Campsite was nice and was easy to get to. We only stayed one night as we were just passing through to Rocky Mountian National Park. Next to the piedra river which was nice, didn’t have a Colorado fishing license at the time so not sure how the fishing was, water looked pretty high. We didn’t have any cell service in the area so if you need that be aware. We would return here, close to Durango and pagosa springs.
Good campground not to far from Rocky Mountain National Park. It’s about 9 miles off the main road so it’s a good drive back in there but nice area right by the lake and some streams. Tons of hikes and fishing right by the campgrounds. The spots are mostly small so not many would hold a large trailer. Most of them have a spot for a tent as well and ours was well spaced and covered from other spots by brush and trees. Lake is huge and the cove we were by was good for paddle boarding and kayaks. Also saw lots of wildlife all around.
Great campground by lake Dillon and very close to the town but seems like you are miles from them. Campgrounds and restrooms were very clean and they aren’t to close together. Close to hikes and lots of fishing.