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TravelPod Member Reviews4J+1+1 RV Park Ouray
Being surrounded by mountains is the most awesome experience you can imagine. The campground sits along a swift moving small river and except for the the traffic on the main street 3 blocks away it is peaceful. Sites are small, but they are adequate and level. Everything is well maintained and there is lots of shade. Elevation here is about 8000 feet. Enjoy your stay.
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