So, what is there to do in Durango?

Discover all that Durango has to offer when you visit. Stay with us just minutes from all the adventures! Here is a perfect snapshot of summer activities, from our friends at Durango.org.


Catch the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad from the depot and wave to us on your way to Silverton! This historic train has been in continuous operation between Durango and Silverton since 1882, carrying passengers behind vintage steam locomotives and rolling stock indigenous to the line. It is a family-friendly ride sure to create memories that will last a lifetime while offering a view of Colorado's mountain splendor inaccessible by highway. Relive the sights and sounds of yesteryear for a spectacular journey on board the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad.


 

 

 

Mild to Wild is conveniently located just down the road from United Campground. Drive or take the Trolley to their head quarters and plan your next rafting trip, jeep tour, or Mesa Verde Tour.


Try your luck at Sky Ute Casino Resort, bowl at Rolling Thunder Lanes, or dine at the delicious Seven Rivers authentic steakhouse.


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Experience Mesa Verde National Park. Mesa Verde National Park is one our nation’s most beloved national parks.  Established in 1906, Mesa Verde is the only national park established exclusively for the protection of archaeological resources.  The park’s remote cliff dwellings have stood for centuries and are recognized the world around.


Just 30 minutes north of United Campground you will strike gold at Purgatory Resort. From the Alpine Slide, scenic chairlift, or ropes course your entire family is sure to all have fun! 


But Wait, There's So Much More! 

Off Leash Dog Park                                                           Kid-Friendly Durango

White Water Rafting                                                          Kayaking

Henry Strater Dinner Theater                                             Mountain Biking

Bike Rentals                                                                      Cycling

Golfing                                                                              Fly Fishing

Bar D Chuckwagon                                                            Rock Climbing

Trimble Hot Springs                                                           Jeep Tours

Museums                                                                           Hiking

Sorrel Sky Gallery                                                              Durango Arts Center

Horseback Riding                                                               Rodeo

Lake Vallecito                                                                    Four Wheeling/ATVs

Zip Line                                                                             Lake Navjo

Winery                                                                              Chimney Rock

Honeyville                                                                         

 

And There Is Still More, Check In Our Office For Brochoures and Recommendations!                  

 

No RV? No Problem!!

Past the point of sleeping on the ground in a tent? Check out these local RV & Trailer rental companies:

 Durango RV Rentals  970-426-1720  www.durangorvrentals.com

VanGo Durango 970-903-9136 www.vangodurango.com

Garrick's RV Rental & RV Repair 505-334-1800