We just spent two nights at the United Campground in Durango, CO. This was not a good experience.
The sewer hookup in my site was about a foot below ground level in a small concrete "meter box" type of thing.
It was absolutely impossible to have an airtight fitting, which is required by law. I went to the office and talked to the owner's wife about this situation. She informed me I could go to Walmart in town and buy whatever I thought I needed. I told her I just paid $42.00 per night for full hookups and did not feel I should have to purchase any hardware to make her park useable. Then she told me I was welcome to go to the dump station. Again I told her I paid good money for full hookups and that includes a sewer at my site.
With an attitude like that from the owner, I would NEVER go to that park again.
Also, I called the county health department and informed them that this park was not in compliance with the requirements for airtight sewer fittings.
Also, the swimming pool looked like a frog pond and did not appear to be useable.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railway passes right through this campground. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- United Campground Hotel Durango