It Will Be More Expensive To Camp, Hunt and Fish in Colorado in 2019
posted by: Guest Blogger
It will be more expensive to hunt and fish in Colorado next year—especially if you live out of state. Campers and hikers will be paying more too. Starting Jan. 1, there will be varying increases to licenses and annual park passes.
Colorado’s 41 state parks are unique in their locations, landscapes and activities. While each park will work to make their most needed improvements and upgrades, you may expect changes such as additional staff on site, picnic area improvements, updated directional and interpretive signage and added educational programs.
With over 4,000 campsites across 37 parks, from primitive sites to full hookups, CPW offers camping experiences for everyone. Funding from camping fees may allow parks to provide upgraded pads, recruit additional camp hosts, or increased connectivity.
Residential license prices haven’t been raised since 2005, in part because it’s required that Colorado Parks and Wildlife to go in front of the legislature to ask for any changes.