervan rental to this KOA campground makes sense for lots of different reasons, most notably its …

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Durango KOA, CO

Seven thousand feet up in the stunning Rocky Mountains of southwestern Colorado, Durango KOA is quite possibly the best place to camp when you have big things planned. This fantastic campground is several minutes’ drive outside of book an RV in La Plata County, you can open yourself up to a whole world of possibilities. The region is packed with mesmerizing views of the San Juan Mountains, fabulous desert landscapes, and some of the country’s best-preserved archeological sites left behind by Native American tribes hailing from the area.

Camping at Durango KOA makes sense for lots of different …

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Mancos Campground, CO

Southwestern Colorado is a truly underrated tourist destination with excellent weather, some of the country’s most impressive outdoor landscapes, and a diversity of attractions that rival more well-traveled cities like Denver. Durango undoubtedly lies at the center of the action, but the hustle of the bustle of the city isn’t for everyone, and so if you’re looking for a quieter locale for camping with an RV, Mancos State Park is the place to be. Just under half an hour's drive from Durango, it’s a great blend of outdoor recreation opportunities and urban amenities.

Sites at Mancos State Park are very rustic, with no hookups for your RV rental. Many, but not all of their sites have a vault toilet and …

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Morefield Campground, CO

Morefield Campground is found within Mesa Verde National Park in southwest Colorado. The campground is located in a fairly rural part of the state, only around 40 miles from where the state borders with both New Mexico and Utah. One of the nearest communities is the small town of Durango is around 40 miles to the east.

Morefield Campground sits at a fairly high altitude. This means that the campground is only open April through October, due to the winter weather that can be fairly extreme here. The mesa it sits on was once covered in green vegetation (hence the name), but much of this …

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