- TripBuzz found 19 things to do with kids in or near Pagosa Springs, Colorado.
- From Bogey's Mini Golf to Diamond Hitch Stables, the Pagosa Springs area offers 24 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Hot Springs & Geysers, Resorts and Horseback Riding.
- Known for its beauty in a distinct four seasons, Pagosa Springs, CO is located 7,000 feet above sea level on the western slope of the Continental Divide. Nature and wilderness are key to the area with its surrounding 3 million acres of San Juan National Forest and the Weminuche Wilderness.
Diamond Hitch Stables offers thirty minute to day-long guided trail rides, including campfire dinner trips. The location, which provides horse boarding services, also offers pony rides for younger guests to enjoy.
For a uniquely Western United States experience, visit the family owned and operated Astraddle A Saddle. Featuring horseback tours, hay and snowmobile rides, hunting excursions and dinner parties, you will be glad you came.
Pagosa Outside is a local company which specializes in whitewater rafting trips on Rio Chama, the Piedra and upper San Juan rivers. Besides the early and late seaosn river trips, Pagosa Outside also offers whitewater tubing and mountain bike tours.
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538 Village Drive, Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 MoreLess Info
Wilderness Journeys Pagosa Day Tours provides guided tours to Ancient Indian Ruins, white river rafting trips, narrow gauge train tours, and a variety of scenic trips. The tours and recreational activities explore rivers, mountains, deserts, and historic sites.
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165 Hot Springs Blvd., Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 MoreLess Info
The Springs Resort Bathhouse is a Mediterranean style structure which serves as the entrance for soaking pools and is used by the non-hotel guests. The Bathhouse is furnished with heated tile floors and one-touch showers as well as many artistic sculptures.
Outback Mountain ATV Rentals features Polaris automatic ATVs that can get to the most rugged areas of the San Juan Mountains. Guests have the option to rent a trailer to haul the ATVs themselves, or the ATVs can be delivered to a ride out point for them.
Open since 1986, Rocky Mountain Wildlife Park is a venue to view animals in an environment similar to their natural habitat. The park also offers educational opportunities on animals including mountain lions, deer, and black bears.
The Pagosa Museum, also known as The San Juan Historical Society Museum, is a small historical museum featuring a variety of exhibits and collections. Examples of these exhibits include a quilt exhibit, metal art exhibit, and an Oppenheimer's chair exhibit.