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Timber Creek Campground

Ten miles north of Grand Lake Entrance, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
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04/06/2017 05/06/2017
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    2 adults
    • 2 adults
      0 children
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        Traveller (44)
        Hotel & Grounds (43)
        Bathroom (1)
        Overview
        • Excellent44%
        • Very good40%
        • Average11%
        • Poor0%
        • Terrible3%
        21 Sep 2016
        “The campsite less frequented!”
        6 Sep 2016
        “Wildlife visitors”
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        Reviewed 17 December 2016

        I loved the fact that this campground was built with minimal damage to nature. There were so many elk around. The very beginning of the mighty Colorado River was right next to our campground. How cool is that?? No showers but there were flush toilets...More

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        Reviewed 21 September 2016

        We decided to camp here for a night (after two nights at Moraine Campground). First impressions are rather depressing. A lot of the trees have been chopped off because of the beetle infestation. The campground is first come first serve and not having a map...More

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        Reviewed 7 September 2016 via mobile

        The campground on the west side of the park, nice spot. About 20 elk stopped in for a visit. It is. The overflow campground that doesn't take reservations. Loved it! Not far to drive from one side of the park to the other either.

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        Reviewed 27 August 2016

        We arrived quite late in the day, but it was no problem to get a campsite at all. Anything was clean and each campsite has its own firepit and picknick table. It's a great point to start hikes in the colorado river valley. On our...More

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        Reviewed 7 August 2016 via mobile

        We stayed one night at Timber Creek while touring the park. The campground fills up fast, so I highly recommend getting a spot early (first-come-first-serve). The view is fantastic, as you're in the middle of the valley surrounded by mountains. In fact, my only complaint...More

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        • Price range
        • US$14 - US$20 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
        • Number of rooms
        • 100
        • Location
        • United States >
        • Colorado >
        • Rocky Mountain National Park
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        Traveller (44)
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        Room Tips
        "We had #72 which was right on the creek. #71 or #73 (next to us) was further in from the road and a little..."
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        "Don't forget to pack a warm sleeping bag, cause nights can get pretty cold up here."
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        "Campsites away from the main road were good."
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        "We got there early and it didn't seem to start filling up until early evening."
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