Know before you go 

At Agapé Valley, your safety is a priority!

Please read our Rules & Regulations before your trip.

Our RV Park is located on 692 acres of wild land, where precaution is a necessity. We recommend doing research on camping safety along with following the tips below. For questions please refer to our FAQs or contact us!

What are your accommodations like?

Our RV and camper spots are both first come first serve. Pragma has gravel spots and spectacular views. Eros is a larger grassy area with more surrounding trees, and a close portta-potty. Both have picnic tables and are just a short walk to our bath house, office, and playground. The bath house is two unisex rooms that can be locked for privacy. Each is equipped with toilets, large showers, sinks, and one with a washer We do not have fire pits at this time and are following county regulations on fires. Please bring your propane pit. If you are staying at a water and electric site, please bring extension cords and hoses as your hook-ups may not be close. Soon we will also have a Tipi and cabins for rent. 

Are you pet Friendly?

Yes, we love pets! Dogs and other pets are welcome as long as they are well trained and remain on a leash at all times when on the campground. You are free to take your dog off leash on one of our trails, as long as they are well behaved and verbally trained. Please remember to always pick up after your pet. We want to keep the land clean and in its most natural state for everyone to enjoy! 

Tips For Your Stay

  • Use bear safety when cooking/storing food.

  • We have uneven dirt roads - please drive safely and slowly!

  • We are a dark sky community - it is dark! Please plan accordingly- no spot lights!

  • Know your surroundings. We are located in the mountains and the weather changes quickly, please plan and pack  accordingly! 

  • While we do our best to get rid of trash, there may still be sharp objects around. Please be careful.

  • Bring an ample supply of food and water. 

  • Avoid wild animals and know what to do should you encounter them.

  • Protect yourself from the sun and bugs. We are at 9,300 ft. Sunburn and bug bites happen quickly.

  • Lookout for cacti, and other harmful plants.

What is there to do?

We encourage you to use the vast landscape to connect to the wildness that is all around you. You are free to hike almost anywhere on the property, and swing in the swings any time. Whether you catch a sunrise or sunset, we recommend staying up to catch a glimpse at the night sky. Stargazing is especially spectacular since we are a designated dark sky community- so be sure to bring your camera. We encourage you to check out our store and pop in for a cup of tea or coffee, and hang out on our patio. If you need to  take a short drive into town, Westcliffe is a beautiful 15-20 min. drive and offers breathtaking views of the Sangre De Christo mountains, a free observatory, farmers market on Fridays from 9-1pm, and plenty of local art, food, and fun.