Two counties collaborate to save Lower Dolores River campgrounds

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Two counties collaborate to save Lower Dolores River campgrounds

Ferris and Cabin sites would be co-managed with feds
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The sidewalk along the Lower Dolores River would need some maintenance before it could be reopened.
JIM MIMIAGA/The Journal

A wheelchair-accessible sidewalk at the closed Cabin campground on the Lower Dolores River could reopen under an agreement with the San Juan National Forest and Dolores and Montezuma Counties.
JIM MIMIAGA/The Journal

The Cabin Campground was closed more than five years ago, but there is a local effort to reopen it.
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Ferris Campground on the Lower Dolores River no longer charges a fee. It is open to dispersed camping, but the bathroom was removed.
JIM MIMIAGA/The Journal

The Ferris Campground has excellent river access.
JIM MIMIAGA/The Journal

A RV dumpsite was closed many years ago near the Cabin Campground.

Two counties collaborate to save Lower Dolores River campgrounds

JIM MIMIAGA/The Journal

The sidewalk along the Lower Dolores River would need some maintenance before it could be reopened.
JIM MIMIAGA/The Journal

A wheelchair-accessible sidewalk at the closed Cabin campground on the Lower Dolores River could reopen under an agreement with the San Juan National Forest and Dolores and Montezuma Counties.
JIM MIMIAGA/The Journal

The Cabin Campground was closed more than five years ago, but there is a local effort to reopen it.
JIM MIMIAGA/The Journal

Ferris Campground on the Lower Dolores River no longer charges a fee. It is open to dispersed camping, but the bathroom was removed.
JIM MIMIAGA/The Journal

The Ferris Campground has excellent river access.
JIM MIMIAGA/The Journal

A RV dumpsite was closed many years ago near the Cabin Campground.
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