NOTICE: We are presently OPEN for the season. You can make reservations by going to the reservations pull down menu on this website. Gateway RV Park and Tent Camping is open from May 1st to October 8th, 2015. FYI-We do have a two week stay limit.
Gateway RV Park
640 County Road 106 (AKA Satank Road)
Carbondale, Colorado 81623
Campground Host Cell Phone Number - 970-379-8151 This Phone is deactivated during the off season, October- April. Please call the Carbondale Recreation & Community Center for inquires about the park during the off season. 970-510-1290.
Gateway RV Park owned by the Town of Carbondale, is located on the Roaring Fork River just west of the Highway 82 & 133 intersection on the northern entrance into Carbondale. The RV Park entrance is on Highway 82, approximately 1-mile west of this intersection.
Carbondale is located within the heart of the Central Rocky Mountains in the Roaring Fork Valley. We're located 170 miles west of Denver and 30 miles northwest of Aspen.
Carbondale is also the “Gateway” to one of the most scenic drives in all of Colorado,
The West Elk Scenic & Historic Byway.
Photo by Jack Dysart
The Town of Carbondale’s Gateway RV Park has breathtaking views of Mount Sopris. The park was purchased with funding from Great Outdoors Colorado, Garfield County, the Division of Parks & Wildlife and the Town of Carbondale.
The Gateway RV Park is located just above The Bob Terrell State Wildlife Area that has an easily accessible boat ramp offering float fishermen great access to the Gold Medal Fishing Waters of the lower Roaring Fork River. There are a number of outdoor recreational activities in the area including rafting, kayaking, hiking, road & mountain biking, climbing, fishing, and golf.
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Carbondale is home to both the Roaring Fork and Crystal Rivers. It is only a few short minutes from both the Colorado and Frying Pan Rivers. Some of these rivers are Gold Medal Waters renowned for their amazing trout fishing and beautiful scenery.
Photo by Whitewater Rafting
Additionally, these rivers offer outdoor enthusiasts a great place to enjoy whitewater rafting, kayaking, or just lazy afternoon float trips.
Photo by Jack Dysart
Carbondale offers miles and miles of hiking and mountain bike trails just across the highway from the RV Park within the BLM Red Hill Special Recreation Management Area. The RV Park is also located alongside the paved Rio Grande Trail that stretches 44 beautiful miles from Aspen to Glenwood Springs. This paved bike path is perfect for families who enjoy biking, jogging, walking, roller blading, cross country skiing, and more. Additionally, there are miles of nearby hiking and biking opportunities on National Forest and BLM lands that border Carbondale.