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A great campground in a fabulous setting! Lovely owners who couldn’t have gone further our of their way to be accommodating. The spaces were larger than most campgrounds we stayed at on our journey. We stayed 2 nights and would have stayed longer had we...More
The camp spot was adequate and there were trees. The restrooms were dated but clean and working. Even though we were told we are parking by the creek it had been dried up from about the time we reserved but they did not tell us....More
Date of stay: September 2018
Response from Marti L, Owner at Lightner Creek CampgroundResponded October 4, 2018
Thank you for your input Julie. We will strive to better serve our guests.
We picked this campground, because we were looking for shade and closer to Durango than the place we stayed in Bayfield. We are ecstatic that we found this place! The new owner, as of December 2107, takes great pride in her campground. She is working...More
We visited Lightner Creek for 4 days. Absolutely , loved it . Quiet and tucked away in a box canyon and close to Durango. Park was clean and well kept. Dog friendly. My puppy was sad to leave all the new friends she made. Owners...More
Lightner Creek Campground is a serene, wooded paradise near the end of a county road five miles west of thriving Durango, Colorado. It is lovely and carefully maintained and offers some paved sites with small grassy separations and other sites that are gravel. Almost every...More
Response from Bailey L | Property representative |
Hi, yes, unfortunately all of the southwest Colorado is in a drought. But this is a great time of the year to see the leaves change! We are in a beautiful box that is forrested, and we are right next to the perins peak... More
Hi, yes, unfortunately all of the southwest Colorado is in a drought. But this is a great time of the year to see the leaves change! We are in a beautiful box that is forrested, and we are right next to the perins peak wildness and near to the San Juan Forrest.
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