Three campgrounds in the park have accessible campsites: Moraine Park, Glacier Basin, and Timber Creek. There is also an accessible wilderness camping site located near Sprague Lake.
Accessible Campsites in Rocky Mountain National Park Campgrounds
Please note that Aspenglen and Longs Peak Campgrounds do not have accessible campsites. Summer reservations for campgrounds can be made up to six months in advance at www.recreation.gov or by calling 877-444-6777.
Glacier Basin Campground
Located on the east side of RMNP off of Bear Lake Road, Glacier Basin Campground offers four accessible campsites.
Check back soon for details on the accessible sites in Glacier Basin Campground.
Moraine Park Campground
Please note that the Moraine Park Campground will be closed from Mary 25, 2023 to early June 2024 as the campground will be undergoing major updates to current drainage, electricity, and accessibility. To learn more about the project, visit the official RMNP webpage on the project.
Located on the east side of RMNP in Moraine Park, Moraine Park Campground is Rocky’s only year-round campground. Moraine Park Campground offers the following-
-Accessible parking by the accessible campsites
-Accessible restroom adjacent to campsites
-Accessible picnic tables at accessible campsites
-Raised fire grates at accessible campsites
There are four reservable, accessible campsites located in the A Loop. Below is a list of the four sites and what each one offers. Contact the Wilderness Office to reserve a site.
Max vehicle length 20 feet.
Overhang depends on camping unit. 1 slide-out.
Parking is level, 23 feet x 12 feet.
Tent pad 15 feet x 11 feet. 160 feet to restroom.
Sunny. Best suited for conversion van or slide-in truck camper, 1 small tent.
Max vehicle length 30 feet.
No overhang. Slide-outs both sides.
Parking is level, 30 feet x 12 feet.
Tent pad 18 feet x 15 feet. 120 feet to restroom.
Sunny. Best suited for a medium-sized RV, 1 small tent.
Max vehicle length 35 feet.
Overhang depends on camping unit. Slide-outs both sides.
Parking is level, 36 feet x 12 feet.
Tent pad 19 feet x 16 feet. 75 feet to restroom.
Shady. Best suited for medium-sized RV, 1 small tent.
Max vehicle length 40 feet.
Overhang depends on camping unit. Slide-outs both sides
Parking is level, 40 feet x 15 feet
Tent pad 14 feet x 14 feet. 90 feet to restroom.
Sunny. Best suited for a large RV, 1 small tent.
Timber Creek Campground
Located on the west side of RMNP in the Kawuneeche Valley, Timber Creek Campground offers three first-come, first-served accessible campsites. Accessible campsites are set aside for campers with disabilities until 6:00 p.m. each evening. If they are not filled by then, other campers can stay in those sites for the night only. Timber Creek Campground offers the following-
-Accessible parking by accessible campsites and amphitheater.
-Accessible picnic tables at accessible campsites.
-Raised fire grates at accessible campsites.
There are three first-come, first-served accessible campsites located in the B Loop. Below is a list of the three sites and what each one offers.
Maximum vehicle length 16 feet.
Parking is 18 feet long x 22 feet wide.
Tent pad is 13 feet x 30 feet.
Maximum vehicle length 30 feet.
Parking is 37 feet long x 21 feet wide.
Tent pad is 13 feet x 30 feet.
Maximum vehicle length 24 feet.
Parking is 26 feet long x 22 feet wide.
Tent pad is 10 feet x 15 feet
The park's wheelchair-accessible wilderness campsite is near scenic Sprague Lake. The camp is located 1/2 mile from the parking area via a fully accessible packed gravel trail, at about 8,700 feet of elevation. The camp accommodates up to 12 campers including a maximum of five wheelchairs. Please note that while this campsite is open year-round, winter weather will greatly affect access. Winter and spring snows will cover the trail and campsite.
Reservations are made with the park's Wilderness Office online or in person. Please contact the Wilderness Office at (970) 586-1242 with any questions or trip planning needs. A party may stay at the campsite a maximum of three consecutive nights.
This is a rustic wilderness campsite with few facilities. There are no hookups and no electrical outlets for medical appliances. Campers can park at Sprague Lake a half mile away, where ISA-designated parking is available. All gear, water, and firewood must be packed in. Amenities at this campsite include accessible picnic tables, a fire grate and charcoal grill, and accessible privy. However, there is no water faucet provided.