Colorado ATV near Lake City Co

Hike, bike, fish, camp & ATV.
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Colorado ATV near Lake City Co

Hike, bike, fish, camp & ATV.
How do you loop?

There are so many things to do in and around Lake City, Co. You can hike, bike, fish, ATV, kayak, attend music festivals (in September!), and of course camp!
 
Below are your best camping options in the area, so you can enjoy Lake City and the greater Alpine Loop area!

Come camping in Lake CIty and check out all the fun! Hike, bike, ATV, fish, camp and more!
Come camping in Lake CIty and check out all the fun! Hike, bike, ATV, fish, camp and more!

There are so many things to do in and around Lake City, Co. You can hike, bike, fish, ATV, kayak, attend music festivals (in September!), and of course camp!
 
Below are your best camping options in the area, so you can enjoy Lake City and the greater Alpine Loop area!

Camping in and around beautiful Lake City, Co.

Camp near Lake City, Co and you can hike, bike, atv, fish, kayak and more!

Williams Creek Campground is just minutes from Lake City, Co.

Wupperman Campground

The campground is located along the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway and provides access to hiking, fishing, 4-wheel and scenic driving. Located on the east side of Lake San Cristobal, this county-owned public campground features 31 sites with excellent views of the lake. Various site lengths will accommodate ADA campsites, RVs and/or tents. Sites are available on the lake or on the cliffs above. The campground hosts have information available about the campground and Hinsdale County. If you have special needs, please do not hesitate to share with the host to better accommodate your stay.
 
Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping unit constructed of solid non-pliable material.
 
Directions: From Lake City, head south on CO-149 S/Gunnison Ave out of town. In 2.5 miles turn right onto County Road 30. In 1.3 miles turn left (in front of Lake San Cristobal) onto County Road 33. Go 1.6 miles and Wupperman Campground will be on your right!

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Wupperman Campground

Camp near Lake City, Co and you can hike, bike, atv, fish, kayak and more!

Williams Creek Campground is just minutes from Lake City, Co.

Wupperman campground is located along the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway and provides access to hiking, fishing, 4-wheel and scenic driving. Located on the east side of Lake San Cristobal, this county-owned public campground features 31 sites with excellent views of the lake. Various site lengths will accommodate ADA campsites, RVs and/or tents. Sites are available on the lake or on the cliffs above. The campground hosts have information available about the campground and Hinsdale County. If you have special needs, please do not hesitate to share with the host to better accommodate your stay.
 
Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping unit constructed of solid non-pliable material.
 
Directions: From Lake City, head south on CO-149 S/Gunnison Ave out of town. In 2.5 miles turn right onto County Road 30. In 1.3 miles turn left (in front of Lake San Cristobal) onto County Road 33. Go 1.6 miles and Wupperman Campground will be on your right!

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Castle Lakes Campground

Castle Lakes is in a peaceful forest setting at 9,200 feet above sea level. The sites are on a total of 41 acres, half of which is our 2 pristine lakes. (Bring your fishing gear) There are 50 camping and RV sites and 9 sleeping accommodations. The campground has full hook-up, pop-up, tent sites, & private fishing. Great showers, restrooms and laundry facilities.
 
Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping units constructed of solid non-pliable material.
 
Directions: From Lake City, head south on CO-149 S/Gunnison Ave out of town. In 2.5 miles turn right onto County Road 30. Go 8.2 miles and Castle Lakes Campground will be on your right!

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Camping at Castle Lakes Campground near Lake City, CO is a great way to be deep in the mountains and minutes from the charm of Lake City, Co.

Castle Lakes Campground is a full service campground.

Castle Lakes Campground

Camping at Castle Lakes Campground near Lake City, CO is a great way to be deep in the mountains and minutes from the charm of Lake City, Co.

Castle Lakes Campground is a full service campground.

Castle Lakes is in a peaceful forest setting at 9,200 feet above sea level. The sites are on a total of 41 acres, half of which is our 2 pristine lakes. (Bring your fishing gear) There are 50 camping and RV sites and 9 sleeping accommodations. The campground has full hook-up, pop-up, tent sites, & private fishing. Great showers, restrooms and laundry facilities.
 
Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping units constructed of solid non-pliable material.
 
Directions: From Lake City, head south on CO-149 S/Gunnison Ave out of town. In 2.5 miles turn right onto County Road 30. Go 8.2 miles and Castle Lakes Campground will be on your right!

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Enjoying this page? It is brought to you by Lake City Loopers, the only UTV rental shop in Lake City offering Honda Pioneer UTV's - the most reliable vehicles in the business. Rent our UTV and explore 13,000 foot passes, gold and silver-rush mines and mining towns and learn about (and experience) the history of the old-west!>

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Don't forget you can rent an ATV from Lake City Loopers!

Williams Creek Campground is just minutes from Lake City, Co.

Williams Creek Campground

Williams Creek Campground is located along the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway and provides access to hiking, fishing, 4-wheel and scenic driving. The Colorado and Continental Divide Trails can be accessed via the Cataract Gulch Trailhead, which is a short drive from the site. The Lake Fork of the Gunnison Rivers runs adjacent to the campground and make it a great place for anglers to camp. 23 campsites.
 
Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping unit constructed of solid non-pliable material.

Directions: From Lake City, head south on CO-149 S/Gunnison Ave out of town. In 2.5 miles turn right onto County Road 30. Go 6.9 miles and Williams Creek Campground will be on your right!

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Williams Creek Campground

Don't forget you can rent an ATV from Lake City Loopers!

Williams Creek Campground is just minutes from Lake City, Co.

Williams Creek Campground is located along the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway and provides access to hiking, fishing, 4-wheel and scenic driving. The Colorado and Continental Divide Trails can be accessed via the Cataract Gulch Trailhead, which is a short drive from the site. The Lake Fork of the Gunnison Rivers runs adjacent to the campground and make it a great place for anglers to camp. 23 campsites.
 
Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping unit constructed of solid non-pliable material.
 
Directions: From Lake City, head south on CO-149 S/Gunnison Ave out of town. In 2.5 miles turn right onto County Road 30. Go 6.9 miles and Williams Creek Campground will be on your right!

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Deer Lakes Campground

This campground is located near Deer Lakes and provides fishing access to them. Most visitors to this campground come for great fishing in a beautiful location. Hikers, backpackers and equestrians will enjoy the trails of the La Garita and Powderhorn Wilderness Areas located southeast and northeast (respectively) of this site. This high elevation landscape is mostly aspen trees. 12 campsites.
 
Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping units constructed of solid non-pliable material.
 
Directions: From Lake City, head south on CO-149 S/Gunnison Ave out of town. In 9.7 miles turn left onto County Road 5. Go 0.1 miles and connect to County Road 50. Then just 3.7 miles and you have arrived at Deer Lakes Campground!

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Deer Lakes is remote and beautiful. Just a short drive from Lake City, Co.

Deer Lakes Campground is a get-a-way
from a get-a-way!

Deer Lakes Campground

Deer Lakes is remote and beautiful. Just a short drive from Lake City, Co.

Deer Lakes Campground is a get-a-way
from a get-a-way!

This campground is located near Deer Lakes and provides fishing access to them. Most visitors to this campground come for great fishing in a beautiful location. Hikers, backpackers and equestrians will enjoy the trails of the La Garita and Powderhorn Wilderness Areas located southeast and northeast (respectively) of this site. This high elevation landscape is mostly aspen trees. 12 campsites.
 
Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping units constructed of solid non-pliable material.
 
Directions: From Lake City, head south on CO-149 S/Gunnison Ave out of town. In 9.7 miles turn left onto County Road 5. Go 0.1 miles and connect to County Road 50. Then just 3.7 miles and you have arrived at Deer Lakes Campground!

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Camping at Mill Creek Campground gets you away from all the people!

Mill Creek Campground is peaceful and on the Alpine Loop!

Mill Creek Campground

Mill Creek Campground is located along the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway and provides access to hiking, fishing, 4-wheel and scenic driving. It is the closest "full" campground to Handies, Redcloud and Sunshine peak trailheads. The Lake Fork of the Gunnison Rivers runs adjacent to the campground and make it a great place for anglers to camp. 23 campsites.
 
Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping unit constructed of solid non-pliable material.
 
Directions: Drive two miles southeast on State Highway 149 to County Road 3 / Bureau of Land Management Road 3306. Turn Right. Turn right on County Road 3 / BLM 3306 and drive 10 miles.

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Mill Creek Campground

Camping at Mill Creek Campground gets you away from all the people!

Mill Creek Campground is peaceful and on the Alpine Loop!

Mill Creek Campground is located along the Alpine Loop Scenic Byway and provides access to hiking, fishing, 4-wheel and scenic driving. It is the closest "full" campground to Handies, Redcloud and Sunshine peak trailheads. The Lake Fork of the Gunnison Rivers runs adjacent to the campground and make it a great place for anglers to camp. 23 campsites.
 
Campers are required to store food and other items in a hard sided vehicle or camping unit constructed of solid non-pliable material.
 
Directions: Drive two miles southeast on State Highway 149 to County Road 3 / Bureau of Land Management Road 3306. Turn Right. Turn right on County Road 3 / BLM 3306 and drive 10 miles.

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