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Alamosa KOA
6900 Juniper Lane  Alamosa, Colorado
15 CampedThere Reviews

Nestled between the breathtaking San Juan and Sangre de Cristo Mountains at 7,550 feet, the Alamosa KOA in the San Luis Valley is your gateway to adventure. Come stay with us while you enjoy the Great Sand Dunes National Park, The Rio Grande Scenic Railroad, the Cumbres and Toltec railroad and the Colorado Gator farm (we sell discount tickets). Stay with us and experience family oriented activities just minutes away from all of your adventures.

Buena Vista KOA
27700 County Road 303  Buena Vista, Colorado
21 CampedThere Reviews

The view from your campsite at this KOA is buena indeed- a panorama of five 14,000-foot-plus peaks frames this mountain valley. Tucked among rocks and shaded by pinon pines, the campground is a few miles southeast of the small resort town of Buena Vista and a mile from the Arkansas River. You can hike or bike on public land adjacent on three sides of the KOA and then sign up at the campground office for fly-fishing and horseback riding. Your hosts can arrange for a wide variety of other pursuits-such as rafting and jeeping and soaking in hot springs-or direct you to hiking trails, ghost towns and rockhounding sites. At KOA, play sand volleyball, basketball and horseshoes, then head for the hot tub. Breakfast is served summer mornings in the cook shack. Enjoy this quiet and tranquil setting. Space is available January 1 through March 31 by reservation only.

Colorado Springs KOA
8100 Bandley Drive  Fountain, Colorado
56 CampedThere Reviews

Enjoy a great view of Pikes Peak from your campsite along the banks of Fountain Creek in one of Colorado's premier vacation destinations. You can bike (kids' fun-bike rentals available) or walk your dog along the campground's Fountain Creek. Traveling with a bigger pet? Lodge your horses in one of our KOA's three corrals. Located on the south side of the city, you're just a few minutes' drive from Garden of the Gods, the Air Force Academy and shops and restaurants of Manitou Springs, a quaint 1800s resort town neighboring the city. Ride Pikes Peak Cog Railway for a panoramic view of mountains and prairie from the 14,110-foot summit. Bringing the whole crew? KOA hosts can help you with tours, entertainment and in-house catering.

Cortez / Mesa Verde KOA
27432 E. Highway 160  Cortez, Colorado
19 CampedThere Reviews

The towering flat-topped ridge of Mesa Verde National Park rises less than 15 minutes away from this KOA near the four corners where Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah meet. After visiting the 700-year-old cliff dwellings in the park's canyon walls, return to your own high desert oasis. Swim in the heated pool or round up a game of basketball or horseshoes. If you want a taste of Native American life, stay overnight in one of the campground's tepees. Stock up on supplies and souvenirs in the grocery store and gift shop. Take a day trip to Utah's Monument Valley, the setting for several of John Wayne's most famous westerns. In addition to Mesa Verde, Native American life is chronicled at Hovenweep National Monument and the Anasazi Heritage Center.

Cotopaxi / Arkansas River KOA
21435 US Highway 50  Cotopaxi, Colorado
12 CampedThere Reviews

A stay at the Cotopaxi/Arkansas River KOA puts you on one of the most popular stretches of the Arkansas River for fly-fishing, kayaking and whitewater rafting.

The last weekend in March, this KOA hosts the annual Royal Gorge Anglers fly-fishing school. From mid-April through mid-May, an amazing caddis hatch produces incredible dry-fly action. Arkansas River Tours can put you on tame stretches of water near the campground or take you for a wild ride through Royal Gorge, 23 miles east. After a day of action, relax at KOA's pavilion and patio overlooking the river. Swimming, hayrides, a game room with a pool table, mini golf, nightly movies and more keep kids smiling. Enjoy the new deluxe sites-overlooking and near the river-with concrete patios, fire rings and patio furniture. You're close to the old mining town of Cripple Creek, as well as the Royal Gorge Route excursion train.

