Overview of Burro Bridge Campground
Number of Sites 12
Elevation 9,055 ft / 2,759 m
Max Stay 14
Tent Camping Yes
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“I was camp host at Burro Bridge June 27 until the end of August.”
A small campground. Best for tenters. Well graded dirt road, coming from Dolores. (on West Dolores Road (Forest Rd. 535) about 13 miles northeast of Dolores)Coming from Rico the road is narrow, rough and winding. Trailers not permitted. Trailhead to Navajo Lake just a mile away. There is a trail to a very sulpherous hot spring just four miles away. Good trout fishing, but no river access at campground. There are 15 sites, with 2 of them are reserved for people with horses. Beautiful aspens, firs and pines. An abundance of wildflowers. Some potable water (well is old and pump small, so the water is limited), 3 pit toilets, one labeled for women. A treat. . No dumpster, you have to take your trash out with you. I loved this campground. It was full only Fourth of July weekend. Otherwise usually 4-5 sites were full. Most sites with good separation. Two open ones that were good for solar use. No cell phone or wi-fi reception.
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- dry camping
- recreation trail
- fire ring
- picnic table
- horse corral
- restrooms: vault
- water available
Best forest service camping experience ever!
- Bob P
Exquisite location, good facilities, lovely campsite
- Outdoor Girl
Sometimes you wanna go where everybody knows your name...
- Nathan @ Wand'rly
Free, pit toilet, ideal for rent camping
Fantastic home base for Telluride visit
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