Sportsman’s Campground & Mountain Cabins In Pagosa Springs, Colorado…

COVID-19 UPDATE: We are open for the season. Camping can be a great way to socially distance yourself however please follow all current recommendations.  To best protect our employees, guests, the general public and do our best to slow the spread of COVID-19 we will be taking the following precautions:

If you or anyone in your group is sick or may have been exposed to any sickness to please stay home and DO NOT travel. We will be flexible with our cancellation policy and you will not be charged a cancellation fee.

* Please purchase supplies, groceries, etc. at your local store before traveling.

* A mask is required to be worn in our store/office & the lodge. A mask is required when in public places including stores and restaurants in Pagosa Springs.

*Bring sanitizer & sanitize your hands frequently and before & after entering our store/office and the lodge.

*At this time we plan on limiting access to our lodge. The showers, bathrooms & cooking facility will still be available.

*The pool table, foos ball table, board games and video games WILL NOT be available until further notice.

*The number of customers in the store will be limited to one family at a time.

*We will take extra care to sanitize our bathrooms and frequently touched objects (doorknobs, light switches, TV remotes, etc.) and spend extra time cleaning and sanitizing our cabins.

*Please respect social distance recommendations & stay at least 6 feet from campers not in your group

 

Welcome to the heart of the San Juan Mountains.
Call 970-731-2300 or Email us at jonreed@sportsmanscampground.com
for Reservations or Questions.

Experience the majestic San Juan Mountains at our quiet, family and pet friendly (Pet Policy) RV/tent campground and mountain cabins. Enjoy the cool, refreshing mountain air at an elevation of 8,100 ft. We’re 18 scenic miles from the highway just off Piedra road (Forest Service road #631), 20 miles Northwest of Pagosa Springs in Southwest Colorado. The road is 6.5 miles of pavement & 11.5 miles are gravel that is generally well maintained. As with any gravel road it can get muddy with rain and develop wash board at times so please be prepared to drive slowly & enjoy the view.  Leave the crowds behind and relax with family & friends at our ecologically friendly campground, fish for trout on nearby waters, take a scenic & refreshing hike into the San Juan Mountains, check out beautiful Piedra Falls, take a guided horseback ride to Ice Cave Ridge or the Weminuche Wilderness with on site outfitter Crazy Horse Outfitter & Guides, or just relax under one of our beautiful ponderosa pine trees!