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Genesee Park/Chief Hosa Campground

Genesee Park/Chief Hosa Campground
27661 Genesee Drive
Colorado 80401


This is Denver's largest mountain park with 2,341 acres of trees, wildlife, recreation, and popular hiking trails. There is even a Braille Trail with interpretive signs in Braille. Some of the amenities include picnic areas, charcoal grills, a volleyball court, softball field, and a scenic overlook along I 70 where you can view the resident buffalo herd. They are open daily from 5 am to 11 pm. The Chief Hosa Campground was dubbed 'America's First Motor-Camping Area when it opened in 1913, and sits at 7,700 feet altitude. There are 61 sites, and amenities include gaming courts, showers, restrooms, and a dump station. This campground will not be open to concert camping. This campground is closed during the off-season.

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