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Season Dates
Current Status - Open Through 31 Dec 2024
Off
01 May 2024 - 23 May 2024
Peak
24 May 2024 - 30 Sep 2024
Off
01 Oct 2024 - 30 Nov 2024
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Alerts and Important Information
You must have your confirmation letter either printed or on your phone when you arrive at the park. For all cabins, yurts, and tipis: Your access code will be on your confirmation letter and you must have it in order to enter your cabin, yurt, or tipi. Park staff may not be available to assist you when you arrive on the park, so be sure to have this code with you.
In order to receive a senior discount, primary occupant must be 64+ AND hold a valid Aspen Leaf, Columbine, Centennial, Blue Spruce, or Volunteer Senior pass at the time of reservation AND upon arrival at the park. If your pass is on sage green or bright orange paper with a handwritten expiration date it, you must exchange your pass for one issued through the system at any CPW location prior to making the reservation in order to receive your discount.
Reservation fees DO NOT include parks pass entrance fees. All vehicles must have a valid parks pass in order to access the park. Annual passes may be purchased at the time of your reservation or online, by phone, at sales agents, or CPW offices and parks. Daily vehicle and individual/walk-in parks passes may be purchased upon arrival at the park.
Campsites: For 2010, campsites may be reserved May 28th through September 12th. Reservations are strongly recommended. Due to trees and turning radius, please adhere to RV length recommendations at campsites. All tents and equipment must be set up on high use pads (14' x 14'). Maximum number of vehicles per site is two. Dogs are allowed but must be leashed and under control at all times. Due to the popularity of the park, campsite moves are not allowed during the peak summer season. Depending on snow conditions, first-come/first-serve camping may be available during May and October. Camping is not available during the winter months due to snow. Yurts: Pearl Lake yurts are reservable year around. From May 1st through November 30th, a two night minimum stay is required at the yurts. No minimum night stay is required from December 1st through April 30th. The road into Pearl Lake is closed November through April due to snow. Yurts are accessible during those months by snowshoe, cross-country skis or snowmobile. It is a 1/2 mile trail. During October and May, check with the Visitor Center for current road conditions. In addition to the camping and yurt fees, a vehicle park pass (annual or daily) is required on all vehicles entering the park. Park passes are not included in reservation fees and may be purchased at the park. For current conditions and information, contact the Visitor Center and 970-879-3922.
DUE TO PARK POPULARITY DURING THE SUMMER SEASON NO CAMPSITE MOVES ARE ALLOWED ONCE YOU ARRIVE AT THE PARK.
Closed for camping from october 31 through may 24, depending on snow conditions.

Payment of Fees

All camping and reservation fees must be paid in advance of occupancy or use of park facilities. Campers are responsible for all fees related to this policy. If you have any questions about reservations, please call the ASPIRA Call Center at (800) 244-5613.

Beginning July 1, 2023, all Full Hookup, Cabin, Yurt, and Electric site types will be subject to a Lodging Tax per the Department of Revenue. This tax is paid to the county in which the park is located and is not retained by Colorado Parks and Wildlife.

Reservation fees DO NOT include parks pass entrance fees. All vehicles must have a valid park pass in order to access the park. Annual passes may be purchased at the time of your reservation or online, by phone, at sales agents, or CPW offices and parks. Daily vehicle and individual/walk-in park passes may be purchased with cash or check (self-serve, no attendant) upon arrival at the park.

By making a reservation with Colorado Parks and Wildlife, you are agreeing to read and abide by all rules stated in this purchase flow and on the confirmation letter.

Reservations are strongly recommended. Due to trees and turning radius, please adhere to RV length recommendations at campsites. All tents and equipment must be set up on high use pads (14' x 14'). Maximum number of vehicles per site is two. Dogs are allowed but must be leashed and under control at all times. Due to the popularity of the park, campsite moves are not allowed during the peak summer season. Depending on snow conditions, first-come/first-serve camping may be available during May and October. Camping is not available during the winter months due to snow.

Yurts: Pearl Lake yurts are reservable year around. A two night minimum stay is required at the yurts. The road into Pearl Lake is closed November through April due to snow. Yurts are accessible during those months by snowshoe, cross-country skis or snowmobile. It is a 1/2 mile trail. During October and May, check with the Visitor Center for current road conditions.

In addition to the camping and yurt fees, a vehicle park pass (annual or daily) is required on all vehicles entering the park. Park passes are not included in reservation fees and may be purchased at the park.

For current conditions and information, contact the Visitor Center and 970-879-3922.

Please use www.cpwshop.com to make, cancel, or change reservations or make any license, pass, or retail purchases. ReserveAmerica.com has limited functionality for CPW customers.

Per CPW regulation, no individual may camp or park a motor vehicle, trailer or camper on a state park for more than fourteen (14) days in any twenty-eight (28) day period on a single park. For the purposes of this regulation, an individual is defined as any person who has occupied a site, whether or not they are formally listed on the reservation as the reserving party or primary occupant.

Any reservations made with one or more days outside of the 6-month reservation window will be frozen to changes for 14 days from the date the reservation was made.
NO-SHOW Policy
If you do not arrive to the park within 24 hours of your scheduled check in time and do not notify the park that you will be arriving late, your site may be resold and may not be available when you arrive. The fees for any nights passed are non-refundable.

Changes and Cancellations
  • Cancellations or changes may be made online 24 hours a day 7 days a week, or through the Aspira Call Center at 1-800-244-5613.
  • Reservations where one or more dates fall outside of the 6-month booking window are frozen for 14 days.
  • Cancellations:
    • If the cancellation is made 28 days or more prior to the arrival date, 25% of the fee for 1 night or day-use permit will be retained
    • If the cancellation is made 8-27 days prior to the arrival date, 50% of the fee for 1 night or day-use permit will be retained.
    • If the cancellation is made 7 days or less prior to the arrival date, 100% of the fee for 1 night or day-use permit will be retained.
    • If a reservation is cancelled at any time after the arrival date, any nights prior to the cancellation are NON-REFUNDABLE
  • Changes:
    • If a change in the reservation is made 28 days or more prior to the arrival date, 10% of the fee for one night or day-use permit will be retained.
    • If a change in the reservation is made 8-27 days prior to the arrival date, 15% of the fee for one night or day-use permit will be retained.
    • If a change in the reservation is made 7 days or less prior to arrival, 20% of the fee for one night or day-use permit will be retained.
    • If the change in the reservation dates is made between the day after the arrival date and the departure date, the fees for any nights or days passed are NON-REFUNDABLE.
    • There is no additional fee to add days to a reservation.
    • The reservation holder is responsible for any difference in use fees.
  • Customers who wish to receive a refund outside of these rules will need to contact the park at which they have the reservation directly.
  • No exceptions to the refund policy will be given for bugs, bad weather, campfire bans, water conditions (including water levels, boat ramp or swim beach closures, and algae)!
  • If the original reservation was made directly with the park, any refunds resulting from changes/cancellations will be issued via personal check and may take up to 90 days from the date of the change/cancellation to be processed.
Notes
Colorado Parks and Wildlife reserves the right, when necessary, to modify any reservation policies.
Please practice Leave No Trace principles!

  • Plan Ahead and Prepare
  • Travel and Camp on Durable Surfaces
  • Dispose of Waste Properly
  • Leave What You Find
  • Minimize Campfire Impacts
  • Respect Wildlife
  • Be Considerate of Others

    For more information: https://lnt.org/why/7-principles/
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