Big Creek Lakes Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 54
About: 54 campsites near Big Creek Lake. Numerous hiking trails are nearby, both in and out of Mount Zirkel Wilderness. The wetlands around the lake are prime moose territory. Big Creek Lakes Campground is the most popular campground on The Parks Ranger District, and includes a day-use area. Nineteen of the sites are under the reservation system and the remainder are available on a first-come, first-served basis. The units are situated next to Big Creek Lake, a scenic lake of 343 acres near the Mount Zirkel Wilderness. Moose are often seen near the campground. There are boating facilities and the lake is a popular destination area for campers and fishermen. The campground is 9,000 feet in elevation and summer temperatures are fairly cool. Big Creek Lakes are 35 miles and about an hour drive northwest of Walden.
Fees: $10 (2011)
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Restrictions: Dogs must be leashed in campground and day use areas; horses only at Seven Lakes Trailhead corral, not in campsites.
Closest Town: Walden, CO
Directions: Directions from Walden: Head north on Highway 125 for 9 miles to Cowdrey. Turn left at Cowdrey onto County Road 6W for 18 miles to Pearl. Take Forest Road 600 for 6 miles to the campground. Follow the signs.
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