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Colorado State Parks: One of the Marvels of Creation

Boasting the Rocky Mountains, Great Sand Dunes, and Mesa Verde National Parks, as well as numerous smaller parks, Colorado's nature is wild and wonderful. Churning waterfalls, sweeping plains, and mountainsides covered with wild flowers are some of its delights.

State Parks in Colorado: Top Accommodations

House Woodland Park
Apr 24 - May 1
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$491
$115 per night
House ∙ 10 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

House in Woodland Park with Grill & Patio + Mountain View

4.7
Excellent (16 ratings)
Woodland Park, Teller County, Colorado
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House Estes Park
Apr 11 - Apr 18
$212 per night
House ∙ 8 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

Wonderful Vacation Home in Estes Park with Patio, Yard & Grill + Mountain Views

4.9
Outstanding (274 ratings)
Estes Park, Larimer County, Colorado
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Cabin Leadville
Apr 23 - Apr 30
-34%
$201
$133 per night
Cabin ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Modern Cabin in Leadville with Patio

4.6
Excellent (154 ratings)
Leadville, Lake County, Colorado
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Best Colorado State Parks for Families

Best Colorado State Parks for Families

The State Parks are so intrinsic to Colorado life that visiting the wilderness is practically a requirement. Junior ranger activity booklets can be a helpful means of bringing the parks to life. Here are the most family-orientated parks in the state:

  • 1. Mueller State Park

    Families are amazed at the sight of black bears, mule deer, and hawks in this Watchable Wildlife Area. Spanning over 5,000 acres of meadowland, the park is ribboned with creeks, and studded with the vast monoliths of Pikes Peak Granite. Wander along trails and spot wild flowers, come fishing, or sled, ski, and snowshoe in the wintertime.

  • 2. Colorado National Monument

    Though it was Congress and not the President who designated this park a National Monument, this does not diminish its majesty. Just outside Grand Junction city, gargantuan rock formations tower. Sandstone buttes and plunging canyons will wow your whole family. If you follow Rim Rock Drive, you'll see numerous opportunities to stop off and snap pictures of this surreal landscape.

  • 3. Golden Gate Canyon State Park

    Located just 30 miles from Denver, Golden Gate Canyon State Park is a stunning area of natural beauty. It's the perfect place for hiking, and a day of exploring on foot will make you realize what a stunning state Colorado is. You'll find over 12,000 acres of forest, beautiful views, and snow-topped peaks. The park is very dog-friendly, and has many nearby accommodations on offer.

Best Places to Stay for State Parks in Colorado

House Mueller State Park
Apr 21 - Apr 28
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$564
$293 per night
House ∙ 10 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Family Friendly House in Florissant with Jacuzzi & Patio + Beautiful Views

5.0
Outstanding (35 ratings)
Mueller State Park, Teller County, Colorado, United States
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House Mueller State Park
Aug 6 - Aug 13
-19%
$564
$458 per night
House ∙ 10 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

House in Florissant with Patio & Jacuzzi + Beautiful Views

5.0
Outstanding (35 ratings)
Mueller State Park, Teller County, Colorado, United States
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House Mueller State Park
Apr 20 - Apr 27
-32%
$367
$250 per night
House ∙ 12 guests ∙ 3 bedrooms

Vacation Home in Divide with Wood-Burning Fireplace

4.8
Outstanding (25 ratings)
Mueller State Park, Teller County, Colorado, United States
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Best Colorado State Parks for Hiking

Best Colorado State Parks for Hiking

Some forty state parks offer Colorado's hiking enthusiasts plenty of legroom. Still, here are some of the most dramatic, well signposted, and eternally popular in the bunch:

  • 1. State Forest State Park

    The rugged terrain of Medicine Bow Mountains juts sharply into the sky in this 71,000 acre park. Wildlife-filled trails lace the park's dense alpine forests and open meadows, where 600 moose wander in a stately fashion. Four wheeling and horseback riding are popular in the summer, while winter brings snowmobiles, skiers, and snowboarders to these mountainous parts. Fishing, hunting, and birding are also common in season. Drop by the Moose Visitor Center to learn more about park biology and history.

