3505 W. Highway 160
Pagosa Springs, CO 81147
Contact: CK Patel
Office Phone: 970-731-4141
Website: Pagosa Lodge
Located on the west side of town in beautiful Pagosa Springs, Colorado overlooking Pinon Lake and the San Juan Mountains, the Pagosa Lodge is a Three Diamond facility just one mile from the Pagosa Springs Golf Course clubhouse. Our central location allows easy access to shopping, sightseeing and recreation.
Pagosa Lodge is just a 35 minute drive from fabulous Wolf Creek Ski Area, noted for its excellent powder snow — “the Most Snow in Colorado!
Services & Amenities:
* Large indoor heated pool
* Dry sauna
* Exercise room
* Two hot tubs on redwood decks with mountain views
* Dressing rooms with showers
Outdoor Recreation & Relaxation
* Walking & Bicycle Paths
* Pinon Lake
* Free High Speed Wireless Internet
Ample Complimentary Parking for all guest vehicles including Tour Buses.
Located in the midst of the San Juan Mountains, the Weminuche wilderness, and at the edge of the Continental Divide at an altitude of 7,052 feet, Pagosa Springs is a unique and unspoiled mountain community which combines history, spectacular scenery, and old fashioned hospitality and the congeniality of country living. Pagosa grew to be a town through trading and ranching, and later was a center for mining and timber. Located in the center of town is a remarkable hot springs, the source of which is called Pagosa (Pag-O-sah) in one of the original Native American languages, the largest and hottest of all the mineral hot springs in North America. Visitors have come to the area just to experience and enjoy the therapeutic qualities of the remarkable waters of this springs. The town extends along the San Juan River, which has its source at the foot of Wolf Creek Pass. The original town has now grown to the West to include the Pagosa Lakes area, and is the center for all of Archuleta County which contains many working ranches, farms, as well as thriving local businesses of all kinds including many fine restaurants, art galleries, shops which carry local and regional crafts, and merchandise of all kinds.
Travel Region: Mountains & Mesas