It has been quite a few years since I have been camping. One thing I know is that Colorado is one of the best states for camping across the country.

Just last year, Colorado was ranked the sixth-best state for camping. It makes sense, right?

Beautiful views, lots of land, and reasonable pricing make Colorado such a great place to adventure outdoors.

Where is your favorite place to camp in Colorado? We are compiling a list, so make sure to send us a message below.

Estes Park Campground Is In-Demand

The Dyrt revealed their list of the hardest-to-book campgrounds across the country and one Colorado campground made the top ten.

Aspenglen Campground in Estes Park, which is near Rocky Mountain National Park, is one of the most desired camping sites in the country.

The Dyrt says that the sites are fully booked 96.1% of the time. If you want to camp at Aspenglen Campground in Estes Park you need to make sure to book it far in advance.

Aspenglen Campground has a total of 52 campsites.

About Aspenglen Campground

According to the National Park Service, tents, RVs, and trailers are all allowed. If you are planning on bringing an RV, it can only be 30 feet long.

There are operating toilets, staff on site, food storage lockers, and trash and recycling collection.

A site will cost $35 per night.

After watching some of the videos above, it should not be a shocker that this is one of the most in-demand camping grounds in America.

I will have to book a trip very soon.

Building A Campfire in Colorado? Six Steps You Must Take

Nearly 85% of wildfires are caused by humans. Colorado is home to 24.5 million acres of forest land which means fire safety in our state must be given the highest priority by campers who wish to build a campfire. Check out the six essential steps for safely putting out a campfire according to the U.S. Forest Service below.

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RV Campground in Grand Junction Among Top 10 in North America

This is great information, not only for Coloradans, but even more so for those from outside of the state, coming to enjoy all that Colorado has to offer

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