Conejos County has affordable campsites and RV parks.
Or you can camp on your own in the backcountry (called dispersed camping by the Forest Service).
There are 770 square miles of public lands (Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management), in Conejos County. Within these many acres you can find a scenic spot just for you. Please make sure to pack-out anything you pack-in.
For an overview of the territory, view the zoomable Rio Grande National Forest Visitor Map — Middle Region .
• Commercial camp grounds and RV parks: Visit our “Stay with Us” page.
• Forest Service campgrounds: For an overview visit the Rio Grande National Forest Service homepage. You can also directly access the Campground pages for Antonito and Platoro. The pages provide information on Campground Camping, RV Camping, Group Camping, Dispersed Camping, and Forest Cabins. Clicking on an option provides a detail page complete with a Google map.
You can also download the Rio Grande Forest Camping Guide (spreadsheet form). The Conejos District lists 12 campgrounds. It also lists the few areas that don’t allow camping out of designated campgrounds.