This place was INCREDIBLE. By far the best hip camp site I’ve been to. The campsites felt natural and earthy without feeling grungy. The scenery is so ridiculous it’s not even funny. Being from Denver, I’ve traveled around Colorado and camped a lot and this campsite is my favorite by a long shot. Cute little beaver dam in the lake, everyone is respectful of each other, the other campsites were far enough away that we felt we had total privacy. The creek is accessible from the property as well so if you’re into fishing or dipping your toes in its ideal. Beautiful trees surrounding you, peaceful noise from the creek and nearby waterfall (a short hike with a HUGE reward). I would highly highly highly recommend!
Personal tip: bring at least 1 extra blanket! We have two sleeping bags and a blanket and we’re still chilly so better to be extra prepared :)
This campsite was good for our one night stay. You won’t have cell service which amazing OTHER than the fact that the site is definitely on the primitive side in terms of finding it. We were on the creekside site and there was no creek at the time which the site host of course can’t control, but it made finding the campsite more difficult for sure. I wouldn’t rely on your phones gps to find this site, we ended up saying screw it and hoped we were at the correct place and ended up getting lucky. The actual property was pretty dirty in the sense that it seems like previous campers may just kinda leave their things there (ie. Engine oil bottles, boxes of misc rusty tools, what looked like an old part of an exhaust from a car perhaps, general garbage). It’s a bummer, because I have a feeling the garbage on the property it probably left by random people and not the owner, so it’s a shame because it has potential to be a great spot. All in all, nothing to write home about by any means, but we had a place to sleep at least!