Area Status: Closed
This campground is located in the Arapaho National Recreation Area near Grand Lake, Colorado. It is situated in a lodgepole pine forest next to the Indian Peaks Wilderness area. There are 84 non-electric sites that will accommodate tents, trailers, and RVs. Facilities provided include restrooms, trash service, and drinking water. Each site contains a tent pad, fire grate, and picnic table. Additional facilities include a boat ramp. Popular activities include fishing and boating on Lake Granby or other nearby lakes and streams. Other popular activities include hiking and wildlife viewing in the nearby Indian Peaks Wilderness and around Monarch Lake. Most sites lack shade as the trees were removed during the recent mountain pine beetle epidemic.
Sites 1-7 are open during the winter. No fees. No amenities. Must be self contained. Restrooms are locked.
At a Glance
||Arapaho Bay Campground opened May 26, 2016.
|Rentals & Guides:
||Interpretive Site,Boat ramp,Tent camping,Camping trailer,Fee charged for some activities,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water,Parking
||Arapaho Nat'l Recreation Area use fee required. $5 daily fee. Annual passes available. Camping fee: single $19, double $38. Reservations accepted at most sites. Make your reservations at www.recreation.gov or by calling 1-877-444-6777 as early as 180 days in advance and at least 4 days prior to arrival.
||Valid recreation pass must be displayed on vehicle.
||May 26th- September 25th
||A single site may hold up to eight people. Double sites will accommodate more people. Tents must fit on the pads provided. RVs, trailers, or other vehicles must fit on the parking spur because driving or parking off road is not permitted. The parking length ranges from 20 -40'. Pets must be on a hand-held leash at all times.
||Granby, Grand Lake
||Concession operated by American Land & Leisure
||Sulphur Ranger District, 9 Ten Mile Drive, PO Box 10, Granby, CO 80446, Phone: 970-887-4100, Fax: 970-887-4111, Contact Us
Directions: Arapaho Bay is in the Arapaho National Recreation Area (ANRA), six miles northwest of Granby on US Highway 34, nine miles east on County Road 6 (Forest Road 125, Arapaho Bay Road) at the southeast end of Lake Granby.