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I would have said 5 stars if it wasn't for all the trash, the sites are all pretty large some more open than others but all were a good distance apart as well. Great spot for mountain biking, hiking, and camping.
My family and I have camped here at various sites many times over the years. We were surprised to see it is now a fee area, at $25.00 a night (more depending on vehicle#). Considering we paid to camp, the facilities were as gross as ever. I don't think we will be returning.
Burning bear is a great, small campground. Sadly, the well water is non-potable, but there is a waterfall down the road where you can get water to filter. The location is great, especially if you want to hike Mt Bierstadt. They do take reservations, so snag one if you can.
I adored this road! There were no more places available but an RV let us set up a tent with a fire pit on the other side of their RV. Close to hikes including Bierdstat and Silver Lake. Roads were good too considering I have a tiny hyundai.
Went up for some close Winter camping back in March. There was still a decent amount of people camping around us but it was super nice and quiet. Spaces are very private the farther back you go. there are 12 numbered sites spaced well apart the farther back you go. I have been here before in the…
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Went to the campground and stayed for five days with my parents and grandma. Not only were the staff super friendly, they helped us get our RV parked and leveled, and continued to check on us during our stay to make sure that we didn’t need anything. All of the staff were super knowledgeable. This…
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Camped at site E22. Close proximity to showers and bathrooms. Parked a 21 foot trailer. Surface was somewhat level. Had to raise the front a bit but wasn't that drastic. Notice-hammocks are not allowed at eagle campground. Understandable, they want to protect the pine trees.
This is a beautiful campground with lots of family-friendly activities to do. They have direct access to the headwaters of the Colorado River. We visited a little late in the season (August) to catch many fish, but we still had fun. We found some tailwaters below the big lakes and caught some…
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This is such a convenient spot to camp! Tons of people camp here. The lake is nice but also just as busy.
Easy to back in, electric.
The sites are nicely spread apart for the most part. The only real issue is the seemingly continuous parade of ATVs. I heard from one of the Sheriff’s Deputies that an ATV rental outfit to the north is recommending people to go to Gordon Gulch. It made sense since there were a lot of helmeted…
This is the first time I've camped in Fall River Road and it is wonderful! Best part, FREE! With hiking trails, water(creek) and a beautiful camp site
We camped during very hot weather. Our campsite, like many others had minimal to no shade. The river is beautiful. Camp is clean, hosts very present
We pulled in late in a 38 ft Class A without a reservation and they had 1 spot in the late check-in box that would accommodate our motor home. Very clean and well maintained RV park. Beautiful view. Extremely friendly staff. Our site had concrete pad…was uneven but totally fine with our auto…
This park is located just outside of Estes Park, right along the river. The park is very clean and the staff is exceptionally helpful. The sites are level, but rather small and close together. There are no trees in most of the sites. The facilities were acceptable, although the pool and hot tub…
We stayed here one night during the week just to escape the Denver heat.
Pros: sites are large and most of them have good privacy/shade. About half the sites are right along the river. The bathroom on site was also cleaner than other campground outhouses.
Cons: the road is rough getting here.…
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