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Difficult Campground, CO

Overview

Located 5 miles southeast of Aspen, Colorado, Difficult Campground sits on the banks of the Roaring Fork River on the western slope of the Colorado Rockies.

Campsites are nestled in a mixed forest of aspen, cottonwood, pine, fir, scrub oak, and spruce, and several are at the river's edge, offering an ideal setting for guests seeking recreation and relaxation.

Recreation

Renowned for its fly fishing, the Roaring Fork River sustains populations of large rainbow, brown, cutthroat and brook trout. The nearby peaks and soothing sounds from the river offer anglers a perfect backdrop for an afternoon of fishing.

Whitewater adventure seekers may want to raft portions of the Roaring Fork, as it is navigable by small craft throughout most …
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Location info

FS-108. 1C, Aspen, CO

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Wildlife viewing

Silver Bell Campground, CO

Overview

Located just outside Aspen, Colorado, Silver Bell Campground is hemmed in by aspen groves and subalpine forests on the banks of Maroon Creek.

The campground sits at an elevation of 8,460 feet, allowing guests to experience warm summer days and cool evenings with probable afternoon thunderstorms. Come prepared for changing weather conditions. Snow is possible even at the peak of summer.

Recreation

For hikers and backpackers, the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness Area epitomizes the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Starting from the Deadly Bells Trailhead at Maroon Lake, the West Maroon Trail gains elevation through aspen groves and evergreens, traverses boulder fields, crosses streams, and leads hikers through high-elevation (10,000+ feet) mountain passes. Climbing through alpine terrain, backpackers will find high …
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Maroon Creek Road, Aspen, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Visitor center, Wildlife viewing, Fishing

Silver Queen Campground, CO

Overview

Located just outside Aspen, Colorado, Silver Queen Campground is hemmed in by aspen groves, a short walk from Maroon Creek, with views of 14,018 foot Pyramid Peak.

The campground sits at an elevation of 8,460 feet, allowing guests to experience warm summer days and cool evenings with probable afternoon thunderstorms. Come prepared for changing weather conditions. Snow is possible even at the peak of summer.

Recreation

For hikers and backpackers, the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness Area epitomizes the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Starting from the Deadly Bells Trailhead at Maroon Lake, the West Maroon Trail gains elevation through aspen groves and evergreens, traverses boulder fields, crosses streams, and leads hikers through high-elevation (10,000+ feet) mountain passes. Climbing through alpine terrain, …
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Maroon Creek Road, Aspen, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Horseback riding

Baby Doe Campground, CO

Overview

Baby Doe Campground is situated on the eastern shore of Turquoise Lake in the shade of a lodgepole pine and subalpine fir forest. The family-friendly campground is a popular summer destination for boating, hiking and fishing.

The campground was named after Elizabeth McCourt's nickname, Baby Doe. She made a name for herself in the Colorado mining community in the 19th century when she took on the rugged work of a miner, and was given her nickname.

Recreation

The 1.2-mile Turquoise Lake Nature Trail meanders along the shoreline is a gentle loop trail through the forest and down to the shoreline of Turquoise Lake. This trail connects to the 6.4-mile Turquoise Lake Trail that parallels the shoreline from Sugar Loaf …
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Turquoise Lake Road, Leadville, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Water sports

Father Dyer Campground, CO

Overview

Father Dyer Campground is situated on the eastern shore of Turquoise Lake in the shade of a lodgepole pine and subalpine fir forest. The family-friendly campground is a popular summer destination for boating, hiking and fishing.

The campground is named after Father John Lewis Dyer, one of the first Methodist ministers to tour Colorado's high country mining camps. For 20 years, beginning in 1862, he travelled the circuit encompassing Alma, Fairplay and Leadville, regularly skiing over the 13,186-foot Mosquito Pass on long, wooden skis.

