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Whether you’re driving a motorhome, pulling a trailer or just looking for a place to pitch a tent, the eleven national forests and two national grasslands located in Colorado will have a spot that's just right for you! Most campgrounds in the Rocky Mountain Region are open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. On the map below, move the cursor over a national forest or national grassland to highlight the area. Once the area is highlighted, click on the highlighted area and a new window will open with all the campground information for that national forest or national grassland.

A National Forest or National Grassland Visitor Map is useful in showing the location of developed campgrounds, main roads, forest roads, trails, wilderness areas, scenic areas, private land, Forest Supervisor and Ranger District offices and other features. 

Whether you’re driving a motorhome, pulling a trailer or just looking for a place to pitch a tent, the eleven national forests and two national grasslands located in Colorado will have a spot that's just right for you! Most campgrounds in the Rocky Mountain Region are open from Memorial Day through Labor Day. On the map below, move the cursor over a national forest or national grassland to highlight the area. Once the area is highlighted, click on the highlighted area and a new window will open with all the campground information for that national forest or national grassland.

A National Forest or National Grassland Visitor Map is useful in showing the location of developed campgrounds, main roads, forest roads, trails, wilderness areas, scenic areas, private land, Forest Supervisor and Ranger District offices and other features. 

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Picture of Colorado - Arapahoe & Roosevelt National Forests
Colorado - Arapahoe & Roosevelt National Forests
Arapaho National Forest is a U.S. National Forest located in the U.S. state of Colorado. The facility is managed jointly with the Roosevelt National Forest and the Pawnee National Grassland from the United States Forest Service office in Fort Collins, Colorado. The combined facility of 1.5 million acres (6,000 kmĀ²) is denoted as ARP by the Forest Service. The forest is located in the Rocky Mountains, straddling the continental divide in the Front Range west of Denver. It is was established on July 1, 1908 by President Theodore Roosevelt and named for the Arapaho tribe of Native Americans who previously inhabited the Colorado Eastern Plains. The forest includes part of the high Rockies and river valleys in the upper watershed of the Colorado River and South Platte River. The Roosevelt National Forest was named in honor of Theodore Roosevelt, the person most responsible for creating the National Forest System as we know it today. Originally part of Medicine Bow Forest Reserve established in 1897, this public land became the Colorado National Forest in 1910. President Herbert Hoover renamed it Roosevelt National Forest in 1932. Today, the Roosevelt is administered jointly as part of the 1.3-million acre Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests. Topography on the Roosevelt National Forest varies from rolling foothills to snow covered peaks, to deep scenic canyons.
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Picture of Colorado - Grand Mesa National Forest
Colorado - Grand Mesa National Forest
The Grand Mesa National Forest, located in west-central Colorado, was established by President Benjamin Harrison on December 24, 1892. This Forest reserve was the second to be created in Colorado and the third in the United States. The present Grand Mesa National Forest is about 540 square miles. The Grand Mesa, one of the largest flat-top mountains in the world, rises more than a mile above the converging valleys of the Colorado and Gunnison Rivers to an elevation over 11,000 feet. The alpine forest atop the mesa, which includes Engleman Spruce, Subalpine Fire and Aspen, is a striking contrast to the Sagebrush and Rabbit Brush of the valley floors.
$20.00 excl tax
Picture of Colorado - Pike National Forest
Colorado - Pike National Forest
Welcome to the Pike National Forest and south central Colorado. Over one million acres of land are yours to enjoy. Snowcapped mountains, wildflowers, golden aspen and alpine lakes, are all spectacular against the clear blue skies of Colorado. Campgrounds; picnic areas; Wildernesses; hiking, skiing, biking and riding trails; lakes and reservoirs; Gold Medal fishing streams; seven mountains over 14,000 feet high and Scenic Byways provide something for everyone.
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Picture of Colorado - Rio Grande National Forest - Conejos Peak District
Colorado - Rio Grande National Forest - Conejos Peak District
The Conejos Peak Ranger District manages nearly 380,000 acres within the Rio Grande National Forest. The district is located in portions of Conejos, Rio Grande Alamosa and Archuleta Counties. The district is named after Conejos Peak, the tallest mountain completely within the boundaries of the district. At 13,172 feet in elevation, Conejos Peak looms high over Platoro Reservior near the headwaters of the Conejos River. Most of the land managed by the Conejos Peak RD lies within the San Juan Mountains on the southwestern side of the San Luis Valley. The northeastern corner of the district includes a portion of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains and majestic Blanca Peak, which at 14,345 feet in elevation is the fourth highest peak in Colorado.
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Picture of Colorado - Rio Grande National Forest - Divide District
Colorado - Rio Grande National Forest - Divide District
The Divide Ranger District manages almost 940,000 acres within the Rio Grande national Forest. The district is located in portions of Rio Grande, Saguache, Mineral, Hinsdale, and San Juan counties in south-central Colorado, and serves the communities of Monte Vista, Del Norte, South Fork and Creede.
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Picture of Colorado - Rio Grande National Forest - Saguache District
Colorado - Rio Grande National Forest - Saguache District
The Saguache Ranger District manages 515,750 acres of the Rio Grande National Forest, which includes the rugged Sangre de Cristro Mountain on the east and the San Juan Mountains up to the Continental Divide on the west. The "lower" edges of the district start at about 8,000 feet in elevation while the highest peaks in the Sangre de Cristo Wilderness scratch the clouds at over 14,000 feet.
