The Timber Creek Campground is located on the west side of Rocky Mountain National Park at an elevation of 8,900 feet. It is situated on a rise above the Colorado River in a dense stand of lodgepole pine trees. There are no low branches making for limited privacy. This campground has 100 campsites. Thirty two of these sites are walk-in tent sites. The maximum recommended RV length is 30 feet. The roads through the campground are paved, as are most of the parking spaces. All of the sites are well shaded. This campground is open year round (no water in winter). Facilities include flush toilets, running water with sinks with electricity in the bathrooms. There are no hookups at the campsites. Campsites are available on a first come first served basis. No reservations are accepted. There is a dump station at the campground. Sites 22, 24, 26, and 39 are disabled accessible. There is an amphitheater for ranger talks. Deer, elk, and moose often can be seen around this campground. The Colorado River is immediately west of the campground for those who wish to fish.
|100 sites||Maximum spur length of 30 feet|
|Drinking water||Disabled facilities|
|Five flush toilet restrooms||Elevation:8,900 feet|
|No reservations||Next to stream or lake|
Rocky Mountain National Park: 970- 586-1206
WILDLIFE VIEWING : There is an abundance of wildlife for your viewing pleasure in HorseshoePark.
From EstesPark, take Highway 36 to the Beaver Meadows entrance. Take Trail Ridge Road for about 32 miles to the campground. From Granby, take Highway 34 north to the GrandLake entrance. Follow Highway 34 for about 9 miles to the campground.
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