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I usually hate full hookup sites because they pack everyone in so tightly. Not here! The full hookup sites are very spacious and surrounded by grass (or weeds - at least green) and trees.
The park itself is huge and has miles of bike trails that then connect to trail systems outside of the park.
This camp ground seems so underrated. While it doesn’t boast views of the mountains as much as other places, it’s a great quiet place to get some lake time!
Sites are very easy to pull into/out of. We had electric hook ups. Camp sites are not super level, but there is plenty of space.
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Super family friendly camping space. Best spots seemed to be for tent campers, but I was car camping and my space was decent. Super lively during the day, but mellows out at night. Nice bathrooms, lovely river flowing through, some light hiking you can do if you want , and walkably close to a…
Loved being in the park and having easy access to all the park has to offer. Especially with the new timed entry requirements. However, Loop C in which we stayed was very tight between sites and the old growth pines have been removed and replaced with younger/shorter trees. Still enjoyed some elk…
Acres large campsite that opens to a boulder studded meadow. A little tight backing through the trees but doable. The roadway runs by so there is some traffic noise. Otherwise nearly perfect. No water. Here mud June and there are open spots FF. No one stays all that long with no water at hand.
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No water currently, sites are $17.25 a night. Nice spot in Ponderosa pine forest, about 10 minutes from the Wild Basin area of Rocky Mountain National Park. Sites seemed mostly spread out for some room between neighbors. Camp hosts were friendly and attentive. Pit toilets were clean, though I could…
Got in late, rangers still at booth. Super helpful and nice. Busy campground, however views from some spaces were epic as well as the easy access to the walking trail and all the day use areas. Bathrooms could be cleaner but it was a full campground so lotttttza folks!! Will Def stay again when I’m…
Nice sites, somewhat secluded from others. Beetles did eat out some trees but still some shade available. Decent views, especially from entrance. Killer night skies.
The entire road is lined with “No Camping” signs. I went in 2 miles from 36 and turned around. Found others doing the same.
Nice little campground, especially if you want to hike at Golden Gate Canyon but not stay there. A lot of highway noise at night.
Have stayed here many times in all seasons except deep winter. Gorgeous special place. Super busy in the summer, reserve ahead! September is magical - hear the elk bugling from your tent! Use the bear boxes, they know how to break into cars here.
Have stayed here in a tent, in a yurt, and in a cabin. All are great! Bathrooms clean. At 10,000 feet, it can be colder than you expect and watch out for the altitude effects! Yurts are wayyy fun.
Tent camped on a weekday. Walk-to site was well spaced from other sites and had some nice shade. Pit toilet could have been cleaner. A rowdy rv party was noisy in the day but calmed down at night. Could see it being noisy on the weekend
We stayed at sites #27 and #28 over Memorial Day weekend, 2021 which are on the outer loop. Both sites had tons of space for tents, large picnic tables, large bear boxes, and grated fire rings.
There was one site kind of close to us, but they never showed up so we had a lot of privacy. Site 28 I…
This is a great campground for a quick getaway! The full hookup sites are few, but the campground is lively, lots of aspen trees and shade. Fishing nearby is stocked and great for children/novice as the fish hit fast