Horseshoe Campground sits along its namesake creek near a grassy meadow among aspen, Engelmann spruce and Bristlecone pines in the San Isabel National Forest. The campground sits at 10,600 feet in elevation and offers a great basecamp for hikers wishing to climb some of the 14,000 foot peaks in the area. The primitive campground is located near Mount Sherman, Lincoln, Bross and Democrat - all impressive peaks for avid hikers. At elevation 10,600 feet, it's not hard to find fantastic mountain views. Outdoor recreation activities include: backpacking, hiking, walking, fishing and wildlife viewing.
The campground is located at the base of Sheep Mountain and has 19 campsites. The campsites sit among large trees that provide nice shade and good privacy between sites. RV’s up to 25 feet in length can fit in most sites. Horseshoe campground has vault toilets and drinking water. Each campsite has a table and fire ring.