Southern Ute Museum

Southern Ute Indian Tribe


Southern Ute Museum - Jeremy Wade Shockley | Southern Ute Drum

Welcome to the Southern Ute Indian Tribe! It is good that you are here. We offer a family-friendly environment off the beaten path in Southwest Colorado. If you would like to learn about Southern Ute history and culture, explore the borderlands of Colorado and New Mexico, and relax in crowd-free, beautiful spaces, please visit.

Southern Ute Cultural Center and Museum

We offer interactive exhibits and hands-on activities for all ages. In the summer, we offer cultural programming every Wednesday from 3:00pm-5:00pm. Click through to our site for more information.

Southern Ute Museum
Southern Ute Museum – Robert Ortiz | Southern Ute Drum

Sky Ute Casino Resort

The Sky Ute Casino Resort offers hotel lodging and RV camping, gaming, dining, meetings and banquets, entertainment, concerts, boxing, bowling and events.

Sky Ute Fairgrounds and RV Park

The Sky Ute Fairgrounds and RV Park hosts the annual Southern Ute Tribal Fair and Powwow, rodeos, horse and cattle shows. The RV park has 64 full hook-up sites with shower and laundromat.

RV Park
RV park – Don Scott | Southern Ute Shared Services

SunUte Community Center

The SunUte Community Center offers a 5,000 sq.ft. fitness center, swimming pool with 75 ft. lap lanes, gymnasium with two high school regulation sized basketball/volleyball courts and rock climbing wall, softball/baseball fields, archery range, and play park.

SunUte Fitness Floor
Fitness Area – Nancy S. Young | Southern Ute Shared Services

Lake Capote

Lake Capote offers camping and fishing.

Lake Capote
Lake Capote

Hunting and Fishing

Plentiful hunting and fishing opportunities can be found on the Southern Ute Reservation.

Fishing – Jeremy Wade Shockley | Southern Ute Drum

Nearby Attractions (within 60 miles)

Aztec Ruins National Monument

Chimney Rock National Monument

Mesa Verde

Lake Nighthorse Recreation Area

Navajo Lake State Park (NM)

Navajo State Park (CO)

Salmon Ruins Museum

San Juan National Forest

Tracks Across the Borders Byway

City and County