Great Sand Dune Oasis

42 Votes
  • Address: 5400 CO-150, Mosca, CO 81146, USA, Alamosa, United States
  • Phone: +1-7193782222
  • Tags: Food And Drinks, Sand Dunes

Great Sand Dunes Oasis is a camping site located near the Great Sand Dunes. It provides marvelous views of the Sand Dunes and San Luis Valley. This place offers premier facilities for camping, including 20 level pull-thru RV sites and 30/50 amp electrical hook-ups. It offers individual and group tent sites. It also has hot showers, bathrooms, laundry service, and recreation areas for the visitors. Sand boards and sleds can be rented from here as well. In addition to this, the restaurant here serves some excellent food, and the quality of the service is top-notch.

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  • Great Sand Dune Oasis Address: 5400 CO-150, Mosca, CO 81146, USA, Alamosa, United States
  • Great Sand Dune Oasis Contact Number: +1-7193782222
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Great Sand Dune Oasis Reviews & Ratings

  • The campsites are located about 5 miles south of the sand dunes entrance. We stayed 2 nights at $38.00 per night for two cars and 7 people. Well worth it. The view from our campsite was amazing. We could see the sunset, the stars AND the Sand Dunes. The camp sites are clean. Bring your mosquito repellent. An old railway car was converted into restrooms, they are very clean and in walking distance from all campsites. Showers are included with the campsites and are located a few hundred yards from the campsite entrance, bring shower shoes. Theres a general store, gas station and restaurant located at the base of the campsites. All-in-all it was great. The Sand Dunes Oasis has a good thing going

  • Great place to camp while hanging out at the dunes. Stayed in the group campsite. Plenty of space for a large group. Loads of trees. Easy to have a small fire. Highly recommend renting a sand board if you want to enjoy the dunes.

  • We stopped here to rent out our sand sled for our adventure at the Sand Dunes. Sand sledding was so much fun. Worth the $20 bucks. Regular snow sleds do not work, so make sure you go check out the nice people at Oasis.

  • Recently stayed here on a trip to the Great Sand Dunes, overall it was a positive experience. Pros: -Can rent sand boards and sleds here and get wax for them. -Convenience store has a good selection of items you might need for camping if you forgot something, want a souvinere, need firewood, want a sand dunes t-shirt, need a snack, etc. -Lots of options for accommodations: tent camping (both group and individual sites), cabins, RV sites, and a lodge. -Lots of trees throughout the campground to help with sun and wind. -Clean bathrooms with running water and hot showers. -Customer service was good/friendly -Restaurant on site -Great Views of the dunes and mountains! -Close to the National Park entrance and other local trails like Zapata Falls. Cons: -Expect a wait time, anywhere from half an hour to an hour and a half to get in/talk to someone about a site. -Sites for tent camping are very rocky and hilly. The spot we ended up in had broken glass all over where we were supposed to pitch our tent. Not all sites had picnic tables either. Overall the pros outweighed the cons and I would recommend this place or stay here again. (Although I might try to get a cabin as opposed to a tent site next time.)

  • We stayed a night here with a tent. The camp it self was awful: I did not dare to go on some of the roads with my sedan they were so bumpy. The bathrooms were a nightmear, they were the dirtiest among ten other camp sites we visited. The place would definitely need some investment from the owners. The restaurant was however nice with very kind staff.

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