Big Cimarron Campground stretches along the Big Cimarron River with sites shaded by a mix of Spruce and Cottonwood trees. There are 10 campsites with about half of the sites adjacent to the river. The campground is especially popular during hunting season. A horse corral across from the campground may be available if not being used by range permittees for ranching operation. There is no drinking water at this site, but water is available 2 miles south at the Silver Jack Campground. There are no close communities to get provisions so visitors need to bring everything they need. This is bear country. Please practice safe food storage techniques.
At a Glance
No water. Anticipated opening date is May 23, 2016.
$12 per night per camping unit; $4 per day for Day Use/Picnic if in a campsite; $6 per firewood bundle; $5.00 per bag of trash (for non-registered guests).
Yes - 1 mile south at Silver Jack Campground
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Directions: From Montrose, CO drive east on U.S. Highway 50 to County Road 858 (Forest Access/Silver Jack Reservoir sign). Turn south on County Road 858 and travel 16 miles south to Big Cimarron Campground sign. Turn right into campground.