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Small campground right on the Yampa River

This small campground is primarily a river access site but there are a handful of designated campsites.  Located right off US 40, access is easy and most sized rigs will fit.  While right off the highway, US 49 is very quiet at night with almost zero traffic.  Good for a stop over while passing through.  Sites are level.

This is dry camping and cost was $15 when we stayed.

Nice place for quick stopover

Stayed here one night, nice clean bathrooms and showers. Full site hookups.

Secluded campground in the middle of nowhere.

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.

No fuss, big sites

Quiet place with the sound of a babbling river running along the edge of the camp. They have a few pull throughs, several large back in and a few smaller back in sites. They also offer a large open field for dry camping. No showers, but, a few porta potties around the camp. Fire rings and picnic tables at each site. The water spigots are housed in small insulated enclosures. The sewer connections are varied distances, extensions are probably needed. Our sewer connection has a small uphill to it, but still slightly below our tank bottoms. Good space between sites, some are quite remote from others. On location camp host was swift. The WiFI was poor even with the camp half empty. I walked around and did some speed tests around the camp, best speed was 500kb. No Verizon service, decent TMobile service.

Empty & Quiet

The 7 campsites at East Marvine Campground were surprisingly empty in mid-July and the neighboring Marvine Campground was only half full.  Site 1 is a pull-thru near the restrooms.

Open late-May to late-October 

First Come First Served

$20 per night +$5 for horse corrals 

50ft max RV length

The big attraction in the area seems to be the East Marvine Trail and Marvine Trail that leads into the Flat Tops Wilderness.  Very popular for pack trips.  We saw quite a few horse trailers in the area.

Quiet & Relaxing

This campground was less than half full.  Trailhead for East Marvine Trail and Marvine Trail is not far from the campground entrance.  Both trails lead into the Flat Tops Wilderness and are popular for pack rides.  Horse corrals are available at the trailhead and nearby East Marvine Campground for an additional $5 / night.

Great state park!

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!

Beautiful!!!!

A cut above the rest. This campground is off road. Has no bathrooms nor water source. But offers hiking, rockclimbing and just peace and quiet. We stayed here for two days and it was absolutely gorgeous to hike all of the mountain trails. We arrived on Wednesday and found a huge sure and there was nobody around for miles.   We set up our tent and built a fire and are dinner snd watch the sun set it was magnificent.   After dinner We climbed all over the rocks that were around our campsite and hike to the top of the rock Peak. We could see for miles in the landscape is gorgeous. We will definitely go back to this campsite and hopefully take family on our next adventure.

Nice, but not great for tents

This was a nice shady campground. Lots of shade, vault toilets, and water spigots. The ground was very rocky and undeveloped, not great for tents. We kept sliding while we slept. Plus, there weren’t spots for the tents, we had to place them in the RV pull through areas. Not likely to return to this campground

Super cute

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