Our sites are 30'x60' with 30 & 50 Amp Electric, Sewer and Water.
Walking areas between the trees.
Our clubhouse offers family activities, a full kitchen, shower and restrooms.
Do you need a little activity? We have horseshoe pits for families to enjoy. Our grounds are also perfect for staying healthy. Long walks, hikes to the bluffs and dry creek beds for hunting rock and bike rides are favorite past times for campers. Even walking the circle around the campground is enough to get your exercise.
The Park has a large play set for children.
We also have tetherball and a corn hole game.
This once in a lifetime photo was taken by a guest while staying at
Painted Rock Park.
He caught the full majesty of
Comet NEOWISE in July 2020. .
You may not see another comet but plenty of shooting stars are seen in our Colorado night sky.
Prices are all inclusive.
Sorry, no tent camping available.
All sites are 30'x60' with FHU. 3 Pull-through concrete sites.
Sites do need to be reserved either online or by phone.
Late arrivals up 10:00 PM.
Our refund and cancellation policy can be found on our booking site.
10% discount with membership
Memberships available through
Painted Rock Park
20% discount to all active or retired military personnel or law enforcement
15% discount to travelers
over 65 Years Young
50% discount to Passport America Members (with valid proof of membership) Monday-Thursday night stays good for 1 night per visit.
Sorry, limit of one discount per visit.
Summer-Every Saturday and Sunday at Noon, Old Town Museum in Burlington (Approx. 20 minutes from the park) will have a real "Old West Shootout" and the Can-Can girls will provide a lively show at the Saloon every Saturday and Sunday until Labor Day. PLEASE CALL FOR COVID CANCELLATIONS
Old Town Museum is home to several historic buildings that have been moved onto the property over the history of the museum. The first was the Barn, built in 1937 and acquired in 1986. In addition to the barn, 9 other buildings were moved to Old Town, including the Depot, the oldest building here which was originally built in 1889. These buildings were moved in from locations in Burlington and surrounding communities.
Of the nearly 4000 wooden carousels carved in America between 1885 and the 1930s, fewer than 150 are still in existence. One of the finest of these survivors, however, can be found on the county fairgrounds in Burlington, CO.
Open until Labor Day. PLEASE CALL FOR COVID CANCELLATIONS
Hands On Cooking Classes
Escape Room Evenings
and of course Wine Tastings!
The 9-hole Stratton Golf Club in Stratton, CO is a public golf course that opened in 1988. Stratton Golf Club measures 2663 yards from the longest tees and has a slope rating of 92 and a 30.7 USGA rating. The course features 2 sets of tees for different skill levels. 719-348-5412
Are you a bird or big game hunter?
Our land is available to hunt by contacting The Infinite Outdoors Project. 100% of $25 membership initiation fee is donated to a non-profit outdoors conservation project of your choice.
Their raised pheasants can be released for hunts on October 1st so get a jump on the season!
Their mission is conservation of our natural resources with a team of biologists maintaining the properties. They want the land to be available for future generations.
The view is from the clubhouse at Painted Rock Park and is available for hunting. There are 750 acres in the immediate vicinity of the the Park and 2,000 more acres available in other areas. Imagine miles and miles of tree rows and prairie to spend the day hunting with friends and family.
Feel free to drop by for a visit, call, text or email with any questions.
13850 County Road 31, Stratton, Colorado 80836, United States
719-348-5007 Park Office