Colorado’s 42 state parks offer excellent opportunities for hiking, biking, camping, fishing, boating, and other outdoor activity. But did you know that you can also rent cabins and yurts in the park? Maybe you don’t fancy yourself “outdoorsy” enough to want to camp overnight. Maybe you want a warm place to cuddle up by the fire after a day of snowshoeing or cross-country skiing. Or maybe you don’t own any camping equipment of your own. Whatever the reason, you can find out about cabins and yurts here.
Now, how do you decide which of the 42 parks you want to visit? Try the Parks QuickFind feature on the State Parks’ homepage. Using this feature you can search by park name, or use a map to click on the part of the state you are interested in visiting to receive information on parks in that area.
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