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Camping Crawford State Park in Colorado

Camping at Crawford State Park

Camping accommodations in Crawford State Park give you two options. You have the Iron Creek Campground, and the Clear Fork Campground. There are five tent sites in the Clear Fork Campground. It is close to a boat ramp and a wildlife kiosk to view the animals in their natural habitat.

At the Iron Creek Campground, there are forty-five sites available to camp at with electric and water hookups, hot showers and flush toilets. The Clear Fork Campground has 21 sites with showers, flush toilets, and a vault toilet. There are places for water located throughout the campground. You can depend on the campgrounds being patrolled for your safety and pets are allowed as long as they are held or on leashes. Amenities include a children’s playground, a dump station, visitor’s center, and a service building with running water and hot showers.

Things To Do at Crawford State Park

You can have a lot of fun in the park with biking, boating, swimming and fishing available for all campers. You can also use jet skis, go water skiing, go sailboarding, and horseback riding. During season, you can hunt waterfowl on the property. During the winter the activities include ice fishing, and cross-country skiing. You can go for a hike on one of the many trails nearby and enjoy a picnic at the group picnic area. The Black Canyon of the Gunnison is close to the park so you are guaranteed an amazing view.

Photo courtesy of Vicki Watkins

Crawford State Park
PO Box 147
Crawford, CO 81415

Park Location
40468 Hwy 92
Crawford, CO 81415
Phone: 970-921-5721

Office Hours
8 AM-4 PM daily and 8AM-6PM Fri-Sat

Crawford State Park Hours
24 Hours a day

Crawford State Parks Passes
Daily Park Pass: $7
Annual Parks Pass: $70.00/ $60.00 for seniors (age 64+).

Camping Fees at Crawford State Park
Iron Creek campsites are $20/ night, plus a daily or annual park pass
Clear Fork campsites are $16/ night, plus a daily or annual park pass

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