Jack Creek Campground is in the Sierra Madre Range, south of Rawlins and west of Saratoga. Facilities include: 16 campsites, 4 are pull- through sites, picnic tables, fire rings, drinking water, vault toilets, and trash service. Early campers should plan to bring water and to pack out their trash. Nearby are the Jack Creek Guard Station (small rental cabin), which is on the National Register of Historic Places, and the Jack Creek Crew Quarters (large rental cabin). The campground has a 14 day stay limit. This campground is ideally situated for ATV enthusiasts to enjoy riding on primitive roads near the Continental Divide. There are both motorized and non-motorized portions of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail in the area.
At a Glance
Open with water, toilet and trash service.
June through October.
Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables
$10 per night per campsite. No fees or services in October.
mid-June - October
Vault Toilet (1)
Directions: Directions from Saratoga: Travel west on County Road 500, approximately 16 miles to junction with county road #405, stay left and travel 3 miles to the forest boundary. Road changes to Forest Development Road #452, travel on road 452 for 5 miles to Jack Creek Campground.