38 total RV sites, back ins, 12 pull thrus, full hookups, partial hookups, can accommodate RVs up to 70ft. Tent camping is allowed. Laundry, dump station, ice, picnic tables, city water, 6 tent sites, biking, and WiFi hotspots. Weekly and Monthly rates available.
RVs must be self contained until further notice. PA is valid for one night. Drive up accommodations only. Please call ahead to check availability. Must specify Passport America at time of check-in. Cash only. Not valid with any other discount. Pets on leash, please. *Plus tax. Rates are for two people, $4.00 for each additional guest.
Located 45 miles from Durango. From the south, when US 160/491 splits, bear right on US 160. Continue east through town on Main Street. Stay in left lane. La Mesa is on the left side of the street, just before highway 145. From Mesa Verde, drive west on US 160 to the first traffic light. Go through the light, get into the far right lane. La Mesa is about a block on the right.
Located within Cortez and the Canyon of the Ancients, 8 miles form entrance to Mesa Verde National Park. 45 miles from quaint Durango, home of Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway. Area attractions include Mesa Verde NP, Anasazi Heritage Center, Crow Canyon Archeological Center, Hovenweep Nat'l Monument, Lowry Pueblo Ruins, Ute Mountain Tribal Park, Ute Mountain Casino, Four Corners Monument, Canyonlands NP, Arches NP, Monument Valley, San Juan Skyway, Indian trading posts and native arts, local wineries. Fishing at the following: McPhee Reservoir, Groundhog Reservoir, Dolores River, Trout Lake, Narraguinnep, Joe Moore-Reservoir, Jackson Gulch Reservoir. Skiing at Telluride. Hiking, Backpacking, horseback riding, biking, golfing. Local shopping, includes Super Wal-Mart, Safeway, City Market and more. Many restaurants, banks and gas stations.
We spent two evenings at the LaMesa RV Park and thought it was a great park. The park had their utilities upgraded this summer. It has gravel, level sites and the park is clean. The location is near a Walmart, Safeway, and Walgreen's. This RV park is only 9 miles from the Mesa Verde National Park turn off and about 40 miles from the Four Corners monument. The turn off is right after the Conoco Station. The Passport Rate is for FHUs and Wi-Fi (antennae picks up local TV channels) and the savings for these two nights paid for our year membership. We would stay here again.
Sherri was very helpful, knowledgeable about what to see, and polite. The campground is clean, next to the busiest road in Cortez, but surprisingly quiet. Bathrooms, showers, laundry are clean, but pretty tight, and old; bring a towel. Mesa Verde, and Canyon of the Ancients are close by; the museum at Ancients is among the best.