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Timber Creek Campground

Ten miles north of Grand Lake Entrance, Rocky Mountain National Park, CO
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Overview
  • Excellent49%
  • Very good33%
  • Average15%
  • Poor0%
  • Terrible3%
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“timber creek” (13 reviews)
“west side” (8 reviews)
“grand lake” (6 reviews)
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The Maxwell Inn
511 reviews
#3 of 29 hotels in Estes Park
 
Alpine Trail Ridge Inn
1,167 reviews
#8 of 29 hotels in Estes Park
 
Discovery Lodge
1,017 reviews
#14 of 29 hotels in Estes Park
 
Stanley Hotel
2,522 reviews
#16 of 29 hotels in Estes Park
 
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Reviewed 7 September 2017

This was a beautiful campground before they let the tree beetles ravage the trees. If they would have cut out the infected trees most would still be there. It is usually open even in times mass people in the park. The elk walk through the...More

Thank Jonille S
Reviewed 28 August 2017

Timber creek is a pretty campground. Often the only campground with vacancy in RMNP with lots of nice sites and people with common interest. Here is the only problem the camp host Roger is surly and combative. He clearly does not understand the meaning of...More

1  Thank Bud C
Reviewed 27 August 2017

I loved this spot. We only got to stay one night but it was so nice. There were not too many trees in the campground but the campground is surrounded by mountains and trees. An elk came through the first evening. We were prepared for...More

1  Thank Katy M
Reviewed 7 July 2017 via mobile

A Beauty- Wild Life Walking Around Daily!! Very Helpful and Kind Rangers. This Is a First Come First Serve Campground at The Foot of Trail Ridge Road In The RMNP. Beautiful Cool Nights -Sunsets sand Sunrises Never Fail You! Very Quiet and Peaceful Campground ....More

Thank Terry P
Reviewed 1 July 2017

This hidden Gem is quite a ways from the park entrances nearest to Estes Park. It's about an hour and a half drive from the other campgrounds, but along the way there are many overlooks and stopping points for fabulous pictures. Once on that side...More

Thank mandy00128
The Maxwell Inn
511 reviews
#3 of 29 hotels in Estes Park
 
Alpine Trail Ridge Inn
1,167 reviews
#8 of 29 hotels in Estes Park
 
Discovery Lodge
1,017 reviews
#14 of 29 hotels in Estes Park
 
Stanley Hotel
2,522 reviews
#16 of 29 hotels in Estes Park
 
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  • Price range
  • USD 14 - USD 20 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
  • Number of rooms
  • 100
  • Location
  • United States >
  • Colorado >
  • Rocky Mountain National Park
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"We had #72 which was right on the creek. #71 or #73 (next to us) was further in from the road and a little..."
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"Don't forget to pack a warm sleeping bag, cause nights can get pretty cold up here."
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"Campsites away from the main road were good."
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"We got there early and it didn't seem to start filling up until early evening."
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