|Facilities: There are numerous campgrounds within the Routt-Medicine Bow National Forest.|
Best Time To Visit: The Routt-Medicine Bow Forest is open year-round to visitors. There are normally long, snowy winters and short, cool summers.
Fees: The Routt-Medicine Bow National Forest is open and free of charge. Fees and permits may be required for some activities and locations.
Accessibility: The Routt-Medicine Bow National Forest offers a number of recreational facilities designed with accessibility in mind for persons with disabilities.
Rules: Pets and Animals Pets must be restrained or on a leash at all times while in developed recreation areas. Pets (except guide dogs) are not allowed in swimming areas or sanitary facilities. Saddle or pack animals are only allowed where authorized by posted instructions.
Directions: The Routt-Medicine Bow National forest occupies a unique setting in Northwest Colorado. The Continental Divide follows the Park Range from the Wyoming border to Rabbit Ears Pass, a popular summer recreation area.
Map: Click here for a map to Routt-Medicine Bow National Forest
Reservations: While many campgrounds at the Routt-Medicine Bow National Forest are on a first-come basis, you can make reservations for some campgrounds.