Granby & Grand Lake Campgrounds

Stillwater Campground
Granby, Colorado
The campground, adjacent to Lake Granby and composes of three overlapping loops - A, B and C. Loop A winds through a stand of widely spaced Lodgepole pines, while Loop B and C are intermittently open and shaded. Portions of Loops B and C are next to (or in) meadows covered with grass and sagebrush. Most of these sites are in the open with several on the lake shore.

DIRECTIONS: In Granby, CO, at intersection of US Rt. 40 and US Rt. 34, take Rt. 34 east 8.6 miles to campground sign. Turn right into campground. .

Arapaho Bay Campground
Granby, Colorado
Arapaho Bay campground, consist of three loops - Big Rock, Moraine and Roaring Fork. It is generally strung out along a bay at the southeastern end of Lake Granby and is convenient to Rocky Mountain National Park and Indian Peaks Wilderness. Big Rock is the first loop. It is located in a nice stand of Lodgepole pines and is flat with no understory and no privacy between camping sites. About 0.5 miles further is the Moraine loop, which features a rolling topography and enough understory to provide good privacy between sites. Most sites are either on the shore of the lake or have a good view of it. The Roaring Fork Loop is another 0.3 miles further and stretches out along the lake. This loop provides some very private tent sites, some of which are right on the shore.

DIRECTIONS: In Granby, CO, at intersection of US Rt. 40 and US Rt. 34, take Rt. 34 east 5.5 miles to Arapaho Bay sign (County Rt. 6/Forest Rt. 125). Turn right onto Rt. 125 and go 8.9 miles to campground sign. Turn left into campground. .

Green Ridge Campground
Granby, Colorado
Green Ridge is located in a stand of Lodgepole pines along the south shore of the Shadow Mountain Reservoir. A tall bern obscures any view of the reservoir. Loop B's camping sites are a bit longer, more RV friendly and have more double-wide sites. Some consider the area below the dam as having the best fly fishing in the Arapaho National Forest. The East Shore Trail part of the 3,200-mile Continental Divide National Scenic Trail is adjacent to the campground. The Colorado River is nearby the campground's west side. Tents are permitted on hard surfaces only.

The campground is convenient to the Rocky Mountain National Park and a visitor's center. There is a wheelchair friendly observation ramp (with telescopes) for observing Bald Eagles and Osprey.

In Granby, CO, at intersection of US Rt. 40 and US Rt. 34, take Rt. 34 east 11.7 miles to campground sign (County Rt. 66/Forest Rt. 274). Turn right onto Rt. 66/274 and go 1.5 miles to another campground sign. Turn left at sign into campground. .

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Fishing Info: Lake Granby: is the second largest body of water in Colorado. The lake offers has 40 miles of shoreline. Lake Granby is part of the Arapaho National Recreation Area (ANRA) which encompasses five lakes and reservoirs at the upper end of the Colorado River Valley.

Directions: Lake Granby is off U.S. 34 north about 5 miles from Granby.

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