Colorado Parks and Wildlife campgrounds opened to camping at most state parks beginning Tuesday. This will be a phased approach to reopening with campgrounds starting at 50 percent capacity. Agency staff is finalizing reopening plans, and ask visitors to State Parks to remain flexible in their travel plans as it works with counties and local public health orders to open safely and cooperatively.

Colorado counties, municipalities, and land management agencies continue to update their COVID-19 guidance including travel restrictions, road closures, and access limitations on a regular basis. Colorado Parks and Wildlife reminds anglers, hunters, and all other outdoor recreationists that it is the responsibility to research and understand the specific guidance, ordinances and restrictions in place for any planned local recreation.

As camping becomes available, playgrounds, picnic areas, and camping facilities (including yurts and cabins) at Colorado's state parks will likely remain unavailable. Closures will be posted online and at the park until facilities reopen.

Colorado Parks and wildlife visitor centers, service centers and offices are also continuing to restrict access to the public. Restrictions and closures remain subject to change.