Not Your Average Camping Trip
Day of Arrival
Set-up and settle in.
Prepare an outdoor feast using your site's barbecue grill. As you watch the dazzling stars overhead, you'll get a true sense of Mesa Verde's wonder and peacefulness.
First Full Day
Start your day with an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast at Knife's Edge Café in Morefield's full-service village.
Absorb the Culture
700 Years Tour - This tour is 4 hours in duration and visits sites that represent the time frame 600 A.D. to 1300 A.D.
Or take the 4 hour Classic Pueblo Tour, this tour includes a walking tour of Cliff Palace.
Gain insight into the heritage of Mesa Verde National Park as you explore its spectacular sites.
Have lunch at the Spruce Tree Cafe
Located in the heart of the park, the Spruce Tree Cafe offers cafeteria service with indoor seating and patio dining. Be sure to try our world-class Navajo Tacos.
Breathtaking Views, Fabulous Meals
Enjoy dinner in the award winning Metate Room in Far View Lodge, voted one of Colorado's top-10 restaurants. Chef Brian Puett celebrates the culture by incorporating regional heritage food with contemporary favorites, sommelier services, and an extensive wine list.
Second Full Day
Enjoy breakfast in your campsite as you take in the views and tranquility.
Drive to Wetherill Mesa - 15 miles into the most remote part of the park, features spectacular views of mountain ranges and desert plateaus. Tickets are required for Long House Dwelling.
Take a Hike - Hiking in Mesa Verde National Park is plentiful, with numerous trails offering a perfect hike for the novice and a day’s hike for the experienced.
Or, take a steam-powered trip aboard the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, a National Civil Engineering Landmark in history.
After dinner at your campsite, take an evening sunset stroll and enjoy the spectacular stars and wildlife.
Day of Departure
Beyond Souvenirs - You’ll find beautiful, handcrafted jewelry, Navajo Rugs, exquisite pottery and a great selection of souvenir apparel.
Stop at Park Point, the highest point in the Park at 8,500 feet in elevation, at mile marker 10 as you depart Mesa Verde National Park.