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“tent camping”(6 reviews)
“clean restrooms”(5 reviews)
“creekside cafe”(3 reviews)
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Reviewed 18 September 2017

This was my first time at a KOA and I love the concept. Tent camping requires so much work, isn't comfortable, and can be cold. Cabin camping is certainly more expensive, but you're much more likely to get some sleep. We were in a tent...More

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Reviewed 11 September 2017 via mobile

We've been coming to this campground since 1999. We always considered this the best campground in the area. However, this visit was very disappointing. The campground is run down, campsites have overgrown shrubbery. The landscape timbers are rotten and the picnic tables are also in...More

Thank Linda M
Reviewed 5 September 2017

My wife and I stayed at 4 KOAs during our last trip this month. KOA is our go-to as they are always reliable when it comes to what to expect. We tented it every night. They have two tent areas that are different in that...More

Thank minshullj
Reviewed 15 August 2017

I took a 4 day road trip from Meeker to Durango and planned on staying in national forest camp sites. On the 3rd day, I felt I needed a few more amenities. I pulled into the Ouray KOA and found a very helpful staff, super...More

Thank Catherine C
Reviewed 15 August 2017

Was road tripping through the southern Colorado and found this KOA for last minute tent camping. As a solo female traveler I felt entirely safe camping at this location alone. The two staff members who assisted at check in (evening of July 9th) were so...More

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"Back camping spots seem to have less auto and foot traffic."
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"Make sure you get a place on the babbling brook. It s so soothing."
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"Most KOA deluxe cabins have their own bathrooms"
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"Call for rates. I asked if there was a spot by the river, they also have water/electric tent sites. must ask..."
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