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If you need a site in a certain area or need to be in sites next to your party, please obtain that information from them directly. The Parks and Recreation Department is unable to provide reservation information to anyone but the person who made the reservation. This includes spouses and other family members.
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Online Reservations are open for the 2022 season
Through our online reservation portal.
No more than 7 nights in any 30 day period. This restriction is for anyone staying on the campsite, whether or not they are formally listed on the reservation.
All reservations must be made online, so payments over the phone are not possible.
Our 2022 cancellation policy has been amended and will be posted when online reservations open for the 2022 season.
A maximum of 6 people at a vehicle campsite and 4 people at a primitive campsite is allowed per campsite. Limiting the amount of usage on a site helps prevent erosion of the campsite. If you have more than the maximum number of people allowed, another site will need to be booked if available.
Campers are allowed to have guests. All guest vehicles must be parked outside of the campground in an authorized parking area. Guests are allowed during the day, but only a maximum number of 6 people in the vehicle campsites and 4 people in the primitive sites are allowed at night/overnight.
Parking is true challenge in the town of Telluride. Only authorized camping vehicles are permitted in the campground. Attached is a Parking Map generated by the town Marshal illustrating the limited parking options.
It is unlawful for any person to camp or sleep overnight in or on any Town-owned park, open space or other public property, or remain within or on such lands beyond the hours of authorized public access or use. Town Ordinance (7-2-40 & 10-4-60), fines may apply. Camping on private property would be permissible after obtaining permission from the property owners.
No, there are no other campgrounds or RV parks located with in the Town of Telluride. Please see our main campground page for links and information on other camping outside of Telluride.
No, the campground does not have hook-ups of any kind. There are bathroom and shower facilities available on-site and drinking water is accessible. Low decibel generators are permitted as long as quiet hours are respected. Quiet hours are from 10pm to 8am.
No, your campground fee only covers your overnight reservation at your campsite.
Yes, dogs are welcome in the Town Park Campground during our normal campground operations. We ask that dogs be kept on leashes while in the Campground and not left unattended. Please no livestock in the Campground.
The Waste Water Treatment Plant is the RV dump station. They can be reached at 970.728.6075. There is a $15.00 dump fee and can be paid after hours with cash or check in the drop box located on the premises.
There is a water spigot in the campground behind the restrooms available to registered campers only. The Waste Water Treatment Plant is also the RV dump station. You can top off your water tank if you pay the $15.00 dump fee.
Internet is available at the campground. During festivals it can be limited.
See Revised Cancellation Policy
Our NEW check-in time is 3:00 pm.
Our new check-out time is 2:00 pm
Please visit the Colorado Parks and Wildlife website for detailed information on living with bears.
The campground is located on the east end of the town of Telluride only a couple of blocks from the edge of the commercial district. The Galloping Goose is a town loop free shuttle bus that will pick up just outside the main entrance to the Town Park.
No wood burning is permitting in the town of Telluride.
Quiet hours at the campground are from 10:00 pm until 8:00 am daily.
No. Livestock is not permitted in the Town of Telluride campground.
Yes, children (including infants) are counted toward the total capacity of each campsite.
Your Campground Attendant will be a good source for local information and trail maps.