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Springdale Campground

Capacity: 140 People
Elevation: 9,100 Feet (2836.7 Meters)
Length of Stay: 14 Days
Number of Sites: 14
Reservation Contact: N/A
Reservation Status: Not Accepted




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General Description

Springdale campground is located 1.7 miles east of Woodland Park on Forest Developed Road 300. The road and parking surface is gravel. The
campground has 14 camp sites. The elevation is 9,100 feet. A recreation-use fee will be charged from mid-May to the end of September.

The weather is generally mild with warm days and cool nights.
Summertime highs are around 80 degrees with the nighttime lows around 45 degrees. Afternoon thunderstorms are a common occurrence. The spring and fall weather is usually dry and sunny with highs around 70 degrees and the lows around 30 degrees.

Only 3.5 miles from the Rampart Reservoir Recreation area.
Also depending upon the time of day and year, various forms of wildlife may be observed.

Facilities include tables, fire grates, garbage dumpsters and
vault-type toilets. Firewood, shelter and water are not provided.

Directions from Colorado Springs: Drive 18 miles west on Highway 24 west to Woodland Park. Drive 3 miles north on Rampart Range Road to Forest Road 300. Travel south 2 miles to Springdale Campground.

Seasonal Information:
Normal Services Available: Mid-May through September (NOTE: The recreation-use season is from mid-May to end of September. Facilities include tables, firegrates, garbage dumpsters, andvault-type toilets. Firewood, shelter, and water are not provided.) .



Fee Information
Type Price Remarks
single-unit campsite Call for Current Fee Per Night. Facilities include



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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Boat Launching Dikeside Boat Ramp
No
ICON Family Camping Springdale Campground
Yes
ICON RV Camping Springdale Campground
Yes
ICON Tent Camping Springdale Campground
Yes
ICON Trailer Camping Springdale Campground
Yes
ICON Camping Springdale Campground
Yes
ICON Fishing South Beaver Creek, Rainbow Lake, Columbine Lake, Boulder Lake, Aspen Lake, Rampart Reservoir
No
ICON Four-Wheel Driving Rampart Range Road, Ensign Gulch Road, Beaver Creek Road, Mt. Harman Road, Balanced Rock Road
No
ICON Hiking & Walking Schubarth Trail, Rampart Reservoir Trail, BPW Interpretive Trail, Stanley Rim Trail, Stanley Canyon Trail
No
ICON Horseback Riding Schubarth Trail, Rampart Reservoir Trail, Stanley Rim Trail, Stanley Canyon Trail, Rampart Range Road, Ensign Gulch Road, Beaver Creek Road, Mt. Harman Road, Balanced Rock Road
No
ICON Animal Identification Stanley Rim Trail, Schubarth Trail
No
ICON Bird Identification Stanley Rim Trail, Schubarth Trail
No
ICON Mushroom Identification Schubarth Trail, Rampart Reservoir Trail, Stanley Rim Trail, Stanley Canyon Trail
No
ICON Pine Cone Gathering Schubarth Trail, Rampart Reservoir Trail, Stanley Rim Trail, Stanley Canyon Trail
No
ICON Lakes & Reservoirs Rampart Reservoir
ICON Mountain Biking Rampart Range Road, Ensign Gulch Road, Beaver Creek Road, Mt. Harman Road, Balanced Rock Road
No
ICON ATV Riding Rampart Range Road, Ensign Gulch Road, Beaver Creek Road, Mt. Harman Road, Balanced Rock Road
No
ICON Motorcycle Riding Rampart Range Road, Ensign Gulch Road, Beaver Creek Road, Mt. Harman Road, Balanced Rock Road
No
ICON Canoeing Rampart Reservoir
No



Related Activities
Boatmans Family Picnic Ground - Boatman's Picnic Ground is located in the Rampart Reservoir Recreation Area 4.2 miles east of Woodland Park. This site offers a plethora of outdoor recreation opportunities on land and water.

Dikeside Boat Launch - Dikeside Boat Launch is located on the eastern shore of Rampart Reservoir. A variety of recreation opportunities on and off the water exist from this site.

Meadow Ridge Campground - Meadow Ridge Campground is located in the Rampart Reservoir Recreation Area 4.2 miles east of Woodland Park. This site offers a plethora of outdoor recreation opportunities on land and water.

Promontory Family Picnic Ground - Promontory Picnic Ground is located in the Rampart Reservoir Recreation Area 4.2 miles east of Woodland Park. This site offers a plethora of outdoor recreation opportunities on land and water.

Rainbow Gulch Trailhead - Rainbow Gulch Trailhead serves the trails surrounding Rampart Reservoir. It is located on Rampart Range Road and allows users to access the reservoir area without paying the day-use fee.

Thunder Ridge Campground - Thunder Ridge Campground is located in the Rampart Reservoir Recreation Area 4.2 miles east of Woodland Park. This site offers a plethora of outdoor recreation opportunities on land and water.



More Information

Visitor Information:

Pike and San Isabel National Forests, 1920 Valley Drive , Pueblo, CO, 81008, Phone: 719-545-8737

Pueblo Chamber of Commerce, 302 North Santa Fe Drive, P.O. Box 697 , Pueblo, CO, 81003, Phone: 800-233-3446, www.pueblochamber.org

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