Get ready … summer’s coming
Rancho del Rio, on the Colorado River near Bond and State Bridge, offers relaxed riverside camping and easy access for boating and floating. Click on the picture for more info.
SUMMIT COUNTY — Driving along the Dillon Dam Road between Frisco and Dillon this past weekend , I saw Forest Service rangers and campground hosts preparing the Heaton Bay campground for opening. Even though it snowed like crazy through April, the wintry weather will end one of these days, so that means it’s time to dig through the shed or garage and dust off the tent and the sleeping bag. Check out the rest of this photoblog with a little bit of info on some of our favorite spots to enjoy a lazy summer day. Most of the photos are links to more information about the camping areas.
Hot dogs taste best this way.
Alpenglow at a 'secret spot' in the Eagles Nest Wilderness, high in the Gore Range. Click on the picture to learn a bit more about this wilderness area. PHOTO BY LEIGH WADDEN.
Morning coffee in the backcountry of Great Sand Dunes National Park. Click for more.
En route to a backcountry campsite in the Snake River drainage near Keystone, Colorado.
Chihuahua Gulch campsite. Click for more.
Colorado National Monument.
Car camping at Green Mountain Reservoir.
Nothing like waking up outside under a clear blue Colorado sky.
Dylan makes some morning coffee for his dad at a Green Mountain Reservoir campsite.
Rest stop along the Wheeler Lakes Trail.
Wheeler Lakes campsite, Eagles Nest Wilderness. Colorado.
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