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Hiking, fishing, biking, bird watching, and many more outdoor activities are just outside your "door" when you are camping at any of the numerous campsites around the San Luis Valley. Camping opportunities abound in the San Luis Valley, ranging from primitive to full hookup, commercial campgrounds. Choose from local gems like the Rio Grande National Forest, the Great Sand Dunes National Park, the San Luis Lakes State Park, or choose from one of the several commercial campground sites around Alamosa.

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Full hook-ups, dump station, open year round, showers, go cart course, pets welcome. Now with WI-FI and weekly/monthly rates!

6900 Juniper Ln Alamosa, CO 81101 800-562-9157 www.alamosakoa.com RV and tent sites, grills and fire rings, cabins, full hookup, wi-fi, recreation hall, laundry, meeting ...
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Sites for tents, RVs, groups up to 90 people, full hookup, LP gas, dump station, showers, rec room, café, gift store, groceries, gasoline, pets welcome. At entrance to Gr ...
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Pinyon Flats Campground at the Great Sand Dunes is a great place to camp.  88 individual sites located along two loops.  Restrooms have sinks, flush toilets and ...
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The lakes, wetlands, and low dunes offer many opportunities for hiking, biking, fishing, hunting, camping, wildlife viewing, or just picnicking.  Winter offers cross ...
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Upcoming Events

  • Fri, Jan 30 Come check out the Alamosa Ice Festival 2015 for some seriously cool fun! Professional ice sculptors come from all over to show off their ice carving talents,just don't...

  • Sat, Feb 14 Entrance fees at all national park areas will be waived several times in 2015

  • Fri, Mar 13 See thousands of sandhill cranes migrate to the San Luis Valley for their annual "Spring Break" of sorts. Bus tours will be taken with wildlife experts out to...

  • Sat, Apr 18 America's Best Idea — the national parks — is even better when it's free! Mark your calendar for these entrance fee-free* dates in 2015:

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