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Quick Facts

Peak One Campground

Capacity: 395 People
Elevation: 9,040 Feet (2818.0 Meters)
Length of Stay: 8 Days
Number of Sites: 79
Reservation Contact: National Reservation System: 877-444-6777
Reservation Remarks: reservations accepted for Loop B
Reservation Status: Accepted



Peak One Campground Reservations



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General Description

Campsite at the Peak One Campground
Copyright: Zander Higbie - Interactive Outdoors, Inc.
Campsite at the Peak One Campground
Peak One Campground is located on Dillon Reservoir, between Frisco and Breckenridge, on the Peninsula Recreation Area (Frisco Nordic Center). This campground is a good alternative to Pine Cove paved campground. Reservations are accepted for sites in B Loop, the other loops are First-come, First-serve. Campground and additional vehicle fees are charged at Peak One.

Facilities and Services:

Peak One Campground has 79 camping sites. It has pit toilets, water, garbage service and paved roads.

Directions from Silverthorne: Go 4 miles west on I-70 to the Frisco Exit 203. Travel south on Hwy. 9 to the Peninsula Recreation Area. Turn left and follow the road approximately 2 miles to Peak One on the left (west) side of road.

Directions from Beaver Creek: Travel 34 miles east on I-70 to the first Frisco exit (#201). Turn right and drive through Frisco to Hwy 9. Turn right on Hwy. 9 and go about 1.5 miles to the entrance of the Peninsula Recreation Area. Turn left and follow the road approximately 2 miles to Peak One on the left (west) side of road.

Directions from Vail: Travel 25 miles east on I-70 to the first Frisco exit (#201). Turn right and drive through Frisco to Hwy 9. Turn right on Hwy. 9 and go about 1.5 miles to the entrance of the Peninsula Recreation Area. Turn left and follow the road approximately 2 miles to Peak One on the left (west) side of road.

Seasonal Information:
Normal Services Available: Mid-May through Late September (NOTE: Weather may affect the opening or closing of the facilities. If a reduction in service occurs, a reduction in price may coincide.) .



Fee Information
Type Price Remarks
Camping, Single Unit Call for Current Fee Includes water (hydrant), tras
Camping, Additional Vehicle Call for Current Fee



Current Conditions & Trip Reports
Closed - Tenative opening May 24, 2001 Updated: 2001-05-03 09:09:00.0


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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Boating Boat ramp for Dillon Reservoir at the Peninsula Recreation Area.
No
ICON Camping Peak One Campground
Yes
ICON Cold Water Fishing Dillon Reservoir
No
ICON Hiking & Walking
Yes
ICON Picnicking
Yes



Nearby Services

Nearest Pay Phone: national (Private - Profit) Directions: Frisco

Gas Station: national (Private - Profit) Directions: Frisco

Nearest Hospital: non-local (Private - Profit) Directions: 33 miles west in Vail



Related Activities
Dillon Reservoir Recreation Area - The Dillon Reservoir Recreation Area surrounds Dillon Reservoir, on the south side of Silverthorne and Dillon. The reservoir sits at an elevation of 9,015 feet.

Gold Hill Trail - The Gold Hill Trail starts just off Highway 9, between Frisco and Breckenridge. It leads up to The Peaks Trail.

Miners Creek Trail - Miners Creek trail stretches from Frisco, up along the top of the Tenmile Range, then down to Copper Mountain. It can be accessed at either end.

Mount Royal Trail - The Mount Royal Trail starts on the edge of Frisco and leads up past the old town of Masontown to the summit of Mount Royal.

Peaks Trail - The Peaks Trail connects the towns of Frisco and Breckenridge, along the lower portions of the Tenmile Range. It is a popular mountain bike route.

Tenmile Meadows Trail - The Tenmile Meadows Trail is located south of Frisco. The Peaks and Miners Creek Trails are followed to reach Tenmile Meadows, at the base of Tenmile Peak and Peak 3.



More Information

Visitor Information:

Summit County Chamber of Commerce, 011 S Summit Blvd. , Frisco, CO, 80443, Phone: 800-530-3099, Fax: 970-668-1515

Links to other sites:
Campground Reservations - Reserve your campground online here with reserveamerica.com

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