Area Status: Closed
10,000-foot elevation. 22 campsites near Mix Lake. Convenient to the Conejos River, the San Juan Wilderness, Platoro Reservoir, and other nearby ponds and lakes. Numerous trailheads in the area. Mix Lake Campground is one mile west of Platoro in the Conejos River drainage. This is a good access point for the South San Juan Wilderness. Mix Lake, Platoro Reservoir, Conejos River, Lily Pond and Kerr Lake can all be accessed for fishing. Trail accesses include Lake Fork Trail 716 and Sawmill Gulch Trail. One can also visit the historic town of Platoro and the Mix Lake overlook is on-site. The campground has 22 sites with tables and fireplaces. 3 vault type toilets, refuse receptacles and pickup, ample parking with convenient trailer spaces and drinking water are provided
At a Glance
||Campground will reopen Memorial weekend 2017
|Rentals & Guides:
||The nearby resort community of Platoro also offers boat and canoe rentals, trail rides, cook's night, there are outfitter-guides, cabins and a store.
||Tent camping,Camping trailer,Picnic tables,Toilets
||$16/Night for single unit. This is a fee campground. Fee envelopes and a collection box are provided near the entrance.
||22 sites - 5 are pull through sites/ $16.00 - overnight
||Memorial Weekend - Labor Day
||There is private land in the area, secure permission before entering.
||Antonito - Near Platoro
||Concessionaire - Conejos Peak Ranger District, 719-274-8971
Directions from Monte Vista, Colorado: Take Colorado Highway 17 south 12.0 miles. Take the Twelve Mile Road 12.0 miles west to the forest boundary where it becomes the Alamosa-Conejos River Road #250. Follow #250 17.0 miles up the Alamosa River and over Stunner Pass to Mix Lake.
Directions from Antonito, Colorado: Take Colorado Highway 17 west 23.0 miles to the Alamosa-Conejos River Road #250 at Elk Creek. Follow #250 23 miles up the Conejos River to Mix Lake.