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It’s the kind of town you daydream about. It’s a town where you’ll find that the people are genuine, authentic, friendly, high energy, and down to earth. It’s a town with endless recreational opportunities, rich history, and modern day luxuries.

Durango is southwest Colorado’s largest town, with a population of approximately 15,000, (45,000 in La Plata County). Those who live here choose to live here, and understand the meaning and importance of quality of life. Thus, the community reflects the energy, contrast, and diversity of the surrounding geography.

Durango is near the Four Corners junction with New Mexico, Arizona and Utah, and is perched at 6,512 feet, nestled between red sandstone bluffs in the vast Animas River Valley. To the north lie the peaks of the San Juan and Needles Mountains, which rise to an average elevation above 10,500 feet. To the west are arid desert lands, and to the south lies the southern border of the two million acre San Juan National Forest, and stark canyon country.

 

Durango-La Plata County Airport
“The Only Way To Fly In The Four Corners Region”

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Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad & Museum

In Durango & Silverton relive history on board the famous Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad offering year-round scenic train trips through the spectacular San Juan mountains.

5 Branches Camper Park & Cabins

25 miles NE of Durango. 3,000 foot frontage on picturesque Vallecito Lake and Pine River, full hookup sites, tenting area, fully equipped cabins (some handicap), camper cabins in wooded surroundings.

Vallecito Lake Chamber of Commerce

Beautiful mountain lake only 25 miles NE of Durango, cabins, campgrounds, boating, stables, restaurants, fishing, ATVing, horseback riding, hiking, cross country skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing.

Durango Area Tourism Office

The Durango area is a safe, secure and wonderful place to travel; offering western, archeological, historic and Native American vacation experiences.

Mild to Wild Rafting & 4 Wheel Adventures

Discover family fun! Rafting and Jeeping trail tours in Durango, Colorado and Moab, Utah. Also on the Salt River and Verde River, Arizona. Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Train specials.

Pine River RV Camp

FKA Riverside RV Park. On the Pine River just west of Bayfield and 20 minutes from Durango. Our 100 sites can accommodate everyone from Harley riders to horseback riders! Free Cable TV & WI-FI.

Tarpley RV Sales, Service & Supplies

Service all brands and types of RV’s. NEW and used RV sales in Durango.

United Campground of Durango

Deluxe campground with WI-FI on the north edge of Durango. Central to visit Mesa Verde National Park. Ride famous Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, runs thru our park! Only RV park served by trolley to town.