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2015 KOA Directory

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Colorado 39 Visit koa.com 133 82 82 70 Glenwood Springs Carbondale Basalt Aspen El Jebel ® 160 160 285 160 285 17 ALAMOSA 3.5 mi. Juniper Ln. R i o G r a n d e ® 3 Carbondale/Crystal River Colorado's Rocky Mountain majesty surrounds campers in this lovely spot, spread along the banks of the Crystal River and at the foot of 12,965-foot Mount Sopris. Formerly known as BRB Crystal River Resort, it's now a KOA. Many sites nudge right along the half mile of riverfront, including roomy RV sites and fully equipped Cabins with kitchens, baths, linens and heat for those cozy winter nights after skiing. Groups can gather at the outdoor pavilion and the clubhouse complete with billiards, game tables and a TV/Wi-Fi lounge. This unique KOA lies between the resort areas of Aspen and Glenwood Springs. Many of Colorado's top attractions are nearby. You can even reach them by bike: A paved riverfront path winds past the campground for dozens of miles. Also enjoy hiking, hunting, whitewater rafting, horseback riding, jeep tours, golf and great fl y-fi shing. Visit brbcrystalriverresort.com for more info. RV/tent camping open May 1–Nov. 1. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 85 ft. From I-70, exit at Glenwood Springs. Travel Hwy 82 toward Aspen, 12 miles. Turn right on Hwy 133 at Carbondale. Travel 6.5 miles, turn left into campground. OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/carbondale RESERVATIONS 800-562-4785 • INFO 970-963-2341 7202 Highway 133, Carbondale, CO 81623 2 Buena Vista The view from your campsite at this KOA is buena indeed—a panorama of fi ve 14,000-foot-plus peaks frames this mountain valley. Tucked among rocks and shaded by piñon pines, the campground is a few miles southeast of the small resort town of Buena Vista and a mile from the Arkansas River. Hike or bike on public land adjacent on three sides of the KOA. Your hosts can arrange for a wide variety of other pursuits—such as rafting, fi shing, ATVing, jeeping and soaking in hot springs—or direct you to hiking trails, ghost towns and rockhounding sites. At KOA, play sand volleyball, basketball and horseshoes. Breakfast is served summer mornings in the Cook Shack. Enjoy this quiet and tranquil setting. Groups are welcome. Email: buenavista@koa.com. Max pull thru: 105 ft. Your hosts: Dom and Helen Burns. 2 miles south of Buena Vista: Turn east onto US 24/285, then go 1.3 miles. KOA is on the north side of the highway on CR 303. April 1 Ñ October 31 koa.com/camp/buena-vista RESERVATIONS 800-562-2672 • INFO 719-395-8318 27700 County Road 303, Buena Vista, CO 81211 1 Alamosa Nestled between the breathtaking San Juan and Sangre de Cristo Mountains at 7,550 feet, the San Luis Valley is your gateway to adventure. This KOA is near the golden ridges of the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, where you can hike dunes up to 750 feet tall. It's also at the base of Colorado's fourth tallest mountain, 14,345-foot Blanca Peak. The campground is just minutes from the scenic Cumbres Toltec steam train, Rio Grande Scenic Railroad and the cham- pionship Cattails Golf Course. You'll also fi nd museums, hot-spring pools, family fun at the alligator farm, spectacular trails and wildlife. Then come back to the campground to enjoy the various amenities and activities of ered at this KOA. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 100 ft. Your hosts: the Martin family. On Hwy 160: 3.5 miles east of Alamosa at mile marker 237 on the north side of Hwy 160. May 1 Ñ October 15 koa.com/camp/alamosa RESERVATIONS 800-562-9157 • INFO 719-589-9757 6900 Juniper Lane, Alamosa, CO 81101 285 285 24 24 BUENA VISTA Johnson Village To Salida To Denver To Colorado Springs CR 303 ® A r k a n s a s R i v e r

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