Byers Creek Campground is located about 7 miles southwest of Fraser on County Road 73 at an elevation of 9,360 feet. The campground is situated in a dense spruce stand where St Louis and Byers Creek join. There are six sites in the campground. As the road is narrow near the campground, it might be difficult to maneuver an RV into a site. Thus all of the sites are more suitable for tents. All of the sites are heavily wooded and have a picnic table and fire ring or grate. The maximum vehicle length that can be accommodated is 32 feet.
|6 sites||Maximum spur length of 32 feet|
|Drinking water||No reservations|
|One restroom||No disabled facilities|
|Elevation: 9,360 feet|
Sulfur Ranger District: 970-887-4100
Take I-70 to US 40. Travel north on US 40 to Fraser. Turn left on Eisenhower Drive by the Conoco station. Turn left at the "T" in the road. Turn right on County Road 73 and travel 6.5 miles to the campground. The campground is on the left side of the road, two miles past the Fraser Experimental Forest headquarters.
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