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Camping gives us a chance to slow down and really enjoy the park during the hours when the park is quiet and still. Always be a good camper and be respectful of others and the wildlife that you may see.

Purchase firewood locally to avoid the spread of diseases and pests. Firewood is sold at local convenience stores. Park campgrounds may have firewood for sale and will warn you of any fire bans. Fires are allowed in metal fire grates only.

There are no electric, water, or sewer hookups at any RMNP campsite. Each is equipped with a picnic table, fire ring with grate, and tent pad. Roads and parking spurs are paved. Checkout time at all campgrounds is noon.

Drinking water and flush toilets are available in most campgrounds in the summer. Reservations for summer camping must be made six months to one day in advance at or 877-444-6777. Major credit cards accepted.

A separate park camping fee applies. Campground stay limits park-wide are seven nights total during the reservation period (summer season), and an additional 14 nights the rest of the year.

Reservable Sites In The Park

For the above three campgrounds, your Timed Entry Permit is included with your camping reservation. You may enter the park at 1pm on the first day of your reservation.

Moraine Park Campground (8,150ft) will be closed for the summer of 2023 for needed repairs.

First-Come, First-Served

Longs Peak Campground (9,405ft), about nine miles south of Estes Park off CO Hwy 7, has 26 sites.

A tents-only campground with vault toilets. $30/night. Open July-September.

Updated Information

Make sure to check the park’s website for the most updated information, park alerts, and programs.

Wilderness Camping

Overnight travel in the wilderness requires a permit. Information can be found on the park’s website.

All reservations for wilderness backpacking camping trips must be booked via Trips cannot be booked through the park’s Wilderness Office.

Need Camping Gear?

Head to Estes Park Mountain Shop for all kinds of camping gear and necessities, clothing, and shoes. 970-586-6548,

True Value Hardware has a camping section, coolers, and all sorts of items you may need. 970-586-3496,


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