This small campground, stretches along the banks of the South Fork of the Rio Grande River among mature spruce. Many sites are adjacent to the river. US Highway 160 is very close by so some traffic noise is common day and night. With heavy understory, the campground has the feel of spacious seclusion and is very cool and shady.
This is bear country; practice safe food storage techniques.
There is fishing nearby in the South Fork of the Rio Grande and Park Creek. Wolf Creek Pass is 9.5 miles west from the campground. The facilities include 13 newly remodeled gravel sites with tables and steel fireplace rings (firewood is not provided), 2 vault type toilets, a centralized refuse bin and a developed drinking water system with hand pumps (in season) and adequate turn around and parking space for trailers. This is a great nightly stop over campground for travelers on US Highway 160.
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At a Glance
Campground will close September 15th, and will reopen Memorial weekend 2015.
Open for camping from Memorial Day Weekend through the Labor Day Weekend. Closed and Gated during the off season between September 15th in the fall, and May 15th in the spring.
Accessible,Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets,Drinking water
$17/Night for single unit, $34/Night for double unit Fee envelopes and a collection box are provided near the entrance.
13 campsites, including some wider sites, which can accomodate larger RV's.
Memorial Day weekend - Labor Day
June through August
Must have a Colorado fishing license to fish in the South Fork of the Rio Grande.