Arapaho Bay Campground is located at the southeast end of Lake Granby along the shore. There are three separate loops: Big Rock, Moraine, and Roaring Fork. There are 84 sites in the campground. Seventy five are suitable for RV camping and nine are more suitable for tents. All of the tent sites are located in the Roaring Fork Loop. Most of the sites are heavily wooded with lodgepole pine. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring or grate. The maximum vehicle length that can be accommodated is 35 feet.
|84 sites||Maximum spur length of 35 feet|
|Drinking water||Next to stream or lake|
|Seven restrooms||No disabled facilities|
|Reservations accepted||Picnic area|
|Trash disposal||Elevation: 8,320 feet|
|Link to recreation.gov (877-444-6777)|
Sulfur Ranger District: 970-887-4100
Take I-70 to US 40. Travel north on US 40 to Granby. Turn right on US 34 just north of Granby. Travel approximately five miles to the entrance to the Arapaho National Recreation Area. Turn right on to Forest Road 125 and travel nine miles to the campground area. The campsites are located on the southeast side of Lake Granby.
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