Stillwater Campground

US Hwy 34, Granby, Colorado, United States | Campground
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Location

This campground, located on US Hwy 34, Granby, is near Thunder Lake day hike or backpack, Sharkstooth, Mount Chapin, and Saber.
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    Travel Blogs from Granby

    Driving the Trail Ridge Road

    A travel blog entry by carolinebaugh on Jun 20, 2013

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    After another morning run, this time to Fern Lake (or almost for me....) we packed up camp and headed for the famous route through the park! The lady at the RV rental was slightly horrified we were even considering this....didn't fill us with confidence! However, it was breathtaking - one of the most spectacular drives I have ever done! Built from 1929 to 1939 this is the highest ...

    Rocky Mountain Highest

    A travel blog entry by cphenly on Jul 26, 2012

    49 photos

    ... absolutely spectacular, and where there were not only swarms of chipmunks, ground squirrels, and Clark's Nutcrackers, but also a Pika, some Stellar's Jays, and some Brown-Capped Rosy Finches. I had never seen the latter three there, and I had never seen the last at all. We spent a good hour there, just watching the scenery and the animal antics. We made acquaintance with some French tourists, from just outside of Paris. Their English was ...

    On to Colorado and Rocky Mountain National Park

    A travel blog entry by h.o.t. on Jul 20, 2012

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    ... check some reservations for the coming two weeks. We then parked outside of McDonalds and had a brief Skype conversation with Marc and Jan in Kowhitirangi before heading back up the road to Green Ridge. All day we had been driving in and out of dark and threatening rain clouds and the final 30 minute push to camp was no different. We arrived to a campground poised on the edge of a man-made lake and only 5 miles from the western border of Rocky Mountain National ...

    Snow in June???

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jun 12, 2011

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    ... as we could have hoped. There are fallen trees everywhere; the forest looks like a game of pick-up-sticks. Whenever the wind blows, the trees creak and Julie stops and looks up. She’s thinking about all the trees that have already blown down, and now I’m thinking about that, too. There are so many dead and dying trees here (there’s a beetle that is decimating the Ponderosa pine forests in the Rocky Mountains), what would I do if one started falling? It would probably ...

    Still the Fall River Road Champ

    A travel blog entry by josie.scott on Aug 03, 2010

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    ... such a magnificent drive, that no one makes note that the most beautiful road in the world has come to an end.

    We headed back up the roadway, where the pine trees are still plentiful for now. The rain on the eastern side of the divide was still persistent, so we ate in town and headed back to the cabin. A quiet end to an amazing day. Happy anniversary to my best friend and my love. I can't think of a better way to spend it together.
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