Luders Creek Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 6
About: This is a good area for big game hunting in season. Mountain biking \& 4W-driving on area roads. The most common trees are Engelmann Spruce and Quaking Aspen. The road leading to the campground is itself of historical significance. It was one of the famous toll roads leading west from Saguache built by Otto Mears in 1876. Attractions include big game hunting, other dirt roads and the Cochetopa Pass on the Continental Divide. Continental Divide Trail 1 mile west.
Fees: $5 (2011)
Restrooms: Vault Toilet
Closest Town: Saguache
Directions: Directions from Saguache, Colorado: Take Colorado Highway 114 northwest for 22.0 miles. Next, take Forest Road #750(County Road NN 14) west/northwest for 11 miles to Luders Creek Campground.
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