Campground
Nancy C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Apr. 23, 2021

Late April - Crystal blue lakes

It snowed the night before our arrival, do the crystal blue lakes really stop out. The views were really good from most sites we could see. Of course, early in the season. There were only 2 other campers on this Thursday.
Pros: some electric sites, nice hiking, great fishing, kayaking/SUP, really pretty welcome lodge, generous size sites most with lake and mountain views. We did see cabins. Park is very clean. Close to 2 major interstates but you feel like you are in the backcountry. Cons: no water at sites, but fill Station available. Only pit toilets. Expensive- electric sites $27 PLUS $12 per day per vehicle. $96 for annual non residents pass for 1 vehicle.

  • Entrance
  • View from the entrance road
  • Welcome/ranger lodge.   check-in,  passes can be purchased here.  Really nice tributes to Curt Gowdy.
  • Spacious campsites
  • Pit toilets
  • There are different camping areas within the park
  • Crow Creek trail to Hidden Falls.  Frozen lake with snow.  Majestic pink granite walls

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