Williams Creek Campground - Pagosa Springs, CO
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Williams Creek Campground
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Williams Creek Campground contains shaded and open sites among spruce and fir with views of the Colorado Mountains. Williams Creek runs through the campground and there are several trails nearby. This campground has 65 sites available.

Facilities: Drinking water and vault toilets are provided at Williams Creek Campground.

Best Time To Visit: Williams Creek Campground is open May through September.

Fees: A camping fee is charged.

Accessibility: Williams Creek Campground is not handicap accessible.

Rules: Maximum length of stay is 14 days. This campground is located within the San Juan National Forest; forest regulations apply.

Directions: To get to Williams Creek Campground from Pagosa Springs, go west on US Highway 160 for 2 miles to County Route 600/Forest Route 631. Go northwest on 600/631 for 22 miles to Forest Route 640. Go northwest on 640 for 1/2 mile to the campground.

Map: Click here for a map to Williams Creek Campground

Reservations: Reservations are not accepted at Williams Creek Campground.

San Juan National Forest-Pagosa Ranger District
180 Second St.
P.O. Box 310
Pagosa Springs, Colorado 81147
General: (970) 264-2268
TTY: (970) 264-1539

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