Bellaire Lake Campground is a hidden gem in northern Colorado, and it is the perfect location for your next camping trip. It sits in Roosevelt National Forest, the expansive and mountainous forest that is well-known for its beautiful natural features and large size of over 800,000 acres. The campground’s amazing setting, coupled with its small, cozy atmosphere, makes it a great location for escaping the frenetic city and enjoying some relaxation and peace of mind. One of the best features of the campground is that it allows dogs, so you can bring your canine companion along to keep you company!
The campground has 26 sites available, and they are nicely spaced with plenty of room between sites. The well-maintained sites are surrounded by beautiful trees, creating a wonderful atmosphere for camping. A single site fits up to eight campers and costs $22 per night (non-electric) or $29 per night (electric). There are a few options for larger groups as well: the nightly cost is $58 for an electric double site, $87 for an electric triple site, and $44 for a non-electric double site.
There are also numerous amenities available for campers. You can find picnic tables, drinking water, fire pits, and grills at the campground. And you’ll also find lots of activities in the area, so you’ll have plenty of ways to fill your time throughout your stay. The lake after which the campground is named is over ten acres, and it’s a great location for fishing and paddling. There are also some trails in the area which are great for hiking: Molly Lake and Mount Margaret are two popular choices.
When you’re staying at Bellaire Lake Campground, remember that you are in bear country. Food should be stored and disposed of safely. Also note that RVs will not have access to water hookups and cannot use the campground hydrants.