Roosevelt National Forest Jacks Gulch Campground
5 rating
(5)
Location
Address: Fort Collins, Colorado 80521
GPS: 40.633, -105.525
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Local Directions: Drive 10 miles north of Fort Collins on Hwy 287. Turn left onto Highway 14. Drive approximately 26 miles west on Highway 14 (Poudre Canyon Hwy). Turn left onto Pingree Park Road (County Road 63E). Go south just over six miles to the campground.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-970-295-6700
Website: http://www.fs.usda.gov/recarea...

Open
June to November
  Sites
56 RV Sites, 64 Tent Sites, 5 Horse Sites, 1 Group Site, 27 Electric Only, 38 No Hookup, 18 Pull Thru

Rates
Daily Rates: $20.00 - $25.00

Facilities & Services
No Showers, Vault Toilets

Recreation
Biking, Fishing, Hiking

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No Reservations

Restrictions
Max RV Length 80 ft
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Group site - up to 60 people ($155/night)
Sites
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Total Sites65
RV Sites56
   
Tent Sites64
Horse Sites5
   
Group Sites1
Max RV Length80 ft
Electric Only (27)No Hookup (38)
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  Hours Description Fees
Firewood  
Handicap Facilities  
Horse Stalls / Barns  
No Showers  
Vault Toilets  
Recreation
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  Hours Description Fees
Biking  
Bird Watching  
Fishing  
Hiking   Campground Loop Trail (foot - interpretive) - 0.7 miles. Connector trail - 1 mile (provides access to Little Beaver Creek Trail and the Comanche Peak Wilderness (foot and horse).
Horseback Riding  
Wildlife Watching  
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5 star rating
Nice large campground in forest setting
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Newbie
July 13, 2014
We just camped here for the first time (July weekend) and it is a very nice campground. It is set in a pine forest about six miles down a dirt road (63E) from Hwy 14 west of Fort Collins. The bathrooms (vault toilets) are kept very clean by the camp hosts and there is potable water available near each toilet during the summer months. The sites are all surrounded by trees and little meadows. It is supposedly a heavy bear area but we didn't see any bears, only chipmunks and rabbits. You can buy firewood from the hosts, which we did after realizing we hadn't brought enough. Our whole camp got flooded (including the fire pit) when a thunderstorm passed through and dumped a ton of rain on us. I really wanted to have a fire so I bailed out the water with my camp sink and was good to go. There is hiking in the area; a trail that goes around the perimeter of the campground and the Jacks Gulch trailhead which leads to several trails. The Little Beaver Creek Trail is about 14 miles out and back. The campground is first-come, first-serve only and we arrived late on a Friday night and there were five or six tent sites available. Overall, despite the rain it was a good experience and I would camp there again.

We stayed here in a Tent.
 
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