Mueller's campground is located in a picturesque forest of mixed spruce, fir, pine and aspen trees. Numerous areas throughout the campground offer panoramic views of Pikes Peak.
Mueller State Park is open for winter camping!
- Sites 1-12 and 85-90 are open for the winter season on a first come, first serve basis. Most of these sites can accommodate a small to medium sized tent.
- All winter sites are $20 per night. Camping fee does not include the daily entrance fee of $7 per day.
- The shower house and laundry facilities are closed for the winter.
- All water hydrants have been turned off for the winter. Please bring your own water.
- The dump station is currently available for dry dumps and will remain open until October 31st or until a significant snowfall closes it.
- The comfort station with flush restroom will remain open through the winter.
- The Visitor Center is open 9-4 during the winter.
- The cabins are available for rental year round. Please click on cabin information on the right for further details.
- When there is sufficient snowfall, sledding and tubing are permitted in designated areas.
- Cross country skiing and snow shoeing are popular winter activities. The park does not rent ski, snow shoe or sledding equipment.
View the Campground Map and the Mueller State Park Brochure and Area Map for more information.
- Summer: May 1st through September 30th
- Winter: October 1st through April 30th
Please check the Fees page for current camping and pass fees.
Discounts associated with the Aspen Leaf Annual Pass (for Colorado Residents 64 Years or Older) are valid Sunday through Thursday, excluding holidays.
Campers are limited to a maximum of six persons per site and one camping unit. Camping units consist of either 2 tents or 1 tent + 1 motor home/RV/trailer (if campsite space allows).
Mueller State Park is located in black bear country. Black bears are often seen in the park during the spring, summer and fall. Strict food storage regulations apply year round and 24 hours a day. Learn more about bears in Mueller State Park or visit the CPW Living with Bears page.