Pagosa Springs,


  • bridgecampgroundYou will not find a more beautiful spot to camp than in the San Juan Mountains in SW Colorado.  Bridge Campground is situated at an elevation of around 8,000 feet.  The developed sites (no electric or water) all have access to Williams Creek waterfront.


      The campground is a bit deceptive as you drive in as it is difficult to see just how big the sites are and how much privacy most of the sites provide.

    The area has several of the NFS Campgrounds on the same road.  Bridge is the first on the road up to Williams Reservoir heading north.  The views are breathtaking.  There is plenty of wildlife - as a matter of fact, a few marmots have entertained campers for years as they scamper up and down the rocks on the other side of the creek.  In the spring, the trees take on an ornamented appearance as migrating birds show their full colors.  There are eagle, hawks, and osprey that live and hunt along the waterway.

    Many of the Bridge campers come to make use of the extensive trail system.  Hiking trails are well maintained and the easier ones are very popular.  You can connect up to the entire Continental Divide Trail which runs from Mexico to Canada.  There are ample routes available for off-road vehicles such as ATVs and dirt bikes.  

    We love the Pagosa Springs and Durango area and highly recommend Bridge - or any of the other Forest Service campgrounds!

  • jacoyawningonbus102017So many times we end up missing things we wouldn't have even thought about (golf cart) or realized how much of a part of daily life they had become. After camp hosting at camps located between Pagosa Springs and Durango, I admit to being addicted to KSUT our local public broadcasting station.  I developed favorites among the on air personalities.  We hadn't had radio in months, so this was pretty amazing.  The station's programs and music were the perfect balance of local and national with a terrific focus on Colorado musicians.