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. The scenery along the Eagle River includes miles of colorful and rugged sandstone cliffs and canyons. Spruce trees, cottonwoods, alder, dogwoods and a variety of other riparian vegetation borders the river. Spruce-fir and aspen forests are seen in the background mountains, and Serviceberry, scrub oak, pinyon-juniper woodland and sagebrush and grasses in the lower foothills. Wildlife includes ducks, geese, blue heron, bald eagles and other raptors. Recreation includes rafting and fishing, and every level of rock climber will enjoy scaling the boulders and the world-class rock climbing in the area.
Traveling on I-70 take Exit 157 Wolcott. Head north, taking a left on Highway 6. The campground is 1 mile on your right. About 9 miles East of Eagle