This secluded 10-acre campground has 28 sites with both sun and shade. Most are suitable for large RVs. A few are adjacent to the West Fork of the San Juan River. Although this is a very scenic campground, it is lightly used.
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West Fork Hot Springs
You can fish in both Wolf Creek and the West Fork, but only skilled and patient fishermen may have much luck in these heavily fished streams.
The West Fork Trailhead (also known as the Rainbow Trail) leads into the Weminuche Wilderness a mile beyond the campground. The first portion of the trail passes through private property, so please stay on the trail and leave the gates as you find them.
Trailheads for the Windy Pass and Treasure Mountain Trails are just across Hwy. 160 from the West Fork Road turnoff.
Directions from Pagosa Springs, Colorado: Travel east on U.S. Hwy 160 for 13.5 miles, then turn northwest on Forest Development Road #684 for 1.5 miles to campground entrance.
Normal Services Available:
Mid-May through October
(NOTE: FEE, TRASH, WATER)