Free camping (dispersed) is allowed on most national forest lands except in highly developed areas - such as trailheads, campgrounds and picnic sites - and in some of our most visited places. Be sure to check for regulations in advance and look for signs in the area to indicate if camping is…
- Drive-InPark next to your site
- Walk-InPark in a lot, walk to your site.
- Tent Sites
- RV Sites
- Standard (Tent/RV)
- Phone Service
Plenty of space between spots. Not too crowded when we arrived. We picked a site with more trees rather than over looking the mountain. Had to pick up some trash and shells in our campsite.
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Pulled into the first campsite with a small teardrop camper. Campsite had a fire ring. If you go further down the road a high clearance vehicle is necessary the road gets worse as you go further. Lots of trash at the campsite. Overall, woke up to a nice view of mountains. Only stayed one night. You…
We tent camped one night here, arrived at 3pm on a Friday, and found a site on the north side of the road. Views to the south and east, couldn't see the rocky peaks with snow to the west from our site. There's city glow from Boulder but still dark enough to see plenty of stars to the southwest.…
Forest Road 332 Dispersed is located in Colorado