Glendo State Park
Activities in the park
4 campgrounds in Glendo State Park
Two Moon Campground West is a large campground that is conveniently accessible by paved roads. Pine trees cover the area, providing shade and protection from the wind for campers. There is no direct shore access here, but the campground sits on a bluff overlooking the reservoir. The views are great, so bring your camera!
Two Moon Campground East sits on a bluff overlooking the reservoir. There is no direct shore access here, but the views over the water are awesome. Pine trees in the campground provide shade and protection from the wind, and this large campground is conveniently accessible by paved roads. Boating and fishing are popular in the reservoir, and recor Read more...
Sandy Beach Dune Campground is near the shores of the reservoir. There are two miles of sandy beaches for swimmers and sunbathers to enjoy. Glendo Reservoir is popular with boaters, and trophy-size fish can be caught here. There are more than forty miles of trails to explore in the park, so bring your hiking boots and get out there!
Trees provide some shade at Sandy Beach Willow Campground. Campers have access to two miles of sandy beach, popular with sunbathers and swimmers. Glendo Reservoir attracts boaters and anglers from all over. Trophy-size fish have been caught here, so come prepared to reel in a big one!