Colorado Visitor's Guide

Gunnison National Forest, Colorado
Why It’s Cool: Gunnison National Forest has 3,000 miles of trails, 1.6 million acres of public land, plenty of places to fish, and some of the best views of the Rocky Mountains. Don't leave without checking out Black Canyon. It’s an incredibly steep, beautiful gorge that has a killer view of the Painted Wall, Colorado’s highest cliff.

Where to Camp: There 30 campsites with a variety of landscapes: open meadows, evergreen forests, mountains, and lakes. If you want to get off the grid, Gunnison also allows dispersed camping.

When It’s Open: Campgrounds vary by season and location. Dispersed camping can be done year-round.

Cost: Prices also vary per campground but typically run around $18 per day; dispersed camping is free. For more information, visit the park's website.

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