Camping in Colorado is always fabulous, but there's something extra-magical about Rifle Falls, a lush, 48-acre park located thirty miles northwest of Glenwood Springs. Skip the site's thirteen drive-in RV and tent campsites, and opt instead for one of seven walk-in spots laid out alongside East Rifle Creek. All campsites have a table, fire pit and bear-proof storage boxes, and some have electrical hookups, too. For all you glampers out there, restrooms and water pumps are available near the parking lot. The best thing about this campground is an easy-to-moderate hiking trail connecting campers to a seventy-foot triple waterfall overlooking limestone caves. For a longer trek, follow signs to the fish hatchery. Pets are allowed in the campground but must be on a six-foot-or-shorter leash. Rifle Falls is open year-round, and reservations can be made up to six months in advance when camping between April 1 and October 31.