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Picture of Colorado - Routt National Forest
Colorado - Routt National Forest
The Routt National Forest is named in memory of Colonel John N. Routt, the last territorial governor and the first state governor of Colorado. In 1905 President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed the Park Range Forest Reserve in Northwest Colorado and in 1908 he changed the name to honor the former governor. The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests extend from north central Colorado to central Wyoming. The Forests encompass portions of many mountain ranges including the Gore Range, Flat Tops, Parks Range, Medicine Bow Mountains, Sierra Madre, and Laramie Range. The Forests provide year-round recreation opportunities for thousands of people. They also provide wildlife habitat, timber, forage for livestock, and are a vital source of water for irrigation, domestic use, and industry.
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Picture of Colorado - San Isabel National Forest
Colorado - San Isabel National Forest
Welcome to the San Isabel National Forest, one of eleven National Forests in Colorado. The Forest includes over one million acres of beautiful scenery with snow capped mountains, wildflowers, autumn colors, mountain lakes, and clear blue skies to enjoy.
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Picture of Colorado - San Juan National Forest
Colorado - San Juan National Forest
The San Juan National Forest covers over 1,800,000 acres. It borders the Uncmpahgre National Forest to the north and the Rio Grande National Forest to the east. The Forest covers most of the southern portion of the San Juan Mountains west of the Continental Divide. The forest contains two alpine wilderness areas; the Weminuche and South San Juan.
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Picture of Colorado - Uncompahgre National Forest - Mountain Divison
Colorado - Uncompahgre National Forest - Mountain Divison
The Grand Mesa, Uncompahgre and Gunnison National Forests are a combination of separate National Forests located on the western slope of the Colorado Rockies. These three combined Forests cover 3,161,912 acres of public land in the central and southern Rocky Mountains, an area that lies south of the Colorado River and west of the Continental Divide with some of the most spectacular scenery in the Rockies. The Forests vary in elevation from 5,800 feet above sea level in Roubideau Creek Canyon to 14,309 feet on Uncompahgre Peak. The Forests include spectacular features like the 355 foot high Bridal Veil falls; the Grand Mesa with over 300 lakes, one of the world's largest flat top mountains; and Alpine Tunnel, once the highest railroad tunnel in North America.
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Picture of Colorado - Uncompahgre National Forest - Plateau Divison
Colorado - Uncompahgre National Forest - Plateau Divison
The Uncompahgre Plateau, located in western Colorado, was established as part of the Uncompahgre Forest Reserve by President Theodore Roosevelt's proclamation of June 14, 1905. "Uncompahgre" is a Ute work describing "Rocks that make Water Red." The Plateau itself is a long, narrow geologic uplift formation bordered on the east by the wide valleys of the Gunnison and Uncompahgre rivers and on the west by the narrow gorges of the Dolores and San Miguel rivers. Starting from an elevation of about 4600 feet, it rises to just under 10,000 feet.
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Picture of Colorado - White River National Forest
Colorado - White River National Forest
Nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, the 2.3 million acre White River National Forest is the top recreation Forest in the nation. Home to world-renowned ski resorts and the birthplace of Wilderness, the White River has something to offer every outdoor enthusiast.
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Picture of Colorado - Comanche National Grassland
Colorado - Comanche National Grassland
The Comanche National Grassland, named for the American Indians who inhabited the area, is one of 21 grasslands administered by the USDA Forest Service. 435,028 acres extending throughout Baca, Otero, and Las Animas Counties in southeastern Colorado are seperated into two units - the Carrizo Unit, south and west of Springfield and the Timpas Unit south of La Junta.
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Picture of Colorado - Grand Mesa National Forest - Grand Valley Ranger District
Colorado - Grand Mesa National Forest - Grand Valley Ranger District
The Grand Mesa National Forest, located in west-central Colorado, was established by President Benjamin Harrison on December 24, 1892 as a forest reserve; the second to be created in Colorado and the third in the United States. The present Grand Mesa National Forest is about 540 square miles. The Grand Mesa, one of the largest flat top mountains in the world, rises more than a mile above the converging valleys of the Colorado and Gunnison Rivers to an elevation of over 11,000 feet. The alpine forest atop the mesa, which includes Engelmann spruce, subalpine fir and aspen, is a striking contrast to the sagebrush and rabbitbrush of the valley floors.
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Picture of Colorado - Gunnison Basin Public Lands
Colorado - Gunnison Basin Public Lands
This is map includes multiple agency lands. This includes, USDA: Forest Service, DOI: Bureau of Land Management and DOI: National Park Service. Travel regulations and designations shown on this map are general in nature and apply broadly throughout the public lands shown on this map. Agencies may issue specific travel regulations that supplement of differ from those in this publication for public safety, resource protection, lack of maintenance funds, or wildlife protection purposes. These regulations will be posted at the affected agency offices, identified in travel guides and maybe signed on the ground.
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Picture of Colorado - Pawnee National Grassland
Colorado - Pawnee National Grassland
The Pawnee National Grassland is in Weld County in northeastern Colorado. Within a 30-by-60 mile area, 193,060 acres are National Grassland. The remaining land is private land, State of Colorado Land, and the Central Plains Experimental Range. The Pawnee is one of 20 National Grasslands administered by the Forest Service, U.S. Department of Agriculture. This is public land and it is yours to use, to enjoy, and to protect.
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