Steamboat Lake State Park Camping Overview
Steamboat Lake State Park campground is one of the nicest state parks in Colorado. Nestled in the valley below Hahns Peak, Steamboat Lake State Park sprawls across a wide area open area with small rolling hills and light tree cover. There are several different places to camp around Steamboat Lake State Park. These range from walk-in tent only campsites on a large island on the northern side of the lake to the more sheltered RV and camper campsites up on the hills surrounding Steamboat Lake. Steamboat Lake State Park campground is a beautiful place to go camping with mild weather and a very scenic view in all directions.
Steamboat Lake has areas . . . → Read More at Camp Out Colorado: Camping Review of Steamboat Lake State Park Campground
If you are anything like me I am always looking for some great stocking stuffer ideas. It can be tough to think about what might be good for the camper you knows stocking. These are often overlooked but there are some great things you can get for the camper you know that they are sure to use when they go camping. Look to the list below to see what Camp Out Colorado suggest as its Top Ten Camping Stocking Stuffers this year. . . . → Read More at Camp Out Colorado: Top Ten Great Camping Stocking Stuffers
Chambers Lake Camping Overview
Chambers Lake Campground is a great place to go high mountain camping. It is located in Roosevelt National Forest and is listed as one of their campgrounds. Chambers Lake Campground in about an hour and a half west of Fort Collins on State Highway 14. Chambers Lake is at about 9,200 feet in elevation. There are many well groomed campsites here and they are more private than most due to the thick woods. However, with the pine beetle epidemic, much of these trees may have been removed.
Chambers Lake itself is wakeless and quite large for a high mountain lake. It has many branches that fan out, giving fisherman and boaters plenty of room to spread out. Due to the high elevation, the water here is . . . → Read More at Camp Out Colorado: Chambers Lake Campground Camping Review
Looking for a way to combine your love of hiking with taking action to save the environment?
Then join the Rocky Mountain Chapter on Saturday, September 15, for our first annual “Step Strong, Save Our Lands Hike-A-Thon.”
RSVP for the Step Strong, Save Our Lands Hike-A-Thon today!
We will be hiking the scenic trails of Roxborough State Park, which offers 4 levels of hiking experience for you to choose – from easy to challenging –with some spectacular views of red rock and sandstone formations along with diverse, dazzling flora and fauna. Do one or several trails – there is truly something for everyone of any level of skill or interest.
Also, to make your day complete, you can compete for awesome prizes such as a night’s stay at a mountain resort or bed and breakfast, zip-line adventure, outdoor gear, or passes to Glenwood . . . → Read More at Camp Out Colorado: Step Strong, Save Our Lands Hike-A-Thon
Bellaire Lake Camping Overview
Bellaire Campground is a nicely spread out campground in the forested and hilly area north west of Bellaire Lake itself. Bellaire Lake Campground is about an hour and a half outside of Fort Collins near Red Feathers Lakes village off of County Road 69. Bellaire Lake is a very popular destination with its reputation for good weather, decent fishing and being handicap accessible. During peak season you are bound to find this a busy place. The campsites in the campground itself are well spaced and not too crowded. The campsites are not on the lake itself, so the campers have to leave their campsites and go enjoy the small 10 acre Bellaire Lake. Because it is . . . → Read More at Camp Out Colorado: Bellaire Lake Campground Camping Review
Carter Lake Camping Overview
Carter Lake campground and recreation are is a great place to go camping year round. Just outside of Loveland on US-34, nestled within the foothills, Carter Lake is surrounded by about 1000 acres of public land to enjoy and explore in Larimer county. There are about half a dozen different campgrounds around Carter Lake which provide a wide variety of different camping experiences, more than you will find almost anywhere else in Colorado. You can go camping in the pine covered hills to the northwest of Carter Lake or camp out in the open on the scrubland on the east side of the lake. You can also enjoy a mix of the two types of camping on the south end of Carter Lake where it . . . → Read More at Camp Out Colorado: Carter Lake Campgrounds Camping Review