Camping at Cheyenne Mountain
Camping in Cheyenne Mountain State Park offers the best of both worlds! Step out of your tent or R.V and onto one of our 16 trails, which cover 20 miles of Cheyenne Mountain State Park wilderness. If you prefer having all the comforts and amenities that town offers then you'll be glad to know that the campground is a mere 10 minute drive from downtown Colorado Springs!
We are also a short drive from several nearby attractions.
Our campground consists of 51 full hook-up R.V sites and 10 walk-in tent sites.
There is also a Campground Services building, which is open April 15th-October 15th, which offers such amenties as: food, gifts, firewood, hot-showers, laundry and even a playground for the kids!
The campground is open all year long; though Swift Puma is the only loop available during the winter months (October16th - April14th). Also note that during the winter months campground passes can be purchased at the self-serve station just south of the Campground Services building (cash or check); or they can be purchased at the Visitor Center during the hours of 9a.m - 4p.m
Click here for the information on 2012 Campground Information, 2012 Campground Rules and the CMSP Campground Map.
Click here for a picture and details on every site: Raptor Glen, Gobbler Grove, Swift Puma, Swift Puma walk-in tent sites, Meadows walk in-tent sites.
Click here for information on how to make a reservation for the individual sites.
The group camping sites (49 to 61) must be reserved at the Visitor Center. Please call 719-576-2016.
Click here for 2012 Meadows Group Campground Information and Meadows Groups Sites.
Your Dog in the Campground
Due to the diversity of the wildlife on the park, dogs are not allowed on the trails or in the back country.
Having said this, we know that dogs are important members of the family and they are always welcome in the
campgrounds and picnic areas.
They must be on a leash at all times and you must pick up after them.
Never let your dog chase or harass wildlife.