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Current Campground Status Page
Complete list of the roughly 500 campgrounds in the Rocky Mountain Region.
There are many camping opportunities on the San Juan National Forest. We offer developed campgrounds and more isolated dispersed camping areas. With some pre-planning you can find a perfect spot for you and your family. While sewer, water hook-ups and showers are not available; most campgrounds have drinking water, picnic tables, fire rings and vault toilets.
Campground reservations may be made at some sites through Recreation.gov by phone at 877-444-6777 or online at www.recreation.gov. Where available, reservations are recommended for summer weekends.
Campground Reservation Program on the San Juan National Forest
Dolores Ranger District:
McPhee, House Creek, Mavreeso, West Dolores, Target Tree and Cayton campgrounds.
Group Campgrounds at McPhee, House Creek and Transfer
Columbine Ranger District:
Junction Creek, Haviland Lake, Vallecito, North Canyon, Graham Creek and Pine Point campgrounds.
Group Campgrounds at Chris Park, Florida and Junction Creek
Pagosa Ranger District:
East Fork, West Fork, and Palisades Horsecamp campgrounds.
Group Campground at Blanco River
Campsites that have been paid for in advance will be posted as “Reserved.” Only a portion of a given campground’s sites can be reserved each day, with the remainder available for first-come, first-served use.
San Juan National Forest campgrounds are operated by the Rocky Mountain Recreation Company. The allocation of sites available for reservation will be evaluated on an annual basis and will be modified, as needed, to maximize customer satisfaction and accommodate use patterns.
“The reservation system allows visitors who want to plan their camping stays in advance to be assured of a campsite,” said Brian White, San Juan National Forest Recreation Staff. “At the same time, all of our campgrounds will still allow for spontaneous camping visits on a first-come-first-served basis at other sites.”