It’s Not Too Early to Make Colorado Camping Reservations
While there may be plenty of winter weather left, it's not too early to make your Colorado camping reservations. In fact, the Colorado Parks & Wildlife division is encouraging campers to reserve their spots now.
For those with the ability to plan ahead, it makes sense to reserve a camping spot now, rather than wait until the camping season is full-on. With more than 4,000 campsites and 58 cabins available at Colorado State Parks, reserving now ensures that you get the spot you want - when you want it.
There is a $10 fee for reserving a camping spot, which in non-refundable, and if for any reason you need to make a change it will cost you an extra six bucks.
Camping fees range from $10 to $24, depending on the type of campsite you choose. Some parks, including Highline and Ridgway, charge an additional $2 from May 1st through September 30th. Of course, camping fees do not include the park entrance fee.
For those who want to camp close to home, Highline and James M. Robb Colorado River State Park are great options. Others, who desire a little change of scenery, can check out the State Park Map to see all of the choices.
You can make reservations on line, or by calling toll free 800-678-2267.