About this listing
Two Bedroom: Queen in master, queen or two twin beds in second bedroom and sleeper sofa in living area. Jetted tub. Maximum occupancy is 6.
**See “Description” Below for ALL details**
**See “Description” Below for ALL details**
For best rates I am accepting booking from today through 2 months out.
Weekends require a 2-night minimum stay. However, if booked within 2-days of arrival, I can accept 1-night on the weekends.
Each individual unit's size, floor plan, floor level, resort site location, building placement, unit placement within buildings, view, privacy, number of beds and type of beds, bathroom size & amenities, kitchen size & amenities, deck/balcony, and ALL other characteristics MAY VARY.
Number of Bathrooms may vary.
SPECIAL NEEDS UNITS may also be available upon request!
Onsite management of each resort will require a security deposit against a major credit card of a minimum of $100, up to a $250 maximum (varies at each resort location). Such security deposit is scheduled to be released on day of departure.
ABSOLUTELY NO PETS ALLOWED! If you have a service animal, you must let us know in writing prior to booking.
· Full kitchen
· Coffee maker
· Cable/satellite TV
· Stereo with CD player
· Sleeper sofa
· Air conditioning (most units)
· Jetted tub (most units)
· Fireplace (some units)
· Washer and dryer
· Iron and ironing board
· Pool (Indoor)
· 6 Tennis Courts
· Miniature Golf
· Fitness Center
· Organized Activities
· Barbecue Area
·Fishing & Hiking
·Downhill & Cross Country Skiing
·Snowboarding & Snowmobiling
·Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad
·Hot Air Ballooning
·Pagosa Hot Springs
·San Juan National Forest
·Wolf Creek Ski Area
Some amenities/activities are available at an additional charge
18,000-Acre Rocky Mountain Playground. If outdoor adventure, scenic vistas and crisp, clean mountain air appeal to you, WorldMark Pagosa, located just west of Pagosa Springs, is a resort you’ll really enjoy. Lots of activities are waiting here beneath brilliant southwest Colorado skies - cross-country skiing, golf, horseback riding and hiking are all nearby. Add a comfortable, appealing unit to the mix and it all adds up to a wonderful Colorado stay for the whole family.
The on-site lake is perfect for fishing and you can fine tune your backhand at our tennis courts. Squeeze in some putting practice on our 18-hole miniature golf course before heading off site for the full-size version. Step inside for more fun at the nearby recreation center, featuring an indoor pool, racquetball courts, fitness equipment, and aerobics. Learn a new skill, such as line dancing, orienteering, watercolor, calligraphy and wildflower card painting. Your children will enjoy our many kids’ crafting classes and playground. The resort also organizes off-site tours - from fly fishing, snowmobiling and hot-air ballooning to Mesa Verde National Park. Save one evening to experience something truly memorable: a horse-drawn wagon or sleigh ride to a rustic cabin, where you'll enjoy a ranch-style meal.
For further assistance booking an accessible unit, please contact the Vacation Planning Center Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-7 p.m. PST and Saturday-Sunday 8 a.m.-5 p.m. PST at .
Car recommended to enjoy the area
Some stairs in and to units
No air conditioning
Chimney Rock Archaeological Area
Don’t miss a visit to this area of unparalleled natural beauty sitting on a high mesa at the southern edge of the San Juan Mountains. Known as a place of spiritual significance, a celestial observatory and seasonal calendar for the Ancestral Puebloans. More than 200 homes and ceremonial buildings were built high above the valley floor over 1,000 years ago.
Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad and Museum
This well-known landmark is located in Durango, just 60 miles west of Pagosa. This historic train has been in continuous operation since 1882, carrying passengers behind vintage steam locomotives. Relive the sights and sounds of yesteryear and enjoy a incredible journey and spectacular views.
The Great Pagosa Hot Springs
Numerous skirmishes were staged by the Native Americans of the Four Corners area over the ownership of the Hot Springs, which were highly prized because of their healing powers. Spend a day soaking up the benefits of the highly mineralized geothermal waters at one of three spas in the town. If you don’t feel like a dip then take the short stroll to the source of the hot springs which at 145 degrees is much too warm for human use.
Cancel up to 7 days before your trip and get a 50% refund plus service fees back.
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