Middle Mountain Campground
Forest Service / BLM
Number of Sites: 24
About: Following County Road 501 around the north end of the lake, then south for about three miles will take you to Middle Mountain Campground, which has 24 sites with southern exposure and easy access to the water. Some shade is provided by ponderosa pines and small aspen. A few sites accommodate large RVs.The Middle Mountain Road (Forest Rd. 724) leads to the old mining town of Tuckerville and into the Weminuche Wilderness where bicycles and motor vehicles are not allowed.
Water, trash pickup, ample parking, tables, fireplaces (firewood available, you gather), and vault toilets. Operated by concessionaire, with hosts.
Water: Potable Water
Restrooms: Vault Toilets
Directions: Take County Road 501 around the north end of Vallecito Reservoir, then south for about 3 miles, to Middle Mountain Campground.
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