Geneva Park Campground

Grant, Colorado 80448

Geneva Park Campground

Geneva Park Campground Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"Geneva Park Campground was constructed by Forest Service volunteers in 1981. Not only did they produce a fine campground, but they also chose their site well. The actual site is in a mildly rolling pine forest in the high country of the northern Pike national Forest. A mere 26 campsites are spread over a fair size of woodland. The location is ideal for exploring the Mount Evans Wilderness, which is less than a mile to the east.

At the head of the actual meadow of Geneva Park an unbroken stand of lodgepole pine grows. Their straight trunks, once used as tent poles for the lodges of western Indian tribes, form a beautiful sight when growing in dense stands as they do here at the campground."

Geneva Park Campground Trip Reports

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Trail Information

Grant
Nearby City
Dog-friendly
Accessibility
26
Campsites
May–October
Season
Hiking
Additional Use
Geneva Park Campground
Local Maps
Hand-pump well, vault toilets
Facilities

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