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Old 10-11-2018, 10:33 AM   #15
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We like to camp along the Poudre River along CO14 between Fort Collins and Walden. There are many USFS campgrounds easily found in the ParkAdvisor app. We have recently camped at Mountain Park and Kelly Flats campgrounds in a rig your size.
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Old 10-11-2018, 10:56 AM   #16
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I highly recommend this site, along the Williams fork River. If you do a map view, cross over the bridge, and there is a site right on east side of the river. About any size rig will fit there. It was in use a month ago, so we had to camp on the west side of the river. Still good, though!!!

If you have a fishing pole, just a hook with a worm will get you all the brookies you could want

https://freecampsites.net/#!134937&query=sitedetails

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Old 10-11-2018, 03:24 PM   #17
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Carter Lake South Campground... Larimer Co parks

Not totally boondocking because they have AC power.


971 N Co Rd 31, Berthoud, CO 80513
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Old 10-16-2018, 10:15 AM   #18
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Learning... Is this dispersed camping? 39.672167, -107.569598 Rifle district, Winter MVU White river NF
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The only safe way to know for sure is to contact the district ranger at the Rifle District. And keep in mind that it is the peak of the big game hunting season and that the White River NF is the most popular hunting area in Colorado.
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The only safe way to know for sure is to contact the district ranger at the Rifle District. And keep in mind that it is the peak of the big game hunting season and that the White River NF is the most popular hunting area in Colorado.
This might help.

https://www.fs.usda.gov/activity/whi...40405&actid=34
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Don't want to get a hole shot in the coach and dang sure don't want to ruin someone's hunting trip...
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Don't want to get a hole shot in the coach and dang sure don't want to ruin someone's hunting trip...
As we have learned then over the years - During hunting season you need to Camp in the National Parks - No Hunting in - but walk out and it is Hunting Season. Trust me, the Animals Know where the Boundaries are as Campers, we need to be aware Also. -

Nothing against the Hunters, but more about me and the DW, just looking for the Peace and Quiet.

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Some national parks allow hunting IN them. We volunteered in Sleeping Bear Dunes and yes, there was hunting.

https://www.nrahlf.org/articles/2016...ational-parks/

Here's a list but check first:

https://www.nps.gov/subjects/hunting/visit.htm
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Some national parks allow hunting IN them. We volunteered in Sleeping Bear Dunes and yes, there was hunting.

https://www.nrahlf.org/articles/2016...ational-parks/

Here's a list but check first:

https://www.nps.gov/subjects/hunting/visit.htm
My Bad

Should have asked the Elk as Apparently about 60% allow ďGame Management ď of some sort.

Thanks for the Correction.
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Rifle falls state park. CO. Almost boondockimg this time of year.
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