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WELCOME TO RIVER RUN CABINS 
OURAY, COLORADO

Summer/ Fall Dates: May 6TH, 2022 - October 31st, 2022

(Closed November 1st - December 15th,
reopening December 16th for Winter)

River Run Cabins

Cozy Cabins on the Uncompahgre River 

There are no rooms available to book.
Located just minutes away from  historic downtown Ouray, River Run Cabins is situated between US Highway 550 and the Uncompahgre River.

We offer six spacious cabins, all directly on the banks of the Uncompahgre River. 

Each of our cabins, has a main bedroom and loft with two beds, equipped kitchen, private bath, air conditioning and heat, private entrance, and covered porch overlooking the river.

We're convenient to everything Ouray has to offer. Ouray Ice Park, Box Canyon Falls, and Ouray Via Ferrata are a mile or two away. And the world renowned Ouray Hot Springs Pool is a short walk from our property.

At River Run Cabins, you can open your windows wide and be surrounded by the sights and sounds of southwestern Colorado's Uncompahgre River and the stunning San Juan Mountains.

Got pets? Bring 'em. A couple of our cabins are pet friendly! Call for more information. We'd love to hear from you.
Located on historic downtown Ouray, Colorado's Main Street, River Run Cabins is situated between US Highway 550 and the Uncompahgre River.

We offer six spacious cabins, all directly on the banks of the Uncompahgre River. 

Each of our cabins, has a main bedroom and loft with two beds, equipped kitchen, private bath, air conditioning and heat, private entrance, and covered porch overlooking the river.
We're convenient to everything Ouray has to offer. Ouray Ice Park, Box Canyon Falls, and Ouray Via Ferrata are a mile or two away. And the world renowned Ouray Hot Springs Pool is a short walk from our property.

At River Run Cabins, you can open your windows wide and be surrounded by the sights and sounds of southwestern Colorado's Uncompahgre River and the stunning San Juan Mountains.

Got pets? Bring 'em. A couple of our cabins are pet friendly! Call for more information. We'd love to hear from you.
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"Little Switzerland of America"

Known as "Switzerland of America," Ouray is a natural alpine environment in Southwest Colorado's San Juan Mountains. Here, you can enjoy a variety of activities, year round.

One of Ouray's most popular, and well known, attractions is Ouray Hot Springs Pool. The family-friendly pool, owned and operated by the City of Ouray, consists of five geothermal heated mineral pools, with temperatures ranging from 75 to 104 degree Fahrenheit. Here, you can relax in an adult-only soaking section, tackle a couple of water slides, or take a shot at the obstacle course and climbing wall. Unlike many similar hot springs, Ouray Hot Springs contains no sulfur, so it you avoid that unpleasant odor found in similar pools.

Box Canyon Park is another popular Ouray attraction. The park's roaring Box Canyon Falls have a 285 foot drop to the riverbed below the headwaters. You can enjoy a short half-mile hike in the park, and take an entertaining walk across a suspension bridge overlooking a gorge. The canyon is also home to the rare black swift bird.

If you have the nerve, you definitely want to take on Ouray Via Ferrata. This family-friendly course involves climbing along the cliffs of the Uncompahgre Gorge. It also has a 75-foot ladder bridge, the Skybridge.
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About the "Little Switzerland of America"

Known as "Switzerland of America," Ouray is a natural alpine environment in Southwest Colorado's San Juan Mountains. Here, you can enjoy a variety of activities, year round.

One of Ouray's most popular, and well known, attractions is Ouray Hot Springs Pool. The family-friendly pool, owned and operated by the City of Ouray, consists of five geothermal heated mineral pools, with temperatures ranging from 75 to 104 degree Fahrenheit. Here, you can relax in an adult-only soaking section, tackle a couple of water slides, or take a shot at the obstacle course and climbing wall. Unlike many similar hot springs, Ouray Hot Springs contains no sulfur, so it you avoid that unpleasant odor found in similar pools.

Box Canyon Park is another popular Ouray attraction. The park's roaring Box Canyon Falls have a 285 foot drop to the riverbed below the headwaters. You can enjoy a short half-mile hike in the park, and take an entertaining walk across a suspension bridge overlooking a gorge. The canyon is also home to the rare black swift bird.

If you have the nerve, you definitely want to take on Ouray Via Ferrata. This family-friendly course involves climbing along the cliffs of the Uncompahgre Gorge. It also has a 75-foot ladder bridge, the Skybridge.

Ouray Ice Park

Ouray is known as an ice-climbing mecca, and Ouray Ice Park is an ice climber's dream. Located walking distance from downtown Ouray, in the Uncompahgre Gorge, the venue has over 100 ice routes covering three miles of vertical terrain. Most of the routes are short distance from the park entrance.

Ouray Ice Park is made for the whole family to enjoy. Some of the ice routes are perfect for kids and ice-climbing novices.

Each January, Ouray Ice Park becomes central to the Ouray Ice Festival. For three days, you can watch the world's best ice climbers compete for a of prizes related to a variety of ice climbing events.

Ouray Ice Park is free to the public (but donations are welcomed by the non-profit organization that operates the park). The park is open from mid-December until late March for ice climbing.

About Ouray Ice Park

Ouray is known as an ice-climbing mecca, and Ouray Ice Park is an ice climber's dream. Located walking distance from downtown Ouray, in the Uncompahgre Gorge, the venue has over 100 ice routes covering three miles of vertical terrain. Most of the routes are short distance from the park entrance.

Ouray Ice Park is made for the whole family to enjoy. Some of the ice routes are perfect for kids and ice-climbing novices.

Each January, Ouray Ice Park becomes central to the Ouray Ice Festival. For three days, you can watch the world's best ice climbers compete for a of prizes related to a variety of ice climbing events.

Ouray Ice Park is free to the public (but donations are welcomed by the non-profit organization that operates the park). The park is open from mid-December until late March for ice climbing.

Reviews

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This place is amazing! The cabins here are so cute, the hosts are really nice and helpful, and they were clean too! The cabin had a nice deck where you could eat and a great small kitchen that allowed you to cook easily.

Elyssa Looney from Google Reviews
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This place is amazing. The deck faces the river and is so peaceful. It was so quiet. The cabin has all the amenities you need. It's fully equipped with all utensils and cookwear. There are plenty of outlets and plenty of room to keep personal items out of the way.
Melissa Silver from Google Reviews
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These cabins are new and super clean. They are well equipped and in a great walking location to town. Peaceful views of the mountains and creek from the deck. We will definitely be back.


heather s from TripAdvisor
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This place is amazing! The cabins here are so cute, the hosts are really nice and helpful, and they were clean too! The cabin had a nice deck where you could eat and a great small kitchen that allowed you to cook easily.

Elyssa Looney from Google Reviews
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This place is amazing. The deck faces the river and is so peaceful. It was so quiet. The cabin has all the amenities you need. It's fully equipped with all utensils and cookwear. There are plenty of outlets and plenty of room to keep personal items out of the way.
Melissa Silver from Google Reviews
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These cabins are new and super clean. They are well equipped and in a great walking location to town. Peaceful views of the mountains and creek from the deck. We will definitely be back.
heather s from TripAdvisor
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