RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Unknown
Drinking Water
About Geneva Park Campground

At an elevation of 9,813 feet, Geneva Park Campground offers cooler temperatures during the hottest of summer months. Along the Guanella Pass Scenic Byway, this campground is near prime spots for wildlife viewing, scenic driving, landscape photography, hiking and accessing roads open to off-highway vehicles.

Natural Features:

The campground sits in a dense stand of lodgepole pine, which limits mountain views. Sites are nicely separated to provide privacy. The Geneva Creek flows past the campground entrance.

Pikes Peak is about 67 miles south and is heralded as the easternmost mountain peak over 14,000 feet in the United States.


Mount Evans Wilderness is directly east of the campground and the Abyss Trailhead, sometimes referred to as the Scott Gomer Trail, is a short drive south of the campground. Burning Bear Trail, just 2 miles south of the campground, is a wonderful trail for hiking and horseback riding.


Geneva park has 26 campsites to accommodate both RV and tent camping. Drinking water, vault toilets, picnic tables and grills are provided. Parking aprons are dirt and the interior road may be rough and bumpy.

Nearby Attractions:

The drive down Highway 126 from Pine Junction affords magnificent views of the valleys below. Pikes Peak can be seen in the distance and other prominent rock formations present themselves throughout the scenic drive.


Biking: Mountain Biking



Wildlife Viewing

National Forest
Drive In
Walk In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Geneva Park Campground is located in Colorado
39.5272 N
-105.7283 W
Get Directions
From Denver, travel south on Highway 285 through Pine Junction and Bailey. Continue on Highway 285 to the town of Grant, turn right on Park County Road 62 (Geneva Rd) and continue for approximately 5 miles. Make a left on Forest Road 119; the campground will be on your left.
2 Reviews of Geneva Park Campground
Great Location

Ended up staying here due to another campground not working out, arrived in complete darkness and managed to snag one of two remaining sites. This place definitely fills up in the summer, however they do accept reservations. There are pit toilets and drinking water available - it’s a pretty standard USFS campground. I wish I would have had more time to spend exploring the area, it was really stunning!

First to Review
Secluded, wooded campsite at almost 10,000 feet elevation. National forest

This campsite is one of several on Guanella Pass. The national forest hires concessionaire to maintain this site. No personnel here. Reservations can be made at the USDA website. Many trails abound but most of them require a vehicle to drive to trailhead. Large campsites. Pit toilets. No amenities close by.