Area Status: Closed
This campground is closed for the season. Camping is prohibited in closed campgrounds.
Kelly Dahl is situated in a wooded setting adjacent to the Peak-to-Peak National Scenic Byway and is near the historic mining towns of Nederland, Rollinsville, Central City, and Black Hawk. There are 46 sites that will accommodate tents, trailers and RVs. Campsites 1 - 20 are first come, first served. Reservations for campsites 21 through 46 are accepted a minimum of four days prior to arrival (a maximum of 160 days prior) and cost an additional $10 per reservation by phone or $9 for reservations online. Reservations can be made through www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777.
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Picnic tables, fire grates, water, vault toilets, and trash services are provided. There are no electrical hook-ups, dump stations, or showers.
The Rollins Pass Road (Moffat Road) and other four-wheel-drive routes can be found in the area. Kelly Dahl is normally full for the weekend by Friday morning so plan to arrive early or consider making a reservation.
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At a Glance
Campsite fees are $19 per night and allow a maximum of 8 people. Double campsites are unavailable at this campground. Fees are reduced when the water system is off. Interagency Senior, Interagency Access, Golden Age and Golden Access passes provide cardholders a 50% discount on campground fees.
||Mid or late May - late September
||Pets must be on a hand-held leash at all times. A maximum of eight people are allowed per site. RVs, trailers or other vehicles must fit on the parking spur.
||Nederland, Colorado, and Rollinsville, Colorado
||Concessionaire: American Land & Leisure
||Boulder Ranger District, 2140 Yarmouth Ave, Boulder, CO 80301, Phone 303-541-2500, Fax 303-541-2515; Contact Us
Approximately four miles south of Nederland, Colorado, on Colorado Highway (CO) 119, watch for the entrance to Kelly Dahl Campground on the east side of the highway at mile-marker 22. (The entrance is approximately two miles north of Rollinsville on Colorado Highway 119.)