The area is part of the mineral belt that extends into Leadville. Many of the 4-wheel drive roads were created by miners over 100 years ago which are now popular for four-wheel driving in the Summer and Fall months. The campground is near the alpine Tunnel historic site. This is a Forest Service operated campground at elevation 10,200 feet. There are 7 campsites.
At a Glance
No fees - no services. No water. Donations accepted. ATV access.
Forest Service operated campground financed by donations.
Vault Toilet (1)
Directions: Drive east on Forest Road 765 (Cumberland Pass Road) for 1 mile to Forest Road 767. Turn right and drive 5 miles.