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On the western side of Wolf Creek Pass, you'll find this beautiful rustic campground tucked in the valley with views of the mountains. Nothing fancy, but nice, varied RV sites (many are taken by seasonal campers) and wonderful tent sites. Good location about 20 minutes...More
If you enjoy being in nature while out in your RV, Bruce Spruce is the campground for you while in the Pagosa Springs area. It's at the foot of the western side of the Continental Divide at Wolf Creek Pass. RV sites are varied and...More
This place is an absolute gem. A beautiful, calm, relaxing, comfortable, safe and heavenly place! I loved it.
It was hands down my favorite location of a 3 week Colorado and Utah road trip. We stayed for 2 nights and tent camped. The scenery is...More
just outside of pagosa springs this is a great little campground tucked away in the woods. The people are super friendly and the campground well maintained. I would recomened to anyone traveling through here.
Rustic...yes. A Step back in time. All good descriptions. We have had a cousins reunion there...and all of those many relatives loved it. There are many nice hiking trails...and a great one to a waterfall within walking distance of the campground. Take a short drive...More
The historic guest ranch offers fifteen rustic, summer and fall log rental cabins and one large, modern log cabin which rents year-round. Cabins range in size from one double to five double beds. The rustic summer …Morecabins have the old pot bellied wood stoves for heat. They have a basic furnished kitchen with pots, pans, dishes, plates, silverware, refrigerator, freezer and gas oven with 4 burners. They have a toilet in them and we have a central shower facility with hot water. The large modern cabin has a gas log fire place! Think of this as your sanctuary, a little spot of peaceful life that you can return to year after year. Isn’t it time you “got away from it all?” Less
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Did you read the post above? There is a toilet in the shower (yes...hot) facility for campers who pay to stay. There are cabins, an area for tents, pop up campers, and all flavors of Class A, C, pull behinds and fifth... More
Did you read the post above? There is a toilet in the shower (yes...hot) facility for campers who pay to stay. There are cabins, an area for tents, pop up campers, and all flavors of Class A, C, pull behinds and fifth wheels. I am not sure this is a timely answer or I understand your "question".
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"Look at their website. It is very informative...and gives you very good pictures of their cabins. It is..."