Eleven Mile State Park Campground

4229 County Rd. 92, Lake George, Colorado, 80827-9201, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on 4229 County Rd. 92, Lake George.
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    Travel Blogs from Lake George

    Colorado ahhhhhhhhhhhhhh.....................

    A travel blog entry by rob.franklin. on Jul 02, 2014

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    About 60 miles out we saw the first of the mountains. After a quick resupply we shot straight up the Estes pass toward the rocky mountain national park. It was great to be in Colorado, it felt like home for reasons I'm not quite sure of yet? We spent the afternoon and night just out of the national park at a local crag and the kids had lots of fun on their first outdoor climb. We parked the camper right there beside the rock and a little lake with mountains ...

    Florissant Fossil Beds & Manitou Springs, CO

    A travel blog entry by mcgovern on Jul 07, 2012

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    ... the redwood trees to die

    · - After that there were a few more volcanos that erupted so the redwood trees were covered with ash. Also, there was so much volcanic ash the river got dammed up, and replaced with a lake.

    · - Millions of years later most of the ash was eroded away so you can see the petrified wood.

    After we were ...

    Pikes Peak!

    A travel blog entry by kimmytravels on Sep 10, 2009

    ... for sure! Anyways, we got to the top and just as we were getting out the car, it started snowing really bad and visibility was practically zero. That kinda sucked, but it was still really neat. We did the picture taking thing and ate our packed lunch in the car. It was SO COLD! Probably in the 40s. I guess thats what happens when you're over 14,000 feet in the air and your head is literally in the clouds!

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    Really not sure where I am right now....

    A travel blog entry by golicon on Jul 06, 2009

    ... limit where company drivers can only go governed rate. However coming through the Veil area last night it was sure windy. I did well, it finally has cooled off, but we still have windows down, so kinda hard to hear each other. Tony thinks I am deaf... we laugh about it. Love you all..... ...

    Museums Tell the Stories...

    A travel blog entry by ostashare on May 28, 2009

    ... a San Juan Mountains winter? Stop in the Rio Grande County and find out about this man from Georgia, Washington, D.C., and California who traveled much of the Old Spanish Trail through exhibits and books. Frémont gave the trail its name and was the best-known citizen of the USA. What kinds of big and little North American wildlife still thrive near Antonito? The Conejos County tourist information center next to the Cumbres and Toltec Railroad ...