We stayed at Difficult Campground for two nights while visiting the Aspen area. This is a typical National Forest Campground with vault toilets, no showers or other services. The bathrooms were clean and well cared for. The camp hosts were helpful and accommodating on check-in. I was there over the weekend following the 4th of July and had reserved in advance, which turned out to be a good thing as the campground was full. We were in a large pull-through site that left ample room for the trailer and truck. The campsites are relatively isolated from each other and are quite large. Due to fire danger in Colorado, no fires were allowed, though each campsite has a firepit and picnic table. We were very pleased with the campground and its proximity to Aspen. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Lots of secluded sites for very private camping. Some road construction going on at entrance, not easy to navigate into, had to circle around a neighborhood first. Water was across the street and although there is no bathing or dish washing at the water pipe, I didn't expect to get reprimanded for wetting my toothbrush on my way back to camp. Beautiful area though, and close to Aspen and a gorgeous drive up to Continental Divide if you're heading that way. Amazing area, average campground. We camped here in a Tent.