Yeoman Park Campground


** Due to recent drought conditions, bear activity has been increasing.  For this reason a "food storage order" is in effect at the Yeoman Park Campground, requiring all food and refuse to be stored in hard-sided vehicles or approved bear-resistant containers, or supended at least 10 feet clear of the ground at all points and four feet horizontally from any supporting tree or pole. This order has been issued to provide for public safety and wildlife conservation. Hopefully it will reduce wildlife habituation problems.  Click here to view the food storage order.**

9000-foot elevation. 24 campsites. 2 campsites are accessible, as well as the vault toilets and a nearby fishing platform on Brush Creek. Area trails lead into the Holy Cross Wilderness. NATURAL FEATURES At an elevation of 9,000 ft, Yeoman Park campground is located on the edge of a wetland meadow near Brush Creek and is partly within a mature spruce forest. There are beautiful views of Craig peak (11,902 ft). FACILITIES Yeoman Park campground has 24 campsites with picnic tables, fire ring grills and 11 sites have tent platforms; 15 of the sites are within a forested area while the other 9 are in the open. Eighteen sites can accommodate RV's 15-30 feet long and 6 sites have room for vehicles longer than 30 ft. There are 3 vault toilets. No trash service or water is provided. Handicapped Accessibility: Part of the Yeoman Park campground has been redesigned to accommodate Forest visitors with disabilities. Two campsites, one on either side of the accessible vault toilets in Loop A, are equipped with a modified picnic table and a low fire grill. There is also a fishing platform on Brush Creek near the park entrance. ATTRACTIONS: WILDLIFE - As listed in the Colorado Wildlife Viewing Guide, Yeoman Park is a good place to view an extensive beaver colony. There are many opportunities to watch small mammals such as tree and ground squirrels and to see birds of prey like the red-tailed hawk. HISTORY - A visit to the historic mining town of Fulford is just a few miles up Forest Road 418. Foundations of an old Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) camp built in the 1930's can be seen in the meadow northwest of the campground. TRAILS - The Yeoman Park Discovery trail (200 yards) is accessible to those who have disabilities. There are interpretive signs encouraging visitors to use their senses to experience the nature of Yeoman Park. The Lake Charles trail #1899 (5.35 miles) begins

There is a printable Recreation Quicksheet for this campground which is complete with directions, details, and other information about this campground.

At a Glance

Reservations: not reservable
Fees $8/Night for single unit
Open Season: May
Usage: Light
Closest Towns: Eagle
Operated By: Forest Service

General Information

Directions: From I-70 exit 147 for Eagle, turn south on Eby Creek Rd to the Route 6 roundabout.At roundabout, turn right (west) on Route 6/Grand Ave and travel 0.8 miles to next roundabout. At this roundabout, take the third right onto Sylvan Lake Road.Continue 1.6 miles to Brush Creek Road, and take a right on Brush Creek Road.Follow Brush Creek Rd for roughly 9 miles to the fork of East and West Brush Creek.Turn left onto East Brush Creek Rd., FDR 415 and drive for 6 miles to Yeoman Park.Turn right into the campground.

Recreation Map

Map showing recreational areas. Map Information


Camping & Cabins

Show detail SHOW


Show detail SHOW


Show detail SHOW

Horse Riding & Camping

Show detail SHOW

Nature Viewing

Show detail SHOW


Show detail SHOW

Scenic Driving

Show detail SHOW
Areas & Activities


  Latitude : 

  Longitude : 

  Elevation : 


picture of different recreation quicksheets

Recreation Quicksheets

Hiker on some rocks.

It's all yours. Link opens in a new window