The South Fork Campground is located about 27 miles northeast of Silverthorn at an elevation of 8,940 feet. The campground is situated in a stand of spruce and lodgepole pines near the South Fork of the Williams Fork River. There are 21 sites in the campground. All of the sites are suitable for RV camping. The campsites are well wooded and offer ample privacy. Each site has a picnic table and fire ring or grate. The maximum vehicle length that can be accommodated is 23 feet. Horses are permitted in the campground. There are two wooden pole corrals at the southeast end of the campground away from the campsites. Sites 14 and 15 are the closest campsites to the corrals.
|21 sites||Maximum spur length of 23 feet|
|Drinking water||Next to stream or lake|
|Two restrooms||Disabled facilities|
|No reservations||Horse corrals|
|Picnic area||Elevation: 8,940 feet|
Sulfur Ranger District: 970-887-4100
Take I-70 to Silverthorn. Travel north on SR 9 for approximately 12 miles to Forest Road 132. Turn right on 132 and go over Ute Pass to Forest Road 138 (about 9 miles). Turn right and travel about 5.5 miles to the campground. You will turn right and go under some railroad tracks just before you get to the campground. The campground is on the right side of the road.
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