Management standing by entrance sign
Pikes Peak in background RV in foreground
Aerial view of the park
Aerial view of the park
Aerial view of the park
Nice Miramar Class A motorhome
Nice view of tent site and field
Aerial view of the park
Aerial view of the park
Lady getting some propane
Chairs with view of Pikes Peak
Tent site

Welcome to Falcon Meadow RV Campground

Welcome to the Pikes Peak Area, from Jim, Dee and David Ozburn, owners of Falcon Meadow RV Campground. The family started this campground in 1959 and have been happy campers ever since. Our 72 site campground is at 6,800 feet altitude, looking across the 20,000 acre Banning-Lewis Ranch with America’s Peak, Pikes Peak (14,110 feet altitude) in the background.

We are a small rural family campground on the high plains of Colorful Colorado that is open all year. Our roads are gravel and our meadow is buffalo grass and dandelions with some yuccas and a few trees. We are a quiet, simple campground with big sites (RV and tent) and more big sights (Pikes Peak and the Front Range) of Colorado.

Falcon Meadow RV Campground is located on US HWY 24 about 15 miles east of downtown Colorado Springs and about a mile west of Falcon Town Center. We have convenient access to all of Eastern Colorado Springs, Black Forest, Falcon and points east. We are about 60 miles west of Limon, Colorado.

We have big, full hook-up pull thrus for the big rigs (20-30-50amp) and tent sites large enough to spread out. We have a great convenience food store. Our Wi-Fi Wireless Internet is free! We sell gasoline, propane (bottles and for motorhomes), ice and wood. Our restrooms, showers and laundry are open 24/7. We have a handicap accessible restroom & shower unit. The recreation room has a cable TV for your viewing, and your TV antennae should pick up over a dozen channels. We have a play area and plenty of room to walk your well behaved dog. The central fire pit is for all to enjoy.

On Site Amenities

Pull through sites
Slide out sites
Internet / Wi-Fi
Dump station
LP for RVs
LP for portables
Hiking / Biking trails
Open All Year

Daily Rates

Rates Based on One Person at the site *
Basic Tent site: $31.00 (maximum two week stay)
Tent site with Electric: $35.00 (maximum two week stay)
30 AMP Full Hook Up site: $43.00
50 AMP Water-Electric site: $41.00
50 AMP Full Hook Up Site: $46.00

* For each additional person at site add $2.00 per person per day.
5.13% tax on all sites, not included in rates above.
Please contact us for extended stays, as availability for these sites is extremely limited.
One camping unit per site and two vehicles per site maximum.

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Site Map

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Travel Directions

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Area Attractions

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Garden of the Gods

Garden of the Gods

Garden of the Gods Park is a registered National Natural Landmark featuring dramatic views. Come admire the 300′ sandstone rock formations against the backdrop of snow-capped Pikes Peak and brilliant blue skies. The Garden of the Gods Park & The Garden of the Gods Visitor and Nature Center are both free and open to the public.

Pikes Peak Highway

Pikes Peak Highway

The safe and scenic Pikes Peak Highway provides you the opportunity to enjoy 19 miles of mountain terrain, with frequent breathtaking views, four different Colorado life zones and unique animal sightings. From the summit’s various viewing areas, snap photos of Pikes Peak’s incredible scenery. Pikes Peak is one of Colorado’s majestic 14’ers and is one of the few places so grand in scale that are also accessible to be experienced first-hand by people of all ages and abilities.

Pikes Peak Cog Railway

Pikes Peak Cog Railway

Pikes Peak, known as America’s Mountain, is the star attraction, but the journey along the way is full of show-stopping moments. You will never forget this 3.5 hour round trip journey and your first glimpse of the Summit. The Cog Railway sells out a couple of weeks in advance during the busy months so be sure to book your ride early.

Inside cave of the winds

Cave of the Winds Mountain Park

When you visit Cave of the Winds Mountain Park, you’ll discover adventure above and below ground! First, choose a cave tour, then add the Pioneer Package for above-ground fun. The guided cave tours lead you deep within the heart of the Manitou Grand Caverns. Hidden inside the mountain, you’ll find ancient rock formations, stalactites, a bit of history and unfortgettable adventure.

North Pole Sky Ride

North Pole-Santa’s Workshop

Visit nearby North Pole-Santa’s Workshop, an enchanting vintage amusement park nestled at the foot of Pikes Peak in Colorado Springs, Colorado. Home to Santa’s Village and the jolly man himself – the spirit of Christmas lives on all year long at The North Pole. At 7,500 feet above sea level, The North Pole sits at the foot of Pikes Peak and offers crisp mountain air and panoramic views of Colorado Springs and the Pikes Peak Region.

Manitou Incline Hike

Manitou Incline Hike

The Manitou Incline has been hailed as the holy grail of cardio for locals and athletes, alike. The once railroad track now consists of approximately 2,744 steps made entirely of railroad ties. Although it’s only one mile in length, the ascension averages a 41% incline (68% at its highest) and a 2,000 foot climb in elevation! Needless to say, this hike isn’t for the faint of heart or heights. The Manitou Incline is considered one of the highest sets of stairs in the world! This trail is rated Extreme.

Seven Falls

The Broadmoor Seven Falls

Behind you the prairies extend for hundreds of dry miles to the east. Ahead, the foothills rise abruptly, divided by winding streams that have carved out verdant valleys. Enter South Cheyenne Canyon and you find yourself immersed in Colorado's famous natural beauty at Seven Falls.

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo is about sharing the wonders of the natural world with kids of all ages and providing memories for a lifetime at America’s mountain Zoo. Named #5 Best Zoo in North America by USA TODAY 10 Best Readers' Choice Awards, you’re in for way more than just watching.

Flying W Ranch

Flying W Ranch

For over 70 years, the Flying W Ranch has been the home of the only Chuckwagon Supper Show in Colorado Springs. Featuring a rousing Western stage show and a classic American chuckwagon meal, the Chuckwagon Supper and Original Western Stage Show at the Flying W Ranch are guaranteed to please audiences of all ages. Come for supper, stay for the show, and create memories of a lifetime at the Flying W Ranch.

Olympic Museum

U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum

Experience the immersive journey of America’s greatest athletes at the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Museum. With interactive exhibits, innovative displays and a vast artifact collection, this 60,000-square-foot attraction embodies the Olympic values of excellence, friendship, and respect, as well as the Paralympic values of determination, equality, inspiration, and courage. Discover legends, inspire tomorrow’s heroes, and be part of a life-changing experience that educates and empowers generations to come.

Space Museum

Space Foundation Discovery Center

Space Foundation Discovery Center is the region’s first and only dedicated space, science and technology center and museum. It is an interactive, education-focused destination that advances science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM) in the exciting context of space exploration, development and utilization.

Paint Mines

Paint Mines Interpretive Park

The Paint Mines are named for their colorful clays that were collected by American Indians to make paint. Brightly colored bands, caused by oxidized iron compounds, are found in varying amounts throughout the many different layers of clay. The paint mines have evidence of human life as far back as 9,000 years ago. The park features fantastic geological formations including spires and hoodoos that form through erosive action that creates incised gullies and exposed layers of selenite clay and jasper. The park includes a restroom facility, four miles of trails, interpretive signage, and many natural wonders.