Camp Falcon offers a variety of camping options including individual and group campsites with fire rings and gravel tent spots. Camp Falcon is also great for hiking with a nature trail that winds through a delightful area of mature trees, open meadows, and an old creek bed with plenty of chances to view wildlife. The camp is a great place for Boy Scout troops to stop at on the way to the Philmont National Scout Ranch or also for families to celebrate together. Camp Falcon is available to all and provides individuals the opportunity to utilize Fort Carsons Outdoor Recreation which offers whitewater rafting, paintball, a challenge course, skiing, mountain biking, and ice / rock climbing programs.
Rules and Regulations
Camp Falcon hosts many amenities necessary for your next group gathering. There are two large pavilions with picnic tables and barbeque grills large enough for up to 45 people. The large group sites can accommodate up to 60 people and is spread throughout 5 campsites, a large group fire ring, and has ample open area away from main camp. Wood is available and the latrines are located within the main camp. Our flag pole area is also a great place for award and bridging ceremonies. Within Camp Falcon are soccer fields, wildlife, and nature trails all within a secure area.
Reservations for campsites or pavilions shall be made by completing a Fort Carson Camp Falcon reservation form and paying the established fee.
Reservation forms are available at the ITR office located in the Outdoor Recreation Building # 2429.