Dispersed
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Goose Creek Campground

Located approximately a two-hour drive southwest of Denver, at an elevation of 7,723', the Goose Creek Campground offers an opportunity for developed camping near the Lost Creek Wilderness. Recreational opportunties in the area include fishing, hiking, mountain biking, and scenic drives. Goose Creek runs through the campground and generally runs year round. Although not deep, the buddling brook supplies soothing sounds, opportunities for fishing, and a quaint atmosphere for camping. The Goose Creek Trailhead is close by and affords acces to the Lost Creek Wilderness via the Hankins Pass #630 and the Goose Creek #612 trails and is one of the reasons visitors use this campground.

As the only campground surviving the Hayman Fire, this little area is an oasis of green among the burnt surroundings. Being just minutes away from the Lost Creek Wilderness, this small campground is convienient for those hiking the Goose Creek or Hankins Pass trails and sees heavy use throughout the camping season. Host is available on site.

Operator
National Forest
Access
Drive In
Hike In
Features
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Toilets
Location
Goose Creek Campground is located in Colorado
Latitude
39.1712 N
Longitude
-105.3602 W
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Directions
From Denver, travel US Highway 285 south approximately 20 miles to Pine Junction. Turn south on to Jefferson County Route 126. Take 126 south for approximately 22 miles to National Forest System Road 211, also known as the Matukat road. Travel west on NFSR 211 approximately 11 miles to the campground. Travel time is around 2 hours from Denver.
2 Reviews of Goose Creek Campground
Great spot!

Lucked out and got site 6 around noon on a Saturday. Had access to the creek and hiking trails. Felt secluded. One of our favorite spots in Colorado!

First to Review
Awesome spot

Plenty of water when we went March of last year. Hiking is on the right side. Camping on the left. There are some pretty neat sites if you are in shape enough to get back there to then.