Ami's Acres Campground
50235 Highway 6
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Clean economical family park. Off the beaten path, yet close to town and activities. RV and tent camping. Bathrooms with showers. March to November.

Bear's Den
4341 County Road 117
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Cozy cottage on wooded private property along Four Mile Creek. Centrally located between downtown and Sunlight Mountain resort. 1 bedroom, 1 bath, sleeps 4. Kitchen, cable TV, wireless internet, private patio. Pets welcome.

Four Mile Creek Bed & Breakfast
6471 County Road 117
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Four Mile Creek runs year round through this historic property. We offer two log cabins that sleep up to four, a suite in the Red Barn and two rooms in the main house. Full hot breakfasts, wireless internet and lots of fresh air are included in our rates.

Glenwood Canyon Resort
1308 County Road 129
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Lodging & camping on the Colorado River in majestic Glenwood Canyon just 2 miles from Glenwood Springs. On site bar & grill, event center, zipline, rafting, ropes course, climbing wall, biking, hiking, gold medal fishing. Private river access. Free shuttle. WiFi.

High Canyon Adventures
66418 Highway 6
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Family owned retreat on historic ranch in gorgeous Glenwood Canyon, far from traffic and everyday life. Great variety of accommodations. Personalized activities and service for groups, small or large.

Red Mountain Inn
51637 Highway 6
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Minutes from downtown and Glenwood's attractions. WI FI, pet friendly, package deals. Cabins with kitchens & fireplaces, kitchenettes, standard rooms. Hot tub, seasonal pool.

The Hideout Cabins & Campground
1293 County Road 117
Glenwood Springs,CO 81601 4533
Scenic and spacious with trees, wildlife and a creek 3 miles from downtown Glenwood. RV, tent sites; cabins with kitchens. Weekly, monthly rentals include utilities. Owners are on site. Showers. No pets.

Camping in the White River National Forest
Surround yourself with natural beauty and fresh air with a camping trip in the White River National Forest. Remember to tread lightly, stay on designated roads, pack out trash, respect wildlife and be courteous to others enjoying Colorado’s outdoors. Facilities vary at each campground. Be sure to check with the White River National Forest online or in Glenwood Springs for maps and information before heading into the backcountry.

Sweetwater Campground
Sweetwater Campground is located at an elevation of 7,740 feet on the south end of Sweetwater Lake. The campground offers guests nine partially shaded sites with picnic tables and fire ring grills. Sites are relatively small and can accommodate vehicles up to 30 feet in length. With the Ute Trail and Cross Creek Trail nearby, Sweetwater Lake is popular for hiking and horseback riding. The lake is a favorite for fishermen who have good luck with Kokanee salmon, Brook, Brown and Rainbow trout. Boaters are welcome, but gas-powered motors are prohibited on the lake.

Coffee Pot Spring Campground
Coffee Pot Spring Campground is located on a south-facing slope at the edge of an aspen, spruce and fir forest overlooking an open meadow and three snowcapped mountain ranges. Each site has a fairly level driveway capable of accommodating RVs or vehicles with trailers less than 30 feet long. Six of the sites are in the open and three are partially shaded.

Deep Lake Campground
At an elevation of 10,580 feet, subalpine Deep Lake Campground is on the east side of 37-acre Deep Lake. Located in a sparse spruce and fir forest, the campground has views of Deep Lake and subalpine meadows. Deep Lake Campground is the largest and one of the most popular in this region. It has 35 sites with picnic tables, fire ring grills and level gravel driveways that can generally accommodate an RV 35 feet and under in length.

White Owl Lake Campground
There are six campsites at the subalpine 10,600 foot White Owl Lake Campground, three are lakeside and designated by fire rings, the other three are partially shaded sites accessible by a rough road to the left. Most of the sites can accommodate vehicles and trailers 30 feet long or less. The Colorado Division of Wildlife stocks Brook trout in Owl Lake, making this a popular destination for shore and boat fishing.

White River National Forest
900 Grand Avenue
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Phone: 970-945-2521