We usually avoid KOA campgrounds--they are expensive and often overrun with children. However, in Cortez the KOA is not only the best campground with hookups, there are very few children. School has started in most of the state. Our time here has also taken us back to our first few RV trips in our Coleman tent trailer and Komfort 5th wheel. Back then, we didn't know there was any other type of campground.
We are parked within a few miles of Mesa Verde National Park and many of the people staying in this campground are from other countries. They come in tents or stay in Kamping Kabins or have rented RVs. Would you believe there are 26 Kamping Kabins? They are lettered A through Z. One evening I walked around about 8 pm and found most of the folks in tents were just cooking or eating dinner.
Here is one photo of the tent area. That part of the campground has been much busier that the 50-amp section we are in.
The scenery out our back window is great, with sunsets, sunrises and mountains.
There is also a 1.5 mile nature trail that goes from the campground to Denny Lake, owned by the city of Cortez. Here are some views of the lake and park.
This has been a good place to stay.