Blue Spruce Rv Park & Cabins

Address: 1875 County Road 500, Vallecito Lake, Colorado, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 1875 County Road 500, Vallecito Lake, is near Dalton Ranch Golf Club and Hesperus Ski Resort.
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    Travel Blogs from Vallecito Lake

    Tall Pines, green lush mountains

    A travel blog entry by jklezok on Jun 02, 2015

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... I heard as we were checking in that if you want to fish you need both a Colorado and a New Mexico fishing license. They get you on that one, don’t they. Also in Colorado State Parks you have to pay for a separate park pass. We took the annual one for $70.00 since we are going to be in Colorado for a month. This is above and beyond the camping fees.

    We set up and make the coffee. We take a walk around and check out the bathrooms and ...

    Old Friends

    A travel blog entry by team-elephant on Nov 02, 2014

    3 comments, 28 photos

    ... around the outskirts of Kansas City, Kansas and on to Leavenworth by mid afternoon on Sunday.

    We had met Russ and Sue and their two daughters Melissa and Amanda more than 20 years ago when Russ and I worked for the United Nations and were both serving in the Syrian capital Damascus. Damascus claims to be the oldest continuously inhabited city in the world (a claim disputed by the city of Aleppo to be fair) and was then a wonderful place to live and work. The fact ...

    Durango to Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad Trip

    A travel blog entry by janet306 on Aug 05, 2014

    15 photos

    ... woodwork and wallpaper. The attendant for this car brought us coffee and cinnamon buns and, later on, drinks from the bar. The engine for the train was an original steam engine, also refurbished, which used actual coal. The coal was shoveled into the fire box by a wiry, young man and we made two stops along the route to pick up water for steam. The steam train is also used by hikers, rafting companies, zip line companies, and horseback riding companies to bring out customers. ...

    Day 8 - Durango - Alamosa

    A travel blog entry by siouxzq on Aug 01, 2014

    5 photos

    ... gondola. A bit like Puffing Billy. We left Durango at 8am and arrived at Silverton at 11:30am. We came back to Durango via bus, which was great. The bus driver gave us a running commentary of some of the history of the area. Once back in Durango we started out for Alamosa, a little town 3hrs out of Durango, along the way to Colorado Springs. Arrived at Alamosa at 5:30pm and checked into our hotel The Grizzly Inn.we were not sure what to expect for ...

    One, two, three... spot the twat

    A travel blog entry by alicebeetle on May 11, 2014

    46 photos

    ... Valley, and after that we would be on our own.

    The scenery leading up to Monument Valley was superb. Majestic. Extraordinary.
    Monument Valley even more so.

    We bounced down the track with R&G in their 4x4, which might have given us even better views, but it didn't, so they went off and left us to potter on at our own pace,

    The scenery continue to enthral, as over each hilltop it changed, the colours always captivating ...