Caitlin D.
Colorado Springs , CO
Joined July 2016
Upper Beaver Creek

This was pretty close to a perfect campspot for us. It's only a 10 minute drive off the main road from South fork, and 5 mins up from the main Beaver Creek Campground. The main is a bit more populated and traveled. The upper was secluded, closer to the water, closer to the reservoir, and only had 10-12 spots so not populated at all. Our spot was 15 ft from the water! The river is right there and beautiful. Each spot has water access also. We caught 3 trout right in front of our spot! Well shaded, fire pits with grates, and picnic tables. There are toilets and a water pump, no hookups or showers. Overall can't wait to get back here, by far one of the best spots we've ran across-$18 p/night.

Camping at Horsetooth

Good camp, close to town so an excellent getaway. Make a reservation, it fills up quick. Has waterfront spots available and even if you can't get waterfront almost all spotshave atleast a view! Occasional deer will Roam In the camp. Bathhouses and full hookups available. Dogs allowed on a leash and you're within minutes of a boat ramp, hikes, and awesome views!

Timber Creek in RMNP

Spent 2 nights here, great Campground overall. It is first come first serve so it helps to get there around 1pm which is checkin. Dogs ARE allowed in the Campground but because the Campground is in RMNP dogs ARE NOT allowed on any of the trails or hikes near the Campground. Elk frequent the Campground! It is a busy/good sized camp but if you get a spot on the edge you'll feel secluded. Has bathhouse and firepits.