In the woods is perpetual youth.
Wilderness Camp Escapes
Summer Full Service Camps
Plan your next Wilderness Escape at one of our luxurious summer camps that nestle near a clear alpine lake. Enjoy a scenic, guided horseback ride to and from the camp. Whether you plan to fish, hike, boat on the lake , or just relax around a warm campfire, the breathtaking views and abundant wildlife will make it an unforgettable experience. A trained staff member will prepare meals and tend to the camp chores while you enjoy the mountains. Guests supply only their personal gear, fishing equipment, sleeping bag, sleeping pad, and a smile. Our summer camp is complete with wall tents, cook stove, cooking and eating utensils, tables, chairs, cots, lanterns, and use of our boat on the lake. Be our guest today!
3 Days, 2 Nights-$550 per person 4 Days, 3 Nights $800 per person
***Discounted rate for children under 12
Summer Drop Camps
If privacy and sensational views are what you’re looking for, find a sanctuary at one of our scenic summer camps that nestle near a clear alpine lake. The comfortable camp is complete with wall tents, cook stove, cooking and eating utensils, tables, chairs, cots, lanterns, and use of our boat on the lake. You supply your food, personal gear, fishing gear, and sleeping bag and we’ll pack you and your gear in and return to pick you up on a prearranged date.
$425 per person
Have your own camp gear and location in mind, but want a break from toting it all up the trail? No problem!! Let us pack you and your gear to the location of your choice, drop you off, and return on a prearranged day to pack you out. You provide all camp gear, food, and personal supplies, We provide the horse power!
*** Call for pricing
Trappers Lake Lodge does not manage the Trappers Lake campgrounds. The campground is a short distance from Trappers Lake Lodge and campers can still enjoy all of our services and amenities.
Restaurant and Bar -7:30 am to 7:30 pm- 7 days a week
Boat and paddle board rentals
The campgrounds are run by the concession White River Recreation. Most campsites are first come first serve. However, Sheppard’s Rim and Horse Thief have a few campsites that require reservations. Please go to www.recreation.gov to make reservations for these two campgrounds. The other campgrounds include Trapline, Cutthroat and Bucks. These campgrounds almost never fill to capacity so you are likely to find a spot just about any time. The best sites are generally at the end of each loop. The campgrounds have water and vault toilets but no shower facilities. You may purchase showers at the Lodge. The Himes Peak campground is located 4 miles southeast of Trappers Lake Lodge directly off Trappers Lake Road. You will pass it on the way up. Himes Peak campground does not have water.