Camping Reservations Information
Unplug and Get Outside
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's 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.
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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:
Cabins - Yurts - Teepees
- Picnic tables
- Hot showers
- Rest rooms with flush toilets
- Convenience store
Certain parks feature group camping areas, which are ideal for field trips, family reunions and other group activities. To reserve a group facility, contact the park office of your choice.
Our knowledgeable reservation agents can help you find the best spot for your visit whether you want to stay in a cabin, yurt, tent, camper, trailer or RV. Reservations can be made online or by calling 303-470-1144 (Denver only) or 1-800-678-CAMP (2267) Monday through Friday 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mountain time.
Reservations are strongly recommended, especially during summer months.
Reservations can be made six months in advance.
You’ll find more options weekdays during the summer if you are reserving less than six months in advance.
Any sites not reserved are available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Nearly 300 of our sites are ADA accessible.
Many of our campsites are open year round.
Daily park entrance fees (approximately $7-$9/day per vehicle) apply in addition to camping fees or a valid annual pass (best value!) must be displayed.