Cheyenne Mountain State Park (Colorado Springs)
Gigantic mountains, fresh air and lots of greenery all around – Cheyenne Mountain State Park is a place that leaves a lasting impression on your soul. If you’re a nature lover, camping at one of its campgrounds is an experience that you just can’t miss out on. Out of all the campsites, 51 are full hook-up sites, while 10 of them are basic tent sites. Even if you want to camp here for a longer duration than the usual weekend trip, you can easily do so as there is a seasonal general store. If you run out of ice or firewood, or you need to get some snacks, you can simply stop by the store. There’s even coin-operated showers and laundry at this location. How utterly convenient is that! Also, if you’re looking for a spot for some dog friendly camping, then you can put Cheyenne Mountain State Park in your bucket list. Canine campers are welcome in most of its campgrounds and picnic areas. However, there are numerous wildlife species in the area. Hence, for everyone’s safety, you would need to keep your furkid on a leash at all times. It is also advisable to carry waste bags with you as you would have to clean up after them.
Difficult Campground (Aspen)
Difficult Campground provides some of the most beautiful vistas of the Colorado wilderness. However, the road that takes you to the campground may not be the best one out there. So, it is best to leave your RVs or large trailers behind at home while planning a camping trip at this location. Stick to tent camping and enjoy nature from up-close. Along with admiring the gorgeous sights, you can indulge in a number of exhilarating activities such as mountain biking, dirt biking, river rafting and fishing. Difficult Campground happens to be a pet friendly campground. So, if your canine family member loves nature as much as you do, then you can bring them along on the camping trip. We bet your little darling would love that. Just remember that there are bears and other wild animals in the area. Hence, it is best to keep your fur baby leashed at all times. And, to keep the area clean and desirable for other campers, make sure that you clean up after your pet.
Horsetooth Reservoir (Fort Collins)
More than six miles long, Horsetooth Reservoir has about a 100 waterfront sites for campers to pitch their tents at. Other than tents, campers can also take along their RVs for camping or rent a cabin. Full hook-up RV sites are limited in number. So, it is advisable for you to make reservations for yours well in advance. The reservoir and its surrounding areas provide the opportunity for you to engage in your favorite outdoor activities. Picnicking, swimming, scuba diving, boating, fishing or rock climbing – do whatever your heart desires. If you have a pupper and you want to take them with you on your camping trip, then Horsetooth Reservoir is a place that you can consider. It has a dog friendly campground. While camping at this location, there are certain pet related rules and regulations that you and your pooch would need to adhere to. Dogs must be on a leash at all times. The length of the leash must not be more than 10 feet. Also, dogs are not allowed at the swim beach.