State Forest State Park Cabins

State Forest State Park
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Peaks and Pines Await in State Forest State Park

State Forest State Park hotels and cabins lie in wait among the verdant landscapes of this 71,000 acres of hiking trails, green spaces, and lakes in Colorado. Be dazzled by the spectacular mountain peaks, traverse the alpine countryside, and spot the array of wildlife who call the park home.

The Best Trails at State Forest State Park

With State Forest State Park cabins, you'll have time aplenty to enjoy the myriad hiking trails on offer in the park. Discover the majestic moose or set out on an adventure on the American Lakes Trail – there's so much waiting to be seen at State Forest State Park.

  • 1. Gould Loop Trail

    At 6.5 miles, this trail is a challenging but magnificently rewarding route. Start at the Moose Visitor Center and expect to see many of these majestic creatures along the way.

  • 2. American Lakes Trail

    This 5.5-mile trail takes hikers over Thunder Pass, with the option to end the trail at Snow Lake. This route is much admired for its spectacular vistas of the surrounding area and makes for a wonderful backpacking adventure.

  • 3. Lake Agnes Trail

    This diverse route, used for hiking in summer and skiing in winter, is located at a substantial elevation of 10,320 feet. The route is a loop, so you'll finish at your starting point. The hike takes you into the heart of the Lake Agnes scenic area.

The Best Family Activities in State Forest State Park

State Forest State Park cabins are perfect for families looking to explore the delights of this area of natural beauty. From fishing and boating to fun-filled days of crafts and classes, State Forest State Park enchants young and old with its many activities on offer.

  • 1. Bird spotting

    Gray's jays, chickadees, red-winged blackbirds, and green-tailed towhee are just some of the species that flock to the park's feeders. Grab a spot nearby to spend time watching these fascinating creatures in their natural habitats, and make sure to bring your camera.

  • 2. Festivals and events

    The park hosts a range of special events, including an annual Labor Day celebration and the Moose Festival each summer. Educational programs are also held every Saturday and Sunday, offering everyone in the family the opportunity to learn about nature.

  • 3. Fishing

    Species such as cutthroat and rainbow trout populate the waters in State Forest State Park, and heading out on the water for a spot of fishing is one of the most popular activities in the park. As some restrictions are in place, it's best to check with the rangers before you head out.