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Aspen Glade Campground, CO

Overview

Aspen Glade Campground sits on the Conejos River in southern Colorado, providing a premium setting for fly fishing and peaceful nature watching.

Recreation

Forest Road 250 provides an unforgettable scenic drive, where visitors are met with sweeping views of the Conejos Canyon and River.

Just upstream of the campground is a section of "Gold Medal" trout fishing, offering top-tier fishing for large quality trout. Just 168 miles of the 9,000 miles of trout streams in Colorado are designated with this title.

The nearby Sheep Creek Trail is also highly recommended for avid hikers.

Facilities

The 32 spacious, reservable campsites are considerably quiet, allowing for the sounds of birds overhead. Drinking water and vault toilets are provided.

Natural Features

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Location info

Colorado 17, Antonito, CO

Amenities

Camping, Fishing

Lake Fork Rio Grande Natuonal Forest Campground, CO

Overview

Lake Fork Campground sits in the Rio Grande Forest, 40 miles northwest of Antonito, Colorado. The campground is a true getaway from any city, and requires an 18-mile drive on a gravel road. This high elevation campground boasts limitless beauty with mountain peaks, alpine wildlife spotting and several varieties of birds.

Recreation

The campground is convenient to several trails, such as Lake Fork to Big Lake and Conejos Peak to Blue Lake.

The Conejos River is a Gold Medal River, meaning it offers the greatest potential for trophy trout fishing. Rainbow and brown trout are the most common species in the river.

Facilities

Some campsites overlook the river. There is one centrally located drinking water spigot. All parking spurs …
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Location info

Forest 250 Road, Del Norte, CO

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing

Mogote Campground, CO

Overview

Mogote Campground is located along the Conejos River, making it a perfect location for fishing and hiking. The pleasant campground is well shaded by groves of ponderosa pine and a mixture of cottonwood, spruce, willow and aspen.

The campground is also in close proximity to the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad, home of America's highest and longest, coal fired, steam operated narrow-gauge railroad.

Recreation

The Conejos River is a Gold Medal River, offering a high potential for trophy trout fishing. Rainbow and brown trout are the most common species in the river. Popular hikes include the 15-mile Elk Creek Trail and the 10.9-mile South Fork Conejos Trail.

Facilities

Campsites are equipped with picnic tables and campfire rings with grills. …
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Location info

Unnamed Road, Antonito, CO

Amenities

Camping

Big Meadows Reservoir Campground, CO

Overview

Big Meadows is located in the San Juan Mountains in south-central Colorado, about 11 miles west of South Fork. The campground is lightly wooded with spruce trees, creating a beautiful meadow atmosphere.

The Rio Grande National Forest spans 1.86 million acres in south-central Colorado. The Continental Divide runs for 236 miles along most of the forest's western border, presenting a myriad of ecosystems from alpine desert to dense wilderness.

Recreation

An accessible fishing pier, located on the north shore of the reservoir, allows anglers to cast for rainbow, brown and brook trout. Hunting, boating and hiking are also popular pastimes.

Hikers and horseback riders will enjoy the 6-mile Archuleta Trail. The trail accesses the Weminuche Wilderness, Colorado's largest wilderness, …
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Location info

F R 410, Creede, CO

Amenities

Camping, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Day use area

Graham Creek Campground, CO

Overview

Graham Creek Campground is situated above Vallecito Lake, in the scenic San Juan National Forest of southwestern Colorado. Visitors enjoy the area for its beautiful scenery and wide range of recreational activities, including boating, fishing and hiking.

Recreation

Vallecito Lake is a very popular fishing destination, where anglers cast for German brown trout, cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, kokanee salmon and northern pike.

The lake offers great boating, water skiing and canoeing opportunities. Boat rentals and fishing licenses are available at various locations around the lake.

A variety of hiking and horseback riding trails are found in the area. The North Canyon Trail begins across the road from the campground and leads through ponderosa pine and aspen forests on its …
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Forest Road 603, Bayfield, CO

Amenities

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

North Canyon Campground, CO

Overview

North Canyon Campground is situated next to Vallecito Reservoir in southwestern Colorado. Visitors enjoy the area for its beautiful scenery and wide range of recreational activities, including boating, fishing and hiking.

Recreation

Vallecito Reservoir is a very popular fishing lake, with anglers casting for German brown trout, cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, kokanee salmon and northern pike.

