San Luis State Park Camping
The Mosca Campground is currently closed for the season.
The Mosca Campground is located in the low dunes west of San Luis Lake. View San Luis State Park Map for location. The 51 campsites feature a panoramic view of the lake, the surrounding mountains and the Great Sand Dunes. All sites have electrical hookups, sheltered tables, and fire grills. Drinking water and a dump station are also available on site. A bathhouse with modern restrooms, hot showers and laundry facilities is located in the campground. Reserve a campsite at San Luis State Park online now!
Campsites can accommodate motor homes and trailers, and some sites will hold tents. The best campsites for tents are 2, 4, 7, 25, 27, 33, 37, 38, 39, 42, and 51.
Campsites are $20 a night for regular campers and $17 per night Sunday through Thursday for Aspen Leaf Pass Holders. Sites are available on a first come, first serve basis or by reservation from May 17th through Labor Day. In addition to the camping fee, a daily park pass or an annual state parks pass is required on each vehicle. Camping permits and daily park passes are available at the entrance station, self-service station, or the park office. Camping is allowed in designated campsites only.
Firewood can be purchased at the entrance station or park office. Fires are allowed in fire grills only. NO wood gathering or tree cutting is allowed in the park or wildlife area.
The wetland environment of the park draws an abundance of wildlife, but also provides a breeding ground for biting insects. Visitors should wear bug spray during the warmer months.
There is no water in San Luis Lake at this time.