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​​​Lathrop has 103 campsites and three group-camping areas. The campgrounds accommodate motor homes, trailers and tents, and offer either a basic or improved camping experience. 

Reserve a campsite at Lathrop online, or see the reservations page for additional reservations policies and information. Camping pricing information can be found on the park Fees page​. Group campground reservations can be made by calling the park directly at (719) 738-2376

Winter Camping is available on a first come basis. No camping reservations will be taken and Loop B in Pinon campground will remain open throughout the winter months.

​​Quiet hours should be observed from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m.

Yucca Campground

Site 11. Image Courtesy of Jonathan D KellyYucca Campground is non-electric. It has 21 back-in campsites providing a basic camping experience with gravel roads, vault toilets, water hydrants throughout the campground, and a dump station. Each site has a picnic table and a fire pit. This area can accommodate tents and small camping units such as pop-up campers, camper vans, pickup trucks with camper tops, and small RV’s.  Trash receptacles are provided at the campground entrance. View the Yucca Campground Map.

Pi​​​ñ​on​ Campground

Spanish Peaks and Martin Lake. Image Courtesy of Jonathan D KellyPi​​​ñ​on Campground has 82 campsites and features pull-through or back-in paved sites, paved roads, up to 50-amp electrical hookups, fire pits, and picnic tables. It also has new restrooms and pay showers in each loop. Public water hydrants are located throughout the campground but do not allow for individual hookup, and a dump station is available. Trash receptacles are located at the entrance to each of the campground’s four loops.  Handicap sites are also available. Children will enjoy the centrally located playground, and evening programs can be enjoyed in the Pi​​​ñ​on​ amphitheater every Friday and Saturday night from Memorial Day through Labor Day. The golf course is also within walking distance. View the Pi​​​ñ​on Campground Map.