EXPLORE PAGOSA

Your Adventure starts here


Archuleta County is comprised of 872,960 acres. Only 34 percent of lands in Archuleta County are in private ownership. Tribal lands comprise 14.4 percent of the county. Most of the northern and eastern portions of the county (51.6 percent) are within the San Juan National Forest. There is a total of approximately 2.8 million acres of National Forest and Bureau of Land Management surrounding Archuleta County.

Welcome to
Pagosa Country

If you are planning your first visit to Pagosa Country, rest assured you will enjoy an incredible environment — one full of outdoor recreational opportunities the likes of which are rarely duplicated; one where our unique amenities in this paradise of geothermal waters, flowing mountain streams and alpine delights will satisfy your every need.

About the Area

Archuleta County is located in southwest Colorado, situated at the junction of U.S. 160 and 84 at an elevation of 7,079 feet. The county seat, Pagosa Springs, is located 30 miles north of the New Mexico border, and 60 miles east of Durango. It is also near the Four Corners region where Colorado, Utah, New Mexico and Arizona meet.

FAQs about
Pagosa Country

Pagosa Springs sits
at 7,079 feet in southwest Colorado at the base of the Continental Divide.

Getting Here
From There

• Stevens Field Airport
• Fixed-Base Operator
• La Plata County Airport
• Mileage from Pagosa

Why Outdoor Adventure

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What You Get

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