Pagosa Springs, Colorado is surrounded by over 3 million acres of national forest and wilderness areas. You’ll find yourself in the center of nature’s playground in Pagosa Springs. With the San Juan Mountains and a variety of Colorado outdoor activities at your doorstep, along with hot springs, charming shops, historic sites, and an assortment of artisans, you'll find plenty to do in Pagosa Springs.
The Pagosa Springs area is home to a variety of art galleries, live theatres, museums, and cultural activities. You can explore ancient civilizations, our Western heritage and deep history, and amazing artisans throughout the year.
Pagosa Springs offers opportunities for hiking, fishing, all forms of skiing, hunting, four wheel drives, snowmobiling, and numerous scenic drives.
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BE SMART, SAFE ON YOUR SNOWMOBILE THIS WINTER DURANGO, Colo. – Winter is settling in on Colorado and snowmobile season is starting. Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds snowmobilers to travel safely this winter and to review state regulations that apply to this recreational activity. “Snowmobiling is a great way to get into the backcountry in […]
Colorado State Board of Education Issues Letter to Standards and Assessments Task Force Dear Superintendent Snowberger and Members of the Standards and Assessments Task Force, We, the Colorado State Board of Education, commend you for the work you are doing in studying the implications of the statewide assessment system for school districts, public schools, charter […]
PUBLIC NOTICE Planning Commission, Board of Adjustments & Design Review Board meeting scheduled for Tuesday, November 25, 2014 has been CANCELLED. NEXT MEETING The next regularly scheduled meeting will be conducted on Tuesday December 9, 2014 at 5:30 pm in Town Hall.
From its earliest days Pagosa Springs was divided by the San Juan River. This caused many hardships in the early years. Now Pagosa sports several traffic and walking bridges. This new one will open new path ways and take walkers past the river and a wetlands. sweet!