Family friendly! Lots of desirable camp sites wheel chair access easy to pull up in to. Great views. Open walking paths all over! Very private. Amazing wild life. Our motto leave no trace. Please pack out your trash. Very quite @ night. This land has been passed down in the family. And it's very special to a lot of family's and friends. We have kept up on the land and keep
Family friendly! Lots of desirable camp sites wheel chair access easy to pull up in to. Great views. Open walking paths all over! Very private. Amazing wild life. Our motto leave no trace. Please pack out your trash. Very quite @ night. This land has been passed down in the family. And it's very special to a lot of family's and friends. We have kept up on the land and keeping it clean and basic for when you want to enjoy nature quietly. Winter camping welcomed but will need to hike in. Back county skiing is amazing in this area! . Road disclaimer, the road to the camp site has a dip, if you have a low clearance car it might bottom out on that. No trailers, they will not make it up. Recommend an AWD vehicle. If you are coming from a low altitude grabe some oxygen cans @ the B&F grocery store. We are @ 10,000 feet. In the winter you will need to snowshoe in. Please check in rules & safety, Copy & paste to check for fire ban. This is to hopefully prepare you. Please think about these things before you book. Thank you.
- Check in: After 11AM
- Check out: Before 10AM
- Cancellation policy: Flexible
- On arrival: Go straight to camp
- Minimum nights: 1 night
- Accepts bookings: 3 months out Weeknight discount: 10% off
Offered on the Host's property or nearby.
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Perfect mountain getaway
Beautiful little spot on the mountains, very secluded and quiet. The scenery and views were absolutely amazing!!! Getting there is a little complicated but once you’re there the campsite is pretty magical! It also says there was a bathroom available but we couldn’t find it anywhere. Make sure you have a high clearance car, the roads are as bad as they are described to be.
Gorgeous in autumn
Like others, we had a little bit of trouble finding this campground. The coordinates from the host helped a lot.
We had one camper across from us, but other than that we didn’t experience much traffic at all. It was incredibly quiet at the beginning of October. The aspens and the access to the surrounding beauty were well worth the trip.
There was no Porta potty as advertised. Be aware of that.
I will say that other campers visiting this place before us we’re not respectful. We found little bits of junk and trash everywhere. It looked like someone used this area as a shooting range too—casings and shards of glass and metal littered the site. Someone left a full pile of egg shells for instance. Nope, that stuff doesn’t immediately biodegrade. A campsite isn’t a compost bin.
We spent some time cleaning up.
If you use a Hipcamp, please be kind to the owner and others who come after. Pack it out! Otherwise, we had a restful rejuvenating time.
Pretty but not worth $55
Well the area is gorgeous and I have been back to area multiple times to camp, $55 for a piece of dirt in the public forest with no facilities of any kind and absolutely atrocious directions is not a good value. While “lost” in the forest trying to find the campsite because of inaccurate directions the host was non-responsive to multiple attempts to text and phone calls so don’t expect any assistance on that end either.
Save your money and camp for free right next-door to it on the public forest service roads where there’s multiple free much larger camp sites
Nice little secluded spot. It's not 100% away from anyone - there was another campsite with a parking spot not too far away, and a car will drive by here and there - but for the most part you're out on your own. Plenty of room for two tents, and if you walk up the road a bit there's a nice lookout from the top of a small boulder field. The directions are a TINY bit unclear. When you see a spot you can turn left onto another road (not just a parking spot), take that left, then look left immediately for the small drive to the campsite.