Yes, our Pagosa wave is sweet. I was on it yesterday at around 2000cfs, and it was a blast, one side of the wave has a soft sweet spot, the other side a big pillow perfect for spinning and doing whatever tricks you are able to do. We've had a lot of ups and downs getting this one wave, and we are supposed to get a number of other play features put in, so keep checking us out, this is a worthwhile place to come just for the wave. For those who like to soak, the new hotsprings spot is called the Overlook, it's right up on main street, a stones throw from the wave, and only costs 7$ for non locals, or 5$ for locals, and you can drink a beer in there too if you want. It is the better option than the ever expensive other Springs. For camping, if you want a close campground, the Pagosa Riverside campground is less than 2 miles east of town off hwy 160, or if you go a few miles further east than that, there is plenty of Nat'l Forest camping up the East fork road, or West fork road. Stop in and eat at Kips if you come to town, its the happening spot!