Recreation

The 1.2-mile Turquoise Lake Nature Trail is a gentle loop trail through the forest and down to the shoreline of Turquoise Lake. This trail connects to the 6.4-mile Turquoise Lake Trail that parallels the …
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Turquoise Lake Road, Leadville, CO

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing

Lakeview Campground, CO

Overview

Lakeview Campground, with wonderful views of the Twin Lakes Reservoir, offers a large space with options for tent, RV and group camping. Located about 29 miles north of Buena Vista, Colorado, the campground attracts plenty of hikers looking to explore nearby nature and backpacking trails in the Mount Massive Wilderness. Boating and fishing enthusiasts spend their days at the Twin Lakes Reservoir and Mt. Elbert Forebay.

Recreation

The Continental Divide Trail, which runs from Canada to Mexico, is a non-motorized trail that passes Lakeview Campground. Mountain bikes are allowed in the section from Halfmoon Road south to Twin Lakes. Approximately 300 miles of the trail goes through Colorado.

South of the campground lies Twin Lakes, Colorado's largest natural glacier …
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County Road 24, Twin Lakes, CO

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site

Molly Brown Campground, CO

Overview

Named after the "unsinkable" Molly Brown on the Titanic, Molly Brown Campground, on the eastern shore of Turquoise Lake, sits in a shaded lodgepole pine forest. The campground is ideal for enjoying the popular recreation lake and offers access to boating, fishing, hiking and water skiing.

The famous Molly Brown lived in the town of Leadville, just 5 miles east of the campground. She became wealthy from her husband's mining success and took on a life as a philanthropist, socialite and activist.

Recreation

The 1.2-mile Turquoise Lake Nature Trail is a gentle loop trail through the forest and down to the shoreline of Turquoise Lake. This trail connects to the 6.4 mile Turquoise Lake Trail that parallels the shoreline …
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Turquoise Lake Road, Leadville, CO

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Fishing, Swimming site

Printer Boy Campground, CO

Overview

Printer Boy Group Campground is located near Turquoise Lake, in an area with plenty of recreational opportunities, including boating, fishing and hiking.

Recreation

Hikers enjoy the 1.2-mile Turquoise Lake Nature Trail. The gentle path meanders through the forest and down to the shoreline of Turquoise Lake where it connects with the 6.4-mile Turquoise Lake Trail. Trail guides are available at the Turquoise Lake Trail trailhead, located at the entrance to Molly Brown Campground.

On the lake, boating, sailing, canoeing and fishing are favorite activities. Anglers fish for stocked cutthroat, rainbow, brown and lake trout. A boat ramp is located nearby.

The campground offers a playground, ball fields, horseshoe pits and a volleyball court. Campers must bring their own sports …
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Turquoise Lake Road, Leadville, CO

Amenities

Hiking, Boating, Camping, Fishing

Dinner Station, CO

Overview

Dinner Station, a historic stop along an old stagecoach route from Aspen, is located in the Upper Taylor Park area, next to the Taylor River. The campground is a favorite among off-road and mountain biking enthusiasts.

Recreation

The Taylor River can be accessed from within the campground. Anglers cast for rainbow and brook trout.

A number of off-road trails are found in the surrounding area, including Doctor Park Trail, Taylor River Trail and Taylor Vista Trail.

Facilities

The campground offers single-family campsites, each equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring. Vault toilets, drinking water and trash collection are provided.

Natural Features

The campground is nestled among ponderosa and lodgepole pine trees, at the edge of a broad, flat …
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Dinner Station Camp, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Biking

Lake Irwin Campground, CO

Overview

Lake Irwin Campground is situated on the western banks of its picturesque namesake lake, approximately 9 miles from Crested Butte, Colorado. Visitors enjoy the area for its abundant trail opportunities, fishing and beautiful scenery.

Recreation

Mountain biking and hiking are popular activities in this challenging, rugged terrain. Canoeing and fishing are favorite pastimes as well. The lake is usually so full of fish, one can see them rise to the calm surface.

