Lying beneath a starry canopy and drifting off to the sound of nature is just
one draw to camping in Colorado. Breathtaking natural beauty, few bugs and the
abundance of outdoor activities at your fingertips make the Centennial State one
of the nation’s most popular places to camp.
Colorado State Parks manage
more than 4,000 campsites throughout the state. We have everything from
backcountry sites for those who desire seclusion to full-hookup sites with
individual pressurized water, sewer and electrical connections.
Our parks make the perfect
setting for affordable, family-friendly vacations. Weekdays
offer your pick of prime campsites, cabins or yurts and allow you time to
explore and discover Colorado’s diverse landscapes and attractions. Use
our Park Finder
and go to the Facilities tab to find the amenities you are seeking, since
offerings vary by park and may include: