Countdown to Block Party 2020
(Walking Distance to Festival Venue)
All packages include camping for 2 nights (6/12 and 6/13)
- TENT ONLY | $30
10′ x 20′ space
Accommodates 4 people max
- TENT + CAR | $40
10′ x 30’space
Accommodates 1 car, and 4 people max
- RV (No Services) | $140
20′ x 40′ space
Best for larger RVs.
- RV with Power Hookups | $160
10′ x 40′ space
Can accommodate 20/30/50 amp. hookups, no access to water or sewage.
Camp Ground Rules:
Camping is prohibited without a camping pass.
No pets allowed in tent/car camping areas.
No fire pits.
No outdoor cooking.
Temporary vehicle/ trailer storage is prohibited.
Getting to the festival:
Follow the signs and walk East on the path along the river to the “Fishing is Fun” bridge. Once across the bridge, just follow the signs to the concert venue!
The Eagle County Fair Grounds is directly next to the Eagle River which will likely be at peak volume during the event. We strongly encourage everyone to keep a safe distance from the water’s edge during the event or enter at your own risk. Please keep a close eye on children.
HOTELS, B&Bs & HOME RENTALS
The park is currently open. In the spring of 2020 some areas will be closed for revegetation, with the majority of the park accessible to visitors. Fisherman’s Paradise camping will remain closed until further notice. Cabins, yurts, Elk Run loops, and group camping are all available to reserve up to six months in advance. For more details, visit the CPW website.
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.
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.
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.