Rocky Mountain National Park has five campgrounds located inside the Park:
Timber Creek on the west or Grand Lake side of the Park - 98 sites, first-come first-served, Region 1.
Aspenglen on Fall River Road (Hwy 34) - 54 sites, serves Region 3.
Moraine Park on Bear Lake Road (off of Hwy 36). 245 Sites - serves Region 4.
Glacier Basin is closed in 2013 during the Bear Lake Road Reconstruction Project. 150 Sites, serves Region 4.
Longs Peak off of Hwy 7 south of Estes Park - 26 sites, tent only, serves Region 5.
Year-round camping: Moraine Park and Timber Creek are open year-round.
Hookups: There are no electric, water or sewer hookups at any camp sites in the National Park. Full hookups are available at nearby commercial RV Parks and Campgrounds.
Length of Stay: Campground stays are limited to seven nights June - September and 14 nights at the year-round campgrounds the rest of the year.
Firewood: Campers are encouraged to purchase firewood in the area where they are camping. Out-of-state firewood is discouraged as it may hold harmful insects which could spread in our neighborhood.
Reservations: Colorado Camping Reservations for summer in Moraine Park and Aspenglen can be made up to six months ahead. To make reservations call toll-free 877-444-6777 (International callers 518-885-3639) or reserve on-line.
Wheelchair-accessible Campsites: Glacier Basin, Moraine Park, and Timber Creek each have accessible restrooms, picnic tables, fire rings, and four ADA-coded sites. Sprague Lake has a 12-person group backcountry campsite that's accessible via a paved trail from the parking area. Reservations recommended.
National Forest Campsites: Campsites in Roosevelt and Arapaho National Forests are listed on recreation.gov.