Just as good as mollie b. Amazing campgrounds and beautiful views.
Camp is far from the water. But is so much more dispersed than the other nearby campgrounds.
Best campground I’ve been to it’s so nice. Cold at night nice in the day. Wonderful feeling being out there in the mountains 🏔
All I can say is go. The have water bathrooms and firewood. So go.
Honestly this campground was very nice and clean when we went to visit.
The drive in was also amazing. When you get to the gate make sure you have 7$ cash.
One of many stops we made in Colorado. Neighbors were nice 👍🏾 the campsites are pretty darn big so it gives you and your neighbors enough to space apart.
We stayed for two days and the campground host was nice as well. Bathrooms were clean. Didn’t see any Bears on my visit.
Lake was beautiful.
If your ever in cripple creek area or the victor mines. This is a great day use reservoir.
On our way down from 100-mile overlook one Colorado. We stopped off and got a spot at lone duck.
Very quiet & very clean 🧼 camp. I definitely recommend stopping here. Reservation only. And it seems to be always full. I was there on Thursday Friday and we were the last tent site to set up.
Went through tentrr to book. Amazing views and lovely nature. Woke up to a group of 6 or 7 deer 🦌 and birds 🐦 chirping away.
The camp was clean and bathroom were stocked Shower was full Water was already full for the camp Amazing experience. Definitely recommend.
Camp host Jeff was super nice. Even stayed a day to accommodate us when his weekend was clearly over. We paid for the adventure shed perk and that gave us access to unlimited firewood and all the gear needed to fish and paddle board and even backpacking equipment.
Words won’t do any justice and pictures won’t either. Gotta see it for yourself.
Nice nice nice park. Woke up to the views of the lake. Nice breeze even in the summer. Lots of shade off of blue jay drive. We camped pad B011. Photos do more justice.
Got some videos of the river side camp sites.
If you want to camp the lake I recommend blue jay drive. the other places have nice lake access and views It’s just some were to crowded.
We stayed at two camp sites the 3 days I was there. Close to home and a lot of things to do in the area and at the park.
Park was nice and clean and quiet at night very peaceful. Bathrooms were decent.
Other than that was a nice park. Best time to visit is in the spring or fall for sure. It was a million degrees when we went so we spent most of the day n the water.
Got to lake # 1 did some fishing 🎣 As I am not that good at it I didn’t even catch a bite. That’s was like my second time fishing.
We walked and seen some trails ended up spending most of the trip on land. As we were exploring the area my wife got bit or came across some ivy.
Busy as can be lots of people. If you like to camp and be secluded this isn’t the park. There are a couple great spots but the go fast. We got here on Wednesday and most of the secluded spots were taken. I’m guessing for the anticipation of the holiday weekend. I ended up grabbing the same spot as last time the only thing different was we had the boys with us 🤗
I’m gonna be honest I like the feeling of people driving by and hearing the comments on my campsite set up. It’s very pleasing. But I do prefer seclusion with covid-19 going on.
Seen some deer after we got rained out and spent a whole day in the tent with the family.