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If you like to have a nice relaxing time camping… don’t come here! Seriously! If you can… cancel and go literally anywhere else.
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The coordinates supplied take you to an ok site very close to the road. If you just go down a little farther and take a right on another dirt road to 38.554392,-106.236875 there are more dispersed sites. Not a lot of shade but a beautiful area. Plenty of room for small RVs or vans. The Colorado…
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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We were able to find dispersed camping if you keep driving down the road past the private ranch. There was a fire pit, shade, and a short walk to the river. Super dusty though. Dog friendly and far enough away from other campers. Definitely recommend, as it has everything you need.
Sites are nice with plenty of room. Problem is the four mile road. It is really rough. Do not recommend driving anything heavy.
About 5 min up the mountain from the lakes. Lots of dispersed camping available. Our site had an amazing view of the lakes. Occasional dirt bike riding around. Some campers run loud music late into the night. Early June, lake water is very cold, but refreshing for a quick dip.
Large, non-electric sites with picnic table and fire pit. Most sites are tucked in the trees and well shaded. If shade is important, check the campground map before booking. We went for a nice walk down the forest road towards Weston Pass. Beautiful views.
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Quiet place with wonderful views
Beautiful little campground between Twin Lakes and Independence Pass. Our site had a large enough space for our oversized ground tent and enough shade to keep cool in the heat of the day. Our site was adjacent to the river which provided a loud background noise that is heaven to sleep to. The views…
Mixed tenting and trailers with a congenial host.
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We stopped at Matchless as we needed a first come site the night before our reservations at Molly Brown. We were a bit skeptical at first as it looks like a large asphalt parking lot. The campsites all surround the parking area so you park on asphalt but are steps away from your wooded site. We…
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The valley this campground is in, is flat out gorgeous. Amazing boulder mountains and tall pines make for stellar views. Sleeping with the sound of the river was also awesome for the whole family. But, it isn't perfect (depending on your site). We reserved site 21 b/c it was right next to the…
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What a great little spot to relax for a weekend. It’s quiet and because there are only ten spot it seems like your in a private oasis.. the host Becky and Kirk were great and so sweet.
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Just got back from 3 nights at the Stoll Mountain campground. Our 2 kids and 2 dogs had a great time exploring the shoreline and fishing. Facilities were clean, rangers were friendly and helpful. Only complaint were the bugs, but might just be the time of year. Will visit again soon!
I camped two sites back from the trailhead loop. Hiked both days and enjoyed the access and privacy of the sites. Some atv activity along the access road, but not bad really. Clean vault toilet @ Brown Creek TH.