Eleven Mile State Park Campground

Address: 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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    TripAdvisor Reviews Eleven Mile State Park Campground Lake George

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    Travel Blogs from Lake George

    Colorado country

    A travel blog entry by boomermaxwell on Jun 06, 2015

    5 photos

    ... Here they have huge petrified redwood tree stumps, 34 million years old, and lots of fossils in shale in the museum. Did the small hike around the site looking at stumps and reading info panels. All related to numerous nearby volcanic eruptions in Florissant Valley.

    Then drove to Eleven Mile State Park - gorgeous camp on the edge of the lake, although very windy!! Free fishing if we were fishermen!

    We have seen some amazing stuff in the last two ...

    Home Sweet Home

    A travel blog entry by debdana on Jul 26, 2012

    3 comments, 9 photos

    ... drove past the Waldo Canyon burn area on our way home. There were several places along Hwy 24 between Manitou Springs and Cascade where the fire had burned to the highway.

    We’ve driven 8,346 miles, and that does not include roughly a thousand nautical miles we "floated" going through the inside passage. Dana drove the entire way, and he got us there and back safe and sound. He is my ...

    Florissant Fossil Beds & Manitou Springs, CO

    A travel blog entry by mcgovern on Jul 07, 2012

    3 photos

    ... we went to a ranger program. There I learned that there was a man that used to live here, and he knew about the petrified redwood trees. This man really wanted to see the redwood trees, but they were all covered with a rock called cap rock. Cap rock is just like cement, so he didn’t know how he was going to get to the petrified wood. He tried to ...

    Road trippin with violet.

    A travel blog entry by cody_max on May 21, 2010

    1 comment, 27 photos

    ... through sunny Alpine roads, lush green farm land, scorching hot desert, wet then snow alpine roads. On this road trip around Colorado and Utah we had a bit of everything. I'm only 3 weeks into my 3 month long trip and if the rest is anything like it has been I'm going to have a wicked as time.

    So till my next blog post will be chilling out in Denver and getting that road king bike and Then Violet will be showing me more of this primo ...

    Museums Tell the Stories...

    A travel blog entry by ostashare on May 28, 2009

    Tourist can enrich their visit to "new country" at local museums. They can meet the locals - past and present - by dropping into several or all of the 14 museums in the San Luis Valley. The history of the Old Spanish Trail is only part of the information that can be found. Curiosity about what is special about this great valley with it's small population can be satisfied in almost all areas of intellectual pursuit - from boxing to mining, old trains ...