Open Year-round
Reservations possible?
RV Hookups
Potable water
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McCully Forks Campground is a small Forest Service operated campground nestled into the trees and along a small stream near the base of the Elkhorn Drive Scenic Byway.

With 8 basic sites containing only a table and fire pit, the campground sits in the shade of lush tree cover. All sites have a parking space suitable for a smaller RV or trailer, and one site adjacent to the entrance has a pull through space - however this site is outside of the main camping area and has no tree cover.

Upon entering, campers are asked to pay at a self-pay kiosk. From there the road forks to either side of the stream, with camp sites set along both sides. As the right fork is an access road to the forest backcountry, the left fork seems to lead to the quieter sites.

There is no water available at the campground. There is also no trash service of any kind. Two accessible vault toilets are set throughout the camp.

While camping is permitted year round, the campground may close at times due to seasonal winter conditions. The prime season is May-September.

The road through the campground is a well-graded gravel road generally accessible to all vehicle types.

Logistics + Planning

Preferable season(s)



Rarely full

Parking Pass

Camping fee

Open from

May 21 to October 15

Price per night (basic site)

8.00 $ (6.72 €)


Peaceful environment. Nearby hiking and park areas.


No water.

Pets allowed

Allowed with Restrictions

Managed by

Forest Service


ADA accessible
Vault toilet
Family friendly
Picnic tables



Total number of sites


Lodging type


Maximum trailer length

25.00 ft (7.62 m)


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