The Trail Creek site is 2.5 miles south of Lake Fork Campground on the Alamosa-Conejos River Road (Forest Road 250). No facilities are provided so please pack your trash. Camping outside developed campgrounds or designated undeveloped sites like Trail Creek in the Conejos Canyon is prohibited. There is ample parking space here and it is a convenient space for trailers. Access to hiking, big game hunting, four-wheel driving and fishing are available from here. Platoro is fairly close for groceries and other supplies.
Directions from Highway 17: The Trail Creek site is 2.5 miles south of Lake Fork Campground on the Alamosa-Conejos River Road 250 which is accessed via Highway 114.
Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Weekend .
Camping, Single Unit
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"Pack it In/Pack it Out" - no
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Filed By: Alvin Crosswhite
Difficulty: Number of People Encountered: 11-25 ppl Recommend to a Friend: Highly Report: This was a pristine camping area. If you don't mind going primitive, this is a wonderful place to stay. The road in and out is a nightmare though. Water Availability: I had to trek about 100 or so feet up and down hill to the Conejos river to get water. You must treat water before you drink.
Convenient space for trailers
Trail Creek Dispersed Camping Area
Cold Water Fishing
Forest Road 249
Hiking & Walking
Big Game Hunting
Groceries and other supplies:
Directions: Available in Platoro
Valdez Trail - This is a lightly used trail. Water is not available along this trail.