Join us for one of the many campouts we have planned for 2023. Refer to your monthly newsletter for RSVP information. Not a member of Camping Singles?  Membership dues are $20 per year. You can join us for one campout before paying your membership dues ($20 per year).  Camping fees apply.

Click on the picture to be taken to Recreation.gov to reserve your campsite. For group sites, contact the host listed in your monthly newsletter.

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Christmas Party
Dec 11

Bring a dish to share. Refer to your monthly newsletter for more information.

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Picket Wire Canyon
April 21-23

Oldest dinasaur tracks in North America.

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Cheyenne Mountain State Park | April 28-30

​Enjoy Cheyenne Mountain State Park year-round! Renew your spirit and connect with the outdoors while enjoying the sunny but cool days. Enjoy hiking, wildlife viewing, or biking on our 28-plus miles of trails waiting just for you. 

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Boyd Lake State Park
May 15-18

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Boyd Lake State Park is a water-sports haven for northern Colorado. The lake lies at the western-most edge of the plains at the foot of snow-capped Long's Peak and the mountains of the Continental Divide.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Boyd Lake State Park has something for everyone: boating, fishing, camping, picnicking, swimmi​ng, hiking, biking, and hunting.

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Camp Dick
June 2-4

Camp Dick is the site of a Civilian Conservation Corps camp that was established in the 1930s. It is located just off the Peak to Peak Scenic Byway, on the Middle Saint Vrain Creek.

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Mountain Park
June 9-12

This campground is adjacent to Colorado Highway 14 and the Cache La Poudre River 40 miles northwest of Fort Collins, Colorado. The area varies from dense forest to open meadow and is surrounded by steep mountains.

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Lottis Creek
June 19-23

Lottis Creek Campground is a good site for anglers, hikers and four-wheel drive enthusiasts. The campground is located on the shores of Lottis Creek and close to the Taylor River. Two miles to the south visitors will find access to the Fossil Ridge Wilderness Area. Hikers and equestrians can enjoy the trails of this pristine natural area. 

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Festival
July 6-10

High Mountain Hay Fever Bluegrass Festival. This festival in Westcliffe, CO is an annual event. The music starts on Thursday afternoon and runs through Sunday morning. We camp on the festival grounds (no hookups, but great access to the festival), and our CS host tries to arrange for our group to camp together in the same area.


Oddfellows Grand Encampment – 27 miles SW of Canon City
This is a private campground with limited electric hookups, restrooms and a pavilion for meals and games. The location is near enough to Canon City, Royal Gorge, Westcliffe and Florence to attend various festivals and activities in those areas.

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Snowy Mountain Range
July 14-18

Ryan Park Campground lies along the Snowy Range Scenic Byway in the Medicine Bow National Forest, at an elevation of 8,000 feet. The site is intriguing for history buffs; it was constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corps in the 1930s and was used as a prisoner of war camp for Italians and Germans during World War II.

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Angel of Shavano
July 28-31

Angel of Shavano Group Campground is considered one of the area's best kept camping secrets. It is situated next to the North Fork South Arkansas River and offers a variety of recreational activities, including hiking, biking and fishing.

This is a group site. Contact the host to sign up.

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Ohaver Lake
July 31-Aug 3

Located near Salida, O'Haver Lake Campground sits at an elevation of 9,200 feet, with ponderosa pines and aspen. It is located on the shores of O'Haver Lake. This facility has 31 sites and is a very popular destination that is often full on the weekends.

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Lake McConaughy, NE
Aug 6 - 9

Nearly everything about Lake McConaughy is big. At 30,000 surface acres it is Nebraska’s largest reservoir, its dam is among the largest of its type in the world and its fish grow to trophy proportions, accounting for several state records. Even its nickname, “Big Mac,” reflects its size.

Located eight miles northeast of Ogallala, Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area is known to most Nebraskans and residents of neighboring states as a great place for outdoor recreation. Lake Mac’s white sand beaches and clear waters are a favorite with campers, boaters, wind surfers, swimmers, water skiers, picnickers, scuba divers, hunters, anglers and others seeking outdoor fun.

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Lodgepole
Aug 18-21

Lodgepole Campground is a creekside destination with incredible Colorado mountain views. The campground is located 3 miles south of Jefferson Lake, one of the highest elevation lakes around, capping 10,685 feet elevation and bordered by steep 12,000 foot peaks. Fishing in both the creek and lake offer promising catches of trout. Another noteworthy aspect of the campground is its access to the Colorado Trail.

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Oddfellows
Sept 8 - 11

TBD

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Clear Creek 
Sept 22 - 25

Dispersed camping near the Clear Creek Resorvoir

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Valley of the Gods 
Oct 9 - 14

Dispersed camping