Surrounded by the White River National Forest, Summit County Colorado is the ideal year round vacation destination. There are millions of acres of wilderness to explore, either on foot or horseback. Summer months offer a quiet and relaxing vacation in the Rockies. Fish the mountain streams, enjoy boating on Lake Dillon or hike the backcountry. Explore the old abandoned gold mines and get a taste of Old West history.
Campgrounds in the White River National Forest provide camping sites with views of the Rocky Mountain summits around you. Lodgepole pines provide some shade and privacy, and many of the campgrounds hug the shores of the Dillon Reservoir.
Make reservations for your campsite by calling the National Reservation System at 877-444-6777.
Length of Stay
The maximum length of stay in the campgrounds in the White River National Forest in Summit County is between 8 to 14 days depending on the campground.
Check the Dillon Ranger District camping around Summit County.
The campgrounds in White River National Forest are typically open from May to September or October, depending on the campground you choose.
Camping fees range from $15 to $17.