Nothing can beat the great outdoors. Especially in about mid-March, when I’m thoroughly sick of the great indoors and yearning for time in nature. That’s when we start planning our summer camping trips.
No reservations required for open camping on Bureau of Land Management land. But if you prefer the luxury of a pit toilet with a door, versus a pit in the pines, head on over to Colorado Parks and Wildlife to secure your spot now. More than one third of Colorado’s 100,000 square miles — featuring more than 4,000 state managed campsites — belongs to the people.
– Lisa Cutter, SLJ 100 Communications