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Cawthon Park

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1701 Santa Fe Trail , Trinidad, CO 81082 United States
  • Latitude: 37.155320
  • Longitude: -104.512097
  • Phone: (719) 846-3303
  • Fax: (719) 846-0835

Amenities
  • Restrooms
  • PullThrus
  • PetsWelcome
  • CreditCards
  • Showers
  • FullHookups
  • LaundryFacilities
  • 30AmpService
  • 50AmpService
  • DumpStation
  • CableTV
  • WiFiAccess
Highlights
41 total RV sites, can accommodate RV’s up to 35ft, 30/50 amp, pull thrus, full hookups, dump station, Cable TV, Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, laundry, and Cabins/Motel rentals. Spectacular views of Fishers Peak and the Sangre De Cristo Mountain Range.
Important Campground Notes
Open year round! PA discount applies to daily rate only and is given on a space availability basis. Reservations and drive-ups welcome. Please call ahead to check availability. PA cannot be combined with another discount or special offer. Credit cards accepted. Pets welcome in RV Park only. No aggressive animals allowed. *Rates are for up to six people.
Directions
Located in the foothills of the Rockies on the old Historic Santa Fe Trail. From I-25 heading north: Take Exit 11. Turn right towards Santa Fe Trail (second left). Go past the Holiday Inn for a mile and a 1/3. Entrance is on the left. From I-25 heading south: Take Exit 13. Turn onto Main St. and turn right at the stop sign (Sonic on your right). Continue up the hill about a mile and entrance is on the right.

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Trinidad is a cozy community in the hills. This campground is quite crowded with a mix of older park models and RVs. All utilities worked good. Site was gravel and fairly level - but absolutely no room left after our rig & tow vehicle. It appeared that most people lived here. It was surprisingly quiet at night with all the people and dogs. We had planned to stay longer but it was too crowded for our taste. Roads were ok for our 21' travel trailer, but big rigs would probably have problems navigating the turns. Management was very nice.

Cathy Puccia
11/11/2018
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