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Camping at the Chief Hosa Campground
The RV and Campground facilities are open from May 1st through the 3rd week of September.
Phones: Campground Direct: 303-526-1324 FAX: 303-526-1329
The Campground is now Closed for the Season. Please check back in early 2015 to make reservations for next summer.
PLEASE NOTE: THE CHIEF HOSA CAMPGROUND WILL NOT BE OPEN TO CONCERT CAMPING.
No open wood fires! Charcoal, propane, and white gas stoves and grills only.
There are no laundry facilities or swimming pool at the campground.
Private Campground with 35 RV Sites; 26 Tent Sites 61 sites total View map
The RV/Campground facilities are open May 1st through the 3rd week of September.
Taxes and Changes: All the above prices include sales tax and are subject to change without notice.
Location: 20 miles west of Denver, I-70 exit 253. Address: 27661 Genesee Drive, Golden, CO, 80401.
Terms: $5.00 service charge on all cancellations. One nights rate service charge if not cancelled 7 days before reservation date. Max power available 50 amps; Only small pets allowed - leash laws enforced;
Facility: South campground opened in 1918 as “America’s first Motor - Camping area”; Altitude 7,700 feet above sea level; Campus 58 acres located within 2,400 acres of the City of Denver’s Genesee Mountain Park. Historic Chief Hosa Lodge on campus, built in 1918. Nearby pasture with buffalo herd located in park. Beautiful mountain setting with commanding views of the Continental Divide. Genesee Mountain close by in park with 360° views of Pike’s Peak to the south; Long’s Peak to north; Continental Divide to the west; City of Denver and plains to the east. Many shaded, wooded sites, some with privacy. More park information at Denver Mountain Parks website.
Amenities: For guests at campground. Volley ball; horseshoes; hiking trails; mountain biking; 1/2 court basketball; showers; dump station; limited Wi-Fi Internet.
Within Genesee Park: There are numerous public facilities within the 2,400 acres of Denver’s beautiful Genesee Park including: picnic tables and barbecue grills; historic stone buildings and shelters; volleyball; horseshoes; hiking and biking trails; “wilderness” hiking trail; access road to Genesee Mountain summit (8,284 ft; 2,525 m); large City-owned buffalo herd with viewing areas.
Services: pay phones; full city amenities available nearby - groceries; restaurants; supplies; golf; movies; shopping; libraries and more.
2015 Season: Please check back in early 2015 to make reservations for next summer.