Rollinsville is a quint mountain community tucked between Nederland and Black Hawk on Highway 119. The downtown section of Rollinsville, if you can call it that, consists of a few businesses, including a liquor store, resaurant and a market.
There were 181 residents reported in 2010. The central part of town lies across from County Road 16, which leads 8 miles to the Moffat Tunnel.
Recreation – Biking, camping, hiking and off-highway-vehicles are common activities around Moffat Tunnel and Rollins Pass East.
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Camping by Moffat Tunnel in Rollinsville – Tucked away in the Roosevelt National Forest, the Moffat Tunnel used to offer trips through the Continental Divide. Now it’s widely popular for outdoor recreation, mainly camping, hiking, biking and off-highway-vehicles…
Camping at West Magnolia in Nederland – Situated only a few miles south of Nederland, West Magnolia offers twenty-two free campsites surrounded by gorgeous, high-alpine views. There are eight miles of multi-use trails that are open to hiking, biking and horseback riding…