RV Campgrounds near Wolf Creek Pass, Colorado

RV Campgrounds near Wolf Creek Pass, Colorado
Wolf Creek Pass, in the San Juan Mountains of Colorado along the Continental Divide, is popular with outdoor enthusiasts. There's skiing at Wolf Creek resort, hiking in the San Juan and Jemez Mountains and fishing in mountain streams, including the San Juan, West Fork and South Fork rivers. Soaking in the natural hot springs in nearby Pagosa Springs and guided horseback riding excursions are also well-known activities.

Hide-A-Way RV Park

The park, which is less than 20 miles from Wolf Creek Pass and Wolf Creek ski resort, is on 20 acres of pine forests and grasslands. The park has pull-thru sites to accommodate RVs up to 60 geet, with water and 30- or 50-amp electric. There are also smaller, back-in sites in an open, grassy area, which can accommodate RVs up to 40 feet. These have water and 30-amp service. There's a bathhouse, picnic areas and a laundry. Equestrians are welcome to bring their own horses. Hiking in the San Juan National Forest and skiing at Wolf Creek resort are nearby. There are also tent sites and cabin rentals available.


Hide-A-Way RV Park
8880 W. Highway 160
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
(866) 760-5328
hide-a-wayrvpark.com

Wolf Creek Run

Located on the San Juan River in Pagosa Springs, the park includes 27 sites with water, sewer and 50-amp electric. Sites also have level, concrete pads and cable TV hookups. Fifteen of the sites are on the river. The resort has a lodge with free Wi-Fi, deck overlooking the river, guest laundry, picnic areas, barbecue grills and a riverside fire pit. There's catch-and-release trout fishing on the river. The resort is less than 20 miles from Wolf Creek Pass and the Wolf Creek ski resort.

Wolf Creek Run
1742 E. Highway 160
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
(970) 264-0365
wolfcreekrun.net

West Fork Campground

The campground is on 10 acres in the San Juan National Forest, about 15 miles from Wolf Creek Pass. There are 28 sites that can accommodate RVs up to 35 feet. Selected sites are on the river. There are vault toilets, but no other amenities or services. Guests can fish in Wolf Creek and West Fork. Hiking trails, including the West Fork trail into Weminuche Wilderness, is about a mile from the campground. Windy Pass and Treasure Mountain trailheads are also nearby.

West Fork Campground
West Fork Road
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
(970) 264-2268
fs.fed.us/r2/sanjuan/

East Fork Campground

The rustic campground, nestled in stands of conifers and oaks, is in the San Juan National Forest, just outside Pagosa Springs. It's less than 25 miles from Wolf Creek Pass and the Wolf Creek ski resort. It sits at 7,600 feet elevation and has 25 sites, including 19 RV spots. There are limited facilities. RV sites do not have hookups and only two sites are pull-thru. There are no flush toilets or showers but there are two water spigots. The Pagosa Hot Springs are about 10 miles away.

East Fork Campground
East Fork Road off Highway 160
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
(970) 264-2268
fs.fed.us/r2/sanjuan/

Article Written By Pamela Wright

Pamela Wright is a freelance writer, author of more than two dozen guidebooks, and hundreds of articles. Her work has appeared in a variety of publications, including "National Geographic Traveler," "Family Circle," "Family Fun," "Backpacker," "Hemispheres," "Cooking Light," "Yankee" and more. An active member of the Society of American Travel Writers, she holds a Bachelor's from Michigan State University

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