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Stayed 3 days back in March 2020. This is a well maintained no thrills RV park in the desert region of Colorado. Flat and level spaces that can accommodate any size RV. Large clean laundry facility and clean restroom and showers. Beautiful at night watching the stars but WINDY WINDY WINDY during the day. Good location to access dunes and south west park of Colorado. Did I say it was windy here!? It’s windy!
Great place in an awesome location! Stayed for 3 months beginning of 2020 and had a great time! The host is always checking to make sure your stay is everything g you need! Location allows access to some absolutely GORGEOUS places to explore in Colorado. The camp sites are a little snug but a few do have more room for privacy. Beautiful Rio Grande runs through the park and trees provide a very comfortable setting. Lots of wild life and stars are amazing at night
We camped here in June and had the place to ourselves. We snagged a spot right on the river and spent a couple of nights. While there isn't any serious hiking from the campground, just up the road was one of the best we've seen. Great views and gentle climb in a valley with great views.
The sites are typical of a Forest Service campground, spread out with plenty of room. This campground is best suited for campers under 30'. The road in was terrible washboards. Take your time.
We spent two night here and really enjoyed it. There is a nice hike right from the campground. The trail allows motorcycles but it doesn't appear they have been there much. We didn't see any. Usage would be light/medium I would say. The road in is good for all vehicles but I question the length recommended.
Our 5th wheel is a short one and there we only a couple of sites we could fit. I would think a 30' trailer would be about it. There were a couple of dispersed sites on the way in that could have taken a bigger unit. The road in is a one lane affair so a big rig would have an interesting time if they ran into some one going in the opposite direction.
Williams Creek is just about the perfect spot if all dispersed sites are full, or if you’re more comfortable with established campsites with toilets and hosts.
We stayed here during stage 1 fore restrictions so we could build a campfire.
Hosts were very friendly and kept the facilities immaculate. Firewood available for purchase from them.
The views here are incredible. Near 360 view of peaks and a crystal clear stream. Some premium sites are near the stream.
It’s about 40 minutes to Pagosa Springs due to washboard roads, but the drive itself is worth it.
We came here thinking it was a converted BLM land on the off season but were corrected by a knock on the door in the morning to inform us that we need a hunting or fishing permit to stay here.
We were misled by other online resources and just wanted to help others out!!
Absolutely beautiful, quiet and peaceful campground. My only complaint was the vault toilets had a very bad smell, but were very clean because they were cleaned daily. If I ever go back, I would stay at site #1 because it has a more secluded atmosphere because it is separated from the other sites and the trees and vegetation screen it from the other campsites.