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Old 07-25-2017, 06:05 PM   #29
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Can we get in there with a big rig?


We were in Cortez, CO in late March '16. Camping in Mesa Verde wasn't to be opened until April, so we base camped in a nice older park in Cortez. Would certainly stay there again under the same circumstances.

http://sundancervpark.com/

They were just starting to open up MVNP for camping. We drove around in our Jeep where we could. It looked like our 37' DP could fit in some of the places. The access roads looked pretty tight and the sites didn't look exactly level. I might give it a go sometime. We much prefer to camp within the borders of the State and National Parks when possible.

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After coming down Wolf Creek Pass on the Pagosa Springs side, I took this photo from a turnout looking up the grade.
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Our 40' motorhome fit in Mesa Verde's dry campground. They also have some with hookups.


We've driven Wolf Creek Pass in both directions with no issues. Of course, we enjoy mountain driving.


Plan a stop in Pagosa Springs for an awesome morning of soaking in the immaculate pools of various temperatures. It overlooks the river and is so relaxing.
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Our 40' motorhome fit in Mesa Verde's dry campground. They also have some with hookups.


We've driven Wolf Creek Pass in both directions with no issues. Of course, we enjoy mountain driving.


Plan a stop in Pagosa Springs for an awesome morning of soaking in the immaculate pools of various temperatures. It overlooks the river and is so relaxing.
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I just crossed from Durango to Del Norte and it's not an issue just watch the speed. By the way really nice CG here right on the Rio Grande, Woods & River. New owner last year and 36? new sights in some nice old trees.
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Last fall we did Mesa Verde, Pagosa Springs, Wolfe Pass & absolutely loved that trip. It was our second outing in our gas 32 ft. MH & toad. Slow & steady, low gear, hardly needed any braking & we had the best time. Really enjoyed
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