Ten Weed-Friendly Cabins, Campgrounds and RV Parks

Breathe in America (and some OG Kush) before roasting those marshmallows.
Breathe in America (and some OG Kush) before roasting those marshmallows. Jacqueline Collins

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click to enlarge Savor the views at Rocky Mountain National Park. - COURTESY OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK/D. FRITZE
Savor the views at Rocky Mountain National Park.
Courtesy of Rocky Mountain National Park/D. Fritze
Rustic River Cabins
2550 U.S. Highway 34, Drake
You can vaporize cannabis in any of the nine cabins at Rustic River and smoke as much as you want outside on the grounds. Located near Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park, the fifteen-acre site has walking trails, a community campfire and a picnic area. The cabins were built in the 1940s and feature wood-burning fireplaces and cool old Western decor, but are updated with wi-fi and electricity.

Fort420 Campground
1277 Juarez Road, Fort Garland
Located just outside of the Culebra Range and Trinchera Peak in southern Colorado, Fort420 has several different no-frills camping plots for cannabis users, who can smoke, vape and consume as they please in the open-area camp space.

Wizards 420 Friendly Camp
Location shared after registration
Blanca, CO
Wizards 420 Friendly Camp has six different spaces for camping and RVs, all of which are cannabis-friendly. About twenty miles from both San Luis State Park and Great Sand Dunes National Park, this privately operated camping space is minutes from Mount Blanca and relatively easy to access by vehicle. The campsite is booked through Hipcamp.

Little Elk Meadows Lodge
12307 U.S. Highway 36, Lyons
Little Elk Meadows Lodge has several 4/20-friendly camping sites for cannabis users in a lush area off Highway 36 in between Lyons and Estes Park. And for those wanting to take a night off from sleeping under the stars without sacrificing their toking activities, Little Elk Meadows also rents a two-bedroom walk-out basement suite, which is also pot-friendly.

First Inn
260 East Pagosa Street, Pagosa Springs
Yes, the First Inn is pot-friendly (though you can only vape inside, and smoke at outdoor smoking areas), but the real amenity is its location: Pagosa Springs is essentially engulfed by the Rio Grande and San Juan national forests and right next to Squaretop Mountain and Blackhead Peak. So you can tip your dab pen, order in a pizza and enjoy a little air-conditioning after a day full of hiking. You deserve it.

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