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Nice places to stay for a night. Several places to park but the road seems to get rougher as you go. Each spot can easily fit multiple campers or vehicles. Flags in rock pits stating no fires at this time but other campers were having them. Arrived around 3pm on Friday and only saw 2 other campers.
This is a large campground in the National Park boundaries. It has camper, RV and tent camp sites as well as 17 group sites. There is a small store and a shower. Each site has a picnic table. You can also get tickets to the Parks attractions, but do this as soon as you get there as reservations can be a day or two out.
Great campground! One interesting thing, the entire campground is gravel. The road, the sites, everything, there is no grass which was a little weird at first. However, this campground is really well maintained and a great place to stop if visiting Mesa Verde National Park. The KOA has a short trail that connects to the county dog park which was a HUGE bonus for us as we were traveling with an energetic puppy. The KOA overlooks mountains on all sides and the sunrises and sunsets were gorgeous. I was TERRIFIED of seeing snakes while there, and happy to report we saw none.
We've stayed here twice now. Once in a huge 36 ft toy hauler and now in our 26 ft Class C RV. It's a long dirt road that has a few big bumps, but if you're going slow it's passable in almost any vehicle. There are 13 official camping spots with plenty of room to accommodate a big rig. However, it's important to send a tow car down there to scout there is very little room to turn around at the end if all spots are full! Super quiet with beautiful views overlooking the Mesa. About a 5 to 7 minute drive to the visitor center.
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We camped here in mid October as a stopover between Sedona, AZ and Telluride, CO. The place was very full and several people who arrived after us (5:00pm) did not get a spot. Loop A is quieter as it’s farthest from the bridge/highway above Loop B. Loop A was 100% tents when we were there. Loop B was mostly RV, but we did see a couple of tents there too. Vault toilet was clean. Coming from the red rocks of the Sedona area….arrived to peak fall colors with the golden trees ablaze. It was fantastic. 80 degrees day/40 degrees night. It’s a cool location that really does feel like an oasis with the trees and water.
We were on our way to up Silverton but couldn't make it before dark so we found Westerly. Bonus points in that the hosts were extremely friendly and accommodating for us; we needed to extend our stay a couple hours because of virtual schooling on the road. They allowed us to stay until the "regular" for our spot #5 showed up, but they ended up canceling anyway. We were at the edge of the campground backed up to a stream which was nice and provided some nature sounds. However, the grounds sat very close to the highway and also the road behind up to the springs. There was frequent noise from annoying drivers. Not the campgrounds fault, but definitely impacted the experience a bit.
The spots inside the circle drive seemed much more packed in than the spots on the outside. One thing to note, at least at our site, was that the water/electric were shared with the neighbor, and the site on our front side was the same. This resulted in a nice front-side experience for us as we weren't looking at (or smelling) the rig next to us.
These dispersed campsites were recommended to us and they did not disappoint! Secluded dry camping spots with great views of the monuments.