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Ouray RV Park and Cabins is now open year round! We have 65 full hook up RV sites with 50/30 amp service. The park has been updated with all new electric pedestals, water and sewer hook ups and updated bathroom and laundry facilities. Guests also enjoy excellent satellite and WiFi reception and brand new picnic tables at each of the sites! New for 2015: 3 new riverfront Deluxe 2 story cabins with full kitchens, bathrooms, separate master bedroom suite, living room with DirecTV and a loft. Double French doors open out to an 8 foot deck with relaxing chairs so you can enjoy beautiful views of Mt Abrams and listen to the Uncompahgre River. Our Deluxe cabins will sleep 8 people and include all of the linens and towels. This fall, we will be installing gas fireplaces, outdoor grills and outdoor firepits! We also have 4 camping cabins available--all of which are located on the riverfront and the Ouray Riverwalk. Each cabin has a full bed, 2 bunk beds, a mini refrigerator, microwave and an electric fireplace. Guests may sit on either their front porch or out at their picnic table and listen to the sounds of the river. These camping cabins include all of the linens and towels for your convenience. Our updated restroom and shower facilities are only a short walk from the cabins. Guests may relax in our Café/Meeting room area that has DirecTV and free morning coffee! Ouray RV Park and Cabins is only a short walk from Ouray Hot Springs Pool and downtown Ouray. Come and enjoy all that Ouray and the surrounding area has to offer in all four seasons!
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We had the pleasure of staying in a cabin at Ouray RV Park. The cabin certainly did not disappoint! It was very clean, and comfy cozy! The kitchen was fully furnished with everything needed for cooking, and plenty of fresh towels and spare blankets.
This RV park was great the bath house was very clean and they were out cleaning it on time the next day just as they said they would. the scenery is awesome surrounding the park (its ouray its all beautiful). we had a small issue...More
It was one of the greatest vacations we have had. We used the resort as our base camp for trips through the Mountain Passes in our Jeep. The owners and all of the employees are very friendly and made us feel like they have known...More
first time to stay here. Very nice spot on the river and of course close to the hot springs. Very helpful staff, very clean park and wonderful views. One thing I would suggest is that you secure your site before going to bed. We had...More
Response from Ouray_RV_Park | Property representative |
Thank your for your inquiry about our Deluxe Cabins! If you are looking for a location with easy walking access to the Ouray Hot Springs Pool and the shops in town, the cabins would be a great location for you. Since the... More
Thank your for your inquiry about our Deluxe Cabins! If you are looking for a location with easy walking access to the Ouray Hot Springs Pool and the shops in town, the cabins would be a great location for you. Since the cabins are located in town and on the river walk, it will be busier than a private cabin in the woods. However, I would not describe it as noisy or distracting. The river is lovely all times of year and my favorite month is September! We hope to see you in our park next year! Safe travels, Amber and Jason
Response from bgibbs2016 | Reviewed this property |
I didn't see any tents while we were there. There's a KOA a couple a miles north that allows tents and the Amphitheater Campground south of town is primarily for tents. Amphitheater is next to several trail heads if you... More
I didn't see any tents while we were there. There's a KOA a couple a miles north that allows tents and the Amphitheater Campground south of town is primarily for tents. Amphitheater is next to several trail heads if you want to hike.