Tabor Campground is located adjacent to the boat ramp along the north-eastern shore of Turquoise Lake in a shaded lodgepole pine forest at 9,900 feet. It easily accommodates large recreational vehicles. Facilities include picnic tables, fire rings with grates, potable water, and a vault toilet.
This campground is named after Leadville’s infamous Silver King, Horace A. W. Tabor.
High altitude sickness may occur.
No reservation is required. This is a first-come, first-served campground.
Fees are payable by cash, check or money order.
Self-servicing fee tube is available.
|The following restrictions apply to this campground:
A vault toilet is available. Potable water is available through a pressurized water system. No filling RV tanks, please.
From Leadville, follow the signs to Turquoise Lake Recreation Area.