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Meadows campground was closed but the dispersed camping across the road was free and spots available. There were some mosquitos but it was quiet and lots of room between sites where I was
The stream is nice, camping area is pretty small, maybe 3-4 tent sites. Drive in camping site is rutted and I didn’t feel comfortable driving van up into it. There were a few minor red flags; a large tent was set up in the back of the site, however no one ever showed up to occupy. Also a mule deer…
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We needed a hot shower and some comfort and found both here. It’s a bit pricey but has all the hookups which we don’t need. We had wifi but a weak signal and not secure. Bath house was clean and pleasant. It’s on a hillside above the river and highway. Sheltered from wind and extreme heat.
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
The Reudi reservoir is a beautiful area. Sunsets are gorgeous and there is a nice hike outside of one of the other two campgrounds in the area. I feel this little campground is the most secluded of the 4 in the area. However, not all sites offer reservoir views. Reservoir is very low this year.…
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Perfect location if want to hit up winter Park resorts and arapahoe basin, keystone, or breck!! You can take 40 to winter Park in about 50 minutes. And then can take other highway down into silverthorne in 45 min.
Spaces are tight for most part, try to get a end spot if possible. Showers and…
We had a tent space right next to the river. Beautiful spot. But the train goes by 2 or 3 times a night. The bathrooms/showers are some of the cleanest campsite bathrooms I've seen. The host/employee(?)was fairly rude, said we had to park our trailer on the road outside the property....yeah…
This is only about 90 mins from the front range and it’s amazing!
The views from most of the sites are phenomenal! And most sites have lake front views.
The beach is surprisingly not over crowded despite it being a full campsite.
The camp sites where a bit tight and open but that’s probably…
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Stayed at E80, limited shade, though cool views of the white caps! All sites seem dusty, that is true of this one. Walk about 5 minutes through the sites and you reach the water through the D loop. Could only really notice I70 at night but it was not bothersome at all. Bathrooms clean. Firewood…
We camped about 1000 yards from the trailhead down to the springs, not too crowded and the springs were a nice spot to relax, also cliff jumping available to those who dare
Drove a long ways to find out the gate isn’t open like prior post of members and will not open until June 15 on the steamboat side as posted at gate. We drove to the east side from Walden to find out you can’t even make it to the gate as the road has way too much snow cover yet even with a 4 wheel…
The lots were spread out and I was fortunate to get one right on the beach. Was great to be able to walk with the dog off leash and throw the ball on the beach without having to worry about others
I agree with the first reviewer Steve, I don't know why this is labeled Adam Campground. My wife and I first camped here in 2018 in our roof-top tent while doing a mountain bike race in nearby Eagle.
Access: The road from Eagle all the way past Sylvan Lake is well maintained and normal…
There's fresh Sage plants for miles, the Colorado River runs right by it and is great for fishing, the campgrounds have plenty of parking for boat trailers, RVs, and cars. The restrooms are clean and stocked well with paper, and the view is just amazing to wake up to. Very cheap to camp, too.
We had a great time with our small RV: really nice campground with friendly host, wonderful landscape directly at the lake, very central but quite, clean toilets and affordable firewood available. We woke up at 6 AM and watched the beautiful sunrise at the lake.