Priest Gulch is a beautiful, well-kept campground. The location is scenic and mostly quiet, with a little highway noise for the campsites up front. Since the beautiful Delores River divides the campground, it is necessary to cross a very narrow bridge to get to sites across the river. We scratched one of our rear-view mirrors while crossing the bridge, so use caution if you choose one of those campsites. The campground owner provides free firewood, which is a great bonus for cool nights. Each campsite includes a picnic table, full hookups, and a fire pit. There is no cable TV, but satellite antennas work in some sites. There are a lot of trees in the campground so satellite reception is iffy. Two drawbacks to the campground are 1) no Wi-Fi,and 2) the distance to any sort of town. It is 35 miles to the closest Walmart or any other national chain stores in Cortez. There are a few shops and a grocery store in the small town of Dolores, which is 25 miles away. There is a small store in the campground office, but they don't have much there at all. There is acceptable cellphone coverage and the public showers and toilets are spotless. The laundry facility is clean and the machines work great. All in all, Priest Gulch is a great place to camp. It is a great base camp for day visits to Teluride, Durango, or the Mesa Verde National Park. Our rate is for a weekly stay.
This is a charming campground. We stayed here overnight, but NEXT TIME we will book longer. The sites are fairly close, but terraced with LOTS of trees and landscaping...so each site is actually pretty private. Picnic tables, great cable and Wi-Fi. We asked for a site for satellite line-of-sight, but with all the trees we didn't get a signal. No problem because the Comcast cable hookup is great with plenty of programming. Nice dog runs; one has a wooden footbridge over a little babbling stream and park benches to sit and enjoy. Trash receptacles at every site. We did not use the shower nor laundry. We will definitely be back here.
This was our second stay at Catherine's Landing and we love this campground. It's quiet and a great natural setting, but has excellent amenities. The Wi-Fi and cable are acceptable, and each site has a level cement pad, fire pit, charcoal grill and picnic table. We love the waterfront sites, and found that we had great satellite coverage even in those sites (Dish satellites). The laundry facility leaves a bit to be desired; the machines are showing their age but got the job done. We will definitely stay here again and again. We love this campground and we love the beautiful Hot Springs area.
Park is clean and well kept, with level sites and manicured grassy areas. Cable and Wi-Fi both acceptable. Park has that "parking lot" feel; campsites close together and NO privacy. Trash has to be carried all the way up to the office entrance; we were unable to find ANY of the receptacles that were supposed to be dispersed around the park. Appear to be a large percentage of permanent residents...yard decor, toys, seasonal decorations made this obvious. This is an OK overnight stop for rest, but no way a "destination" campground. Overpriced for cramped parking; we won't be back.
Very, very nice campground with lots of amenities. New, clean and well kept with a very friendly staff. Heated pool, playground, rental cottages and yurts, and a well-stocked store on site. The campground seems like it is in a rural setting, but is actually within 2 miles of plenty of shopping and restaurants. We chose a waterfront site, which naturally is a back in. The sites are angled and spaced well, which allows a bit of privacy and are easy to back in. Sites are level with a nice patio area, picnic table, fire pit and charcoal grill. There is also a nice dock area with rental boats and kayaks available. Our rate is 1/7 of the weekly rate. We would definitely stay here again.
Small campground; clean and well kept. Sites are close together and not very long. Park was OK for overnight stop; easy access from interstate and friendly staff. Cable reception was very good; Wi-Fi acceptable. Road noise from highway was pretty intrusive; we will likely not stop here again.
Crowded park. Mostly permanent residents from all appearances. Pull-through site was fairly level but covered with ant beds. We had to spray them with bug spray so we could step out to walk our dog. This park looks old and tired with no amenities but it is close to the interstate so it is easy to find. Not too much road noise, but the interstate traffic could be heard. Wi-Fi was acceptable but cable hookup was fuzzy.
Nice RV park; new and well kept with level concrete pads and nice green space. Sites are fairly close together and unremarkable. Staff was not overly friendly. Was OK for a couple of nights but we probably would not stay here again.
Very, very nice campground. Clean and well kept, with friendly staff and a great location. Only 10 miles to Hot Springs tourist attractions, restaurants and shopping. The campground was easy to find and only 12 miles off I-30. The entrance road (1/4 mile long) was twisty but easy to handle in our motorhome. We will definitely visit this park again! I gave Cloud Nine a 9 rating because the rocky sites have absolutely NO grassy area. The sites are level but not paved. They are covered with rock/gravel that is difficult to walk on. Other than that, we had no complaints with this pretty park.
We really enjoy this RV park. It's very well kept and the sites are well-spaced and level. Easy in and out on well-maintained access roads. Office staff is friendly and helpful. Love the access to the casino! Our only complaint is the abundance of sand spurs and stickers that make our little dog miserable. Wish they could get those under control.
Park is clean and close to the interstate, which is convenient for overnight stops. Unfortunately the proximity to the interstate also means lots of road noise all night. Wi-Fi and TV connections were good. Sites are not paved, though there are paved patios on some. Park is easy in and out with lots of pull through sites. Complimentary breakfast on the weekend is sort of pathetic...but it is free after all. Park is overpriced, but we have stopped here two different times because it's close to the interstate and convenient for a one-night stay.
Lots of amenities in this park; if you are interested in swimming pools and miniature golf, this place is for you. Sites were too close together; lots of noise from neighboring campers. Access streets were full of potholes and poorly maintained. Large trees made some exit routes tight and difficult to maneuver, especially since some TT owners had parked their tow vehicles in the right-of-way. Park management should make sure all access roads are clear for early departures. We stayed here for one night as a stop over; we will not stay here again. Park is very overpriced and not well kept, though the office staff is friendly.