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Blue Spruce RV Park

and Cabins

1875 County Rd 500 • Bayfield, CO 81122 Phone: 970-884-2641 • Reservations: 1-888-884-2641 • Fax: 970-884-9586 www.bluesprucervpark.com • E-Mail: bluespruce@durango.net

Vallecito Lake “THE LAST BEST PLACE”

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0000 0000 0000 0001 MEMBER SINCE 1966 BC MR. FRED FLINTSTONE

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AREA ATTRACTIONS

Always remember, the world is full of nice people! So if you can’t find one … be one!

NO TENTS ALLOWED ®

HUNTING & FISHING LICENSES

BBQ GRILLS & ACCESSORIES AUTOMOTIVE SUPPLIES

970-884-9502 2 1-800-748-1613 Fax 970-884-4376 311 Bayfield Center Dr. Bayfield, CO 81122 webpg: truevalue.com/lewis

Vallecito Lake Nestled in the heart of the San Juan Mountains, Vallecito Lake is considered one of Colorado’s most beautiful mountain lakes. Activities include swimming, fishing, boating or just relax and enjoy the view. Horseback Riding is an exciting way to experience the beautiful mountain and lake views. Enjoy a breakfast ride, an overnight camping, fishing and hunting pack trip or just a short hour ride. Big Corral Stable offers a va riet y of adventure packages. Va llecito Creek Trail Your adventure begins just 1/2 mile from the park with a resplendence of natural beauty. Unfolding before your eyes are wildflowers, tiny pools, waterfalls and steep canyon walls. Rising high above the gorge you observe a geological phenomenon called glacial pudding. Keep a watchful eye for wildlife and flora.

Family Owned Since 1974

970-247-8700 Outside of Area Toll-Free:

1-800-356-8701

SERVICE • SUPPLIES • SALES Highest Rating by Trailer Life

www.tarpleyrv.com 25871 Highway 160 Durango, CO 81301

ACROSS FROM WAL★MART

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Mild to Wild Guided Tours Discover Colorado on a guided raft, inflatable kayak and/or Jeep trail tour! Trips for ages 4-84; mild, intermediate & wild; from 2 hours to 4 days in length! Combination value packages include: Raft/Jeep, Jeep/Train & Rail/Raft. We offer one way Narrow Gauge Train options - the best way (Train down)! Middle Mountain & Pine River Roads - Explore high altitude scener y from the comfort of your car on Forest Service Roads. Enjoy wildlife, meadows, dramatic views and occasional sightings of deer, elk, mountain goats, eagle and peregrine falcons. Bring a picnic lunch for the perfect day trip. T h e P i n e R i ve r Tra i l alternates between meadows and canyon, frequently flowing peacefully on the flat valley floor. The fishing is fantastic and the turnoff to Emerald Lake is 6 miles in. For the more adventurous, the Cave Basin Trail is a great way to experience some high elevation hiking. It begins at an elevation of 10,800’ and culminates at an overlook of Emerald Lake at 12,360’.

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“Daily Margarita Specials” Open for Lunch & Dinner Take Out Available

970-884-7400 Just minutes away! 14 Mill St. • Bayfield

Complete Stock ®

Auto & Truck Parts

360 A N. Mountain View Dr.

970-884-9525

Open M-F: 7AM-5:30PM SAT: 8AM-5PM www.napaonline.com

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DRIVE SAFELY

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Bayfield Animal 9 Hospital Small Animal Medicine Dentistry • Surgery Open Mon - Fri Jerry D. Brown, DVM

453 S. Pine St. Bayfield, CO 970-884-2001

TAKE PRIDE IN AMERICA

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Cabins are open year round RV park is open May 1st - Oct 31st

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PARK AMENITIES • Peaceful, cool natural park • Beautiful shaded sites with full hook-ups • Trail to San Juan National Forest • Cabin Rentals • Laundry facility • Large outdoor Pavilion • Multi-use Recreation Hall • Game Room • Exercise facility

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• Activities nearby • Country Store - trophy fishing • Group meeting - boat rentals facilities - horseback riding • Library - wildlife viewing • Playground - rafting • Wi-Fi - scenic overlooks for photography • LP Gas - jeeping • Pancake Breakfast - mountain biking (seasonal) - hiking • Art and craft shows - National Forest roads for exploring (seasonal)

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GUIDELINES For your enjoyment and that of others, please take a few minutes to read our Park rules and regulations. 1. Quiet time is from 9:00 pm to 8:00 am. Please turn off your radios, and lower your voices so that you do not disturb your neighbors! 2. Children must be supervised at all times. 3. If you leave the Park grounds proceed at your own risk. The wilderness trails into the National Forest are not maintained. 4. No tents in RV sites. 5. Your Site - One camping unit and one vehicle parked in designated space per site. Please keep your site free of debris. We appreciate the help to keep the Park clean and natural looking. Sewer rings are mandatory. No clotheslines allowed. 6. Speed Limit 5 mph - Park roads are for traveling from road to site, walking and bicycling. 7. Campfires - Are allowed in fire rings only. Please do not move fire rings or leave fires unattended. Campfires must be extinguished before going to bed. Barbecue grills cannot be used on Park tables. 8. Pets - We welcome pets! They must not annoy other guests and must be kept on a 6 ft. leash at all times. Do not leave pets unattended in RVs or cabins. Owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets in the Park and on neighboring properties. 9. Trash - Help protect the wildlife! We pick up trash between 10:00 am & 12:00 pm. All other trash must be bagged and disposed of in designated receptacles. The animals have a very keen sense of smell and a good memory! 10. Fish Cleaning - Please, always clean fish at marina. Fish disposed of at Park must be frozen and put in receptacles the day of trash pickup (Thursday). 11. Additional charge for extra vehicles and guests. Occupancy based on 2 persons per site and one vehicle. 12. Extra Vehicles, Boats and Trailers - Arrangements can be made at the office for additional parking. 13. Tenancy - Termination of tenancy can result for violation of these guidelines or for any unreasonable conduct. Campers and guests are here at their own risk and must accept responsibility for their actions. Park ownership assumes no responsibility for accidents, injury, or loss of property of any kind. Thank you for your patience in reviewing our rules and regulations. We wish for all our guests to have a most enjoyable camping experience at Blue Spruce RV Park and Cabins. Kent Wilson, Resident Manager Page 5


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1875 County Road 500, at Vallecito Lake • 1-970-884-2641 When you pass the dam, you will be traveling north on CR 501 along the west side of the lake. CR 500 is about a mile after you pass Virginia’s Steak House and The Vallecito Country Market. When the road starts to curve around to the right or east, CR 500 will be a left hand turn. We have signs posted on the right but due to the curve, many people miss the turn. If you see “The Valley of the Spruce”, you have missed the turn. ✱ Watch for the following landmarks which are at this turn. 1. Brown National Forest information sign (on the right side of the road.) 2. Attractive cedar building with “Wits’ End Ranch” sign (on the left side of the road). Once you are on CR 500 it will be 2 miles on the left side of the road.

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If your puppy does his business in a place where people stroll, then for the sake of all of us, picking it up should be your goal. If it’s beneath your dignity to stop and scoop it up, then maybe in reality you shouldn’t own a pup! Pet bag dispensers are located through out the park.

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Colorado’s most preserved ghost town. Photo compliments of Mild to Wild Rafting & Jeep Tours.

The World is a Beautiful Place… Please do your part to keep it that way!!

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