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Moraine Park Campground

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Reviewed 10 February 2017 via mobile

Clean bathrooms and incredible scenery. Plenty of walking and biking trails and ideal weather conditions for camping. My family and I look forward to returning next summer from our home near Kansas city Missouri.

1Thank Mitchell S
North Aurora, Illinois
Reviewed 22 October 2016 via mobile

Decent clean pit toilets. End of the season so fewer people but still selling firewood. Sites are pretty close to each other in spots so don't expect to see no one. But our site was amazing - D loop, 185- tucked next to the ridge so if you walked up you could see the Moraine meadows, hear elk bugling, watch...

6Thank Jenn0823
Cotton MN
Reviewed 16 October 2016

My wife and I stayed here in August, 2016. The views were spectacular. The campsites were varied and there was something for everyone. We were both disappointed by the filthy bathrooms though. We camped by a bathroom that did have flush toilet and a sink with cold water however the men's toilet had feces on both toilets the day I...

Thank Mark1539
Reviewed 12 October 2016

My husband and I camped at this campground the last week of September. The first day and night was unusually cold due to a storm that had passed through the day before we arrived. It was about 30 degrees F at night and in the 50s during the day. After that, we had beautiful weather. 40s at night and 70s...

1Thank Catherine D
Columbia, Missouri
Reviewed 10 October 2016

We camped two nights here and couldn't have been happier. All of the spots are far enough apart that you feel as if you are alone, but yet have the security of neighbors. Very nice and quiet as the night falls, and the campfires rise. Waking up each morning, and making coffee out in the campground. Things just couldn't get...

4Thank Judy V
Reviewed 28 September 2016 via mobile

My boyfriend and I just stayed a couple nights during the elk rut and this campground is my absolute favorite. We had A001 and each morning a family of deer would greet us as we woke up, we could hear elk bugling throughout the day and night , as well as coyotes howling on one of them. About a five...

Thank Nicoaltrain30
Reviewed 24 September 2016

This campground is in Rocky Mountain National Park and each campsite is big enough for 5 people or more, depending on how you arrange your tents. There is a tent pad that is large enough to set up two 3 person-tents. The scenery around is very pretty and peaceful. The only downside of this campground is the shower because there...

1Thank Phuong D
Boston, Massachusetts
Reviewed 21 September 2016

Very friendly, informative and patient Rangers. We got D-149 for three nights. However on the third night we decided to take our time driving on Trail Ridge Road to camp on the West side (at Timber Creek). I wasn't expecting it, but I got a refund for the night I didn't stay there. It's one of the few sites that...

4Thank John D
Bloomington, Illinois
Reviewed 19 September 2016 via mobile

We were headed to California and camped here for one night, beautiful campground, nice flush toilets, and bear boxes. The firewood and ice is reasonably priced and the campsites are nice and spaced apart. We will def go again but pack warmer clothes.

Thank Toni P
Austin, Texas
Reviewed 1 September 2016

This is a campground in Rocky Mountain National Park. It is excellent and the views and setting is amazing. The campground for tent camping does not have electricity or running water, but there is vault toilets and central water for drinking.

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This campground is a good base from which to explore the park. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Moraine Park Campground

Address: Moraine Park, Estes Park, CO
Region: United States > Colorado > Estes Park
Number of rooms: 244
Also Known As:
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Moraine Park Estes
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“Get a campsite in the D Loop (148 - 150 are definitely more private than others)”
  • Campsite with Bear locker (the meadows/fields are in the distance)
DarthCoder, 21 Sep 2016 | Read review
“If feasible, choose a 'walk to' site for more space and a better wilderness experience”
annasX6686CQ, 25 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Reserve several months early, especially if you are visiting on a weekend”
Lower48by2016, 21 Aug 2016 | Read review
“Look up any and all activities the RMNP offers it makes the trip worth it”
F8653AWjessicam, 16 Jul 2016 | Read review
“campsite 219 is great”
josianned381, 8 Jul 2016 | Read review
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