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Campgrounds & Backcountry Camping
Campgrounds & Backcountry Camping

​​​Reverend's Ridge​

​Capacity: 97 sites. Each site is limited to a maximum of 6 people.

Map: View the Reverend's Ridge Campground map.

Fifty-nine of the 97 campsites at Reverend's Ridge have electrical hookups. Each pedestal has 20, 30, and 50 amp capability. 

Reverend's Ridge Pricing

For pricing information, see the Fees page​.

Reverend's Ridge office is located off of Gap Road. The office is open seven days a week from Memorial Day weekend through September 30. Phone: 303-642-3856.​

Winter Reservations

A limited number of campsites at Reverend's Ridge campground are open in the winter on a first-come, first-served basis through the self-service station located in the campground. 

  • Some facilities are closed during cold weather months. 

To see Reverend's Ridge campsites, please roll-over the image below. ​​

​​​​​​​​Aspen Meadows

Capacity: 35 sites

MapView the Aspen Meadows Campground map.

Aspen Meadows features 35 basic, tent-only campsites. Facilities include a water pump, vault toilets, and designated campsites with table, fire rings, and high use tent pads. 

There are two water sources in Aspen Meadows Campground. One hand pump is located near site # 31, and one "jug filler" at Meadow Loop site #8. Please bring extra water containers to minimize trips to the hydrants.​

Aspen Meadows Pricing

For pricing information, see the Fees page​.

Equestrian Facilities

Sites 15 and 16 will accommodate horses.​

Campers have the option of tethering, cobbling, or erecting a temporary corral for their horses. There is room to park a traditional horse trailer at both of these sites, but not a combination horse trailer/rv. 

Please call the park for specific information.

Campground Closed for the Winter

This campground closes in mid-October and typically opens in mid-May depending on weather conditions.​

​​Backcountry

Capacity: 4 shelters and 20 tent sites

Map: View the backcountry ​camping map.

Permit Required. Backcountry camping permits must be obtained at the Visitors Center.

To ensure safety, NO fires are allowed in the backcountry.

Shelters

There are four backcountry shelters. These three-sided structures, which are built in the Appalachian trail-hut tradition, have roofs and wood floors. Each hut can sleep up to six people without a tent.

Tent Sites

There are 20 backcountry tent sites open year-round. Many of these sites are located in large, scenic meadows and are surrounded by 10,000 foot peaks. Each site is limited to a maximum of 6 people. 

Shelter & Tent Site Pricing

For pricing information, see the Fees page​.​