Morefield Campground in Mesa Verde National Park in Colorado offers the opportunity to camp within the park and be close to the main park road to the ruins. This front country campground has a great RV loop with full hookups.
Morefield Campground - Mesa Verde National Park
This campground is divided into many many loops so you will want to know where you are picking a campsite. Some of the sites are on hills and have steps up into the sites.
Morefield Campground is located up the hill past the park entrance station from the visitor center. The campsite has native flowers, deer, and wild turkeys along with a great scavenger hunt.
Number of Sites: 267 campsites
Location in the park: four miles inside Mesa Verde
- $36.00 plus tax for a dry campsite (2 people)
- $50.00 plus tax for full hook-up campsites (2 people)
All rates based on double occupancy. Additional person charges apply for extra persons age 6 years and older.
Senior/Access Camping Fee: NPS Golden Age/Golden Access passes: Passes are applicable to tent and non-hookup campsites; with discount applied only to campsite occupied by the person to whom the passport has been issued.
Latitude/Longitude: 37.3021° N, 108.4190° W
Accessible Sites: There are several designated, accessible campsites and comfort stations (with flush toilets) available along the Apache Loop.
Pets Allowed: Pets are allowed in the campground and must be under physical control at all times. Please do not leave pets unattended in campsites, vehicles or RV. Responsible pet ownership includes proper disposal of pet wastes.
Are campground Reservations Available? Yes, The campground is managed by Aramark and they offer reservations.
Phone Number? 800.449.2288
Online? You can make reservations here
How Far Ahead can you make a reservation?
First Come, First Served?
Payment Policy: Deposit equal to a one-night stay including taxes and or surcharges is due at time of booking. Remaining balance is due at check-in.
Cancellation Policy: Cancellations must be made more than 72 hours prior to arrival in order to avoid forfeiture of full deposit.
The campground is located next to a lot of amenities including a camp store/gift shop, laundry, showers, and the Knife Edge Cafe.
Dump Station: Yes
Bear Boxes: Some sites had bear boxes but not every site has them
Flush Toilets: Yes
Payphone: an emergency phone (local calls only) is located in Morefield Village, just outside the laundromat.
Firewood: You can purchase firewood at the camp store
Is wifi available? Yes, Wi-fi should be available throughout the entire campground. However, the strength of connection varies. It may be faster near the Morefield Village and campground store.
Is cellular Phone Service Available? No
Is camp host available on site? Yes
Is firewood available for purchase? Yes, at the camp store
Amenities at each campsite: Campsites include a fire pit and/or barbeque grill, picnic table with seating, and gravel tent pad.
Fire pit in the site? Yes a firepit or bbq grill
Picnic Table in the site? Yes
Potable Water? Yes
RV Camping at Morefield Campground
15 full hook-up RV sites with water, electric, and sewer (reservations accepted, recommended)
RV Length: Morefield RV & Campground does not allow RV's longer than 46'.
Generators: Generators are not allowed in the tent loop.
The maximum number of people in a campsite: The site fee includes double occupancy. There is a charge for additional occupants over the age of 6.
The number of cars per campsite: 2 cars or 4 motorcycles
Check In: Check-in is accepted any time after 1:00 pm local time, at the Campground Store. If arriving after store hours, please pick a location and check-in the next morning.
Checkout time: Check out is by 11:00 am local time.
Quiet Hours: 10 pm to 6 am
Morefield Campground Map
Photos of Morefield Campground
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