Reservations for Summer are now available online!
One Loop of Moraine Park Campground is open in winter and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Timber Creek Campground on the West side in the Kawuneeche Valley is open, but water is off and the dump station is closed.
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 on Bear Lake Road 6 mi. south of the Beaver Meadows Entrance. 150 Sites, 13 Group 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.