Lost Lake Campground is a great place for families to camp. Kids and parents alike will enjoy fishing and hiking around Lost Lake, Dollar Lake and Lost Lake Slough. Beckwith Pass provides breathtaking vistas of the Ruby Mountain Range. The wildflowers in this region are phenomenal during mid-July and early August. Campgound Brochure
At a Glance
Treated water. Five Equestrian Sites. Anticipated opening date mid-June 2016, depending on snowmelt and Kebler Pass road conditions.
No Reservations. First-Come, First-Serve Camping.
$18.00 per night per camping unit; $4.00 per day for Picnic or Day Use in a campsite; $6.00 per vehicle Overflow Parking, over 2 vehicles; $6.00 firewood bundle; $5.00 per bag Trash disposal for non registered guests.
Mid-June - October
ATV use is not allowed in campground. No motor boats on Lost Lake Slough. (Pursuant to Forest Order GMUG-2008-10)
Paonia, CO and Crested Butte, CO
Vault Toilet (2)
Interagency Senior and Access Passes
From Paonia, travel northeast on Highway 133 for approximately 15 miles to County Road 12, Kebler Pass Road. Turn right onto CR 12 and continue east for approximately 16 miles to the intersection with Forest Service Road #706, Lost Lake Road. Turn right onto FSR #706 and go another 2 miles to the end at the Lost Lake Campground and Lost Lake Slough.
From Crested Butte, travel west on County Road 12, Kebler Pass Road, for approximately 16 miles to the intersection with Forest Service Road #706. Turn left onto FSR #706 and go another 2 miles to the end at the Lost Lake Campground and Lost Lake Slough.
Camping & Cabins
No. of Sites
Spur Length 21'- 28'
No. of Sites
Lake and Pond Fishing
Lost Lake Slough - Catchable Rainbow Trout (annually stocked), Brook Trout