Standard (tent/RV)
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Equestrian
Fires Unknown
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Freeman Reservoir

Freeman Reservoir Campground has 18 campsites near Freeman Reservoir which is located at the picnic area and boat ramp, and is separate from the campground.   Fishing is available on Freeman Reservoir but no motor-propelled water craft, including electric or internal combustion engines are permitted on Freeman Reservoir. Campground has a combination of pull-though and back-in sites, vault toilets, potable water and garbage services. Corrals and horse trailer parking are available at the campground. This area accesses several mountain bike, horse and hiking trails. No motorized trails are accessible from this campground.  It is managed by the Hahns Peak/Bears Ears Ranger District and is located in the California Park/Black Mountain area. For more information: Stop in or call the Ranger Station / Visitor Center located in Steamboat Springs 925 Weiss Drive Steamboat Springs, CO 970-870-2299

Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Features
Drinking Water
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Toilets
Location
Freeman Reservoir is located in Colorado
Latitude
40.762 N
Longitude
-107.421 W
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Directions
Directions from Craig, CO. Travel North on Highway 13 for 12 miles, then east on Moffat County Road 11 (Freeman Reservoir Access). Continue on the graveled road for 8 1/2 miles to the recreation area.
2 Reviews of Freeman Reservoir
Passing through

Stopped by to check it out for a future trip… the campsites were ok. Going North from there on the way towards Wyoming is some cool geology.

First to Review
Great family Campground, even better for Fisherfolk

We just returned from a quick overnight at Freeman Res Campground and enjoyed it more than any other camping this Summer. The campsites are well separated, and screened by trees for good privacy. Despite a mostly full campground after dark it was very quiet, no generators, no barking dogs, and no big parties. There is a mixture of pull through, back in, and some tent sites for all camping types. Multiple trailheads start at the campground or close by it. The reservoir is for non-motorized watercraft only, not all campsites can see the reservoir but one loop of sites can. We will go back and hope to enjoy multiple seasons from this campground.