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USAF Academy - Farish Recreation Area

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Eligibility: Active Duty, Retirees, Reserves, DOD Civilians, Other
Telephone: (719) 687-9098/9306
Season: All year. Limited in winter. (Call)
Directions:

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Reservations: Required.


Note:
No dump. Over 26' call for special directions. No pets allowed in lodge/cottage; allowed on leash in camping area. No firearms allowed. Fishing restricted to Government military & civilian employees, retirees, guests, and family.

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USAF Academy - Peregrine Pines Family Camping

Peregrine Pines Campground Weblink

Eligibility: Active Duty, Retirees, Reserves, Other
Telephone: (719) 333-4356/4980
Season: All year. Host on site 1 May - 1 Nov.
Directions:

From North: Exit I-25 at exit 156 onto North Gate Blvd. Travel West approx. 1 mile and turn left onto Stadium Blvd. Travel approx. 1.3 miles and turn left to campground entrance across from Academy Dr.
From South: Exit I-25 at exit 150 onto South Gate Blvd. Travel Northwest approx. 2.5 miles and turn right onto Stadium Blvd. Follow Stadium Blvd approx. 2 miles to campground entrance on the right across from Academy Dr.

Reservations: Recommended.


Note:
Caution 11' 5' clearance at gas station. Pets allowed on leash; limit (2). No open fires permitted. 14 day limit. 2 laundry and bath houses at the FamCamp and a community room.

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