Roosevelt National Forest encompasses more than 800,000 acres in north-central Colorado. It borders the Arapaho National Forest and the State Forest State Park.
Biking, Boating, Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Picnicking, OHV Riding, Scenic Drives, Winter Rec – Cross Country Skiing, Snowmobiling, Snowshoeing
Cache La Poudre-North Park Byway – A 101-mile journey from Fort Collins to the vast valley of North Park, near Walden. Numerous camping, fishing and hiking opportunities along the drive.
Gould – Those there are no business in Gould, there’s a national forest access road and lots to do. Take Co Rd 21 from “downtown” and follow for recreation. Dispersed camping is everywhere and there are two campgrounds, Aspen and Pines a couple miles. Off highway vehicles are the most draw to this remote location. The ghost town of Teller City lies 8 miles back.
West Magnolia – Located two miles south of Nederland, West Magnolia features over twenty free campsites and miles of biking, hiking and horseback trails.
Map: Roosevelt (shown in red) (.png)
Motor Vehicle Use Maps: Large, PDF’s from the USFS. They show forest service roads and where dispersed camping is permitted.
- Boulder – Boulder, Nederland
- Canyon Lakes – North – Red Feather Lakes
- Canyon Lakes – South – Fort Collins, Loveland
- Canyon Lakes – Errata 1 – Walden
- Canyon Lakes – Errata 2 – Fort Collins
Roosevelt Campgrounds: Reservations