COLORADO STATE PARKS are some of a treasure-filled state’s hidden treasures. Here are a few popular State Parks you won’t want to miss — and out of the way State Parks that offer lots of opportunities, from pioneer camping sites to historic mine settings.
1. Vega State Park
Vega State Park is tucked out of the way off I-70 on the state’s western slope. Once you are there in its 1823 acres, there is plenty of it to explore. You’ll wind through a mountainous scenic drive. The park offers a selection of camping options, from a pioneer set-up to cabins to tradition tent sites.