Pinyon Flats Campground


5.00 out of 5
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Campground Description

Pinyon Flats Campground is located in Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve in southern Colorado. The huge dunes are the tallest in North America and comprise about 11 percent of an enormous sand deposit that covers more than 330 square miles. The dunes have long stood as a landmark for travelers from ancient North Americans to Southern Ute, Jicarilla Apaches, Navajos, early explorers, gold miners, homesteaders, ranchers, farmers and migrant field workers, to you - today's park visitor.
Contact: Federal Government
Posted by: on May 17, 2011
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    Campground Activities

    Accessible Picnic Areas, Accessible Sites, Amphitheater, Backpacking, Campfire Rings, Drinking Water, Dump Station, Educational Programs, Firewood Vendor, Flush Toilets, Food Storage Locker, General Store, Group Camping, Hiking, Host, Ice, Pay Phone, Ranger Station, Tent Pads, Visitor Center

    Campground Amenities

    Pets OK

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    Reviews of Pinyon Flats Campground

    Reviewed by Sarah Hikes on May 29, 2012

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    This is by far the best campground I have ever stayed at. The fee was $20 per night and well worth it. There are a few different loops to choose from and reservations can and should be made during the summer months. You are guaranteed at least a decent view from no matter where you are in the campground. The view from the site that we picked happened to be amazing. I have never seen such a diverse landscape with the endless sand dunes, snow covered mountain peaks and the creek running along the base of the dunes. It was breathtaking. There were even deer that would filter into the campsite from dusk to dawn. It does get cold at night, though, so bring warm clothing. The only bad thing I can say about this campground is that the restrooms do not have showers, that's all.
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