Beautiful campground. Quiet (at least during the week). Easy drive to Steamboat Springs. At trail head for great hike to Rabbit Ears Peak. While many sites are long enough for a big rig, most of the back-in sites are not level. Pull-through site #8 is the best. Sites 1, 2, 5, 9 and 20 also good. Three trees at the main loop's entrance can be avoided with care. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a beautiful open campground. There are great views of a wildflower covered meadow to the south west. Since the elevation is 9500' you don't need to worry about shade, unless you are tenting. There are nice tent site with shade. The only down side to the campground is the out of level campsites. Several of the sites are long enough for a 40' motorhome. You will have to work to level your RV though! Keep in mind this is a National Forest campgrounds. There is no water, electric or sewer connections. There is a hand pump for well water. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I like this place in spite of no-hook ups. The scenery is nice. No neighbors immediately adjacent to you. Trees are near most sites. My kids road their bikes to and from Dumont Lake where we fished. My girls enjoyed catching butterflies with their new nets. Last time we stayed here we had a tent only. It was nice to travel in our trailer. There are large picnic tables but the ants seemed to like them too. Trails are available nearby for hiking and biking. We drove into town to take our tubes down the Yampa river (20 minutes away). The kids always enjoy floating down the river. There are two water pumps and outhouses nearby most of the sites. There are sites just for tenters. The area is beautiful and near Rabbit Ears Pass. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.