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LOL>>THIS, about describes the LOOK I'd get from the wife after she found out 'there are NO hookups'! Good looking lad, BTW. I completely agree with mythplaced and Ron, there is more to camping than the 'hookups', but there's STILL the 'other half' of the equation! Working on that... Bob
It just seems that most city folks, or flatlanders, don't fully understand what the Colorado Rocky Mountains are really about....
Now THIS is a camping site
ALL of these are within 25 miles of the "commercial" campgrounds..On the natural creation that is funded by our tax $$$$
I will say, to each his own....Commercial campgrounds have their benefits...(pool, laundrymat) for me, I don't go to the "mountains" to look at RV's, or swim in a pool, I prefer to swim in a crisp mountain lake, or even wash my clothes in that same lake (no soap though) And I don't mind when the elk bugling wake me up in the morning.
This is where we plan to stay. Had enough of the commercial sites and with 100 gallons of water and a 60 gallon grey tank we'll be just fine for 2-3 days. Nothing like a Navy shower (if you've done it you know what I mean).
2001 Holiday Rambler Endeavor
330 HP Cummins ISC
2007 Dodge Ram 4 X 4 (Hemi)