River Fork RV Park and Campground

112 N. Henson, Lake City, CO 81235


GPS: 38.0262,-107.316

River Fork RV Park and Campground is located at 112 N. Henson, Lake City, Colorado 81235 with a total of 26 campsites. Before your trip to River Fork RV Park and Campground, check out website at or contact them through 970-944-9519 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude)

38.0262, -107.316

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 38.0262, -107.316


Hookups 30 Amp 20 Amp water sewer Full Hookups
Connectivity wifi
Site Amenities pull thru
Facilities laundry restrooms
Pets pets

Overview of River Fork RV Park and Campground

Last Price Paid: $44

Reported by Crash on 06.06.2020

Longest RV Reported: 38 feet (Toy Hauler Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

Number of Sites:


Open Seasonally:



8,661 ft / 2,639 m

Reviews of River Fork RV Park and Campground

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  • Lovely in Lake City - CLOSE camping if crowded

    Reviewed 6/6/2020

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    Nightly rate: $44

    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 12

    River Fork is a campground just at the edge of the city limits of Lake City. It’s tucked back behind the park nestled up against the creek and on quiet days and nights you can hear the creek run. The campground is covered with trees. There are bathrooms (although we did not use them) and laundry (we did use - $1.75 per wash load and $0.03 per dryer minute - honor system, and you log your time on index cards in the laundry room). While we were at the campground, there were only three other rigs at the park, so it was not crowded at all. Had the park been full, I don’t know that we would have enjoyed it, as the rigs would be squeezed in like sardines and I’m not sure there would be room for tow vehicles and/or toys (certainly for bigger rigs - ours is a 38 foot fifth wheel). There are no fire rings at individual sites (too close to one another), but there is a big fire pit that the (new) owners said gets used when the park is full. There are new owners of the campground (also newly own Henson Creek) and speaking with them, you can really tell that they want to take good care of the campground, sites, and people.Regarding cell service, we generally had no problem connected to AT&T, although there were a couple of hours during our trip where there was no signal at all from the tower (the whole city lost cell service). Verizon was acceptable for low-use data, good for voice, but still 3G. Note about the rating - if we were there when the park was crowded, it might have been lower.

Cell Phone Coverage

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 1 Users Last Reported 06/06/2020

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