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Camping is a budget-conscious vacationer’s dream! Camping on a budget can be quite easy. In Colorado, we are lucky enough to have so many beautiful campgrounds, in some of the most beautiful state and federal parks in the country. If you are on a budget, camping is one of the best […]

How to Go Camping on a Budget


On May 22nd the Bellair Lake Campground was hit by a high wind weather event. There seems to be some dispute weather this was a tornado or a micro-burst.  However, whatever it was, this has caused the Bellaire Lake Campground to be closed until further notice. Luckily nobody was hurt. […]

Bellaire Lake Campground Hit by High Wind Weather



Some of the campgrounds in north central Colorado are going to be closed for the first few weeks of camping season. Due to the late season snow the mountains received this year, the US Forest Service was unable to spray the campgrounds for pine beetles before the camping season begins. […]

Pine Beetle Spraying near Red Feathers and Surrounding Campgrounds


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Nothing can ruin a camping trip quite like a forest fire. That’s why it is so important to make sure that you are ever diligent when it comes to camping and fires. Here are Camp Out Colorado’s Top 10 Camping Tips to prevent forest fires. Everyone needs to be aware […]

Camping Top 10 Tips to Preventing Forest Fires



May 24-27 is Colorado Kayak’s Suppy Paddlefest Kick off the summer paddling season this Memorial Day weekend with an exciting interactive river festival in Buena Vista and the Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area . Whether you are a newby to the sport of kayaking or one of the most seasoned paddlers, […]

Go Camping for Colorado Kayak Supply’s Paddlefest


May 18, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m is the Family Fishing Festival Bring the whole family out for a day of fishing fun at Lake Pueblo State Park . Beginners and experts of all ages are welcome to attend. The Visitor Center will feature activity tables for the kids, […]

Family Fishing Festival at Lake Pueblo State Park



One of my favorite things to do while camping is stargazing. There isn’t anything quite as grand as a clear mountain view of the sky far away from any light pollution. Here is a great opportunity to learn more about our night sky from the Western Colorado Astronomy Club. Reserve […]

Springtime Stargazing at Highline Lake State Park


Although the actual impact on campers in National Parks may be less than originally feared, it’s a good idea to check to see how the Sequester has affected your planned camping trip to a National Park before you go. Sequestration is a set of automatic spending cuts contained in the […]

Sequestration Effects on Camping