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Blanco River Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
The campground is lightly used and located in a river-bottom area with Ponderosa trees. There are (reservation only) banquet-size tables along with volleyball net posts and horseshoe pits.
Bridge Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
The campground is in a mostly flat, open area along Williams Creek. Plenty of large sites offer views of the high peaks to the north.
Cimarrona Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
The campground is adjacent to Cimarrona Creek, with beautiful views of the meadow and reservoir to the south. The campground makes a good base camp and staging area for hikes into the Weminuche Wilderness.
East Fork Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
Ponderosa pine and Gambel oak provide ample shade on a ridge above the East Fork of the San Juan River. There is plenty of fishing here and along the East Fork, upstream from the campground.
First Fork Hunters Camp Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
This is a scenic area that is lightly used. Some areas are difficult to reach and there is no separate for horses.
Lower Piedra Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
The Lower Piedra Campground is located on the west bank of the Piedra River. The river is heavily fished, but good catches are still possible.
Navajo State Park Navajo State Park,
Colorado State Parks
This state park shares the waters of Navajo Reservoir with recreation sites in New Mexico. It lies 35 miles south of Pagosa Springs immediately east of Arboles.
Teal Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
Teal Campground is just a short walk from Williams Creek Reservoir which contains kokanee salmon and trout. The surrounding peaks offer great photo opportunities.
Ute Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
The campground is on a gentle, south-facing slope just off the highway. Ponderosa pines provide shade, but the area gets warm on sunny summer days.
West Fork Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
Although this is a very scenic campground, it is lightly used. 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.
Williams Creek Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
This facility has 67 sites and a good selection of sunny and shady spots, with a few right along the creek. Fishing located nearby.
Wolf Creek Campground Pagosa Ranger District,
San Juan National Forest
Both areas are mostly level and densely forested, and accommodate long RVs, with some pull-throughs. Two ponds are located directly behind the campground but apparently do not have fish.
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