Shavano Wildlife Management Area

Shavano WMA, Salida, CO Shavano Wildlife Management Area is named after, “Mt. Shavano”, one of the many “fourteeners” that mountain climbers have put on their “to do” lists. The WMA lies at the south-western base of the mountain and serves as a launching point for hikers and climbers. It also offers some idyllic camping for boondockers ... Read more

Sacred White Shell Mountain

BLM Sacred White Shell Mountain, Camping The name, “Sacred White Shell Mountain” is a misnomer. The official name of the mountain is “Mt. Blanca”, or more affectionately known as, “Blanca Peak”, one of the many “fourteeners” that mountain climbers have on their to do list. The road leading up to the peak offers several places ... Read more

High North Campground, Grand Junction, CO

Rabbit Valley, High North Camping Area Rabbit Valley, Colorado is part of the greater McInnis Canyon National Conservation Area. Because it’s designated for use as an OHV (off-highway vehicle) area, you can expect to hear dirt bikes, quads, and side-by-sides running past your campsite all day long. Weekends are the heaviest times of the week, while ... Read more

BLM Road 4725

Boondocking at Canyons of the Ancients Canyons of the Ancients offers no developed or designated campgrounds. If you want to camp along one of its many canyons, you’re going to have to boondock. There isn’t a whole lot of boondocking available here, however. But where there are sites, they’re all found deep along its dirt roads. ... Read more

Free Camping at Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge

Free camping at Browns Park National Wildlife Refuge is available at two campgrounds found within the refuge. These campgrounds are the only camping options for visitors to Browns Park. Otherwise, there is no boondocking, dispersed...

A Guide to Boondocking in Colorado

Boondocking in Colorado! Boondocking in Colorado offers stunning natural beauty, with diverse landscapes ranging from snow-capped mountains to red rock canyons. The Rocky Mountain State is a popular destination for camping, hiking, biking, and kayaking. Boondocking in Colorado can be a rewarding way to experience the wilderness and save money, but it also requires some ... Read more

Dispersed Camping Near Great Sand Dunes National Park

Dispersed camping near Great Sand Dunes National Park is available depending on how far away you want to camp, and what kind of vehicle you have. There's something for everyone, and the good news is that there is plenty of space available.

Dispersed Camping Near Red Feather Lakes, CO

Dispersed camping near Red Feather Lakes, CO is kinda hard to come by due to local town officials and businesses pressuring the U.S. Forest Service to keep boondockers at a distance. But there are some dispersed camping sites...

Dispersed Camping Near Steamboat Springs, CO

Dispersed camping near Steamboat Springs, CO can be difficult to come by because there is little BLM or Forest Service land near the city. What federal land near town lies up in the mountains, some of which requires four wheel drive...

Dispersed Camping Near Silverton, CO

Dispersed camping near Silverton, CO can be found in numerous places due to the town being surrounded by U.S. Forest Service lands and BLM lands. Free camping and boondocking is plentiful near Silverton. Below we have assembled a list of...