Cripple Creek KOA
2576 County Road #81  Cripple Creek, Colorado
14 CampedThere Reviews

At 10,000 feet above sea level, the Cripple Creek KOA is the highest KOA in the world. It is always cool (normal mid-June to mid-August highs 70-80, normal lows 40-50 degrees Fahrenheit) and never humid. There are glorious sunsets with quiet, restful nights and fabulous star gazing . We have a Colorado high country setting, a peaceful mountain location bordering BLM forest land.

The Cripple Creek/Victor area is full of things to do - Mollie Kathleen Gold Mine, Cripple Creek melodrama, steam train ride between Cripple Creek and Victor, Florissant Fossil Beds National Monument, CC/Victor Gold Mining Company which is a huge commercial gold reclamation operation, Cripple Creek Museum, nearby horseback riding , hiking up Trachyte Knob adjacent to the campground , fishing at Skaguay or Eleven Mile reservoirs, as well as numerous casinos in Cripple Creek for your gambling pleasure. It is always fun to look for the donkeys that have roamed around Cripple Creek for years.

The campground is located centrally to the Colorado Springs/Pike's Peak area attractions as well as the Royal Gorge Country attractions, each area being 45 minutes to one hour away. Guests use us as a base-camp for going to these other areas. We can keep you busy for days! Our staff is able to help with reservations for our guests at numerous Colorado Springs and Royal Gorge attractions, e.g. Colorado Springs/Manitou Springs Cog Railway, Flying W Ranch in Colorado Springs, Royal Gorge Route Train, Echo Canyon or other rafting companies in the Royal Gorge area.

At the campground our RV sites are spacious pull-thrus with open spectacular views of the high mountain countryside. Tent campers may choose a wilderness site in the aspen trees or a deluxe tent site that has a ramada cover, electricity and water. We have ten camping cabins and two camping lodges. We offer pancake breakfast service on Saturday and Sunday from Memorial Day to Labor Day for an additional charge. There is a camping kitchen for use by our guests. Evening meal service is available for groups upon request. We have a game room, banana bikes (for kids). All of our sites have fire pits for great campfires on cool evenings. Children 6 years and younger are free and pets are welcome.

Leave the hot weather behind join us for COOL weather in our serene mountain setting!

Denver East / Strasburg KOA
1312 Monroe Street  Strasburg, Colorado
22 CampedThere Reviews

The Denver East/Strasburg KOA offers you the best in Colorado camping . We are centrally located and offer easy access for day trips to Denver, Estes Park , and Colorado Springs . Our Denver KOA is only 50 miles from the base of the Rocky Mountains ! We are a great place to stop on your travels down I-70 without having to worry about the issues of staying in the big city. There are not many Denver-area Campgrounds , so go with the best and stay with us for your Denver camping, Denver RV Park and Denver Lodging needs. Our "Big Rig Friendly" pull-through RV sites are up to 70' long with 50-amp service available. No RV? Enjoy a comfortable stay in one of our cozy cabins or personal patio lodge .

There's LOTS to do in our area. Visit the Denver Zoo, Elitch Gardens amusement park, Ocean Journey Aquarium, Water World and Boondocks Fun Center . Enjoy a game at Coors Field , or tour the Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, Colorado History Museum and Coors Brewery .

You don't have to travel far to find BIG FUN! Our little campground on the plains has a frozen slab Breyer's Ice Cream Parlor , Hunt's Brothers Pizza with delivery to your site, Outdoor Movie Theater, swimming pool, adults-only spa, summer activities, hayrides, arcade and a small farm town to visit.

We are open all year in Strasburg, CO and located near Watkins, Bennett and Byers . There are many events that take place along the I-70 corridor during the year. There are numerous rodeos throughout the year, summer festivals, Christmas festivities and each of the towns have nice museums. Come and stay with us for a while. We'll be glad to welcome you, and you'll be glad you did!

Denver West / Central City KOA
605 Lake Gulch Rd Co Rd 6  Central City, Colorado
18 CampedThere Reviews

Denver West/Central City KOA is deluxe Denver camping. We are located in the Rocky Mountains at an elevation of 8,490 feet, one mile above Central City and Black Hawk, and just 35 miles west of Denver! We are within minutes of the best Colorado casinos, and are an excellent base camp for day trips to Red Rocks Amphitheater, Coors Brewery, Denver Zoo, Elitch Gardens Amusement Park, Estes Park, and Colorado Springs.

