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Beautiful canyon with many great sites for $15. When you camp, admission to the Fremont Indian Museum is include and we spent a couple hours there. The flush toilets at the campsite were turned off for winter, but the pit toilet was fine. When we...More
Found this spot almost by accident (thanks, AllStays app), and wound up staying for four nights. Spots are well spaced out as other reviews have mentioned. Bathrooms super clean on our visit. Easy highway access, but no services close by, so bring your own food....More
I love, love this place because our site was very private. Gorgeous scenery, hiking trails from the campground and a really great paved bike path nearby. Bill, the camp host is wonderful and an extremely hard worker. The only downside is on the weekends there...More
The sites were well spaced out with enough vegetation to make them quite private and pleasant. The cliffs surrounding the campground made from an interesting view and atmosphere. We hiked an easy, forested trail from the campground in the morning. The showers at the other...More
we only spent a night, but really liked it. The campground is part of the Fremont Indian museum, also excellent. The campground host is very pro-active and does a excellent job. We did not have any atvs' going by our campsite, raising dust, we really...More
Castle Rock campground has 31 Camp sites. They will accommodate any camping units from tents and large RVs. The campground is located just off I-70 exit 17. Campground is open from April to the end of October. For more information or to make a reservation Visit Fremont Indian State Park and Museum.