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Grizzly Creek Campground

Contact Info
Parks Ranger District
100 Main Street
PO Box 158
Walden, CO 80480

Phone:
970-723-8204
Basics
Elevation:
8500 feet

Amenities

Details

Season
Open year-round
Location
45 minutes from Steamboat Springs
Elevation
8500 feet

Map + Directions

Basic Directions
From Walden CO: Highway 14 south toward Steamboat Springs 12 miles, turn west on Country Rd 24 and go 12 miles to Routt National Forest Boundary. Grizzly Creek Guard Station is on your left as you enter the forest. From Steamboat Springs CO: highway 40 east toward Kremmling 15 miles; turn north on highway 14 toward Walden CO 20 miles; turn west on country road 24 and drive 12 miles to Routt National Forest Boundary. The Station is on your left. From Granby CO - take highway 40/125 west/north toward Walden and Kremmling; turn north on highway 125 toward Walden and continue on to the junction with highway 14 south to Steamboat Springs (about 55-60 miles); take highway 14 south toward Steamboat Springs for about 12 miles, turn west (right) on Country Road 24 and drive about 12 miles to Routt National Forest Boundary. Grizzly Creek Guard Station is on your left as you enter the forest.

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