Standard (tent/RV)
Cabins
Group
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Equestrian
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Mueller State Park
Operator
State
Access
Drive In
Walk In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Market
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Reservable
Sanitary Dump
No Sewer Hookups
Showers
Toilets
Trash Available
No Water Hookups
No WiFi
Location
Mueller State Park is located in Colorado
Latitude
38.89 N
Longitude
-105.164 W
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28 Reviews of Mueller State Park
Great Amenities

We love this CG!  It is in a beautiful part of Colorado, centrally located to many attractions.  The CG itself is large, but spread out well.  All sites are paved and fairly level, all have electricity and there are even a few cabins for rental.  What makes this park great is the huge trail system, trails are all around and all at various levels of difficulties and lengths.  Wildlife is abundant and the sites themself are well maintained.  Each site has a fire ring, electrical hook up and picnic table.  Water spigots are nearby, RV dump is included with stay (and you can fill up with fresh water too).  They have a laundromat and shower house as well as several bathrooms located throughout the campground with flush toilets.  They have nightly educational programs and the rangers have always been polite to us.  Firewood is available for sale at the CG entrance.

Nice area

Really great views. Clean, level campsites. We stayed in conifer 25. Close to comfort station and playground. Coin showers but are super clean.

Beautiful

Very pretty campground. Deer came through our campsite.

One of my favorite places!

Great hikes, fishing, cabins and views.

Amazing!

By far my favorite campground in Colorado. Sites all have great views and are paved. The park is clean and rangers are always around checking in. Close to town and great hikes. Canโ€™t wait to go back!

Beautiful campground but..

No dogs allowed on trails. They are allowed in the campsite, and on the roads, but thatโ€™s it. The campsites have shade and space, and there are beautiful trails for hiking and mountain biking, but the no dogs is a line for us. 

We don't have little ones anymore, but there was a huge playground that would be a bonus for those who do.

Nice, lots of trails

A lot of miles of hiking/ biking trails. Rv camp sites are close together, but well maintained. I'll be back.

Prospectors Ridge Site 065 ๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿผ

Our family of 5.5 (Iโ€™m 20 wks pregnant) tent camped at site 065 at Prospectors Ridge . It is the furthest walk in site but the view IS AMAZING. About 350 yds to walk so keep that in mind when hauling in stuff. The vault toilets are at the parking lot and clean and there is water there too. A short walk from the parking lot, there is a nice playground, washing machines, showers, bathrooms, water jug filling stations, vending machines. There is a change machine there too Bc you need quarters for showers and using the washer and dryers. The days are hot at this time and the nights are cool. There are large bear boxes for use. There was a nice man driving a gator around offering firewood every night but we had some. Camp sites are a little close but still private . Several short (1 mile ish) hikes at this park and a nice visitor center! We would go again! Iโ€™m not sure weโ€™d chose the last site but the view was unbeatable.

Large campground

This is a really large campground for a state site, the weekend we visited it was full with no available sites. It should be noted that this campground does not allow for day use, only overnight camping. There are many trailhead from the campground and lots of families and kids but many of the trails do not allow for dogs, so be aware of that as well. It does offer many amenities like a dump station and playgrounds. We will come back later in the fall and hopefully it will be less busy. We like the quiet outdoors so this was a little busy for us.

Beautiful views

Beautiful place to camp with electric hookups. My kids loved playing at the playground and exploring the nearby national monument of Florissant Fossil Beds. Was very chilly at night when we went in June.