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Old 01-03-2013, 06:30 PM   #1
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Campground in Glenwood Springs, CO

Looking for a suggestion for a campground in Glenwood Springs area. We are camping with 2 children in a 35 foot Class A pusher. Scenery is more important than amenities. We can live without hookups. Thanks in advance.
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We stayed at Elk Creek Campground (Elk Creek Campground, New castle, Colorado RV sites, Cabins, Tent sites, Mountain, River, Fly fishing, Cabins, Elk, Hunting, Colorado Rockies) in New Castle, CO a few years ago. It was a scenic campground. Some of the sites are tight due to trees. Just a few minutes from Glenwood Springs. I'd stay there again.
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We enjoyed Bogan Flats Campground, White River Nat'l Forest. It's in a beautiful area along a stream with many places to explore. Here's a link:

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We enjoyed Bogan Flats Campground, White River Nat'l Forest. It's in a beautiful area along a stream with many places to explore. Here's a link:

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I checked it out online and this spot looks great. Thank You. How are the roads leading to this spot from I70? Will I have any problems with a 35ft. MH with toad?
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we stayed at the glenwood canyon resort a few years back. just east of GS, there's a bike/hike trail into town. our site had the back of the trailer overhang the river. pretty peaceful but you do have the occasional freight train rumbling by across the river.
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I checked it out online and this spot looks great. Thank You. How are the roads leading to this spot from I70? Will I have any problems with a 35ft. MH with toad?
You won't have any problems - it's all paved. Our 40' did just fine! Enjoy...
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