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Our current office hours are 10am-6pm.

Dry camping ranges from May 1st-14th and October 10th -31st  If you plan to dry camp, please note that our site will only have electricity. Sites will not have access to water or amenities, including our bathhouse. We kindly ask that all dry campers arrive in self-sustaining vehicles. HTR Durango can fill water tanks upon arrival and guests can still utilize our convenient dump station on site.

RV SITES

For guests with stays shorter than 30 nights (“short-term guests”) (i) cancellations may be made for a full refund of your deposit, Less $20, up to the date that is 14 days or more prior to your scheduled check-in date, (ii) cancellations made after the date that is 13 days prior to your scheduled check-in date, but prior to arrival, will be subject to a cancellation fee equal to all required deposits previously paid, and (iii) no refunds will be given for any cancellation following your check-in date. All refunds will be made in the same form of payment used to secure the reservation. Holidays require a 14-day notice

VACATION RENTAL SITES

For guests with stays shorter than 30 nights (“short-term guests”) (i) cancellations may be made for a full refund of your deposit, Less $20, up to the date that is 14 days prior to your scheduled check-in date, (ii) cancellations made after the date that is 13 days prior to your scheduled check-in date, but prior to arrival, will be subject to a cancellation fee equal to all required deposits previously paid, and (iii) no refunds will be given for any cancellation following your check-in date. All refunds will be made in the same form of payment used to secure the reservation. Holidays require a 30-day notice

MONTHLY OR LONGER STAYS: For all guests with stays of 30 nights or longer, please see property agreement for Cancellations policy.

Please call our office at (970)-247-5406 to make changes to your existing reservation.

Guests may ride motorcycles and trikes on the property. Unfortunately, we do not allow ATVs or OHVs. The county has many trails to enjoy where all vehicles can travel.

We offer 10% discounts for Good Sam, AAA, First Responders, and Military members.

 

 

One piece of equipment per site is allowed. Small play tents and easy-ups are allowed at your RV site. Each site can accommodate up to 6 guests. If you are wanting to sleep in a tent or have more than 6 people, you will need to book a tent site in addition to your RV site.

We do not offer a monthly or weekly rate. Only nightly.

We offer 50 AMP Full Hook Up, 30 AMP Full Hook Up, Water and Electric, and Tent Sites. We also have Creekside Cabins, a Duplex Lodge, Rustic Cabins, and a Cozy Cabin (tiny home) available for your stay! Please note that early May and late October, full hook up sites are weather dependent, so prepare to be self-contained.

No Problem! Check in starts at 3 pm and our current office hours are 10 am-6 pm (or as posted). In the event you arrive and the office is closed for the day, there will be a welcome packet with your name on it on a clipboard next to the office door. Inside you will find your parking pass, a map of the campground with directions to your site, bathhouse codes, WIFI information, camp information, all that good stuff!

We permit one piece of equipment (rv or tent) and one vehicle per site. Any additional vehicles will be charged $5/night and need to be parked in the overflow parking lot. Any additional piece of equipment will also have an additional fee of $10/night.

We have just recently upgraded our Wi-Fi! There are multiple receivers throughout the campground to help provide better coverage & faster Internet speeds. The cellphone reception depends on your provider. T-Mobile seems to have the best signal, AT&T does well, and Verizon customers tend to need to be hooked onto the Wi-Fi and enable Wi-Fi calling.

Pets are welcome at the campground. You may have up to 2 pets in the park. Cabins have a pet fee of $50 per pet, per stay. Please leash your pet at all times when talking the park, and do not leave them tied up or unattended.

Yes! Just a half mile from camp is Perins Peak State Wildlife Area. There are plenty of trails to explore, including the Dry Fork Loop, a popular 12 mile stretch for hikers and mountain bikers alike that links up with the Colorado Trail. Twin Buttes Trail is just 1.5 miles from camp. Stop by the office to grab a trail map!

Lightner Creek runs through the camp and is a seasonal creek at the mercy of mother nature. Its flow depends on snow melt and seasonal rainfall. You might see a little brookie trout in the early part of the season, but you are better off catching a big one in the Animas River just 5 miles east of our campground! There are also many other great fishing holes nearby, including Lake Nighthorse, Lemon Reservoir, and Vallecito Lake. Be sure to also stop by Duranglers Fly Shop on Main Street to get a fishing license and the 411 on where the fish are biting!

HTR Durango Campground is located just 5 miles west (about a 10-minute drive) from the heart of downtown Durango! Nestled in a quiet box canyon, you can enjoy the feel of the wilderness with the added convenience of close proximity to town and area attractions. There are 3 transportation services that operate in Durango, as well as Uber and Lyft, to help you with any transportation to and from town.

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