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Stayed here one night, nice clean bathrooms and showers. Full site hookups.
Stayed here only for one night, as a stopover before hitting the Grand Tetons National Park. Small campground with only about 6 primaries sites. All with a tent pad and most with picnic tables and fire rings! We did not use due to the fire ban, unfortunately. No amenities other than a vaulted toilet, which smelled pretty bad, but was extremely clean inside. ATT service was poor to none. The road is oddly traveled heavy through the day and night, even though it is gravel and rarely maintained. So road noise was a little unexpected. Locals CRUISE up and down. Other than that, this was an amazing site. You’re secluded from everything and everyone. Zero light pollution, so grab your chair and look up at the stars.
Stayed 3 nights in early September in A loop with 30A service. Each sight had a covered picnic table where I stashed the bikes from the elements. Water spigots provide a sight for container water but not RV hook-up. A bike/walking trail of about 1.1 miles through the trees and near the river was very nice, doing several loops. My brother caught a 16" rainbow which provided supper one night. The grounds are well cared for and sights are nicely spaced. This was our second stay here in 13 months. We will return!
It’s beautiful there’s no water type things but down the canyon there’s a fun rock place to climb around. There’s a toilet but it’s was in some bad shape def needed a cleaning cause wow. A lot of blue jays and shade good space fire ring and amazing stars the echo off the unusual mountain side where really cool we also saw a chubby snake making his way around saw some bones too I would come back I liked it besides the toilet not a very crowded camp ground
Convenient, high quality features and great communication!
This is a really neat camp for those looking to get away from the normal summer Colorado crowds. It’s in a gorgeous limestone canyon. I think there are 7 sites in juniper trees under hundred foot limestone walls. No cell service for me (ATT) but very quiet and peaceful. Please leave it cleaner than you found it. On this visit it was very clean and this was right after 4th of July weekend. This is a great soot to break up the drive from central Colorado to The Tetons.
Good spot to stop and shower/do laundry in between primitive camping. Each site has a picnic table and a fire pit, the table has cover. Good cell phone coverage. Playground. Showers, laundry. Reservations (at least one day ahead) required.
Pros: — clean facilities: flush toilets, showers (coin operated), washing and drying machines — easy access — right by Yampa River — sites are spacious
Cons: — very few trees — no privacy at all