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I haven't actually stayed here yet but it's on my list. I did have a picnic down by the river and walked the grounds. It's a nice quiet place and like I said I will be back to RV camp. They have water front sites for tent camping and rv hookups up the hill. The cabins looked really nice too! This campground is right on the glenwood canyon bike trail that goes all the way into glenwood springs! Will return and do recommend.
Very peaceful campground near spectacular black canyon. The B loop has electric hookups. When we were there, it was First Come First Served. We arrived in late Sept on a Sunday for one night, arriving around 2:30 pm. We found a site easily but in the hour after that there were no more sites in B Loop. Ranger was super nice and she shared interesting info about black canyon. Nice hike directly from the campground to many of the canyon lookouts and visitor center. Beautiful sunsets and evening light!
I drove up this past weekend for some mid January winter camping and was not disappointed. The road appeared to be rarely traveled and it took some effort just to get my Tacoma to the start of the dispersed camping with no hopes of making it further down the road due to deep snow. Plenty of firewood and gorgeous views, will definitely be returning when it’s a little warmer out.
We just spent a night but like most Colorado state parks, this one is top notch. The sites are well spaced but since it's wide open, not a lot of privacy. Cell service was weak but some had a booster and they had a decent signal.
The view of the reservoir is very nice. Would stay again.
I went here with my boyfriend and some family and it was so peaceful. All the trees on the campground make you feel like there really isn’t anyone else nearby. The best part is Twin Lake is only a short drive away. Great Lake for kite flying too!
Miles of FS roads right off the main park entry road, 347, before you reach the park entrance. Roads are pretty rough, but pick a site not too far along if you have a trailer. I would not suggest trying to drive your class C or A in here-go into the park and pay for a spot. Check conditions-muddy or snowy would definitely make access tough. I went to watch the Leonids meteor shower (sad showing) and found a great spot open to the sky. Plenty of spots with shade as well. Endless hiking along the roads.
Please leave your site cleaner than you found it.
A small but beautiful campground with awesome waterfalls, caves, and hiking. There are 13 RV/tent sites and 7 walk-in tent sites. The campground gets crowded during the weekends with hikers and fishermen so parking can be an issue. The bathhouse has pit toilets only and no sinks. There are dumpsters and a potable water point. Great place to get away and unwind for the weekend.