Rainbow Family of Living Light Fall Thanksgiving Counsel (TGC) 2021 will be in Paonia, Colorado November 25-28 at the Paonia Town Park, 42521 R25 Rd, Paonia, CO 81428. (The Corner of North Fork Ave & 4th Street.) We have reserved an indoor space (the teen center in the park,) an outdoor space (the pavilion at the park,) and have use of the park from 8:00 am – 10:00 pm daily. Bring all good Things.
Peace, love, light
https://paoniahostel.com/The Local Nomad, 302 2nd St, Paonia, CO 81428(970) email@example.com
Vehicle camping in town is similar to most small towns. Please be respectful, and ask if you need suggestions.
**Free Campground **
Area Status: OpenThe McClure Campground is located on Highway 133 on the south side of McClure Pass. The historic town of Marble is nearby and the campground sits at the head of Lee Creek. Each campsites has a picnic table and fire rings/grills. This quiet campground is surrounded by aspen that provide excellent shade during the summer and there are beaver ponds near by for trout fishing.At a GlanceReservations:No Reservations. First-Come, First-Serve Camping.FeesNoClosest Towns:Marble, CO and Paonia, COWater:NoRestroom:Vault Toilet (1)Operated By:Forest ServiceInformation Center:Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping unit constructed of solid non-pliable material. Click here for more information.General InformationDirections:From Paonia, travel east on Highway 133 for approximately 26.7 miles. The campground is on the right just south of McClure Pass.
**Pay Campground **
Erickson Springs Campground is in a dense spruce and fir forest setting near Anthracite Creek and receives little sunlight so it is cooler than much of the surrounding area. Each site has a tent pad and can accommodate smaller camping trailers, a picnic table and combination fire ring/grill. There is a picnic area prior to the campground with 2 tables and a restroom and a separate ATV parking area near the campground. The Dark Canyon Trailhead is just past the campground and accesses the Dark Canyon Trail #830. The parking area accommodates horse trailers for equestrian access into the Raggeds Wilderness Area. OHV/ATV users ride the nearby Forest Road #795 (Munsey Creek Road) that extends north from Erickson Springs Campground to the Raggeds Trailhead, Raggeds Trail #820. Campground BrochureAt a GlanceReservations:No Reservations. First-Come, First-Serve Camping.Fees$14 per night per camping unit; $4 per day for day use/picnic in campground; $6 per vehicle overflow parking; $10 per firewood bundle.
Those coming in on public transportation, and need a ride are encouraged to call 719-942-4073 and see if we can make local connections.
going towards Montrose 1.5 hours away is Orvis Hot Springs clothing optional 22.00 to soak all day longThey rent camping spots and car camping spots and have a tiny hotelPools are awesome and this is the place for us to live it uphttps://www.colorado.com/hot-springs/orvis-hot-springsThen between mile marker 54 and 55 is Penny Hot Springs. FREE small little pools that you makehttps://www.carbondale.com/destination/penny-hot-springs/Glenwood Springs off of the 70 is a hot spring fun town many optionshttps://www.hotspringspool.com/pool/ratesYampa Vapor Caves is ancient and special fee to usehttps://yampahspa.com/caves/Iron Mountain is clothing only 15 pools fee to go inhttps://www.ironmountainhotsprings.com/Ouray Hot springs.Ancient pools but they are short ponds.https://ourayhotsprings.com/off of the 133 Avalanche Hot springs has 3 hot tubs and one big warm poolhttps://avalancheranch.com/