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Most Recent Lewis Camping Reviews
Nice hidden gem

We loved this place! A bit off the beaten path, but the people and the views are great. Really nice campground with spacious spots. The only downside was that the service (AT&T and Verizon was pretty spotty). We will definitely be back!

October oasis

We camped here in mid October as a stopover between Sedona, AZ and Telluride, CO. The place was very full and several people who arrived after us (5:00pm) did not get a spot. Loop A is quieter as it’s farthest from the bridge/highway above Loop B. Loop A was 100% tents when we were there. Loop B was mostly RV, but we did see a couple of tents there too. Vault toilet was clean. Coming from the red rocks of the Sedona area….arrived to peak fall colors with the golden trees ablaze. It was fantastic. 80 degrees day/40 degrees night. It’s a cool location that really does feel like an oasis with the trees and water.

Awesome.

This is a great campground!

Good for a short stop over

Nice spot next to the river. Most people were in campers, but we found a nice spot in the trees next to the river that was a little more private for our tent. Lots of street noise so we only stayed one night but quick access to telluride. Only one table in the middle of the parking lot.

The bougiest in the best way

This campground is beautiful. Lives up to its name. Also

Low on amenities but high on solitude and beauty

Bradfield is a very nice BLM managed campground. Set down in the canyon of the Dolores River below McPhee Reservoir. Campground has 17 improved campsites with picnic tables and fire pits. There is one hand pump for fresh water. No electric or dump station. $8.00 per night.

Dolores River Canyon is absolutely beautiful. The river is crystal clear and there is resident trout swimming about. Fishing is allowed but some stretches are catch and release. The canyon surrounds the campground so light pollution is blocked and the night sky is wonderful.

We stayed here for 5 nights in our 5th wheel. Highly recommend this campground!!

Not sure if overnight camping is allowed.

We stayed here one night with our 32’ fifth wheel. There was only one viable sight for a big RV by the pavilion. The road leading to this area is not conducive for big rigs. I had to put my truck in four wheel to get out. There is no signs stating “no camping” but there is a sign that says the park is closed from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. We liked the area a lot but all day there were local people coming to park next to us to also enjoy the lake. We planned on staying for a couple of days but left the next day. We wouldn’t stay here again.

Not sure if overnight camping is allowed.

We stayed here one night with our 32’ fifth wheel. There was only one viable sight for a big RV by the pavilion. The road leading to this area is not conducive for big rigs. I had to put my truck in four wheel to get out. There is no signs stating “no camping” but there is a sign that says the park is closed from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. We liked the area a lot but all day there were local people coming to park next to us to also enjoy the lake. We planned on staying for a couple of days but left the next day. We wouldn’t stay here again.

If peace and quiet is your goal!

Beautiful spot on the Delores River. $8/night. Lovely babbling sounds from the river as it heads south from the San Juan Mountains - after being captured and released from McPhee Reservoir. Interesting story that chronicles the river and jumps off from this site ( https://www.outsideonline.com/2399557/dolores-river-colorado-climate-change ). Vault toilets (please remember to keep the lid down). Water available from central pump. Must haul trash out. On a Sunday there we two other campers. Nice and quiet! Long well graded gravel road from Hwy 491.

Peace & Deer

We arrived at night and accidentally scared away a dozen deer as we set up camp (oops). Fell asleep to beautiful starry skies, and woke up to the sound of birds and waves :) We were the only ones there so it was super private and peaceful!! It’s also super close to town and an easy drive to the site!