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There are 2 campgrounds serving this park. One is for large groups only. It has showers and a hot water sink for all area campers.
The other is called Castle Rock and quite is beautiful. You can reserve a tent/RV friendly space or 2 teepee spots. The teepees sleep up to 8 people and get lots of attention. Flush toilets and hot water available on site but no dish washing sink. Since you are inside a canyon there is almost no phone reception. There are MANY amazing ATV trails, plenty of great hikes and small museum with exhibits on the Fremont people. I highly recommend this quiet, pretty and unique campground with friendly and attentive Rangers. The fee you pay for your spot also covers museum entry. Firewood & ice available.
A nice spot to stop convenient to I70. Sites are large, and can accomodate even class A's with trailer. Most sites near a nice little creek; excellent shade in most all sites. Don't skip the museum. Good ATV trails nearby, but campground is quiet, and noise from 70 isn't too bad.