Pagosa Springs Travel Resources
Thank you for considering Pagosa Springs. Below you will find a list of resources to make the most of your visit during the current novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
For more information regarding COVID-19 and Pagosa Springs visit:
View a list of local restaurants and their operating procedures during COVID-19 Health Precautions.
Pagosa Springs hotels and motels are open. Vacation rentals will resume operations after May 26.
- List of Lodging Options in Pagosa Springs
- Book Lodging in Pagosa Springs
- Camping in the San Juan National Forest
- The Springs Resort and Spa: Open to the General Public
- Overlook Hot Springs Spa: Open to the General Public
- Healing Waters Resort and Spa: Open to Hotel Guests and Season Pass Holders.
- Pagosa Springs Activities
- San Juan National Forest Alerts & Notices - STAGE 1 FIRE RESTRICTIONS
- Pagosa Ranger District of the San Juan National Forest
- Recreation in the San Juan National Forest
- Rio Grande National Forest Alerts & Notices - STAGE 2 FIRE RESTRICTIONS
- Recreation in the Rio Grande National Forest
- Chimney Rock National Monument - Soft Open June 1-15
- Navajo State Park - Phased Opening as of June 1
- Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad - Now Open
- Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad - Open
- Mesa Verde National Park - Phased Opening beginning May 24
- Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve - Phased Opneing beginning June 3
For the latest on local events and live music, please visit our events page.
- Pagosa Folk N' Bluegrass Festival: Canceled
- Fourth of July Parade: Canceled.
- Fourth of July Carnival: Canceled.
- Park 2 Park Artisan & Food Market: July 3-5
- Fourth of July Fireworks, Saturday, July 4, Fire Conditions Permitting.
- 12th Annual Pagosa Springs Car Show, Aug. 14-15
- Four Corner's Folk Festival, Canceled.
- Pagosa Springs Colorfest, Sept. 18-20