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Spring & Summer Activities in Colorado

We know that Colorado is a top winter destination for avid skiers and snowboarders, but what happens when all of the snow melts? If you’re planning a spring or summer getaway to Colorado, fortunately for you, Colorado continues to be a popular vacation destination year-round due to its spectacular attractions and activities.

Hiking & National Parks

Colorado has some of the best hiking trails and national parks in the country. Choose from Rocky Mountain National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve, Garden of the Gods, or other amazing parks for some of the most mesmerizing views and experiences out there.

A few resorts from our list of the Top 5 Ski Resorts in Colorado offer great hiking trails throughout the spring and summer, as well. Some of these resorts are just as entertaining as they are in winter– offering mountain tours, zip-lining, summer tubing, mountain coasting, and other exciting outdoor activities for the whole family.

Camping

With all of its breathtaking mountains and national parks, you can safely bet that Colorado features some of the best campgrounds in the US. Here’s a list to help you choose from some of the most beautiful places to go camping in Colorado.

Kayaking

Throughout the US, Colorado is known as the go-to place for kayaking and whitewater rafting for beginners and experts – featuring an abundance of lakes, rivers, and streams. You can take a look at all of your kayaking and whitewater adventure options in Colorado here.

You’re able to choose from a ton of group-guided tours but if you decide to go solo, remember to be careful, as some of these waters are more challenging and stronger than others.

Fly Fishing

Fly fishing is quite popular in Colorado since Colorado has some of the country’s best trout streams. If you’re planning on fishing during your trip, take a look at the top 10 fly fishing rivers in Colorado.

Baseball & Coors Field

Coors Field is the home of the Colorado Rockies, a professional baseball team in Major League Baseball (MLB). Coors Field is known throughout MLB as the ‘easiest’ park to hit a home run, due to its high elevation, so expect to watch some exciting home runs at your next Rockies game. A trip to Coors Field will make for great family fun while in Colorado.

Colorado certainly has a lot to offer in both spring and summertime. If you’re planning a trip to Colorado, remember to book all ground travel through GroundLink for guaranteed on-time car service and airport pickup.

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