Tent Sites
No Fires
No Pets
Water Unknown
About The Bank Campground

The Bank Campground overlooks Shelf Road and is located at an elevation of 6892'. Open year-round; most visitors come for the spectacular rock climbing adjacent to the campground. The Bank has 33 campsites including four pull-through sites. Amenities include picnic tables, fire pits and vault toilets. There is no water available. The best weather is in spring and fall with warm days in the winter. The access road is a long, steep grade so is not recommended for RVs or long trailers.

ADA Access: The Facilities (toilet, picnic tables) are generally, but the roads are gravel

Fee Info
There are no resrvations - first come, first served. $7 individual site (limit 2 vehicles and 8 people), $14 group site (limit 4 vehicles and 20 people)
Bureau of Land Management
No Electric Hookups
No Fires
No Pets
Not Reservable
No Sewer Hookups
No Showers
No Water Hookups
The Bank Campground is located in Colorado
38.628 N
-105.2252 W
Get Directions
From Hwy 50 in Canon City, turn north (right) onto Steinmeier Avenue. At the roundabout, take the first right onto Dozier Street (at Wal-Mart). Continue on Dozier past the curve to the left. At the stop sign, turn north (right) on Field and travel on this two-lane road for about five miles. It will join Fremont County Road 9 (also called Red Canyon Road) at a “Y” intersection. From here, continue north for another 4 miles. Turn left at The Bank Campground sign. Travel past a corral and trailer parking and continue on the steep windy dirt road for approximately 1.25 miles where you will find the campground and day-use parking. TRAILERS NOT ADVISED access is better at Sand Gulch Campground. https://www.blm.gov/visit/sand-gulch-campground
1 Review of The Bank Campground
First to Review
Climbers choice

If you didn’t come here to climb be prepared to make some friends that climb. The site is about 100 yards from one of Colorado’s most sought after climbing destinations. The camp ground offers spacious group sites and individual ones, the group sites are much more privatized from the other sites on the campground. The views of southern Colorado are gorgeous, the facilities are on the newer side which was lovely. Cool 4x4 trails you can access along with a few hikes, but this is where you want to be if you’re looking to do some rock climbing