Arapaho National Forest
Sulphur Ranger District
Recreational opportunities abound in this haven located high up in the Rocky Mountains. The Sulphur Ranger District is over 442,000 acres in Grand County near Rocky Mountain National Park. Being surrounded by mountain peaks, meadows and lakes, you are in for a truly majestic camping experience in this forest.
Arapaho Bay Campground is situated near Grand Lake, Colorado, on the south end of Lake Granby, and next to the Indian Peaks Wilderness area. This area consists of 3 loops or campgrounds: Roaring Fork, Moraine and Big Rock. There are 84 non-electric sites that will accommodate tents, trailers, and RVs. A boat ramp is provided for access to the lake.
Green Ridge Campground has 78 non-electric sites situated on the shores of Shadow Mountain Reservoir and the Colorado River. Sites accommodate tents, trailers, and RVs and there is a boat ramp to access the reservoir. Most sites lack shade.
Cutthroat Bay Group
Cutthroat Bay has two group sites that can each hold up to 30 people. The two sites can accommodate 2-4 RVs or can hold more vehicles. Each site has 12 tent pads and a pavilion that holds 7 picnic tables. The pavilions provide the only shade in the campground. Popular activities include fishing and boating in nearby Lake Granby.
Stillwater Campground is the largest campground on the Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forest. There are 129 sites (21 electric and 108 non-electric) that will accommodate tents, trailers, and RVs. Facilities provided include restrooms, trash service, dump station, showers, and drinking water. The pine beetle has been very active in the area and there is no natural shade left. New trees have been planted.
Sunset Point Campground sits on the shores of Lake Granby. There are 25 non-electric shaded sites that will accommodate tents, trailers and RVs.
Willow Creek is the only campground located next to Willow Creek Reservoir. There are 35 non- electric sites that will accommodate tents, trailers, and RVs. There is one group site that will accommodate tents only and can hold up to 20 people. Only non-motorized boats are allowed on the reservoir and there is a boat ramp for access.
Sawmill Gulch Campground is a remote campground with just 5 sites that will accommodate tents or RVs up to 32' total vehicle length. Amenities include toilets, picnic tables and drinking water.
Denver Creek Campground is a first-come-first-served campground located in the Willow Creek Valley along US Highway 125. There are 22 non-electric sites that will accommodate tents, trailers and RVs. Most campsites lack shade. Campers enjoy hiking, wildlife viewing, scenic driving and fishing in Willow Creek.
Horseshoe Campground is located along the Williams Fork River. There are 7 non-electric sites with no shade and there is no drinking water available. Bring your own drinking water or you may get it at South Fork Campground.
South Fork Campground is located in the Williams Fork Valley next to South Fork Creek. It is the only campground on the Sulphur Ranger District that is designated for horse camping. There is a small corral in the campground for one or two horses and direct access to the South Fork Trail. There are 21 non-electric sites which are first-come-first-served. One group site is reservable for up to 25 people. Search for South Fork Group on www.recreation.gov or click the Reservations link below.
Sugarloaf Campground is located in the Williams Fork Valley next to the Williams Fork River. There are 11 non-electric sites. Drinking water may be obtained 1/2 mile away in South Fork Campground. Due to pine beetle damage, there is no shade at this campground.