Included in the Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association:
Capstone Village


Chris Mountain Village


Eaton Pagosa Estates


Lake Forest Estates


Lake Hatcher Park


Lake Pagosa Park


Lakeview Estates


Lakewood Village


Mallard Point


Martinez Mountain Estates


North Village Lake


Pagosa Highlands Estates


Pagosa in the Pines 1


Pagosa in the Pines 2


Pagosa Meadows 2,3,4


Pagosa Trails


Pagosa Vista


The Ranch Community


South Shore Estates


Twincreek Village


http://www.plpoa.com/
Excellent PLPOA website with LOTS of information.


Not included in the PLPOA:
Chris Mountain Ranch


Colorado's Timber Ridge


Pagosa Alpha


Pagosa Lakes Ranch

 

Pagosa Meadows 1


Park Meadows


Powder Horn


The Reserve at Pagosa Peak

 

Neighborhoods - which area is right for me?

This website focuses on "Pagosa West", which includes Pagosa Lakes and select surrounding neighborhoods. Link to specific subdivisions on the left.

 

Pagosa Lakes

 

Pagosa Peak across Lake Forest
Colorfest balloon rally every Fall in Pagosa Springs
Aerial view of Pagosa Lakes
On the golf course in Pagosa Lakes
A lakefront home on Lake Pagosa
Pagosa Peak across Pinon Lake
Log home in Lake Forest Estates
Larger parcels in Pagosa Lakes are popular for horses
Home in Pagosa Meadows
Alpenglow on the Eastern Range
The North Range from Pagosa Lakes Ranch
thumbnail of MLS Areas map

Pagosa Lakes is the resort area that begins at Piedra Road, about 3 miles west of Downtown Pagosa Springs

 

Pagosa Lakes proper is an unincorporated planned community, governed since 1970 by the Pagosa Lakes Property Owners Association (PLPOA).  It covers approximately 14,000 acres (twenty one square miles) of scenic rolling terrain, and includes over 20 subdivisions, plus numerous condominium and timeshare properties.   This area is the population center of Archuleta County, where most of the people live.

 

Snow capped mountain peaks behind Lake ForestMost of the lots north of Hwy 160 range from 1/4 to 1/2 acre. With just a couple of remaining exceptions, this area has central water & sewer in place, with mostly underground electric and phone lines.

 

The larger parcels (3-5 acres) in the Meadows and Martinez Mountain Estates are not served with central sewer and require individual septic systems.

 

Main roads are paved, but most are gravel. Some areas have natural gas availability.

 

bass fishing on Lake ForestThere are five man-made lakes in the area, 4 of which are stocked each spring with trout and bass. There are also self-sustaining populations of green sunfish, yellow perch and western white suckers.  For the most part, current Colorado state fishing regulations are made a part of the regulatory system on the lakes.

 

Annual fishing permits for property owners are very reasonably priced on an individual or family basis.

 

Permits are also available to sponsored guests of property owners.

No jet skis or motor boats are allowed on any of the lakes, and no snowmobiles on the ice.

There is no swimming in the lakes.

 

 

indoor pool at the Recreation CenterFor swimmers there is an indoor pool at the Ralph Eaton Recreation Center (and a hot tub). The Rec Center also has aweight room with exercise machines, a 1,500 sq. ft. general purpose room where fitness classes are held, and 2 courts that can be used for racquetball, handball, walleyball and basketball. Outdoors there is sand-volleyball court, a small playground, a picnic gazebo and a basketball court. There are locker room facilities for both sexes and 2 family changing rooms. Use of the Rec Center is available to property owners and their guests at very reasonable prices.

 

 

In 2014 the Rec Center began undergoing the first phase of an extensive rennovation.

Daily visit rates and punch cards for multiple visits are available to PLPOA members and sponsored guests.

 

Pagosa Lakes features a 27-hole golf courseA twenty-seven-hole golf course meanders through the lower lakes area. Trails are now being implemented throughout the Pagosa Lakes area to provide walking, hiking and jogging paths.

 

The Village Center, at the south end of Pagosa Lakes, forms the core area for shopping with a supermarket, gas stations, fast food and fine dining restaurants, coffee shops, veterinary services, liquor store, gift shops and other services shops.

 

Fire protection is provided by the Pagosa Fire Protection District. Law enforcement is provided by the Archuleta County Sheriff's Department.

 

Each subdivision has its own Declarations of Restrictions, which do vary somewhat from each other. They are available for review on the PLPOA website.  

Pagosa Lakes Property Owners' Association (PLPOA): http://www.plpoa.com

PLPOA annual dues for 2017 are $230