10 Rocky Mountain National Park Campgrounds 

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Espanglen Campground - If you are entering Rocky Mountain National Park through the Fall River entrance, Espanglen Campground is the closest camping area.

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Glacier Basin Campground - This campground is 8,500 feet above sea level. When you drive to Glacier Basin Campground, you'll find yourself surrounded by lodgepole pines, Douglas firs, and trees.

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Moraine Park Campground - This campground is located on the eastern slope of Rocky Mountain National Park and is open year-round except during the winter months.

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Timber Creek Campground - Timber Creek Campground is possibly the highest in elevation of any campground in any national park in the United States.

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Longs Peak Campground - Longs Peak Campground is the only campground in Rocky Mountain National Park that does not take reservations.

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Peregrine Campsite - Mummy Range Area: This campsite can be accessed by several different routes. The camping area is just off the road leading to the McGregor Mountain campsite.

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Lost Lake Campsite - North Fork Area - The road to the Lost Lake Campsite is quite difficult. Campsites are scattered along one end of Lost Lake.

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Little Rock Lakes - Gorge Lakes Area: Getting to the Little Rock Lakes Camping Area is an adventure in itself. There is no marked or improved access to this campsite.

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Arch Rocks Campground - Bear Lake Area - For a truly impressive hike, take the Fern Lake Trail off Moraine Park Campground Road.

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Goblin's Forest Camp Sites - Many find that this campsite is easy to walk to. They forget that this route is at an altitude of more than 10,000 feet.

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