The lake offers great boating, water skiing and canoeing opportunities. Boat rentals and fishing licenses are available at various locations around the lake.

A variety of hiking and horseback riding trails are found in the area. The North Canyon Trail begins across the road from the campground and leads through ponderosa pine and aspen forests. A short side trail leads to a scenic …
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Forest Road 603, Bayfield, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site, Horseback riding, Water sports

West Fork Campground, CO

Overview

West Fork Campground sits near the West Fork San Juan River in a secluded 10-acre area, just over a mile from Highway 160. Visitors enjoy the area for its hiking opportunities and plentiful solitude.

Recreation

The West Fork and nearby Wolf Creek offer fishing opportunities, but are heavily fished streams. Only skilled and patient fishermen have much luck in these waters.

The West Fork Trail, also known as the Rainbow Trail, leads into the Weminuche Wilderness from a trailhead a mile beyond the campground. The first portion of the trail passes through private property, so please stay on the trail and leave the gates as you find them.

Facilities

The campground offers single-family sites, some of which are adjacent …
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West Fork Road, Creede, CO

Amenities

Hiking, Boating, Camping, Fishing

East Fork Campground, CO

Overview

East Fork Campground is located 11 miles northeast of Pagosa Springs, just off U.S. Highway 160, along the East Fork Road. Visitors enjoy the area for its fishing, hiking and scenic opportunities.

Recreation

The East Fork offers plenty of fishing opportunities upstream from the campground. Trailheads for the Coal Creek Trail and the Quartz Ridge Trail are at Sand Creek, 2-5 miles beyond the campground.

Facilities

The campground offers several single-family sites, many with views of the river below. There are a few level pull-through parking spaces for RVs. Accessible vault toilets and drinking water are provided.

Natural Features

The campground sits on a ridge overlooking the East Fork of the San Juan River. Some sites have views of …
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Location info

Usfs 667, Pagosa Springs, CO

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Biking

Pine Point Campground, CO

Overview

Pine Point Campground is situated next to Vallecito Reservoir in southwestern Colorado. Visitors enjoy the area for its beautiful scenery and wide range of recreational activities, including boating, fishing and hiking.

Recreation

Vallecito Reservoir is a very popular fishing lake, with anglers casting for German brown trout, cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, kokanee salmon and northern pike. Boating, water skiing and canoeing are popular activities. A sheltered area for boats and an open play area are just south of the campground.

A variety of hiking and horseback riding trails are found in the area. The North Canyon Trail climbs through ponderosa pine and aspen forests. A short side trail leads to a scenic overlook of the lake. East Creek Trail …
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Forest Road 603, Bayfield, CO

Amenities

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

Blanco River Group Campground, CO

Overview

Blanco River Group Campground is located four miles off U.S. Highway 84, on Forest Road 656. It is about 15 miles southeast of Pagosa Springs, on the Blanco River. The campground is a convenient stopping point between the towns of Chama, N.M., and Pagosa Springs, Colo. Secluded and quiet, the campgound is an ideal place for family and friends to gather.

Recreation

The Blanco River can be accessed from the campground, offering good fishing. Anglers cast for stocked trout on the lightly fished waterway.

A volleyball court is located within the campground, but campers must bring their own net and ball.

Facilities

The campground offers one group site that is made up of several single campsites. They must be …
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Location info

Fr 656, Pagosa Springs, CO

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing

Hopewell Lake Campground, NM

Overview

Hopewell Lake Campground sits next to its scenic namesake lake between Tres Piedras and Tierra Amarilla in northern New Mexico. Visitors enjoy horseback riding, hiking, fishing and canoeing.

Recreation

The 14-acre lake is perfect for canoeing and is regularly stocked with rainbow and brook trout. The Contiental Divide National Scenic Trail goes through the campgound, and is popular with horseback riders and hikers.

Facilities

The campground has 31 camping sites. There is also a group day-use shelter and group overnight campsite, both available by reservation. Horse corrals and water troughs are available at two campsites. Vault toilets and drinking water are provided. First-come, first-served sites are available.

Natural Features

Hopewell Lake is a small, man-made lake, set high in …
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Location info

Unnamed Road, Tierra Amarilla, NM

Amenities

Camping, Fishing, Hunting

Palisades Horse Camp, CO

Overview

Palisades Horse Camp is located 30 miles north of Pagosa Springs, high in the San Juan National Forest. This beautiful area has excellent horseback riding and hiking trails and an abundance of wildlife.