Enjoy a relaxing and scenic drive over the new Central City Parkway that directly connects Interstate I-70 with Central City. You'll love the rolling hills and breathtaking mountain views that surround you.

Come camp with us, Colorado camping style! Our Central City campground is not your average Denver RV Park. If you’re looking for one of the finest campgrounds in Colorado and the Denver-area, we invite you to come for a visit. Our beautiful views, fun atmosphere, and family-friendly campground service will make you want to reserve YOUR spot with us for all your camping needs. You’ll find tons to do in Central City! Whether your hobby is hiking, biking, ATV’s, nature photography, shopping for antiques, Black Jack, Slots, or a night at the Central City Opera House, this Denver campground is minutes away from the some of the most fun the Rocky Mountains has to offer. We are "Big-Rig Friendly" with many pull-through sites - all with 50-amp full hookups, Free cable TV and Free Wi-Fi. Limited Service Oct 14 thru April 19, 2013

Durango KOA
30090 US Highway 160  Durango, Colorado
31 CampedThere Reviews

Just a short drive from this mountain sports town and the depot for the Durango & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad, the Durango KOA provides a panoramic view of the jagged San Juan Mountains. At an elevation of 7,000 feet, this pinon-shaded campground atop a mesa makes for comfortably cool summer nights. It's a fine spot to relax around the pool, enjoy kid's activities and free nightly movies. The campground offers pizza, pancakes, ice cream & pies. This year we are adding a slushy machine! Several outfitters guide kayak and whitewater raft outings on the Animas River, which flows through downtown Durango. Dozens of galleries, shops and restaurants line its charming streets. In the area, you'll also find hiking, biking, fishing, outfitted jeep tours and horseback riding. The Durango KOA serves as a great base camp for Mesa Verde National Park.

Estes Park KOA
2051 Big Thompson Ave.  Estes Park, Colorado
28 CampedThere Reviews

Your campsite here is just 5 miles from the soaring alpine landscape of Rocky Mountain National Park. This campground is a great setting for marshmallow roasts and ice cream socials on summer nights. Free Wi-Fi is now available throughout this KOA. Supplies and souvenirs are available in the campground store. Just across the street at Lake Estes, enjoy bike rentals, boating or fishing. Next door is horseback riding for riders of all abilities. Mini golf and go-carts are also nearby. Head to town for family fun, shops, restaurants and golf.  Visit the national park and see elk, bighorn sheep, moose and other wildlife abound. Drive the park's renowned Trail Ridge Road highway, which crosses alpine tundra at an elevation of more than 12,000 feet, providing panoramic views of our grand Colorado style Rocky Mountains.

Fort Collins / Lakeside KOA
1910 Lakeside Resort Lane  Fort Collins, Colorado
29 CampedThere Reviews

Make us your basecamp for touring the Front Range of Colorado. We are on the NW corner of Ft. Collins and only five minutes from Colorado State University, ten minutes from the Poudre Canyon and within one hour of Laramie, Cheyenne, Boulder, Estes Park, Denver and Rocky Mountain National Park.Our big-rig friendly RV sites have 50/30 amp, water, sewer, wifi and cable. Our tent sites, kabins, cottage and lodges have great lake views. Schedule your next group outing or family reunion with us. We have two conference rooms, a large pavilion and a small gazebo for special events.

Our recreation center will keep the whole family busy. We're also happy to serve you yummy meals at our chuckwagon (Memorial Day - Labor Day). Don't miss our special activities on Saturdays during the summer!

Make Fort Collins/Lakeside Lakeside KOA your home away from home.

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Fort Collins / Poudre Canyon KOA
6670 North US Highway 287  Laporte, Colorado
12 CampedThere Reviews

The Fort Collins/Poudre Canyon KOA welcomes you to the best in Colorado camping! No RV? Enjoy a cozy stay in one of our comfortable camping cabins or lodges. If you're tired of restaurants, you can prepare your meal in our Camping Kitchen. We pride ourselves in providing our guests a comfortable and fun camping stay.

