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​​​​​​​Don't forget to stop and look every once and awhile. You may find gold! Each year visitors flock to the state parks to see Colorado’s natural confetti. ​

Reservation-only Camping at 23 of Colorado's state parks

It's easier than ever for campers to reserve a campsite at 23 of Colorado’s state parks. Under the new system, campers can reserve a site, 24/7, anywhere from six months in advance up until the day of their arrival. It's as easy as logging into​ from your computer or smartphone, or by calling 800-244-5613.

Which parks have reservation-only camping?

Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area, Boyd Lake, ChatfieldCherry Creek, Cheyenne Mountain, Eleven Mile, Golden Gate Canyon, Highline Lake, Jackson Lake, John Martin Reservoir, Lake PuebloLathrop, Mueller, North Sterling, Pearl Lake, Ridgway, State Forest, Staunton, Steamboat Lake, St. VrainTrinidad Lake, Yampa River

Parks with seasonal closures/walk-up only periods (when these parks are taking reservations, it will be reservation-only)

Pearl LakeSteamboat LakeYampa River​

Make a reservation at a Colorado state park today!

​​​​​​Whether full-hookup RVs are your style, or you prefer a luxury cabin, our online reservations site can help you find and book your accommodations.

  • Online reservations are available at any time.
  • Book now by phone:  Toll free 1-800-244-5613
  • For park or policy information:  CPW Call Center 1-800-678-2267 or 303-297-1192

​With over 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. Reserve now and Life Life Outside at Colorado State Parks!​

Tee pee at Ridgway State ParkCampground amenities at many parks include restrooms, full-electrical hookups and shower facilities. Many parks also offer campsites or cabins for large groups. Almost 300 campsites are ADA accessible. Yurts and cabins offer comfortable, year-round alternatives to traditional camping. Rugged beauty and a variety of outdoor recreation opportunities at State Parks complete the perfect outdoor escape.

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Need help making a camping reservation?

To learn more about creating an account, or how to make camping reservations in our system, please visit our ​online purchasing FAQs page​.​


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