See Campgrounds Overview for details about the entire campground and differences in loops. No sewer hookups at any site.
Site Map showing layout and where restrooms and shower buildings are located.
Site Map discrepancies: Site 71 (where I stayed) is a relatively new site and does have water and electric service, but is shown on Loop 59-70 in a loop that does not have hookups. Site 71 and the other sites (72-74) not shown on the map are designated host sites, so are not reservable.
Sites With Hookups: Pictures of loops with electric (20/30/50 amp) and water at each site. These sites are usually reserved first, and especially during busiest season (January – March), be sure to reserve early since they’re pretty much booked this entire time.
All sites in this loop are pull-through.
This loop was the original overflow area, so the sites are generally a bit closer together here. It has both back-in and pull-through sites.
This site is nice sized with great view of mountains, but there is not much buffer between it and the road. Also, this shows a little of the entrance to site 90, which is a back-in and in pretty close proximity.
This street scene gives a little perspective on how close some of the sites are.
All Malia’s Miles Lost Dutchman State Park Pages:
RVParkReviews.com – Other campers’ opinions on camping here.
CampsitePhotos.com: Provides individual photos of all campsites.
Transparency: I do barter whenever possible for review space on my website. It’s one of the ways that help support my travel habit and keeps this site free to readers. But I always make it clear that my reviews are my honest opinion, can never be bought at any price and if I wasn’t satisfied, I would also state that (just like I do Pros and Cons on every campground I review, whether it’s bartered or not).