Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park offers the visitor spectacular views of the Rockies and a true natural wilderness to explore. There are 416 square miles of towering mountains, rushing streams, pristine lakes and impressive forests. To camp out in this park means you have the chance to really appreciate the beauty of the landscapes. Rocky Mountain camping is something you have to experience to believe.
You’ll love spotting the wildlife in their natural environment. The bighorn sheep climb the cliffs with agility, coyote may lurk in the forest and elk graze the meadows. Taking an all-day hike or a quiet stroll on an easy trail will allow you to take in all the beauty and tranquility of this mountain wonderland.
There are five campgrounds in the park where you can set up home base for your adventure. Some take reservations and some are first-come, first-served. You’ll find Rocky Mountain National Park is the ideal place to camp!
Length of Stay
Throughout the park, seven nights is the maximum stay limit at campgrounds from 1 June to 30 September. The rest of the year (at the year-round campgrounds), an additional 14 nights are permitted.
You can find a listing of all the campgrounds in Rocky Mountain National Park here.
Three campgrounds are open year round, while the two remaining campgrounds are open from May to September.
Fees for camping range from $14 to $20 per night depending on the season.