The Indian Creek Campground is located about 10 miles southwest of Sedalia at an elevation of 7,500 feet. The campground contains 11 campsites arranged around two loops, upper and lower. The campsites are located around the outside of a grassy meadow in both loops. These sites are most suitable for tents and small RVs. There are no defined tent pads. Shade is provided by a mixture of aspen, lodgepole, and ponderosa pine trees. Shade ranges from poor to adequate for the 11 campsites. Each loop has a vault toilet. Drinking water is available.
There is also an equestrian campground just to the west. It is located on the other side of a gate. There are eight reservable campsites consisting of a pull-off along side of the road. Each site has a picnic table, fire grate, and hitch rack. There is a vault toilet in the equestrian area.
Open May through early September.
|11 family sites and 8 equestrian sites||Maximum spur length of 20 feet|
|Drinking water||Disabled facilities|
|Two restrooms||Elevation: 7,500 feet|
|Reservations accepted for the equestrian sites|
|Link to recreation.gov (877-444-6777)|
South Platte Ranger District: 303-275-5610
OFF HIGHWAY RIDING: Numerous trails for OHV riding are located in the area.
HORSEBACK RIDING: The equestrian campground allows you to camp with your horse.
Take Highway 85 northwest from Castle Rock to Sedalia . Head southwest on Highway 67 for 10 miles to the campground.
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