The view from your campsite at this KOA is buena indeed - a panorama of five 14,000-foot-plus peaks frames this mountain valley. Tucked among rocks and shaded by pinon pines, the campground is a few miles southeast of the small resort town of Buena Vista and a mile from the Arkansas River. Hike or bike on public land adjacent on three sides of the KOA. Your hosts can arrange for a wide variety of other pursuits - such as rafting, fishing, ATVing, jeeping and soaking in hot springs - or direct you to hiking trails, ghost towns and rockhounding sites. At KOA, play sand volleyball, basketball and horseshoes. Breakfast is served summer mornings in the Cook Shack. Enjoy this quiet and tranquil setting. Groups are welcome. Email: email@example.com. Max pull thru: 105 ft. Your hosts: Dom and Helen Burns. 2 miles south of Buena Vista: Turn east onto US 24/285, then go 1.3 miles. KOA is on the north side of the highway on CR 303.