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State Forest State Park

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56750 Hwy 14
Walden, CO 80480

Northwest of Rocky Mountain National Park
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8,000 feet and up feet


The Colorado State Forest offers visitors 71,000 acres of unaltered forest, jagged peaks and alpine lakes - a true backcountry hiking, camping or hunting experience. Trout fishing and pristine mountain scenery add to the attractions.

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Open year-round

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Take Colorado 14 west from Fort Collins for 75 miles across Cameron Pass.
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Rocky Mountain National ParkAt the edge of Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake is the deepest natural lake in Colorado, dipping to 265 feet. Fed by high mountain runoff, the lake is clear and pristine. In the summer, you can rent a boat, bring your own or simply enjoy the gentle lapping of the waves from the sandy shore. Grand Lake connects with Shadow Mountain Lake via a canal, and just down the road is Lake Granby, the second largest body of water in Colorado.
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