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Jun 22: Areas to camp in are limited (thankfully) and spread out. Due to high traffic of campers BLM has posted "No Camping" signs along part of the road up until the fork. And because of dry weather area is in a Stage 1 (no open fires). PLEASE, pack it in pack it out. LEAVE NO TRACE. Winter…
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Site 5 was a great spot for a bigger group. It was nice to be tucked away in the corner with no groups behind us or next to us. There were other campers near by but it felt pretty private. The weather was great. We didn’t make it to the gross reservoir but it was nice to have the option of a good…
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.
Great hosts! They were super sweet and welcoming. Showed us to our site and even offered recommendations for around town.
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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.
We arrived on a Sunday morning without a reservation and were lucky to snag a first-come first-served site. Our site was very spacious and private, which is exactly what we were after. The site offers both shaded and unshaded areas. The camp host has firewood for sale just in case you run out. The…
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.
When I bought my first RV, 35 ft allegro. I stayed there for 4 months. Never had any problems except the wifi and the mud. 500.00 month. 2 months later came back, the office was closed so I parked and was planning to go to office when I got dressed. The owner was knocking on my rv at 730 and told…
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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This is not exactly our type of campground, which is the only reason I give it 3 out of 5 stars. It is a little too exposed to sun and wind (see pics), but there are some sites that are tucked away a little more comfortably than others. I suggest looking at a site map before choosing your…
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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…
Good campsites, a little close to next site but overall good experience and my dog was able to roam a little off leash and good hiking and fishing
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