Facilities

The campground offers several single-family campsites, some of which are accessible. Each site is equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring. Drinking water is provided.

Natural Features

The campground is set high in the Colorado Rockies at an elevation of 10,200 feet. Summer days are …
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FS-826. 1A, Gunnison, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Biking

Lakeview Gunnison Campground, CO

Overview

Lakeview Campground is located on Taylor Park Reservoir, at an elevation of 9,400 feet. Visitors enjoy the area for its fishing and boating, and abundant off-road and biking opportunities.

Recreation

Taylor Park Reservoir offers boating, fishing and swimming. Anglers cast for northern pike, kokanee salmon, and rainbow, brown, brook and cutthroat trout. A boat ramp is located just below the campground. Fishing and pontoon boat rentals are available at the marina.

A number of off-road trails are found in the surrounding area, including Doctor Park Trail, Taylor River Trail and Taylor Vista Trail.

Facilities

The campground offers several single-family campsites, some of which have electric hookups. Some sites are also accessible. Each site is equipped with a picnic table …
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Lakeview Campground, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Hunting, Boating, Fishing, Biking

LODGEPOLE (Taylor River) Campground, CO

Overview

Lodgepole Campground is located 22 miles from Gunnison, COLORADO in the Taylor River Canyon. Visitors enjoy the area for its rafting, fishing and trail opportunities.

Recreation

The Taylor River can be accessed from the campground, and offers a calm stretch for leisurely rafting and kayaking. Anglers cast for rainbow and brook trout.

The Fossil Ridge Wilderness Area lies one mile south of the campground. The Summerville and South Lottis trailheads provide access to the scenic, natural area.

A number of off-road trails are found in the surrounding area, including Doctor Park Trail, Taylor River Trail and Taylor Vista Trail.

Facilities

The campground offers single-family campsites, each equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring. Vault toilets and drinking water …
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Lodgepole Camp, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Biking, Horseback riding

One Mile Campground, CO

Overview

One Mile Campground is located 18 miles from Gunnison, Colo.,f in the Taylor River Canyon. Visitors enjoy the area for its rafting, fishing and trail opportunities.

Recreation

The Taylor River can be accessed from the campground, and offers a calm stretch for rafting and kayaking. Anglers cast for rainbow and brook trout.

The Fossil Ridge Wilderness Area is nearby. The Summerville and South Lottis trailheads provide access to the scenic, natural area.

A number of off-road trails are found in the surrounding area, including Doctor Park Trail, Taylor River Trail and Taylor Vista Trail.

Facilities

The campground offers single-family campsites, all of which have electric hookups. Several sites are also accessible. Each site is equipped with a picnic table …
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Location info

County Road 742, CO

Amenities

Camping, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Biking

Rosy Lane Campground, CO

Overview

Rosy Lane Campground is located 17 miles from Gunnison, Colo., in the Taylor River Canyon. Visitors enjoy the area for its rafting, fishing and trail opportunities.

Recreation

The Taylor River can be accessed from the campground, and offers a calm stretch for rafting and kayaking. Anglers cast for rainbow and brook trout.

The Fossil Ridge Wilderness Area is nearby. The Summerville and South Lottis trailheads provide access to the scenic, natural area.

A number of off-road trails are found in the surrounding area, including Doctor Park Trail, Taylor River Trail and Taylor Vista Trail.

Facilities

The campground offers single-family campsites, each equipped with a picnic table and campfire ring. Site 008 has 15-Amp electric hookups. Site 004 is accessible. …

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County Road 742, CO

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Biking, Horseback riding

Bogan Flats Campground Grp S, CO

Overview

Bogan Flats Campground stretches along the Crystal River in a valley of aspen groves, towering Ponderosa Pine, spruce, and willow. The setting is ideal for larger groups seeking recreation and relaxation in White River National Forest.

