Trinidad Lake State Park
Open: Open all year
Number of Sites: 73
Number of Sites with Electric: 59
Number of Full Hookup Sites: 4
The mild climate and large lake are ideal for water sports. Anglers catch rainbow and brown trout, largemouth bass, channel catfish, walleye, crappie and bluegill. All types of boaters appreciate the open waters and modern services.
Miles of trails winding through ancient and interesting local history, and spectacular scenery provide visitors and nature enthusiasts with great outdoor exploration opportunities.
Trinidad Lake is a wonderful place to escape the crowds and establish a basecamp from which to explore the great outdoors plus visit interesting local attractions. Area attractions like the former mining town of Trinidad with its colorful history make great side trips.
There are two campgrounds at Trinidad Lake with a total of 73 sites. The South Shore Campground has ten non-electric sites within walking distance of the lake. All these RV-friendly sites have panoramic views of the lake and surrounding mountains. The Carpios Ridge Campground--located up on a ridge, 150 feet above the lake--has 63 campsites that can accommodate RVs, trailers or tents.
Modern facilities at this campground include:
Centrally-located water hydrants;
50–amp electrical service at all sites;
Full hookups at four sites (1, 3, 6 and 63);
A year-round camper services building with coin-operated laundry, showers and flush toilets;
24-hour restroom facilities just outside the campground--open year-round also; and
A dump station located near the campground entrance. Please use this facility; it’s illegal to dump waste and sewage, including dishwater, anywhere else.
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