Colorado Parks and Wildlife joins the celebration of Colorado's acceptance into statehood with free access to all Colorado State Parks on Monday, August 3. Park entrance fees are waived, but activities like fishing and camping will still require a valid license or permit. Colorado was first recognized as a state on August 1, 1876. The first addition to the Colorado state park system, Cherry Creek State Park, emerged some fifty-six years later. Celebrate the statehood of Colorado at one of our 42 beautiful state parks or more than 350 state wildlife areas.
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Spend a couple days fishing or a week camping, hiking and rafting.
With more than 4,000 campsites and 58
cabins and yurts located throughout the state, Colorado State Parks’ affordable accommodations offer something for everyone. From the outdoor enthusiast to the family looking for a relaxing weekend, the perfect escape is only a
click or phone call away. Take a look at our interactive map or begin customizing your experience now by searching the activities and facilities tabs in the Park Finder.For more information: