We recently posted an article on the best camping in Colorado and then found this which we thought would be helpful if you are planning a camping trip to Colorado. The Colorado camping guide is a great place to start when planning your trip and it answers many questions that you may have.
Sarah Ryan who has a lot of experience when it comes to the great outdoors in Colorado goes into great detail and highlights all the must sees!
Colorado Camping Guide
1. What campgrounds are Colorado’s best kept secrets?
This is a tough question because there are so many lovely campgrounds tucked away in valleys and forests that are rarely
used! If you can get away from the Front Range for a weekend, you can definitely find a lightly-used campground that blows your mind. But if I had to pick just three campgrounds I would point to Echo Park in Dinosaur National Monument, Lost Trail near Creede, and Avalanche south of Carbondale. Echo Park is at the confluence of the Green and Yampa Rivers—a truly staggering setting. Every site at Lost Trail has beautiful views of “thirteeners”—mountains with an elevation of 13,000 feet or higher—and it provides access to amazing recreational opportunities. Avalanche has all the hiking and scenery of the Aspen area, without the crowds. Continue Reading