The Geneva Park Campground is located approximately 6.3 miles northwest of the small town of Grant, Colorado on County Road 62 (Guanella Pass Scenic Byway). The elevation here is 9,800 feet. The 26 campsites are situated around a lollypop shaped loop near Geneva Creek. These sites are more suitable for tents or small RVs. There are no defined tent pads but plenty of flat areas. The campground is located in a dense stand of lodgepole pines. Few low branches make privacy only a dream. Sites 4 – 7, 9 – 11, 13 – 15, 19 – 23, and 26 are reservable. There are two vault toilets and a water hydrant. The road through the campground is dirt/gravel and often pocked with potholes. Open late May through October.
|26 sites||Maximum spur length of 20 feet|
|Drinking water||Disabled facilities|
|Two restrooms||Elevation: 9,800 feet|
|Link to recreation.gov (877-444-6777)|
South Platte Ranger District: 303-275-5610
BIKING: Trails and forest roads are easily accessible from the campground.
SCENIC DRIVING : Take the Guanella Pass Scenic Byway for a great scenic drive.
Take Highway 285 to Grant. Turn north on County Road 62 and travel about 6.3 miles to the campground.
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