While there isn't much left to see of this historically significant camp, the area is beautiful and there are maintained dirt roads through the camp that you can travel to give you an idea what this military camp must have been like. There are interpretive signs on the highway as well as some additional signs in the camp itself. There is a campground on site, but not much else. The men who were stationed and trained here at 9200 feet above sea level must have had challenging conditions in the winter. In the summer, the camp is surrounded by beautiful scenery. If you are visiting because you know someone who served in the 10th Mountain Division or are a student of military history, do some research on the Internet before you arrive. It will make your visit even more meaningful.
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