Pulver Mountain Group Site


     Pulver group site offers a private area with large pavilion with several tables and a large communal campfire pit. For your convenience, a double-stall vaulted restroom is provided. Within the group site are 6 individual campsites for your guest, each having their own table and campfire ring. Firewood is provided by roaming host who can be located nearby at Round Mountain campground. Access to the west field is by foot only and for your use of additional tents, recreation, or main even activities.

1 pavilion, 1 large group-campfire ring, Double-stall vaulted restroom, 6 moveable tables in pavilion, 6 stationary tables at individual campsites, 6 campfire rings, Private activity field, Firewood available via roaming hosts and management.

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Natural Features

This fairly flat terrain is covered with natural grasses and speckled with pines providing plenty of shade. If solar and sunbathing is in your itinerary, a generous amount of sun is easily acquired as well.

Nearby Attractions

NATIONAL FOREST AREAS: - Eleven Mile Canyon - Badger Flats - Wilkerson Pass - Manitou Lakes - Rampart Range - Deckers - Pikes Peak - Norht Catamount Reservoir - Clear Creek Reservoir - 

NATIONAL MONUMENT: - Florissant Fossil Beds

STATE PARK AREAS: - Eleven Mile reservoir - Spinney Mountain Reservoir - Mueller State Park - Taryall Reservoir - Antero Reservoir, 

NEARBY TOWNS: - Lake George - Woodland Park - Cripple Creek - Fairplay


- Being in the National Forest, nearby is Eleven Mile Canyon. The canyon is part of the historical Midland Railroad. You can drive along the railbed, following the the South Platte River for nine miles to the base of the dam of Eleven Mile Reservoir, while enjoying the beautiful scenery of the river and granite canyon. The open area of Eleven Mile Reservoir is state park whereas the canyon (National Forest) is reknown for the picturesque views, rock climbing, kayaking, and fishing.

- Jefferson Lake is about 45 minutes north with spectacular wildlife, hiking, and hand launched boating. The depth of the lake is unknown and flows towards the basin of Pulver Group Site, into Tarryall Reservoir. The state park of Tarryall reservoir is visiting often for fishing by boat and shoreline.

- Offroading is located just outside the gate to Pulver group site to the south. To the north, Badger Flats area offers a large area to explore and admire the beauty of sub-alpine terrain. This area shows remnents of early settlers and active ranching. (OHV must be trailered to/from).

Contact Information


Forest Road 861 Lake George CO 80827

Rental Options

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Driving Directions


       - South of 24, about 5 miles west of Lake George (2 miles west of the turnoff to Round Mountain campground)

       - Between mile marker 257 & 258

       - Turn left onto Forest Service Road 861 (indescript dirt road, signage will be placed soon.)

       - Follow about 1/4-mile, gate will be on right


       - South of 24, about 3 miles from Wilkerson Pass

       - Between mile marker 257 & 258

       - Turn right onto Forest Service Road 861 (indescript dirt road, signage will be placed soon.)

       - Follow about 1/4-mile, gate will be on right

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