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Folding Trailer

Trailers you can tow with passenger vehicles or SUVs. A great way to transform average cars into adventure cars.


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Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

Camper Van

The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.

Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

Truck Camper

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Discover Morefield Campground

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 Cortez, which is about 15 miles to the west, while the larger city 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 was destroyed in a forest fire several years ago. This area is still comprised of a good bit of scrub brush, that is common to this part of the state. Camping with an RV near here will make it easy to reach any of the local attractions you may be interested in.

Numerous campsites are available here that can accommodate a wide variety of RV sizes. As it is found on the grounds of a national park, there are quite a few amenities available for guests. These include flush toilets, showers, and a full-service restaurant, during the busier months. A camp store and gift shop are also offered. This area is known for being a great place to spot local wildlife, such as turkeys and deer. It is also a fine place for stargazing, as there isn't a lot of light pollution in this lower populated part of the country. It shouldn't be any trouble to locate the services you need when you stay at this family-friendly campground in southwestern Colorado.

The Great Outdoors

The park that contains Morefield Campground is situated on top of a large, tabletop mesa that rises high above the local countryside. Visitors should be aware that due to the wildfire several years ago, there is very little shade to be found here during the hot summer months. The park is best known for its cliff dwellings that were built by Pueblo tribes thousands of years ago. They were literally hewn from the solid rock of the cliffs on the mesa. Some have been restored and can be toured.

In addition to the cliff dwellings, visitors can also take a scenic drive along the top of the mesa rim. This offers expansive, 360-degree views of the region, including three separate states. There are many spots to enjoy a picnic lunch, and turnouts for pictures, along its length. Even an old observatory is at the very end of the road. While it is now closed, the chipmunks that frequent it are known to be quite friendly.

The San Juan National Forest is also located near Morefield Campground. Outdoor activities can be enjoyed here throughout the year. These include hiking, mountain biking, and scenic drives in the summer, while winter sports, such as cross-country skiing, are popular when the snowfalls. There are all sorts of fun things to do when RV camping at Morefield Campground.

Exploring the Area

Book an RV in Montezuma County, and you will find yourself surrounded by so many things to see. The Jersey Jim Fire Lookout Tower is found near Mancos, which is another small town that is near Morefield Campground. This former fire tower is open for touring and provides panoramic views of the nearby mountains. The tower can actually be rented as a rustic place to sleep for a couple of nights. Camping with an RV at this campground will put you within easy reach of several unique destinations.

Canyon of the Ancients National Monument is located near Cortez. This is also a historical area that is known for its artifacts. These include cliff dwellings and petroglyphs that were left behind by the ancient people who first conquered this wild land. There is also a museum, on-site, that highlights the history and cultures of these tribes from long ago.

There are several other locations near Cortez that left their mark on history. The McElmo Flume No. 6 was built in the early 1900s. It was used to move water from the nearby creek to help irrigate local farms. The Hovenweep National Monument is situated just over the border into Utah. It also features the ruins of a community built by the early tribes that first came to this area.

When you are looking for a scenic place, where you can relax, and where there are unique sites to see, consider a campsite at Morefield Campground. Go hiking through some ancient ruins, take a drive and view far-off mountains and learn about a people who have been lost to history. Check out a campervan rental in this part of the state and have easy access to a unique national park!

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds

  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Far View Sites Complex, COMesa Verde National Park, CO
  • Farming Terraces Trail, COMesa Verde National Park, CO
  • Spruce Canyon Trail, COMesa Verde National Park, CO
  • Mesa Top Loop Road, COMesa Verde National Park, CO
  • Spruce Tree House Trail [CLOSED], COMesa Verde National Park, CO
  • Petroglyph Point Trail, COMesa Verde National Park, CO
  • Soda Canyon Overlook Trail, COMesa Verde National Park, CO
  • Cliff Palace Loop Trail, COMesa Verde National Park, CO
  • Balcony House Loop Trail, COMesa Verde National Park, CO
  • Step House Trail, COMesa Verde National Park, CO

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