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Alamosa KOA

6900 Juniper Lane
719-589-9757


Reviews

Mike Snively

Rating:
Tuesday, May 15, 2018
A nice campground for us that was our 1/2 way stopping point from Cortez and Denver, especially when you're pulling a 34ft travel trailer.

Inner Peace

Rating:
Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2017
I fell in love with this Campground and can't wait until I go back. The staff was extremely friendly giving information of the events going on in and around town. The cabin that I stayed in was very well maintained and very clean. The restrooms were very well taken care of as well as the shower room. I will be definitely going back to this place to enjoy the scenery in the area.

Kaylah Kolasinski

Rating:
Friday, Aug. 18, 2017
Good enough for what we needed. I would stay here again if absolutely needed but I would not make this site a first pick or a destination. We had a tent site setup and I expressed to the KOA member that was completing our booking we appreciated a quiet spot. We got the end location at the far end of the site, perfect! Except when the family of four came in and set up right next to our site... bummer as there were over 10 other open spots available. They were a very beginner group as they shined flashlight at our tent, took random tree limbs from the surrounding area to burn, had loud unhappy children, and stayed up late with their campfire. The location has loud road noise, nothing they can do about it The location has major winds, nothing they can do about it - but be smart how you set up your tent. The bathrooms were fine, instant hot water was nice first thing in the AM, and always clean. Very small dog run, more like a pen.

Cynthia Haynes

Rating:
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Very nice, friendly staff, large pull through slots.

Dawn Worley

Rating:
Thursday, July 13, 2017
Good location to Great Sand Dunes National Park. Nice facilities, however we had a difficult time unloading/loading & riding our 2 motorcycles because the gravel was so loose and soft. The fire pits at each site are nice but extremely dangerous because they are holes in the ground with metal rings that are not painted neon or have grates. You can easily step into a 1.5 foot hole walking around your site. Some have stones circling. This is the only real issue that needs to be addressed quickly because of safety.

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