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Wonderful, quiet site along a little-used forest road. We had the site at the end of the road, which is very close to the babbling brook, leading to Mill Falls. Plenty of space at this site, although the other three main sites are smaller and closer together. There are two overflow sites nearer to the road entrance that are more private and bigger, but they didn't seem to have fire rings and picnic tables.
We loved this site in July - great shade for hot summer days, the cooling brook nearby, and no mosquitoes!! Facilities included a long-drop (vault) toilet. While there was no potable water available, you can collect washing water from the fast-running stream.
The site is a great location for exploring the trails on the Front Range. The nearby hike to 'Our Lake' is about 1.5hrs (roundtrip) from the trailhead at the end of the road. This was one of our favorite hikes in the area. It's relatively flat for the first 1 hour and then gets steeper, along good switchbacks, for the final 30 mins. Highly recommended!
If you are in this area and looking for a quiet, remote campsite, I highly recommend this one!
We were looking for somewhere to camp near the Tiber Reservoir/Lake Elwell. Stumbled upon this beauty. Run by a lovely couple, this spot is quiet, beautiful and clean. Lots of space between sites. Cleanest pit toilets ever, and power hookups all for $20 a night! The hosts were super friendly and informative. No light pollution also made for an incredible evening of star gazing. We’ll be back!!
Tiber Damn has some of the best sunsets I have ever seen. The campground is well kept but basic. Camping near the water is permitted in some area but you have to arrive early as those spots are usually taken. Water is good for fishing and boating. Highly recommended.
My wife and I stopped at Lake Shel-Oole Campground on our trip to Canada this summer (July 3rd). The campground is a bit dilapidated, but had several spots available that were easy to pull into. Some sites were pull through and others were back in. Most sites have at least electric and some are water/electric. Some sites are also 50amp. There is also a dump on site.
All sites are $25/night. Payment is on an honor system and drop cash into an envelope in a box near the entrance. The park says that it is under surveillance, but we did not see cameras. We saw one Toole County Sheriff's Deputy drive through the park while we were there.
I think we counted a total of five other rigs staying the night with us. If you have kids there's a playground nearby and a baseball field. There are also several walking trails.
We would definitely stay here again if we take the same route to Canada. Very convenient and quiet!
Check out our review of this campground on our blog: https://lower48intow.com/lake-shel-oole-park-campground-an-overnight-stay-on-the-way-to-canada/
This place has amazing view with some awesome walking trails. There is also a salmon feeding station which can be fun to see. In. The winter this place provides some really nice sledding experiences. One of the coolest things here is the WORLD’S SMALLEST RIVER! Called the Roe River at 201 feet