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Lower Piedra Campground

The Lower Piedra Campground is just north of U.S. Highway 160 on the west side of the Piedra River, about 18 miles east of Bayfield and 25 miles west of Pagosa Springs. It is about a half mile up Forest Rd. 621 on the west side of the river (not to be confused with the First Fork Road [Forest Rd. 622] on the east side of the river). The campground offers 17 large, level sites with plenty of shade. Fishing opportunities are available.NOTICE: Dispersed camping is not allowed within 100 yards of either side of Forest Road 621 leading to the Lower Piedra Campground (from the cattle guard to the camp-ground boundary).


Driving directions to Lower Piedra Campground

Directions from Pagosa Springs, Colorado: Travel west on U.S. Hwy 160 25.0 miles, then turn north on Forest Development Road #621 (Behind Chimney Rock Store) for 1.0 mile.The Lower Piedra Campground is just north of U.S. Highway 160 on the west side of the Piedra River, about 18 miles east of Bayfield and 25 miles west of Pagosa Springs. It is about a half mile up Forest Rd. 621 on the west side of the river (not to be confused with the First Fork Road [Forest Rd. 622] on the east side of the river).Lower Piedra Campground area map.

Location and contact info

USFS-621, CO 81122

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Activities at Lower Piedra Campground

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