Camping Sites and Lodging near Dream Lake, Colorado
Colorado, the Rockies, camping and fishing. There is truly nothing better. The winter brings in some very cold weather, so the summer is really the only appropriate time for camping. When the snow melts, the tent campers begin to pull out their gear and line themselves along the Rocky Mountains for those crisp mornings, and crystal clear days. Colorado residents also enjoy hiking, fishing, whitewater boating, and mountain biking.
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Pagosa Hot Springs -
Terraced along the banks of the beautiful San Juan River in the heart of Pagosa Springs, Colorado, The Springs Resort offers 18 soaking pools of 'Naturally Hot Therapeutic Mineral Water' plus standard, deluxe, and grande hotel accommodations.
165 Hot Springs Blvd. - Pagosa Springs, Colorado - 81147 - 1-800-225-0934 - Map it
Ponderosa Campground & Cabins -
Beautiful combination of pine and cottonwood trees beside the Conejos River. RV sites. 3 NEW cabins with kitchen and bathroom sleeps up to 6, plus 3 additional housekeeping cabins have been recently remodeled and sleep up to 4.
18234 West Highway 17 - Antonito, Colorado - 81120 - 719-376-5857 - Map it
Lake Pueblo State Park -
Lake Pueblo State Park is one of the prime recreation destinations in Colorado, with a 4,646 surface acre reservoir and 401 campsites. Whether you want to boat, water-ski, sail, swim, fish, camp, hike, or just relax, Lake Pueblo has something for everyone. The park offers two full-service marinas, two boat ramps, prime fishing waters, camping with or without electrical hookups, a swim beach with a five-story water-slide, hundreds of picnic tables, and a Visitor's Center with a gift shop.
640 Pueblo Reservoir Road - Pueblo, Colorado - 81005 - 719-561-9320 - Map it