Like others said, the dirt road may be a challenge for some, we used 4WD and took it slow and no issues.
We parked by the 2 lone pine trees, very exposed to the wind. We would get big gusts during the day and at night, coming from the Northwest....
You can probably tell by the number of reviews on this site, this place was crowded.
We were still able to find a spot, away from others, but took a while. The main area where the coordinates send you was fully packed. We kept driving on the main...
We wanted to explore Salida after the many recommendations (we are touring Colorado).
The main dirt road off the highway is very well maintained and wide (this is where the buses are). But then at 1/4 mile you make a right turn, into a smaller...
We stayed here for 3 nights. Very quiet and very few people here on 4th of July weekend.
Close to Durango, we did the drive every day.
Apple maps wanted me to go in through Bayfield, I looked at the gps, and the dirt road and cattle guard are...
We were heading to Crescent Butte but decided to cut our drive short and stayed here. There are a couple dirty roads that keep going deeper but not suitable for a trailer, mostly if it’s raining. This whole area has a pretty good slope so if it...
Totally awesome spot.
We got here while the monsoon rain was falling hard. We waited and then backed into our site. 2 other campers already on site, so we took the most out of level site, but we were very close to the creek and we had our...
After 3 days of bokndocking, we needed sewer and water. They would charge us $20 to dump and refill, so we decided to stay one night. Too expensive for us though. By the time you add tax and all it’s almost $60 a night!!!
Almost full. But we got...
Just totally amazing!
Not a lot of options to RV around Telluride, we found this place and drove daily to telluride.
Quite a few cars go by all day to do 4x4 on the upper part of Last Dollar Road, but not bad.
Lots of Mountain View’s and you...
473 days ago
The only bad thing is that there are some full timers on the street side, but don’t let that turn you away. The bottom street is much more quiet (that’s where all the campers go and there are some short term tiny homes and GLAMPING tents).
We got a spot on the perimeter of the park, diagonal back in. Not very long. Hard to fit the truck perpendicular to the nose of the trailer, without sticking out into the street. Slides almost hit the pedestal, front steps almost hit the picnic...
"Very windy, but so worth it! Almost 360 views!"
"The most crowded boondocking area in Colorado!"
"Convenient but very little Verizon"
"Drive in from Hwy 160! Pic of map attached. "
"Easy access and next to the entrance of Black Canyon!"
"Looks like a magazine cover!"
"Not many options...pricey and crowded!"
"Best views we have ever parked at!"
"Amazing views and really nice park manager "
"Tight spots for bigger trailers and no sewer. "
"Close to Durango, nice views, a bit crowded. "
"Great Verizon and not crowded! "
"Very nice for our first time using the travel trailer."
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