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Fee and Description
Fee and Description
Camping Fees are Changing in 2019
With the passage of Senate Bill 18-143​​​, CPW is able to adjust pricing to meet the pressures of increased management costs and resource usage across the state. These adjustments allow the agency to continue our​ conservation mission, while also ensuring transparency and accountability in working to achieve the ten key goals laid ou​t in the bill. ​​​​​​​​​​​​

Camping fees are changing on January 1, 2019. Learn more about the approved 2019 camping fe​e adjustments​​ or visit our Future Generations Act Frequently Asked Questions​ page for additional information.

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​​Full campground hookup

$32-41 per night
Full campground hookup involves highly developed facilities. Individual campsites will be designated and include a high-use tent pad with a table, grill and/or fire ring, and individual pressurized water, sewer and/or electrical connections. Flushing toilets, lavatory and shower facilities, and trash receptacles will be available. A grocery store, food service facilities, a sanitary dump station and laundry facilities or other developed amenities may also be available.

​Electrical campground

$28-36 per night
Electrical campgrounds are fairly developed facilities. Individual campsites will be designated and include a high-use tent pad, picnic table, grill and/or fire ring, and individual electrical connections.

Basic campground

$22-28 per night
Basic campgrounds include basic facilities and improvements. Individual campsites shall be designated and include a table, grill and/or fire ring.

Primitive campground

$14-18 per night
Primitive campgrounds include only limited facilities or improvements. Individual campsites may not be designated and may not include individual tables, grills or fire rings. Centrally located vault toilets and trash receptacles may be provided; however, drinking water generally will not be available.

For more specific park campsite information, visit the camping page of the park you plan to visit​.

​Additional Information​

An additional $2 per night will be charged from May 1 - Sept. 30 for these parks.  Chatfield, Cherry Creek, Cheyenne Mt., Golden Gate, Highline, Mueller, Pearl Lake, Rifle Falls, Ridgway, St. Vrain, Steamboat Lake, and Sylvan Lake.

Note: Chatfield’s D Loop can be reserved year-round. However, water hookups are turned off from approximately November 1 to April 15 at all campsites.​ Though the system may show sites as full hookup, there are no water hookups available, and fees are adjusted to the rate of an electrical campsite. Please be aware of this when making reservations. More information is available on the Chatfield State Park camping page. ​

Aspen Leaf discount rates are for Sunday thru Thursday. This discount does not apply to cabin or yurt fees. No discount is given for Friday, Saturday, or holiday and day prior to a holiday stays.

Colorado Parks and Wildlife reserves the right to change camping fees, reservations fees, change fees, cancel fees and discount fee. 

In case of such event, Colorado Parks and Wildlife will have details on the CPW homepage and all CPW offices. 

​Please see the reservation fees page for more information.​