Most of Mancos State Park’s 32 campsites sit in the shadow of a mature Ponderosa pine forest on the south side of the reservoir. All campsites have fire rings and picnic tables. There are vault toilets and drinking water but no electrical hookups. A dump station is located at the exit of the main campground. There are no shower facilities in the park. You can see photos of the campsites here.
In addition to the campsites, two yurts are available year round at sites 22 and 24 (reservations required 1-800-678-2267). The yurts are heated, accessible by vehicle, and provide a unique and wonderful winter season experience.
There are nine campsites (closed in winter) on the west side of the lake primarily for tent camping with vault toilets but no water. Several of the campsites in the upper loop of the main campground are kept open through the winter for winter camping.
Bundles of firewood are available for purchase in the park during the summer at $5/bundle. We encourage you to purchase this firewood as it is locally collected from fire fuels and forest health treatment on the park and reduces the risk of introducing pests to our area (which often accompany wood brought into the park).
See the Mancos Camping and Conditions pages for more information.