We stayed at Gore Creek Campground in Vail, CO, and had a great time.
This was our first time visiting Gore Creek Campground. We arrived on a Friday around 1 pm, during a nice rain shower. By the time we found our campsite, the rain had ended, and we were able to back into our spot with no difficulty. Our site was along the Gore Creek, but not so close that we could see it. But we were able to hear the rushing water with no problem.
Gore Creek Campground was very quiet and peaceful. The campground was full, but it did not feel crowded. There are three loops, two for tents/campers (nothing to large) and one for hike in camping. The hike in campsites were large with lots of room to spread out. I highly recommend them if you are tent camping. I only rated the campsite as 75% because there is no drinkable water located at the campground, contrary to what Reserve America website states. We had to go to West Vail (Conoco) to fill up our six gallon container.
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