|Panorama of Jackson Lake|
|View from the Northview campsite #237|
|Still trying my hand at night-time photography|
|Stark but beautiful April Camping|
Although not as scenic as mountain campgrounds, Jackson Lake State Park is not too far off the beaten path making it a convenient "in-between" location if your travels take you through N.E. Colorado (I-76 or Hwy 34). This campground is a great destination if you enjoy boating, fishing, lake swimming, and OHV sports. There are also opportunities for wild life photography and short hikes. The climate here can be hot and dry in the summer. One placard I read in the park's visitor center boasted that the park's average July temperature and precipitation are hotter and drier than Tucson, Arizona. Might want to make sure your camper's A/C is working if you visit in the middle of summer.
|Campsite #237 at Northview|
|Probably a good fishing hole!|