TWO OF THE THREE LOOPS ARE OPEN IN OCTOBER - NO FEES, NO WATER. PLAN TO PACK OUT YOUR TRASH. Toilets and trash service will be available. Ryan Park Campground was a CCC camp in the 1930's and a prisoner of war camp during WWII. Although little remains of either historical camp, interpretive signs and a small walking trail at the campground describe some historic features. The campground is located on the Snowy Range Scenic Byway, State Highway 130. Facilities include: 49 campsites (13 RV pull throughs), a group campsite, picnic tables, toilets, fire grates, and trash service. The campground is an ideal location to camp for vacationers traveling through the area or for those that want to spend an extended stay and enjoy great access to many outdoor activities. The Brush Creek Visitor Center is located 2.5 miles west of the campground and can provide information on miscellaneous outdoor recreation opportunities. All sites, including the Group Loop, are reservable through www.recreation.gov or by calling 877-444-6777.
At a Glance
Open, with toilets and trash service. No water in 2014, plan to bring water.
June through October.
June through early September. Sites may be reserved up to 6 months in advance using Recreation.gov
Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water
$10.00 per night per site.
June - October
Directions: Directions from Saratoga: Travel south on highway 130/230 8 miles to junction of 130/230. Turn left on Hwy 130 and travel 12 miles east to Ryan Park Campground.