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Molas Lake Park & Campground

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Highway 550
Silverton, CO 81433

Phone:
866-731-5204
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Number of Sites:
45 sites

Description

The 137 acre Molas Lake Park and Campground peacefully sits among the most spectacular peaks in the Rocky Mountains. Completely surrounded by national forest and other public land, camping at Molas Park is an experience like no other. Park guests enjoy fishing a well-stocked, twenty-five acre lake, immediate access to the Colorado Trail and other hiking opportunities, star-gazing in the evenings (no light pollution here!), and simply relaxing and taking in the amazing views.

Completely renovated in 2007 and 2008, Molas Lake Park and Campground features 45 campsites serving tent-campers (including several walk-up sites), small RV's and pop-ups, and a few sites over 1,500 square feet to serve even the largest of RV's. The park has one water pump, several clean and new vault-style restrooms, showers, and a dump-station for RV's.

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Total Sites:
45 sites
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No

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