Colorado is the state you want to go to if you are looking for a big adventure! White water rafting, hiking, fishing, and an abundance of farm-to-table dining – the excitement never ends in Colorado.
If you are looking to up the ante on your adventure, definitely consider glamping in Colorado. Colorado glamping will allow you to experience the great outdoors, but with the comforts of resort amenities. For your convenience, we have picked out some amazing Colorado glamping sites that I think you will love!
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45044 W U.S. 50, Cañon City, CO 81212
Family Glamping – Glamping Tents – Luxury Cabins – Electricity – Wifi – Shared & Private Bathroom
You and your family will create amazing Colorado memories with a stay at the Echo Canyon Campground. You can choose to stay in a luxury canvas glamping tent or a luxury cabin. The glamping tents come with one or two queen beds, luxury linens, electricity, wifi, cooling and heating, private deck with patio furniture and fire ring. The tents do not have private bathrooms or running water, so will have to use the shared bathhouse. The cabins sleep two to four in either a single king cabin or a double king cabin. The cabins have TVs, private bathrooms, kitchens, private patios and gas fireplaces.
Located in the heart of Royal Gorge County, you are near many Colorado activities, like white water rafting, fishing, Royal Gorge Bridge and Park, historic train rides and more. To take advantage of all the local adventure, you can book a Stay & Play Package like the Raft-n-Rail Package or the Raft-n-Bridge Package. Hungry? Across the road from camp is 8 Mile Bar & Grill for yummy grub and microbrews.
8992 Co Rd 6, Granby, CO 80446
Family Glamping – Glamping Tents – Glamping Tipis – Cabins – Lodge Units – Camp Activities – Onsite Bar – Private & Shared Bathrooms
At Arapaho Valley Ranch your family has the option to experience the great outdoors with a stay in either a tipi, glamping tent or cabin. The tipis are 20-feet and can sleep up to four with a queen bed, two cots and super colorful blankets and bedding. There are five tipis surrounding a community fire pit and all five tipis can be rented out to accommodate large families or groups. The Miner’s Camp Tents are lakeside and sleep two to four guests with a queen bed and two cots. The same amenities as the tipis apply, however each tent has its own fire pit rather than a community pit. There are two cabins onsite, the Kiowa Cabin and the Watanga Cabin. The Kiowa is a historical 1900’s cabin that can sleep up to four with one queen bed and a queen sleeper sofa. The Watanga is better for larger families with four bedrooms, 3 queen beds and a set of bunk beds and full bathroom. Additionally, there are four lodge units available all with queen beds, but only one of them has their own private bathroom.
Onsite, you have access to the Lodge House that is home to Colorado’s smallest bar, The Red Dog Saloon, as well as two living rooms for relaxing by the fireplace. There is also an onsite Trout pond, great for beginner fishermen and Arapaho Valley Ranch offers free canoe rentals for guests to use on Little Indian Lake. Located in Grand County and just two hours from Denver, the ranch is surrounded by the Arapaho National Forest, which means this Colorado glamping site has plenty of hiking trails to explore.
50014 Road 38, Dolores, CO 81323
Glamping Tents – Private Bathrooms – Complimentary Bike Rentals – Fishing – Meals Included – Sauna
This former cattle ranch dates back to the 1800’s and is now used as a fun Colorado glamping site with 8 glamping tents, the original farmhouse, and the lounge tent. The Mountain Tents are nestled in surrounding mountains with king beds, en-suit bathroom with a 6-foot soaker tub/shower, hot running water and towel warmers while the River Tents with the same amenities are located along the Dolores River.
Onsite, each tent gets two bikes for exploring the campsite or taking on nearby trails. You can also enjoy trout fishing onsite in the river. Many hiking trails enter the Dunton River Camp and the guest services will drive you to any trailhead nearby. Dunton River Camp is happy to book private activities like horseback riding, rock climbing, mountaineering, fishing and more. Meals are included in your nightly rate and feature fresh locally sourced food paired with delicious wines from California, Australia, Tuscany and their local Sutcliffe Vineyards. After a long day exploring and filling up on a good meal, you can decompress in the onsite sauna.
700 Red Sandstone Rd, Vail, CO 81657
Family Glamping – Glamping Tents – Cabins – Onsite Restaurant – Camp Activities
Located on the banks of the Piney River, this Colorado glamping experience offers six lakefront cabins and three glamping tents. The large cabins sleep up to eight guests with two bedrooms, one with a queen bed and a separate bedroom with two sets of bunk beds. The cabins also feature a kitchenette, private porch and grill. The small cabins sleep up to four guests with a queen bed and one set of bunk beds, and also features a kitchenette, private porch and grill. The glamping tents sleep up to four with a queen bed and two twin beds, wood burning stove and private deck.
Onsite, you can enjoy the Lodge Restaurant & Bar with a full-service menu featuring bbq specialities and salads. Camp activities include horsebacking, fly-fishing, canoeing, paddle boarding, hiking and more.
4098 CO-131, Wolcott, CO 81655
Glamping Tents – Complimentary Breakfast – Complimentary Wine – Complimentary S’Mores – Private & Shared Bathroom – Onsite Dining
At Collective Vail you get to enjoy the outdoors with all the luxuries of a resort. The Summit Tent has electricity and features a king bed with 1,500 count linens and private en-suite bathroom. The Journey features a queen bed or two twins with 1,000 count linens and a wood burning stove. The Journey does not have a private bathroom, but does have access to a shared bathroom.
Onsite, you can enjoy any meal of the day at Three Peaks Lodge, including your complimentary breakfast. Meals are farm to table and require a reservation if you are planning on dining at the restaurant (the concierge can also have your meals delivered to your tent if you prefer a more private dining experience). Everyday from 4:00pm to 5:00pm you are invited to a complimentary Sage Social Hour to enjoy wines from the ranch’s winery. Also be sure to try the craft cocktails served in cute mason jars! On the ranch you can go horseback riding, wine tasting, fly fishing, guided white water rafting, zip lining and more.
That’s A Wrap!
There’s no doubt that after reading about these amazing glamping Colorado sites that you want to get packing. Now the hard part, where do you choose to stay? Well, with so many great options, you can’t go wrong. If you love glamping and just can’t get enough, check out my glamping guides from other locations.
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