Along with its rich and varied history, Colorado boasts some of the most breathtaking scenery on the planet.
No wonder so many campers, hikers, and mountain back packers, are attracted to the state, hoping to experience their own "Rocky Mountain high".
Adding to the natural beauty of the Rockies, Colorado national parks, state parks and nature preserves include a mind-blowing array of landscapes — including dramatic hot springs, pristine lakes, rivers and streams, canyons and mesas — all adding up to a memorable outdoor camping adventure.
With 4,000 campsite to choose from in 41 Colorado State Parks alone, you'll find an additional number of RV parks, campsites and campgrounds located around the state that can accommodate anything from a single tent to a 30-foot RV.
Around the Web, find out more about Colorado national parks and forests, state parks, and privately-owned campgrounds that offer helpful information on tent and RV campgrounds, hiking trails, entry fees and amenities, along with visitor reviews of the best campsites throughout the state.