Celebrated the new year camping. Nice size campsites. Dog friendly. Friendly hosts. Walk-in campsites.
Lots of raccoons. Don't forget to lock your bear box.
We made a quick trip and stayed 1 night. The camp was clean and everyone was really friendly. It is a walk-in camp, so it took some time to unload and pack up, but it wasn't too far. We had some visitors during the night (raccoons) so be sure to lock up your stuff!
Camp site has lots of trees and shades. Friendly camp host. Watch out the raccoons
Enjoyable time during Cotopaxi Questval
We met some friends here and it was a great surprise! We live close by and didn't expect to like being in close quarters with others… didn't think it would feel like nature but it was fantastic. Restrooms clean and campground clean.
This is such a beautiful campground, I can't believe how few people know about it! Was just there for a few nights earlier this week and loved all the wildlife (birds, owls, deer, rabbits, raccoons). Our site was perfect, lots of flat space for tents and still some distance from other aites, nut all the sites seem to be spaced out fairly well so you'll have some privacy. A few things to note:
1. You won't be able to drive up to your campsite. You have to carry your gear in a short distance from the parking lot. Not a big deal, but if you tend to overall, pick a spot closer to The parking lot. This is nice if you're not a fan of cars circling by your campsite constantly.
2. The campground and the beach are dog friendly, but the hiking trails are not.
3. The beach is not right next to the campground, it is a few miles away by car or there are hiking trails that lead to it.
4. Last but not least, the raccoons here are AGGRESSIVE! They won't attack you, but they will walk right up to your camp and try to steal your food. I stupidly left my tent unzipped for a few minutes to run up and use the bathroom at night and came back to find 2 rooting around my things.