Graham Creek Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 25
About: About two miles north of Old Timers Campground is Graham Creek Campground, with 25 sites and a rough, natural-surface boat ramp. There are 15 reservable sites and 10 non-reservable sites. The hillside sites are about 100 yards from the high-water line, and offer a choice of sun or shade. Some are surrounded by large trees while others are more open. Willows separate campground from lake but paths provide access to the shoreline. Sites are available for large RVs, although entrance and exit roads are steep. Private property adjoins the south side of the campground.
There are 25 sites and a rough, natural-surface boat ramp. Some campsites are shaded; others are more open. Hillside sites are about 100 yards from the high-water line.
Willows separate the campground from the reservoir, but paths allow access to the shoreline.
Sites are available for larger RVs, although the entrance and exit roads are steep. Private property adjoins the south side of the campground.
Water, trash pickup, fire grates, picnic tables, and pit toilets.
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: None (as per Forest Service website)
Directions: Directions from Bayfield, Colorado: Travel 14 miles north on County Road #501, then 3 miles northeast on Forest Road #603 (East side of Vallecito Reservoir).
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