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About Timberline Campground

The Timberline Campground, near Kenosha Pass, is about 7 miles southwest of the small town of Grant. The abundance of aspens at the site creates impressive fall scenery along the forested hillside. Wildlife in the area includes golden eagles, elk, mule deer, moose, chipmunks and porcupines.


The Colorado Trail is located within one mile of the campground and offers abundant hiking, biking and horseback riding opportunities. The epic 471-mile trail stretches across Colorado from Denver to Durango. Visitors may also enjoy fishing in Hoosier Creek.


No drinking water is available and the roads through the campground are dirt and gravel. Each loop has a parking spur, picnic table, campfire ring and grill. There are 2 vault toilets within the campground.

Firewood may be purchased at the nearby Kenosha Pass Campground.

Natural Features

The family campsites are divided into two loops, that are separated by a rise. Both loops sit among a stand of aspen, spruce and lodgepole pines along Hoosier Creek. The campground sits at an altitude of 9,700 feet and features mild summer temperatures and cool nights.

Nearby Attractions

Fairplay, Colorado, once a frontier boomtown, is home to the South Park City Museum, which includes 34 authentic historical buildings and 60,000 artifacts.

ADA Access: N

$22.00 - $44.00
National Forest
Drive In
Walk In
ADA Accessible
Firewood Available
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Timberline Campground is located in Colorado
39.4319 N
-105.7619 W
Get Directions
From Denver, Colorado, take Highway 285 southwest to Park County Rd. 58. Turn right at County Rd. 58 and follow road to Forest Road 125. Turn right and follow road about 0.5 miles to the campground entrance.
2 Reviews of Timberline Campground

On top of the world it seems. Lots of animals in camp that cruise by. Mainly elk n moose..bighorn sheep too down the road.. Fishing and trails..nice sceneries..

First to Review
Awesome in off season

Visit this campground in early spring! We practically had the campground to ourselves!

Word of caution, it did unexpectedly hail for about 20 mins but we had our camper and could seek shelter.

There are pit toilets and a water station. Campground host came by… frequently… he seemed lonely but was nice.

Great ATV trails close by, just respect the signs and limits.

If you visit in summer or early fall, expect this site to be full.