DENVER – Colorado Parks and Wildlife salutes all active-duty military and veterans by offering free entrance to all 41 Colorado state parks during August. Free access for veterans and active duty military is slated to continue every year in which general fund dollars are appropriated by the General Assembly for this service.
“We greatly appreciate our active duty service members and veterans for their service to our country,” said CPW Area Wildlife Manager Kris Middledorf. “We also recognize that it goes beyond the individual service member or veteran, it also includes the spouses and children who spend their lives supporting their family members who may be in harm’s way or serving in an essential role in the defense of our nation.”
Active or retired military identification,
DD Form 2,
DD Form 2765,
Veterans Affairs medical card,
A current Colorado Driver’s License or state issued identification card with the veteran seal printed on it.