Cool Sunshine RV Park rests in the middle of two magnificent mountain ranges, the San Juan Mountains and Sangre de Cristo Mountains. Located in the heart of Alamosa and just a block from downtown. We are your gateway to all the activities in the San Luis Valley. While you’re here we recommend checking out seeing the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, Zapata Falls, view Blanca Peak, the fourth tallest mountain in Colorado, and many more. Visit our attractions page to find out what adventures lie ahead for you at Cool Sunshine RV Park.
Our amenities make Cool Sunshine RV park your ideal RV Park for Alamosa. Here are a few that set us a part from the rest. Walking distance to downtown shops and cuisine, putting green, new clean bathrooms and showers, indoor and outdoor gathering area, and near city parks and walking trails.
The San Luis Valley is a place where relaxation and adventure meet. Hot springs are just minutes away where you can sit back and relax as you enjoy the views at the sand dunes. We are also just a couple hours from Pagosa Springs. Zapata Falls is also breathtaking with its view of the valley and breathtaking ice sculptures as the water freezes in the winter. The Rio Grande Railroad excursion takes you through beautiful landscapes especially in the fall.
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