Barb F.

Nalcrest, FL

Joined June 2017

Outdoor freak, ultra runner

Another Day in Paradise

Camping for 3 days. Chose no water or hookup for tent camping. Those choices are available. Toilets,showers,laundromat. Great hiking. Half hour from Pikes Peak and Colorado Springs.

Stay by the river

Too bad the fires have been keeping people away. This is a great place right off the hwy and along the river. You can rent cute cabins with a deck along the river. I got a great tent site. There's electric, water,showers, general store with great fudge and food.

Most beautiful campsite in Colorado

This place is wonderful. campsites well spread out. I had my own lake,campsite #25. outhouses only. You can fish,kayak,paddle board or just do some hiking. Right off hwy 550 which has the best scenic views ever. South of Silverton and north of Durango. Very quiet.

my altitude adjustment

Was awesome! Leadville is the coolest laid back town. Sugarloaf never let's me down. Bathrooms,showers, electric for rv's great mountain views,just a few miles from town. Near Colorado trail,great hiking,biking. ice cream social every night at 6:30 in rec room

First to Review
Beautiful camping along the river

Not a campground. Free camping along the river on hwy 150. First come first serve. Some spots you can pull a camper in. Mostly tents. No amenities.

Estes Park’s well hidden secret paradise

There are no amenities,just out houses. Campsites are spread out. Fire pits,picnic tables.Well shaded. Quiet,well maintained. A real paradise. Lots of hiking trails. Only 3 miles from downtown Estes Park.

paradise in the Rockies

Hermit Park is a well kept secret While the RMNP was full,got a beautiful camp spot at Hermits. Drive up spots.