Year-round camping is available
. Summer weekends fill fast, with off-peak times providing quieter experiences.
- Winter camping: Abilene Loop is reservable thru reservations, as well as walk-up.
Campground Brochure and map to view site locations and pricing information.
Reserve individual sites online, or call 1-800-244-5613.
Campground amenities include:
Deluxe full hook-up sites (20, 30, & 50 amp sites)
Basic tent sites
Showers and laundry facilities (possible seasonal closures)
Dump Station - (Seasonal closure in winter season, anticipated opening April 1, 2018.)
Quiet hours are observed from 10 p.m. to 6 a.m. Please see Campground Rules for additional information.
It’s illegal to dump waste, sewage, including dishwater, onto the ground or in the water. Please use the dump station located by the campground entrance if necessary.
Firewood can be purchased at the campground. Please help us protect our natural resources; do not gather wood for your fires.
Group sites are most popular on summer weekends and advance reservations are required by calling the Camper Registration Office at 303-693-3957.
The group campsites offer electric only hook-ups.
Water and sewer is available at the dump station near the entrance to the campground. The dump station offers potable and non-potable water.
- Chief Ouray site will accommodate 72 people
- Cherokee and Arapahoe each accommodate up to 36 people
Check out the Group Campsites Brochure and 2016 GCA Rental Information.
The outdoor Amphitheater is located in the campground and offers bench seating, a podium and a fire pit. It will accommodate groups up to 100 people.
For details see the Group Campsites and Amphitheater brochure and the Amphitheater Rental Information flyer.
Reservations can be made by calling the Camper Registration Office at 303-693-3957.