Logan Caldwell

Not even that crowded!

For being in the Aderfer/Three Sisters area, this hike had surprisingly few people on it! Great alternative to the three sisters hike if you're looking for a little more wilderness on your hike.

Always great

We've stayed here a few times over the last couple of years and we are always pleasantly surprised by how secluded it is. It's a great place to stay the night if you're attempting Mt. Elbert in the morning!

Great Weekend Getaway

I loved this camping area because it's so close to Denver - I don't have to worry about fighting people for a spot because I can get there in like an hour and a half after work. Didn't like how busy the roads were at night (at least one car every hour or so), or how dirty our campsite was (spent 15 minutes picking up the previous occupants trash before we could even start to think about unpacking). HOWEVER, once we got it cleaned up it was a great spot to pitch a tent and hang the hammock for the weekend!

Good close adventure

Love it for it's proximity to Denver, but other than that it left a little to be desired. I prefer exploring within the Red Rocks Park itself.

4.5 stars

Neato-burrito. We saw a snake on the trail and the views from the top were pretty great.

Super interesting

It started out a little crowded, but by the time we got to the Megalithic House there weren't many people around. Definitely a good place to stop as you're driving through the park.