Our campground is within easy reach of one of Colorado's most scenic river valleys. Highway 14 winds along the Cache La Poudre River deep into the Rocky Mountains. The river is a favorite for whitewater rafters and kayakers. There are turnouts where you can picnic and fish, and several hiking, biking and four-wheeling trails climb the valley walls. If you'd like to explore, we can show you a little-used route from Poudre Canyon into nearby Rocky Mountain National Park, back through Big Thompson Canyon. We're a short drive from the Outlet Mall at Loveland, and less than an hour from the Mile High Flea Market- one of the biggest in the country!

After a day of exploring, relax with a swim, a ping-pong game and a romp with the kids in the playground. Our Pavilion/Meeting Room is available for your groups and reunions, and motorcyclists are always welcome!

Come and stay under the beautiful Colorado sky. Your camping memories will be priceless!

Fort Collins North / Wellington KOA
4821 E. County Road 70, PO Box 130  Wellington, Colorado
14 CampedThere Reviews

The Fort Collins N/Wellington KOA welcomes you to the best in Colorado camping! Our campground is a quiet retreat from the traffic on I-25, yet offers easy on- and off-freeway access. Rest & relax with us, while you enjoy our fantastic views of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains.

With 80-foot pull-throughs and 50-amp service available on some sites, this Fort Collins campground is truly "Big Rig Friendly"! No RV? Enjoy a cozy stay in one of our comfortable camping cabins. If you're tired of restaurants, you can prepare your meal in our Camping Kitchen. We pride ourselves in providing our guests a comfortable and fun camping stay.

When you're ready to explore our area, "College Town" Fort Collins and "Cowpoke Town" Cheyenne, WY are both close enough to visit in the same day. Browse the shops, galleries and restaurants in Fort Collins' Old Town and tour the massive Budweiser plant. Cheyenne hosts Frontier Days every year in late July, and you always can visit the Frontier Days Old West Museum and Store. We're a short drive from the Outlet Mall at Loveland, and less than an hour from the Mile High Flea Market- one of the biggest in the country!

Bring your own horse and exercise it in our campground corral and pasture. There's a large pet walk, playground and pool to exercise the rest of the family, too. You can relax in our Rec room with cable TV, gather a group at the pavilion, or boat and picnic at Horsetooth Reservoir, hidden behind the bluffs overlooking Fort Collins.

Come and visit us. You'll love our wide-open spaces and friendly faces!

Grand Junction KOA
2819 Highway 50  Grand Junction, Colorado
7 CampedThere Reviews

Take a Virtual Tour of our Campground now!News Flash!! We have just added 2 new studio lodges with kitchenette & full bath.

This Western Colorado KOA campground is centrally located between the high desert and hiking trails of the Colorado National Monument and the tree-shaded lakes of the Grand Mesa, featuring fishing, ATV and hiking trails, and moose, elk and deer hunting. Nearby, mountain bike trails in all directions offer terrain very similar to Moab without the crowds. The Colorado River offers rafting from "mild", 2-hour trips to "WILD" full-day trips; you can even catch a horseback ride! Bring your rod and reel, because great trout fishing is just a short drive away from the campground.

Camping at our KOA campground has something for everyone- and every kind of rig! All pull through sites are large, 30 or 50 amp sites with fire pits & tables for your camping enjoyment. No RV? No problem! Our traditional cabins are cozy one-room cabins that have a full bed and a set of bunk beds, the larger two-room cabin has a full bed in one room and two sets of bunk beds in the other. All cabins have mini fridges, fire pits/Barbeque combo's and tables. Want and upgrade from the traditional cabin we have new studio lodges with kitchenette's and bathrooms We even have a limited number of tent sites- all including electric and water, and just steps away from bathrooms and showers.

Kids will love the game room with pool, air hockey, and ping pong. For some outside fun, how about a round of mini golf or spend some time in the playground area. From Memorial day to Labor day cool off in the pool or take in a movie with the kids starts about dusk. There's even a "bark park" for pets.

Come spend some time at our family-friendly campground. You'll be glad you did!

