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My mother, brother, our two dogs and I stayed here in late June and again in early July. We took one of the first sites and it was plenty large enough for three tents - a one man, two person, and three person tent. There were people around, but being Covid times, not full.
It had a nice firepit, but the fire restrictions were in full force, so we didn't get to use it. We used our camp stove instead and it was just fine..
The sites are all close to the creek, which is beautiful in view and sound. Plus it was great not to have to walk to far to get water (don't forget to filter), and the sites were still far enough that the bugs weren't horrible. The mosquitoes were out as other reviewers describe, but not in full force yet.
We went in early Fall and mosquitos were not a problem. It's a small number of sites, but cool next to the creek in shady campsites. There IS potable water about one mile away at the park in Crestone, from a pressurized spigot. Very close to the Sand Dunes, it's a nice site, strategically located and well-maintained.
Let me start with the pros of this campground: It's tucked away with only a few sites and very little traffic. The sites are large and spread apart from each other. The creek runs through the back of every site. Sites are well-maintained. Now for the cons: I have literally never seen so many mosquitos in my whole life. The swarms were thick and you couldn't move without having a handful stuck to you. We covered up head-to-toe in loose-fitting clothes and I still walked away with over 30 bites on my ankles (where my socks were tight enough for them to bite through), wrists, hands and forehead. We were trapped in our tent the whole time we were there to avoid being eaten alive.