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Official

Established Camping

Cimarron Campground

About

National Park Service

Curecanti National Recreation Area

Cimarron Campground is located 20 miles (32 km) east of Montrose, CO on U.S. Highway 50 at the site of Cimarron, a historic narrow gauge railroad town. The campground accommodates tents to medium sized RVs. All sites are first-come, first-served and the campground rarely fills. Railroad exhibits are adjacent to the campground. Crystal Reservoir near Morrow Point Dam is approximately 1.5 miles away (2.4 km).

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Location

Cimarron Campground is located in Colorado

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Directions

Cimarron Campground directions and information are available at https://www.nps.gov/cure/planyourvisit/camp_cimarron.htm.

Coordinates

38.444304 N
107.555543 W

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2 Reviews

J
Reviewed Sep. 4, 2023

Quiet

We were there in late august and were only one of 3 sites being used. Bathrooms were clean. Drinking water. Quick drive to Black Canyon. Also some cool train displays nearby.

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Dave M.
Reviewed Sep. 29, 2021

Hidden Gem with awesome attractions around the corner

passing thru with our 45 foot toyhauler. combined with the truck we are 63 feet long and fit just fine. arrived 2pm ish and left next morning around 10am. Quiet and clean is the best way to describe it. They have a free self guided tour of the trains used in the 1800's that carried brave passengers thru the rocky mountains and thru the bottom of the royal gorge! Make sure you follow the road up to walk the bridge and visit the dam.

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