We chose to stay here while many other camp grounds were full.. not a bad choice, the only drawback is no sewer connect just a sewer dump.. so staying here for and extended time may be a little inconvenient. The area is fantastic, very close to Needle Rock monument and we have driven south to Gunnison and east to Carbondale and Marble. We trail drove Kebler Pass and went over to Lead Basin and Schofield Pass.. easy drive from here. Also, the local farmers markets and Vineyards in Paolia are awesome to visit, fresh apples and honey and pretty good wines! We are here in late Sept thru early Oct. definitely a beautiful time.. the only thing bad about this entire CO trip has been they are in a prolonged drought and the rivers, lakes and reservoirs are all very low. Overall we are very pleased with the facility and staff.
We stayed at site 44. I feel like most of the spots are more suited for RVs and not tents, but we made it work. We were near the bathrooms which were clean. The camp hosts were very nice. It’s a great state park. Hiking, swimming, fishing. Tons of fun!