Top Tent Camping near Chromo, CO

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Best Tent Sites Near Chromo, CO (26)

    Camper-submitted photo from Turkey Creek Road
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      Stunner

      2 Reviews
      15 Saves
      Rio Grande National Forest, Colorado

      Stunner campground sits at 9700-foot in elevation beside the Alamosa River, two miles below the top of Stunner Pass. There are 5 campsites with tables, fire pits, a vault-type toilet, and adequate parking.

      There is no water supply, so plan to bring your own. Firewood is limited. Convenient trailer spaces available. The Alamosa River is nearby for fishing. Unfortunately, naturally acidic water severely limits fishing in the Alamosa River between Stunner Campground and Terrace Reservoir. Big game hunting is possible.

      The ghost town of Stunner is just east of the campground. This was a mining town that failed, due to nonproducing mines and transportation problems. Parts of the town are private property, so pack out all your trash and observe posted no-trespassing signs.

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      Lower Lagunitas Campground

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      7 Saves
      Chama, New Mexico

      12 campsites at 10,400' in Upper and Lower Lagunitas areas are adjacent to breath-taking Cruces Basin.

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      • ADA Access
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      • Group
      • Standard (Tent/RV)
      Camper-submitted photo from Upper Lagunitas Campground
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      Upper Lagunitas Campground

      1 Review
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      8 Saves
      Chama, New Mexico
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      • Standard (Tent/RV)
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      • Picnic Table
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          Los Pinos

          1 Review
          10 Saves
          Antonito, Colorado

          4 developed campsites + dispersed camping at 8000' with superb river fishing access just west of NM Game & Fish Recreation Area

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            Buzzard Park

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            Arboles, Colorado

            4 sites for dispersed camping at 7300' in ponderosa forest west of Jicarilla Apache Reservation

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              Red Lake Trailhead, Trail 733

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              3 Saves
              Chama, New Mexico

              The Red Lake trailhead is on FDR 114, approx. 2 1/4 miles from Highway 17. The parking area is large enough to accommodate horse trailers and other vehicles. There is also another smaller turnaround on FDR 114 at the dead end.

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              Navajo Lake Relax Wild-u-can (group campsite)

              1 Review
              15 Photos
              2 Saves
              Navajo Dam, New Mexico

              Are you searching for a place that’s affordable and adventurous to take your family? Would you go camping if you could avoid the hassle and frustration of setting up and actually finding an available campsite? Our campground is designed for you. We offer 4 individual campsites with dome tents that are setup and ready to go. The property is intended for group camp-outs. Escape the craziness of the State park to a private place just up the road where you can “Relax Wild-u-can!”

              Designed to make camping easy. The properties features include; lighted walking trails, a shaded central hosting area with a bbq grill, some outdoor games, 4 individual campsites with 3 person dome tents and a restroom. All you need to do is pack your sleeping bags, cooler and show up.

              A loop drive allows you to bring your boats, ATV’s, UTV’s, toys and family along. Intended for lake-goers, hunters, outfitters, sportsman and good-timing people of all kinds who crave some wild in their life. Each site has its own privacy and feel yet they are arranged in a way that makes it a great place to host your family, scout crew, youth group or hunting party for your next outing. We offer you a private camping experience located far enough from the main areas of the lake where you can enjoy a quiet night under the stars or keep the party going all night long.

              RELAX is part of our Live Wild~u~can properties located just minutes north of the Navajo Lake state park, (home of the top marina in the country). Situated on a high mesa overlooking the Pine river to the east and the Quality Waters of the San Juan to the the west. Conveniently positioned on the border of the renowned 2A and 2B big game units. Many records have been set in the surrounding hills and waters. Encompassed by endless miles of public land to explore loaded with wildlife and a rich cultural history. You just never know what you might find. Escape the chaos and headache of State park accommodations, to a place that has a little more freedom, privacy and piece of mind. Just bring your crew to Relax! Link up with our other near by properties for Rv and glamping experiences. Whether you are seeking individual sites or planning your next family reunion be sure to stay Wild~U~Can.

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              $100 / night

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