Recreation

Hiking and horseback riding trails are the main attraction at Palisades. The Williams Creek Trail leads directly from the campground into the Weminuche Wilderness, crossing the Continental Divide.

Facilities

This equestrian campground offers single- and double-family campsites to campers with horses. Corrals with feeding bins are provided. The corrals are divided into two sections with room for two to three horses on each side, depending on horse temperaments. Hitching racks are set up throughout the campground and a water tank is on-site.

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Location info

Forest Road 640, Pagosa Springs, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing

Vallecito Campground, CO

Overview

Vallecito Campground is a very popular site and one of the largest within the San Juan National Forest. It sits on Vallecito Creek, adjacent to the Weminuche Wilderness. Visitors enjoy the area for its trail and fishing opportunities, which are part of a very scenic, natural setting.

Recreation

Vallecito Creek offers fishing for rainbow, cutthroat and brook trout. Anglers must use artificial flies and lures due to the creek's location within the wilderness area.

The Vallecito Creek Trail begins at the campground entrance. This popular trail is open to hiking and horseback riding only and is a main access point to the Weminuche Wilderness.

Parking is available at the trailhead. Hitching racks and a horse staging area with a …
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Location info

Vallecito Creek Trail, Bayfield, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Horseback riding, Water sports

Lower Piedra Campground, CO

The Lower Piedra Campground is just north of U.S. Highway 160 on the west side of the Piedra River, about 18 miles east of Bayfield and 25 miles west of Pagosa Springs. It is about a half mile up Forest Rd. 621 on the west side of the river (not to be confused with the First Fork Road [Forest Rd. 622] on the east side of the river). The campground offers 17 large, level sites with plenty of shade. Fishing opportunities are available.

NOTICE: Dispersed camping is not allowed within 100 yards of either side of Forest Road 621 leading to the Lower Piedra Campground (from the cattle guard to the camp-ground boundary).

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Location info

USFS-621, Bayfield, CO

Amenities

Camping, Picnicking

Teal Campground, CO

Teal Campground is a mile north of Williams Creek Campground along Forest Rd. 640, overlooking Williams Creek Reservoir. Its 16 sites have views of surrounding peaks. There is some shade, but much of the area is open and grassy. Only a few sites are suitable for larger RVs. Teal is popular, so plan to arrive early on busy summer weekends and holidays.

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USFS-723, Pagosa Springs, CO

Amenities

Camping, Picnicking

Location info

Unnamed Road, Blanco, NM

Amenities

Camping, Horseback riding, Picnicking

Williams Creek Campground, CO

Overview

This popular campground, 23 miles north of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, offers both shaded and sunny campsites with some located creek-side. Visitors enjoy the area for its fishing, all-terrain vehicle (ATV) riding, and scenic opportunities.

Recreation

The campground is one mile from Williams Reservoir, a popular fishing and kayaking spot. There are several ATV and hiking trails approximately one to five miles beyond the campground.

Facilities

The campground offers many single family sites, some with water and sewer hookups and many with views of the surrounding mountains. There are two double sites and one triple site, suitable for larger family gatherings. There are a few level pull-through and back-in sites appropriate for larger RVs. Vault toilets and drinking water are …
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Location info

Forest Road 640, Pagosa Springs, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Biking

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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San Juan/Bridge Campground, CO

Nestled in the heart of the San Juan National Forest, San Juan/Bridge Campground is a rustic campground. The RV campground sprawls across an open space that’s on occasion shared with cattle. Adventurers have found enormous cows idly grazing on the grass outside their RVs. There are 19 sites allocated to RVs in the sprawling space of San Juan/Bridge Campground, although a couple is situated close to the treeline, which can be a welcome relief on a hot summer day. The nearby stream flows year-round, though, after the spring snowmelt, the water can run high and fast, making fishing a challenge.

RV campers seeking solitude, quiet, and beautiful scenery will find it at the San Juan/Bridge Campground. High, weathered cliffs rise …

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Rio Chama RV Park, NM

Durango. While outsiders have heard of it, many Americans have seen it in films like Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, and Bite the Bullet. The town was once a stop on the Denver and Rio Grande Railroad, which had a spur line running between Durango and Alamosa, Colorado. Today that heritage lives on through the Combres and Toltec Scenic Railway, one of Chama’s most popular attractions.

However, most of the visitors coming to Chama are there to enjoy nature and avoid the big crowds …

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