  • 2. Golden Gate Canyon State Park

    Gaze in awe at 100 mi. of the Continental Divide Trail from the Panorama Point Scenic Overlook. With over 12,000 acres of whispering aspen forest and meadows, the park is wound with biking, hiking, and equestrian trails to keep you outdoors all day long. Come winter, skiing, sledding, and snow shoeing become the focus of activities in the park.

  • 3. Castlewood Canyon State Park

    A number of hiking and running trails wind through this state park. The park also preserves a focal point in State Park history, the Castlewood Canyon Dam. You can still see the ruins of the dam, which burst cataclysmically in the thirties. Today this is an eminently peaceful spot, popular with wildlife watching fans. You can also rock climb on the park's unique geological formations and enjoy picnics on its prairies.

Recommended Accommodations for State Parks in Colorado

House Golden Gate Canyon State Park
Apr 5 - Apr 12
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$1,065
$395 per night
House ∙ 10 guests ∙ 4 bedrooms

House in Black Hawk with Yard & Jacuzzi

Golden Gate Canyon State Park, Gilpin County, Colorado, United States
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Cabin Golden Gate Canyon State Park
Jul 14 - Jul 21
-35%
$897
$584 per night
Cabin ∙ 6 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Cabin in Golden with Patio & Grill + Kind Views

5.0
Outstanding (7 ratings)
Golden Gate Canyon State Park, Gilpin County, Colorado, United States
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Cabin Golden Gate Canyon State Park
Dec 22 - Dec 29
$177 per night
Cabin ∙ 4 guests ∙ 2 bedrooms

Modern Cabin in Black Hawk with Patio & Grill

5.0
Outstanding (30 ratings)
Golden Gate Canyon State Park, Gilpin County, Colorado, United States
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Best Colorado State Parks for Adventure Sports

Best Colorado State Parks for Adventure Sports

More than a third of Colorado's land is wilderness, so this is a good state to be in if you happen to love outdoor playtime. ATVing, rock climbing, snowboarding, and horseback riding are just some of the exciting sports you can enjoy in Colorado's 100,000 mi2 of public land. Here's where to head:

  • 1. Jackson Lake State Park

    This oasis near Fort Morgan is low lying, attracting water sports fans with its warm, shallow water. Come ATV, raft, bike, and hike interpretative trails, or whizz about on a water ski.

  • 2. Lake Pueblo State Park

    Come jet ski on the sparkling Lake Pueblo, or wander more than 60 mi. of shoreline. Fishing and boating are central to life on Lake Pueblo. Come swim on Rock Canyon Swim Beach, and spot mule deer, coyote, beaver, and prairie dogs in this natural haven.

  • 3. Boyd Lake State Park

    Dinghy sails glide like miniature, moveable mountains beneath the dramatic escarpment. Boasting 1,700 acres of water, it's an ideal choice for water sports. Sandy beaches and seasonally warm water beckon to swimmers, windsurfers, and water skiers too. Hunting and fishing are also popular in this park, one of the state's largest.

Top Offers for State Parks in Colorado

Cabin State Forest State Park
Jun 23 - Jun 30
$120 per night
Cabin ∙ 4 guests ∙ 1 bedroom

Cabin in Gould with Grill

4.8
Outstanding (8 ratings)
State Forest State Park, Jackson County, Colorado, United States
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😎 Least busy month April
🛏️ Popular home types Apartment rental and House rental
🌡️ Hottest months 72 °F in July and June
❄️ Coldest months 3 °F in January and December
🌧️ Rainiest months 18 rainy days in January and February

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Colorado State Parks: How much does a stay cost?

You can get a great vacation rental from $322 and get discounts up to 80%!

Can I find a vacation home for a large group for Colorado State Parks?

The average size for a House rental is 222 m² and can fit 8 guests on average which is ideal for large groups.

What types of vacation homes can I find for Colorado State Parks?

There are many House rental and Apartment rental that are perfect for Colorado State Parks.

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