Holiday revelers hoping to enjoy a last blast of summer fun should expect busy roads, crowded campgrounds and full airport parking lots.
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Madison House Presents and AEG Live want everyone to reimagine festival camping. Forget sleeping in the dirt next to your car. Think warm beds in private cabins next to a bubbling brook.
Campfires and smoking are now prohibited in all campgrounds of the Boulder Ranger District, the U.S. Forest Service announced Tuesday as part of its Stage 2 fire restrictions.
All of the campgrounds at state parks along the Front Range are at capacity for the Fourth of July weekend, as are most of the parks statewide.
Recent bear encounters have prompted forest officials to bar tent camping at two Aspen-area campgrounds over Independence Day weekend and possibly beyond.
An 11-year-old boy camping with his family in southern Colorado was struck by a sports utility vehicle Wednesday on a remote county road and killed.
The words “Big Mac” usually conjure thoughts of lunch for most people. But for outdoor enthusiasts in Nebraska, Colorado and Kansas, it’s a fond reference to Lake McConaughy: a “Mecca” for boating, swimming, unique camping and premier fishing.
Ridgway State Park in Ouray County — the “Switzerland of America” — offers diverse fishing opportunities (and that’s just part of the fun)
Located in southwest Colorado just 15 miles from the town of Ouray, Ridgway is where mountain scenery mingles with magnificent campgrounds; modern, universally accessible recreation areas and a five-mile long reservoir make memorable days and nights; those from near and far are welcomed.
A 66-year-old man sleeping in his car at the Prince Creek Campground told the deputy that someone driving a large, blue, newer truck entered his campsite about 4 a.m. Saturday and began “doing doughnuts,” honking the horn and flashing the headlights into his vehicle, the report states.
From persistent issues with trash to fears an abandoned campfire could spark a catastrophic blaze, the cumulative effects of homeless or transient camping on the national forest have some saying the situation has reached full boil.