Active duty and veterans are admitted free to Colorado state parks for the month of August! The military member or veteran must show proof of military service and obtain the free pass from any Colorado state park or CPW office. See the
flyer for requirements and more details. Military member or veteran must be in the vehicle using the pass. All other park fees (camping, etc) are still charged.
For more information on additional military/veteran benefits, see the
Military Benefits page.
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:
Visit all 41 state parks listed in the passport and get a patch and sticker. Collect more stamps for a grand prize! Learn more about the Passport Program.
To learn more about creating an account, how to renew an OHV or Snowmobile registration, or obtain a non-resident permit in our new integrated purchasing system, please visit our online purchasing FAQs page.