Jacks Gulch Campground is located about 6.4 miles south of Highway 14 on the Pingree Park Road at an elevation of 8,100 feet. The campground is situated in a large mixed ponderosa pine and aspen stand. There are 70 sites in the campground. Sixty are suitable for RV camping and ten are more suitable for tents. Most of the sites wooded. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring or grate. Some of the sites have electrical hookups. The maximum vehicle length that can be accommodated is 50 feet. This campground is one of the few campgrounds to have facilities for horses. An equestrian loop has five sites with four pipe corrals each for camping with your horses. There is also a group camping area in the campground.
|70 sites||Maximum spur length of 50 feet|
|Drinking water||Horse facilities|
|Six restrooms||Disabled facilities|
|Reservations accepted (group and sites 57-58)||Electrical hookups|
|Wheelchair accessible trails||Elevation: 8,100 feet|
|Link to recreation.gov (877-444-6777)|
Canyon Lakes Ranger District: 970-295-6700
BICYCLING: The old Flowers Road and numerous jeep roads offer ample opportunity for mountain bike rides.
HORSEBACK RIDING: The Flowers, Little Beaver Creek, and Fish Creek trails offer great rides for equestrians.
Take Highway 287 north from Fort Collins to Laporte. Continue on Highway 287 to Highway 14. Travel west on 14 for 24 miles to the Pinegree Park Road. Turn left and travel 6.4 miles to the campground. The campground is on the right side of the road.
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