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Basic Amenities
  • Drinking Water
  • Vault Toilets
Special Features
  • Fishing


Open through Sun Sep 08 2013
Getting There:
GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude):
37.45, -107.66639
37°27'0"N, 107°39'59"W

From Bayfield, travel north from U.S. Highway 160 to County Road 501. Go 10 miles, then turn left onto County Road 240 and drive 3 miles. Turn right on County Road 243, then continue 7 miles to the campground.

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The Florida River is well known for its rainbow and brown trout fishing, but the river runs through much private land, so anglers should be careful not to trespass.

Hiking and biking are popular activities in the area. The Burnt Timber Trail No. 667 begins at Transfer Park, about a mile north of the campground.

The East Florida Road (Forest Road 597) winds steeply uphill past the campground. Lost Lake and Stump Lake Trails begin along this road, offering short, easy hikes to backcountry lakes.

The surrounding area is open to public hunting. Deer, elk and small game such as rabbits and grouse inhabit the forest.

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