Campgrounds Are Now Open!
Many campgrounds that had been closed since March 26 due to the coronavirus pandemic opened in late May, according to Colorado Parks and Wildlife, including the
Chatfield, Cherry Creek, North Sterling, Boyd Lake, St. Vrain, Lake Pueblo, and Lory.
Park officials said cabins, yurts, tipis, group facilities and other reservable day-use facilities remain closed until further notice.
Fishing, hiking and biking continue to be allowed at state parks not open to camping.
Visit www.cpwshop.com for the most up-to-date information regarding camping availability at each park, and further restrictions. Larimer County Natural Resources opened camping May 1 to those with existing reservations and self-contained hard-sided units with restrooms. No tent camping is allowed. All restrooms, shower rooms, cabins, tipis, group picnic sites and pavilions remain closed.
For more information, visit https://www.larimercamping.com/
Rocky Mountain National Park was scheduled to open in late May after closing March 20 to all activities, including driving through the park
Portions of Moraine Park and Glacier Basin campgrounds will open in early June. For information, visit https://www.nps.gov/romo/index.htm.
Source: Miles Blumhardt, Coloradoan