Camp at Moraine Park

Moraine Park Campground - Search Nearby - Added by Ryan Mckinney

Moraine Park is campground in Rocky Mountain National Park with easy access to multiple hiking trails. 

Moraine Park Campground is the only year-round campground at Rocky Mountain National Park. During the summer there are 244 reservable campsites and 77 first come first serve during the winter. Large numbers of elk gather in Moraine Park during the rut (September-October) and it's a popular wildlife viewing location. The cost per campsite is $14 during the winter and $20 during the summer.

You can book your site on recreation.gov

Get more info on winter camping here: https://www.theoutbound.com/co...

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Great Camping

I tend to like campgrounds that are less popular, but we camped here the first week in October, and it was the only campground open. We camped in the snow so it was cold but it was fun. There is a lot of hiking near here and the elk are fantastic. I will say it cost $30 for entry into the RMNP and then $26 to camp, so be aware of this before you come! I would definitely recommend camping here in the winter or when it is snowing.

Great place for camp!

Beautiful campground in RMNP. Even though the campground was full, it was still quiet. Camped in the A loop which provided nice mountain views from our site.

Go for a site along the outside

A beautiful campground that can get super busy in the summer. Take the time to plan your trip early and go for a site far from the entrance and along the outside and you won't be disturbed by anything other than the elks bugle-ing too loudly in the meadows below you.