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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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These dispersed campsites were recommended to us and they did not disappoint! Secluded dry camping spots with great views of the monuments.
Nice dirt road, about 15 or so "sites" which are just pull-outs and the occasional fire-ring. A few signs here and there forbidding parking probably to keep erosion down and let the scrubby desert do its thing. The only downside was that you can hear the highway fairly clearly while you sleep. All in all - a chill spot to pull off for the night.
Currently on day 3 of our 5 day stay. From out east, rented an RV for a month, and have landed at The Views. This place is worth every star. It’s quiet. Camp sites are well maintained. Trees everywhere for shade and privacy. The views looking out over the valley could be a hundred miles into the horizon. The Milky Way is so clear it looks like a cloud. There are new, immaculate bathrooms and showers I’m not afraid to use because they’re spotless. Laundry room is a bonus. My favorite part is a perfect single track trail that circumnavigates what seems like 20 acres of untouched land. It smells like piñon, sage and juniper. The camp host is a really nice guy. There are a lot of little details everywhere that show that someone thinks this is a really special place - and it is.
Great camping spot! Super close to Mesa Verde National Park! And it's freeeee! The road to get the the sites is rutted out so you do need some clearance! We have a subaru impreza and it was fine! No amentinites.. Spots are numbered. We stayed in 4!