Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park has some of the steepest cliffs, oldest rocks, and craggiest spires in North America. The Park offers beautiful scenery, fantastic hiking (along the rim and to the river) and camping. Other outdoor activities include rock climbing, river rafting/kayaking, fishing, horseback riding, photography and wildlife viewing.
The South Rim Campground (102 sites) offers pit toilets, tables, and grills (no hookups). Sites are usually available even on the busiest weekends. Although there are no group sites, groups can generally be accommodated at the South Rim Campground. The campground now takes reservations for A and B loops, and B loops have electric hookups.
Additional campgrounds, some offering hookups, are available at Curecanti National Recreation Area, and Ridgway Lake and Crawford Lake State Recreation Areas. Private campgrounds are located near Montrose, Delta and Cimarron.
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