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Custer County, Colorado

Top Lodging in and near Custer County

  • Custer County, Colorado

    Davenport Campground

    Overview Davenport Campground was one of the first Forest Service campgrounds, and is near the now-abandoned Squirrel Creek Campground, the very first Forest Service campground in the country. In 2010, Davenport was rebuilt to evoke the original 1920s design. Adirondack shelters and a common coo...
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  • Westcliffe, Colorado

    Alvarado Campground

    Overview Alvarado Campground, located at an elevation of 9,000 ft., is a prime location for accessing easy to challenging hikes in the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness. The variety of trails lead to high elevation lakes, picturesque waterfalls, and a number of stunning scenic overlooks. Alvarado is de...
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  • Rye, Colorado

    Ponderosa Group Lake Isabel

    Overview Ponderosa Group Campground, located near the sparkling 40-acre Lake Isabel, beckons large groups for picnicking and camping in the Lake Isabel Recreation Area. The campground accommodates 60 guests for overnight camping. Visitors can enjoy entertainment like volleyball and horseshoes, or...
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  • Rye, Colorado

    Spruce Group Lake Isabel

    Overview Spruce Group Campground, located in the Lake Isabel Recreation Area, is a great place to bring groups for picnicking and camping on the scenic Lake Isabel. The campground accommodates 50 guests for day-use and 40 guests for overnight camping. Some RVs can fit in the paved parking area fo...
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  • Rye, Colorado

    St Charles Campground Lake Isabel

    Overview Nestled among aspen and tall Douglas fir trees, St. Charles Campground is in a quiet part of the Lake Isabel Recreation Area. Located on the banks of St. Charles Creek, the campground is popular with campers who enjoy the sounds of water tumbling through the shaded boulders. Recreation L...
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  • Rye, Colorado

    La Vista Campground Lake Isabel

    Overview La Vista Campground is situated in a meadow overlooking the west side of the 40-acre Lake Isabel. It is set along the Frontier Pathways and Historic Byway in the Wet Mountains along one of the Colorado Birding Trails.Lake Isabel is one of the few lakes in Colorado developed purely for re...
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  • Rye, Colorado

    Southside Campground Lake Isabel

    Overview Southside Campground is a small RV facility situated in the Wet Mountains by Lake Isabel. The popular recreation area offers a selection of hiking trails and great fishing and paddle boating on Lake Isabel.Lake Isabel was built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the late 1930s, for th...
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  • Rye, Colorado

    Lake Isabel Cabin

    Overview Lake Isabel Cabin is ideal for guests who wish to experience camping in the Pike and San Isabel National Forest, yet sleep in a bed with a roof overhead. The modern cabin is full-service and can accommodate up to six guests, with convenient access to Lake Isabel, just three minutes away....
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  • Mosca, Colorado

    Pinon Flats Campground

    Overview Pinon Flats Campground is located in Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve in southern Colorado. The huge dunes are the tallest in North America and comprise about 11 percent of an enormous sand deposit that covers more than 330 square miles. The dunes have long stood as a landma...
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  • Cañon City, Colorado

    Sand Gulch Campground

    The Sand Gulch Campground offers 16 sites. It is set in a low area, near an open meadow and the Sand Gulch Climbing area. It is open year round. Fee: 7$ individual, and 14$ group site. No reservations; first come, first served. Bring your own water. Elevation is 6,450 feet. Sand Gulch Campground ...
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  • Villa Grove, Colorado

    Brewery Creek Guard Station

    Overview Brewery Creek Guard Station is situated at an elevation of 9,500 feet in a densely wooded aspen grove overlooking Brewery Creek. The cabin is a few miles south of the Continental Divide on the northern end of the San Luis Valley in the Rio Grande National Forest. Built in 1935, the two ...
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