County park with 3 campgrounds. Hundreds of empty spaces when the nearby national park was full. Some with views. Pit toilets, dump, water, fire rings, tables.
$35 dry camping per night plus $10 per vehicle and $8.75 reservation fee
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Sites for dry camping are $35.00 per night plus a $10.00 per vehicle fee and a $8.75 reservation fee.Report Check-In
When paying for the camping ($64), we were told there was no dumping and water available, but there is in fact. Just in front of the checkin office there is a small street turning left with a dumping station and fresh waterReport Check-In
Nice campground, awesome trail system but very expensive in our opinion. After driving all day up and down forest roads looking for a spot to boondock and not finding anything that our 170 sprinter could get to, we caved and opted to stay here for 2 nights before going to RMNP.
It was $30 a night, but my gripe is that they charge you the $10 day pass for each night you stay on top of it. Then we got charges a $7 reservation fee even though we didn't reserve anything. If it hadn't been so late in the day we may have moved on, but we were tired, stressed and out of options.
They did have very clean bathrooms and the sites were pretty nice. Close to Estes Park.Report Check-In
We booked a spot the night before arriving at Bobcat Campground inside the park for three nights in July. It’s about 2.5 miles past the office through some switchbacks, but made it easily without FWD. Just 20 minutes from Estes Park! Can buy ice/firewood from the office. Pit toilets available and cleaned regularly.
We paid around $145 total for three nights ($105 for the site, $30 vehicle fee, $8.75 res fee). A little higher than we expected, but it was the busy season and short notice.Report Check-In
$9 entrance fee, $30 after hours fee. Lots of wildlife activity! A bull moose came right up to us at our camp. Flat areas, fire pits, bear lockers, and benches. Bathrooms were there too.Report Check-In