5 Replies to “Peaceful Valley – Campgrounds, Boulder”

  1. This place is pretty nice. The fee is only $21. There is a creek running along several ot the sites. No showers are available. Vault toilets are generally clean. It was full most of the week. Walk in sites are available. Sites 10 through 14 are in a shared parking spot. They are meant for tent only camping. 14 is the only one that is not lumped pretty close. They allow hanging of hammocks. Which is nice for napping or reading a book during the afternoon. You can hear the creek while camping because it is right behind the sites. All of the sites for tents have a bear safe box. While we were there the pump for water was producing a very odd color well water. Similar to sun tea in color actually. The camp host has wood for $6. The host was very nice when we did encounter him. My son had cut himself and the host gave us some bandages. You will have to drive 30 minutes or so to get any supplies you may have forgotten. We had a moose and many deer come right through our site while there. Just before the bridge where you enter you can find a trail that is fairly even and not rough. My small son and I were able to easily navigate it while wearing sandals. The entire time were stayed our cellphones had 4g service. If you go down farther to camp Dick you will get no or very poor cell coverage.

  2. Wonderful amazing very well taken care of. Very clean bathrooms and clean sites. Hosts are always very friendly and helpful. Enjoyed the trails surrounding the camp very much. We highly recommend it as a getaway to beautiful nature.

  3. A yearly camping spot we discovered a few years back. The hike up to the falls is a must.

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