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Colorado Visit koa.com 43 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/fort-collins-north RESERVATIONS 800-562-8142 INFO 970-568-7486 4821 E County Road 70, PO Box 130 Wellington, CO 80549 14 25 Denver Cheyenne Ft. Collins Wellington 9 mi. 3 mi. Exit 269 Exit 278 Exit 281 ® 15 Grand Junction If you love outdoor activities, this KOA on the south side of Grand Junction is for you! From the Colorado National Monument, with its unusual rock formations and hiking trails, and the Grand Mesa, with its fi shing, ATV trails and hiking trails, to the Black Canyon of the Gunnison— there is something for almost everyone. Discover desert hiking, biking and ATV trails (similar to Moab) nearby. About one hour from KOA, visit the Grand Mesa National Forest or Uncompahgre National Forest. Be sure to stop by some of the wineries or brewpubs for a taste of western Colorado. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 80 ft. Your hosts: Curt, Ana, Steven, Mary and Sherry. I-70 E'bnd Exit 26: Right on Hwy 50, follow road signs to Montrose to stay on US 50, about 9 miles to KOA. I-70 W'bnd Exit 37: 1 mile turn left on Hwy 141 (Wendy's), 5.5 miles turn right on Hwy 50, 3.5 miles, KOA on left. Make U-turn at fairgrounds and come back. GPS: N39.034728, W108.529683 OPEN ALL YEAR koa.com/camp/grand-junction RESERVATIONS 800-562-1510 • INFO 970-242-2527 2819 US Highway 50, Grand Junction, CO 81503 FORT COLLINS AREA 14 Fort Collins North/Wellington College town Fort Collins and cowpoke town Cheyenne, Wyoming, are both close enough to explore in the same day from this rural campground along I-25 near the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains (fantastic views!). Browse the shops, galleries, breweries and restaurants in Fort Collins' Old Town and tour the massive Budweiser plant. Cheyenne hosts Frontier Days every year in late July, and you can visit the Frontier Days Old West Museum and Store all year. Boat and picnic at Horsetooth Reservoir, hidden behind the bluf s overlooking Fort Collins. Hike, fi sh and raft in the Poudre Canyon or golf at nearby courses. Relax in the rec room with cable TV or a book. Play horseshoes, basketball, or volleyball; rent bikes; swim in the pool; and enjoy the playground. Cook outdoors at the Camping Kitchen or gather a group at the pavilion. This KOA of ers a large pet walk for dogs, and a corral and pasture for your horses. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 75 ft. Off I-25 at Exit 281 on the east side, Owl Canyon Road. FORT COLLINS AREA 13 Fort Collins/Poudre Canyon A campsite here puts you within easy reach of one of Colorado's most scenic river valleys. Highway 14 winds along the Cache La Poudre River deep into the Rocky Mountains. The river is a favorite for whitewater rafters and kayakers; you'll also fi nd turnouts where you can picnic and fi sh. Several hiking, biking and four-wheeling trails climb the valley walls. Your hosts can show you a little-used route from Poudre Canyon into nearby Rocky Mountain National Park, back through Big Thompson Canyon. At the Fort Collins/Poudre Canyon KOA, relax with a swim, a game of Ping-Pong and a romp with the kids in the playground. Pool: Memorial Wknd–Labor Day Wknd. Max pull thru: 100 ft. Exit 269B to Riverside (3.3 miles), right on Riverside (1 mile), then right on US Hwy 287, 10 miles to the park, across from the Shell station. 287 287 14 14 1 25 6.4 mi. To Laramie, Wyo. (Scenic Route) 3.3 mi. 3.4 mi. FORT COLLINS Exit 269B Exit 278 Wellington To Cheyenne Riverside Ave. 10 mi. ® May 1 — September 30 koa.com/camp/fort-collins-poudre-canyon RESERVATIONS 800-562-2648 INFO 970-493-9758 6670 North US Highway 287, PO Box 600 Laporte, CO 80535 50 141 70 70 70 70 Grand Junction Exit 26 Exit 37 5.5 mi 3.2 mi. 3.3 mi. 6.3 mi. ® G u n n i s o n R . C o l o r a d o R .

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