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This FREE camping area is located behind the Eagle River Center at the Eagle County Fairgrounds. Camping is self directed and unsupervised.
Park at the ERC and walk down towards the river, and be sure to take a look at this map to see the designated tent camping area. To get to the Bonfire Block Party from here, just walk East on the path along the river to the “Fishing is Fun” bridge. Once across the bridge, just follow the sidewalk to the concert venue!
Camp Ground Rules:
- Dogs are allowed onsite when fairgrounds are not rented out. Events may set their own policies on dogs. All dogs must be under control, and are the responsibility of their owner or handler. Please pick up after your dog.
- Camping is prohibited without prior approval.
- No fire pits.
- No outdoor cooking.
- Temporary vehicle/ trailer storage is prohibited.
Located in a sparse stand of young aspen, spruce and fir, near an active beaver pond and East Brush Creek. 9,400 feet in elevation, nice views of Yeoman Park.
Visitors who want to enjoy camping, picnicking, sightseeing, and wildlife viewing can access the river from the campground, which offers gravel roads with primitive walk in fishing and camping.
Eagle is bordered by a vast amount of National Forest and Bureau of Land Management territory. A variety of dispersed/informal camping can be found off Bellyache Rd., Hardscrabble Mtn. Rd., and the Forest Service roads out of Yeoman Park, and Sylvan Lake.
This campground borders the steep slopes and cliffs up to 800 feet above the Eagle River, is at mid-level elevation and accessible year-round. Miles of colorful and rugged sandstone cliffs and canyons.
This camping area is located near the “Fishing is Fun” bridge at the Eagle County Fairgrounds – be sure to take a look at this map to see the designated RV camping area.
To get to the Bonfire Block Party from here, cross the “Fishing is Fun” bridge and follow the sidewalk to the concert venue! No open fires, no outdoor cooking.
Closed for ongoing construction.
Since April 2018, much of the park has been closed to public access for the dam reconstruction project. Construction will continue into the summer of 2019. USFS Road 400 will remain open to access the national forest. For more details, visit the CPW website.
7 RV accessible sites, no water/electric/sewer hookups, no dump stations, only 1 site can accommodate a vehicle up to 25 ft. long