Standard (tent/RV)
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Buffalo Pass

The campground is pack it in, pack it out and comprised of a single large loop, surrounded by a grass meadow in a Ponderosa Pine grove. The sites are large and well spaced with sites #16, 17 and 18 on a dead-end spur with no turn around. The open areas are dotted with wildflowers. It is convenient to State Hwy 114 for an overnight stay.

National Forest
Drive In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Picnic Table
Buffalo Pass is located in Colorado
38.185 N
-106.517 W
Get Directions
Directions from Saguache, Colorado: Follow Colorado Highway 114 west for 27.6 miles, then take a gravel road 1.7 miles southwest into the Buffalo Pass Campground.
5 Reviews of Buffalo Pass
Beautiful and Quiet Campground

Loved this campground. The sites were well spaced, with few campers the time I was there. My campsite was surrounded by aspen and conifer trees, proving plenty of shade. One of my favorite campgrounds during my trip thru Colorado.

Rugged, simple, and so Colorado

Dirt roads lead to rocky 4-wheel drive required paths. Camping plots were simple with great tree coverage and minimal exposure. Views of valley below abound.

Dispersed camping, solitude

Great place to camp in Colorado to avoid weekend crowds. Wide open, off the beaten path as far as Colorado goes.

A great experience

the campground is very nice. In a thickly forested area it's a great place to see wildlife. On my trip I saw four moose. Definitely recommend

First to Review
Difficult road and awful mosquitos

Arrived July 7th. Amazing views, great temps, but that drive is pretty tough, good thing babies dont mind bouncing. The mosquitos tho were so bad we wont be returning in the summer months. We made an early trip down to Strawberry Hotsprings. Always so fun! There was even some kind of craft fair going on which was a nice in town treat for momma . Wildflowers this time of year were wonderful, final gate to the top was not yet open.