Peaceful Valley Campground
Arapaho-Roosevelt National Forest \ Boulder Ranger District
Peaceful Valley Campground is generally open from mid-May to mid-November. Weather can affect the opening and closing dates. Peaceful Valley is about a mile from Camp Dick on the Middle St Vrain Creek. 17 campsites are a mix of first-come-first-served and those that may be reserved at least 4 days and up to 6 months of your arrival. Campsites are first-come-first-served after Labor Day. Check prices and availability on Recreation.gov.
This scenic campground is at 8,500' elevation and is one of the most popular campgrounds on Boulder Ranger District. It is situated in a wooded creek valley surrounded by aspen, pine and spruce trees. Wildlife is common, with frequent sightings of beaver and moose in the vicinity. Buchanan Pass and Sourdough trails offer opportunities for non-motorized recreation, and Middle Saint Vrain and Bunce School roads are popular among four-wheelers, ATV and motorcycle riders.
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