We stayed on one of the group sites, G6 on the Tour De Pepin weekend. The campground was very full that weekend but the group sites are spacious and well spaced out, (if you can I would recommend G4 or G5 right on the lake for group sites) you definitely don't feel like you are on top of each other or another group. Near the group sites there is also a set of vault toilets.
The campground is very green and luscious, full of beautiful trees, plants and wildlife, we heard bullfrogs, owls, woodpeckers and more (there are also train tracks near by so a couple trains too). This campground is a tent only campground with a couple cabins as well, which adds to it's secluded feel.
There is great lake access for swimming and a shower houses (bring your quarters though, showers cost 50 cents for 3 minutes). The only down side is that you cannot leave any cars near your campsite, you can drive in to drop off or pick up your gear but otherwise vehicles are parked in the main parking lot outside of the gate, which is not a big deal but from the group sites it is a trek to the lot and to the beach.
I would definitely stay here again, the lake is incredible.
We stayed at Spirit Mountain in September of 2016. We went up there to do the Heck of the North Gravel ride on a Saturday and then ride Spirit on Sunday. The campground was beautiful and full of amenities. They had nice large camping pads and decent restroom facilities. The best part was being able to bike down the trails right from the campground! The trees were just starting to turn so it was beautiful!
We stayed at Two Lakes for the Chequamegon Fat Tire Festival in September. The campground was gorgeous and we will definitely back. It is a little bit of a trek to some of the mountain biking trails in the area, which was the purpose of our trip. I thought we would be closer to the water but our campsite had a stairs that led down to the lake. We sought out a couple spots we would prefer the next time we were there with better lake views but overall, this was a great campground. The hosts were also very friendly. I imagine if would would have gone a week or two later the fall colors would have been absolutely incredible
Campground right on Lake Dillon with stunning views. Nice paths that allow you to walk right down to the river. The campground hosts were also super friendly and helpful
This campground is absolutely incredible. With sites right next to the Slate River, the views are amazing. To get to the campground you head out of Crested Butte and down a minimally maintained road, down to the valley.
We ended up here because all the other campgrounds around were full by the time we came into town. After heading up the minimally maintained road for about 20 minutes the road opened up to gorgeous views and an incredible lake. Even at the end of July it got really chilly up on top of the mountain but I would highly recommend it. What it lacks in amenities it makes up in character and views. The old abandon mining town was also really cool to check out