Gunnison KOA
105 County Road 50  Gunnison, Colorado
8 CampedThere Reviews

Escape the heat in cool Gunnison, where the average July high temperature is 80 degrees. From this campground southwest of town, you're just 10 minutes from Blue Mesa Reservoir and the 40-pound-plus trout that make this big, cold lake one of Colorado's top fishing holes. The rainbows in the KOA fishing pond (mid-June to mid-September) are a tad bit smaller. Cruise on a paddleboat (mid-June to mid-September). This KOA rents bikes and features an off-leash dog park. Hike, bike or go rafting in the area too. To the west, the sheer rock walls of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison plummet some 2,500 feet to the Gunnison River. Crested Butte, a 19th-century mining town surrounded by peaks, lies a half-hour's drive north. Keebler Pass provides some of the best autumn aspen color in the Rocky Mountains.

Jellystone - Pike National Forest
650 Sky View Lane  Larkspur, Colorado
23 CampedThere Reviews

Jellystone Park Estes Park
5495 US Hwy. 36 146 Estes Park, Colorado
49 CampedThere Reviews

Located just minutes from the beautiful valley town of Estes Park, Colorado is Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park™ of Estes Campground. Situated in the midst of the Colorado Rockies and the Roosevelt National Forest, Jellystone Park of Estes is the perfect Campground and RV Park for your family to explore nature at its best!

Yogi Bear™ is sometimes spotted wandering through the Park as you take in the awe-inspiring views surrounding this family Campground. Your family is sure to enjoy the stars as you settle in for an evening of story telling and S'mores by the campfire. A perfect pastime to end a day of family fun & activities.

Bring your family and your friends! Join in the fun! Relax as you surround yourself in nature or join in our planned activities for “kids” of all ages. See our Activity schedule on the 2014 Themed Weekends page. Make your Reservations early so you don't miss out on all the fun!

La Junta KOA
26680 Highway 50  La Junta, Colorado
7 CampedThere Reviews

Straddling the Santa Fe Trail , this High Plains campground lies just minutes from Bent's Old Fort National Historic Site . Costumed interpreters welcome you to the reconstructed adobe-walled trading post, once a gathering place for adventurers, explorers and Arapaho warriors. In La Junta, the Koshare Indian Museum houses one of the world's most varied collections of Native American art and artifacts, as well as hosting Indian dances many summer evenings. A half hour south, Picketwire Canyon features the largest known trackway of dinosaur footprints in North America. It's located just 30 minutes from John Martin Reservoir , which has great fishing. Back at KOA, pick up some La Junta souvenirs and from around the area at the campground store. Cool off in the swimming pool and relax in the rec room, where you can read, watch TV or play pool, cards and games.

Limon KOA
575 Colorado Avenue  Limon, Colorado
8 CampedThere Reviews

Let the romance of Colorado's High Plains capture you. Take a rest from your travels at this beautiful, clean and quiet park. Ninety minutes from Denver and Colorado Springs along I-70, the campground is at the crossroads of several highways. Visit Limon Railroad Park or relax in this gracious community. Let the staff help you with your plans to tour Colorado. Enjoy the playground, bike rentals and swimming pool (seasonal). An activity room can be rented as a meeting room for groups and summer pancake breakfasts. Pets are welcome. Even your horse will enjoy its stay at the KOA Corral. Everything is easy here, with long, wide, flat pull thrus and Kabins with heat/AC. The store has RV supplies, groceries and gifts. Cable and Wi-Fi are free! Restrooms closed November 19 to January 31.

Montrose / Black Canyon Nat'l Park KOA
200 Cedar Avenue  Montrose, Colorado
9 CampedThere Reviews

The Montrose/Black Canyon KOA offers a relaxing, friendly atmosphere and is the highest-rated RV Park in Montrose. Located 15 minutes from Black Canyon National Park and within walking distance of many downtown historical sights. We're "Big-Rig Friendly" with RV sites up to 75 feet and all 50 amp service. You'll love our free Wi-Fi, cable TV, grassy sites and sparkling pool. Groups and reunions can take advantage of our outdoor pavilion with gas BBQ grill. We look forward to seeing you and we'll make you feel welcome under our beautiful Colorado skies!

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