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Beautiful waterfall view and an amazing vista. Will definitely be back here again.
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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It was amazing and beautiful, close to a lake and close to the town of st. Elmo which is a cool old little mining town.
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.
Nice quick stay outside of Breckinridge. Pullouts are pretty tight so best for vans type camping. Maybe larger sites further up the mountain. Plenty of keep traffic, mountain and e-bikes. Enjoyed the views! Would stay again.
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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Sites are nice with plenty of room. Problem is the four mile road. It is really rough. Do not recommend driving anything heavy.
This campground is located on hillside just off of Hwy 50 approximately 6 miles west of Salida, Colorado. A beautiful location. We stayed here two nights in June, knowing this is a relatively new KOA that used to be a private campground. We would have left at the end of the first day except that…
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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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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Stayed 3 nights at site SR 12. Pretty close to the access road so expect dust. Nice stream nearby the camp and shade for sitting. If you enjoy hiking, mountain biking, there are some nice opportunities further up the road. There's a jeep road that goes to Paradise Divine (see photo), which is at…
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One of Colorado's best campgrounds in my opinion. It is beautiful and on the beach of Turquoise Lake.
First come first serve, $24/night, $7 for each car after the first two. 20ish sites and they are all under a huge spread out pine glade. Well shaded during the day and keeps it cool as well as…
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Beautiful views, went on a weekend and there were a lot of spots available, not far from town. Awesome spot.