Overall the park has many beautiful long spacious sites. We weren't in one. We picked one of the regular pull through sites over the internet and that was where we went wrong. The fellow that owns or manages the park was very nice and led us to site 19 which was in a row of campers that were very close together. Waaaay too close. Every other site could be removed. Other than that the hook ups were fine. We are hoping to return and next time we will pay more and pick a better location in the park.
The spaces here were so large and the bathrooms were super clean! The views were definitely awesome. We had a great experience here and wish we could have stayed longer than 2 nights. We used this campground as a base to explore Mesa Verde and ride Phil's World.
We stayed at The Views for a month and really enjoyed our stay. Our site was large, neighbors were probably 25-30ft away on both sides (premium site). Cell reception was great so our wifi hotspot router had no issues with video calls and netflix worked great. Matt and his wife put a lot of effort into keeping the park clean and making sure the guests have a great stay, you can feel that in the everyday operations. Bathrooms were spotless all the time and the location is great if you want to be centrally located between Durango and Telluride. It's a 10 min ride to Dolores and about 15-20 to Cortez. The reservoirs are less than a 5 min drive from the park, one is literally across the street. Great park and I would highly recommend it to other travelers!
This is the best RV park we've experienced in a decade of travelling in the West. Immaculately clean facilities, good mature trees for shade and privacy, inspiring owners with real vision of how to use this remarkable piece of land. Stayed 3 times as long as we intended.
We stayed in glamping tent g2, you really can't say a negative thing about it. The tent was great very comfortable with fridge, Keurig, microwave and fan. The tent has a deck with an amazing view of Mesa Verde and Ute Tribal Land. You will not be disappointed in this accommodation. The rest of the views is best described as spotless the bathrooms are updated and very clean, paths are raked etc... It is obvious that Matt and Wendy have taken care of every detail. I only wish I had been able to stay two nights as I planned but Southwest airlines had other plans for me. I am already thinking about coming back next year to explore the area more.
Excellent. That's the word I would use. Lots of room on every site. Great views and well maintained bathrooms and park. It was a pleasure to stay here for 1 week. Highly recommend. Everyone at the park was friendly and accommodating. Wish we lived closer, this would be my go to place.
We were surprised to find this beautiful, clean, organized camp ground in Delores. The owners and camp ground hosts were helpful and friendly. The showers, restrooms and laundry were clean and very well maintained. We stayed here after almost four weeks of travel through New Mexico, Arizona and the Four Corners. It was a treat! There is a nice walking trail and a pavilion area, well kept, with gas grills for guest Use (if you don’t want to get yours dirty—as Matt told us 😉). It was the perfect location for us to explore Hovenweep area, McPhee Resevoir and the Galloping Goose Railroad Museum in Delores. Also took the owner’s advice for a Mexican restaurant in town, which was quite authentic and delicious food and margaritas!
Beautiful views! Plus the cleanest rv park I've ever visited! The gravel gets raked every night! The bathrooms and laundry are spic and span. Beautiful touches everywhere you look. Camp sites have plenty of privacy.
No doubt about it, this is the nicest campground we’ve ever stayed at! The bathrooms and showers are updated and nicer than some hotel rooms! Thank you, Matt for the wonderful stay! The Views offers complimentary WiFi, hot showers, flush toilets, dish washing station, pavilion to hangout with grills, horse shoe, laundry, and a beautiful sunset view!
This is the kind of swanky campground I see in Sunset Magazine but have never stumbled upon. Its more money than state parks, but the owners are very helpful, the vibe is awesome, the views are super, and given the quality internet and the electric hookups, I can work in a beautiful location. I'll be back. I wish there was a network of campgrounds like this one. Oh, and they rent stand up paddleboards for use at the reservoir across the street. Very chill. 10-15 minutes from Cortez and Mancos with several good restaurants.