Sitting right at the boundary of Holy Cross Wilderness, Yeoman Park Campground is a wonderful place to find majestic scenery and solitude. Set in the high valley of Yeoman Park, the views up to the nearby peaks are spectacular. The campground is a typical national forest facility with minimal amenities apart from vault toilets, and access roads are rough. Most of the sites are more suitable for tent camping, but several are long and flat enough for medium-sized trailers and motorhomes. There are two ADA-accessible sites, and the vault toilets are accessible as well.
Yeoman Park is about 10 miles from Sylvan Lake and just a mile from Fulford Cave, and it is not much further from the old mining camp of Fulford and the trailheads for Nolan Lake, Lake Charles, and the Ironedge Trail. The road to the campground is well-maintained dirt and suitable for passenger cars, but the roads to the nearby trailheads can get much rougher.