Sites in the campground are widely spaced and offer a nice mixture of open and shaded spots, with several sites at the river's edge. The group site is located away from the main campground, offering a more private location.

Recreation

Crystal River, a tributary of Roaring Fork River, is renowned for its fly fishing. Rainbow, cutthroat and brown trout are plentiful in this waterway.

A hike up Mt. Sopris offers spectacular panoramic views. This 12,953-foot mountain dominates the surrounding landscape. The hike is …
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County Road 3, Carbondale, CO

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Biking, Horseback riding

Chapman Campground And Group, CO

Overview

Situated above the Ruedi Reservoir, Chapman Campground sits at the base of a wide valley adjacent to the Fryingpan River in White River National Forest.

Sites are surrounded by lodgepole pine, and several are at the river's edge, offering an ideal setting for visitors seeking recreation and relaxation.

Recreation

Flowing through this campground is Fryingpan River, renowned for its fly fishing. Downriver, below the campground and Ruedi Dam, large rainbow, brown, cutthroat and brook trout are plentiful in an area nicknamed the "toilet bowl." Here, the fish feed on mysis shrimp, a small freshwater shrimp stocked in the lake.

The stretch of river from the dam down to the confluence of Fryingpan and the Roaring Fork River has been …
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Frying Pan Road, Meredith, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Biking

Mollie B_white River Campground, CO

Overview

Located approximately 14 miles east of Basalt, Colorado in White River National Forest, Mollie B White River Campground sits adjacent to the Ruedi Reservoir at an elevation just under 7,800 feet.

Sites at this campground open up to views of the reservoir and starry nighttime skies. A mixed conifer forest hems in the shoreline, and nearby peaks offer an ideal setting for guests seeking recreation and relaxation.

Recreation

Renowned for its fly fishing, Fryingpan River flows below Ruedi Dam. Here, large rainbow, brown, cutthroat and brook trout are plentiful in an area nicknamed the "toilet bowl." The fish feed on mysis shrimp, a small freshwater shrimp stocked in the lake.

The stretch of river from the dam down to …
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Little Maud Cg, Basalt, CO

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site, Biking, Water sports, Interpretive programs

Carbondale / Crystal River KOA, CO

Situated on the banks of the Crystal River just south of Carbondale, this intimate Colorado RV park is ideal for campers wanting to escape the crowds. It affords magnificent views of Mount Sopris from its waterfront setting, as well as direct access to the Crystal Valley Trail and trout fishing.

When you’re RV camping at Carbondale / Crystal River KOA, there are 24 RV sites to select from, with full hookups offering up to 50-amp electrical connections. There’s space to cater to RVs up to 110 feet in length, and complimentary Wi-Fi is provided for all campers.

There’s a picnic pavilion where you can mingle with other guests, and firewood sales are available on site. If you’re visiting during the …

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Glenwood Springs West / Colorado River KOA, CO

In the town of Silt, Glenwood Springs West/Colorado River KOA is a lovely place to rest while you vacation in the Rocky Mountains of western Colorado. The park is found at the confluence of the Colorado and Little Rivers, with mesmerizing views from the campsites right beside the water. This unique park has hiking trails with bridges connecting the park to the river islands across the Little River.

Open year-round, there are many reasons to rent an RV near Glenwood Springs West/Colorado River KOA, like nearby Aspen, and some of the best ski and snowboarding resorts on the planet. Whether it's winter or summer, there are so many exciting possibilities when traveling through the epic Rocky …

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Paonia Campground, CO

Paonia Campground is located in the beautiful Rocky Mountains in Colorado. It's a part of Paonia State Park, which is home to absolutely stunning mountain views that will take your breath away. It's on the west side of the state, just a 90-minute drive from the town of Colorado Springs, one of the state's largest cities.

RV camping at Paonia Campground is a great way to experience the stunning natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains. The campground has 13 camping sites for RVs of varying sizes, up to 35 feet. This campground is very secluded, and although there …

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