Fulford Cave Campground is located in a sparse stand of young aspen, spruce and fir, near an active beaver pond and East Brush Creek. From this high location (9,400 feet in elevation), there are nice views of Yeoman Park below. The cave is less than 1 mile from the campground, and other area trails enter the Holy Cross Wilderness. This campground has 7 small sites, clustered together and only one site could accommodate a vehicle up to 25 feet long.
Camping, hiking, horseback riding and picnicing are all popular. The campground offers restrooms and RV sites (no hookups). This campsite is also adjacent to the trail head for the Lake Charles Trail.
Directions: From Eagle, go south 10 miles on Brush Creek Road, then southeast 7 miles on East Brush Creek Road, (Forest Road 415). The last mile on FDR 415 to the campground is a narrow and rough rocky road.