This campground has 9 campsites at an elevation of 9,900 feet with parking spur lengths of 16-30 feet. The campground remains open year-round, weather permitting. Facilities include picnic tables, a vault toilet, and fire rings.
Please note: there is no water available at this campground.
At a Glance
||Check in: 2 pm
Check out: 12 pm (noon)
Quiet hours: 10 pm to 6 am
||This campground is on a first-come, first-served basis only. No reservation is required.
||Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water,Parking
$18.00 fee per site for overnight camping. Two (2) vehicles or one (1) RV per site is included in the camping fee. $6.00 for a third vehicle.
$6.00 day use fee if not camping overnight.
Fees are payable by cash, check or money order. Self servicing fee tube is available.
Golden Age and Golden Access Cardholder: 50% discount off the camping fee only.
||The following restrictions apply to this campground:
- Maximum 8 persons per site, 2 tents and 2 vehicles or 1 recreation vehicle.
- Dogs must be leashed at all times.
- No discharge of firearms or fireworks.
- Only licensed vehicles can operate inside campground.
- Camping is NOT ALLOWED behind a LOCKED GATE.
||Available during peak season only
||Rocky Mountain Recreation Company
||During peak season, this campground is a full-service campground. Pre-season and extended season have reduced service such as water, trash, or a host may not be available.
Appears on the following maps:
Contact the South Platte Ranger District at 303.275.5610 for more information.
- USGS Quad Mt. Evans
- Pike National Forest
- National Geographic Trails Illustrated #104 (Idaho Springs / Georgetown/ Loveland Pass)
The following areas are located off of Park County Road 60. From U.S. Highway 285, turn north at the community of Webster on to Park County Road 60 going towards Red Cone and Webster Passes.
Please contact the District (303.275.5610) for accessibility to Red Cone and Webster Pass. Due to snow conditions, these trails are not open until late June to early July.
Hiking and 4-wheel driving are the primary activities. The Gibson Lake Trail #633 is a 2.4-mile hike that climbs at a moderate, steady, steep grade. Elevation gain is 1,544'. The trail is for horse or foot travel ONLY. 4-wheel opportunities include Red Cone and Webster Pass.