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Lynx Pass Campground

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Medicine Bow-Routt NFs & Thunder Basin NG

DESCRIPTION:__Located in the Gore Pass area on the__Routt National Forest. Lynx Pass campground is a small campground hosting 11 sites and__can be found__on Forest Service Road 270__between the towns of Kremmling, CO__and Yampa, CO (off__ HWY 134)The__Lynx Pass Campground and__surrounding area offers outdoor enthusiasts an opportunity to enjoy the simple pleasure of being outside. The campground__is surrounded in lodgepole pine offering mostly shade, with a secluded, natural and primitive feel and can accommodate tents,__campers, and trailers. This campground is popular for__big game hunting in__the fall.__Max Length for__campers/trailers:__18 feet__Amenities:Picnic table at each siteFire grate at each sitePotable water__Trash service1 vault toiletSeveral trailheads nearbyElevation & Weather:__At 8,989 ft, campers can expect cold evenings and cool mornings__even during the warm summer months and snow-covered sites into the 2nd week of June.__Recreation Opportunities at Lynx Pass:Mountain biking:__Tepee Creek Trail #1173__,__Morrison Divide (Muddy Slide) Trail #1174__E-Biking (allowed on motorized trails and roads ONLY):__Morrison Divide (Muddy Slide) Trail #1174__ATV Trail:__Morrison Divide (Muddy Slide) Trail #1174 (usda.gov)__PLEASE NOTE: Trail is narrow and ALL ATVS MUST BE UNDER 50___ in width. Violators will be fined. ATV's MUST BE TRAILERED FROM THE CAMPGROUND TO THE TRAILHEAD.Hiking trails (30-minute drive to__the Sarvis Creek Wilderness Area__near Stagecoach Reservoir):__Sarvis Creek Wilderness__Fishing is popular at Lagunita Lake__just a short walk__from the campground.Other Recreation Areas Nearby:3.5 miles - Rock Creek Recreation Area__6 miles - Blacktail Creek CampgroundRed Dirt Reservoir and dispersed camping recreation areaClosest Towns:Toponas, COYampa, COKremmling, CO__Directions:__Lynx Pass Campground can be accessed on its northern end via County Road 16 from Stagecoach State Park/Oak Creek, and from the southern end via State Highway 134. State Highway 134 can be accessed from either HWY 40 (Kremmling, CO) or__from Steamboat Springs or Yampa, CO via HWY 131.____

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Location

Lynx Pass Campground is located in Colorado

Detail location of campground

Directions

From Yampa, go 11 miles south on CO 131, 9 miles east on CO 134 , then 3 miles north on Forest Road 270.

Coordinates

40.105560832 N
106.682818062 W

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  • Drive-In
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Site Types

  • Tent Sites
  • RV Sites
  • Standard (Tent/RV)

Features

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  • Trash
  • Firewood Available
  • Drinking Water
  • Toilets
  • Alcohol

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7 Reviews

M
Reviewed Aug. 14, 2020

A perfect family campground

I hesitate to write a review only because I don’t want this campground to get overcrowded. This was the perfect campground in our opinion! It was easy to find a campsite on a Saturday night in August, the bathrooms were clean, the dirt road in was smooth, there weren’t pesky mosquitos, grey jays or even squirrels around. The sites were spread out enough so that you didn’t feel like you were on top of each other and the picnic tables, fire pit and grills were all in good shape. A good mix of shade and sun on almost every site. We’ll be back!

  • Review photo of Lynx Pass Campground by Molly D., August 14, 2020
Cory M.
Reviewed Jul. 18, 2020

Great time!

We were the only one in the campground when we visited. Which was lovely! The bathrooms and campground in general was very clean! Really enjoyed our stay!

Heather C.
Reviewed Jul. 14, 2020

Secluded, quiet and lovely!

Great campground with 11 sites. A small lake nearby with a few hiking/biking trails

Courtney L.
Reviewed Jul. 28, 2019

Great weekend at lynx pass!

Great spot for a weekend of tenting! Plenty of spots available when we came in late on Friday night. Dumpster, vault toilets, and water pump available. No campground host or firewood available. $10 a night fee. We stayed in spot 10 which offered nice tree cover and a clearing to watch the sun set. A pond within walking distance was stocked with trout for some fishing. Tons of ohv and mountain bike trails nearby. Tons of wildflowers in July! Great place to get away from road noise.

  • Review photo of Lynx Pass Campground by Courtney L., July 28, 2019
  • Review photo of Lynx Pass Campground by Courtney L., July 28, 2019
  • Review photo of Lynx Pass Campground by Courtney L., July 28, 2019
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Reviewed Jul. 25, 2019

Gorgeous remote campground

Basic campground in a gorgeous setting. Each site has a picnic table and a fire pit. There’s a vault toilet in the middle of the campground with hand sanitizer. Hand pump for water. No cell phone service. Dirt road to get there, but regular car will do fine.

Walk ups only. Weekends might be crowded but weekdays were empty. $10 per night.

Pros: — Beautiful remote place — Most sites have ample shade from the trees, some have views on the nearby lake

Cons: — Toilets didn’t have toilet paper — Dumpster was full — No host on duty

G
Reviewed May. 23, 2019

Great, quiet, clean.

I arrived here about 3 or 4 in the afternoon. I was alone in the C.G. Clouds were building so I set up my tarp and pulled out my camp chair. The timing was perfect. About 5 minutes later the rain started. It lasted about 20 min then stopped. I found the pump and filled my water bag and then filtered it. The water was rust colored but the filter cleaned it up.
There is a small lake a few hundred yards away, which I didn't try fishing in, no gear. About an hour later 2 guys came in on bicycles followed by a ranger on patrol. Wonderful place to stay. I hope to return with a fishing pole.

  • Review photo of Lynx Pass Campground by Gary  L., May 23, 2019
Ali W.
Reviewed Sep. 21, 2016

Great, quiet spot near Kremmling

We found this spot looking for dispersed camping one busy weekend with no prevail. We rolled up on this campground on a Saturday afternoon and no body was there. It was $10, but the bathroom facility was the nicest and cleanest latrine I have ever seen. We got a great spot over looking a nice pond. Easy access for any type of vehicle or trailers. Lots of nearby trails for ATV, biking and hiking. This was very quiet and lovely, first come-first serve. If you can't get out til Saturday, I can't imagine this place fills up on a busy weekend!

  • Review photo of Lynx Pass Campground by Ali W., September 21, 2016

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Does Lynx Pass Campground have wifi?

No, according to campers on TheDyrt.com, Lynx Pass Campground does not have wifi.