I am planning my annual Colorado camping vacation using some of the great resources available from the state, online and through our library. Perhaps some of them would help you, too!
State Parks Information and Camping Reservations
Official Map to Colorado Scenery and Adventure, CDOT
Colorado Wildlife Viewing Guide, 2000 – great resource for statewide locations for wildlife viewing, including camping, hiking, etc.
Fishing: Colorado Regulations and Property Directory
Fishing Guide, Division of Wildlife, 2006
Exploring Colorado State Parks, 1997 (Interesting information about parks in existence at that time.)
Messages in Stone: Colorado's Colorful Geology, 2003
Colorado Search and Rescue Fund (Purchase a card to help fund the program that reimburses search teams if you are lost.)
Search our online catalog for additional titles!
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