The National Park Service (NPS) announced last week that Rocky Mountain National Park will modify its entrance fees to provide additional funding for infrastructure and maintenance needs that enhance the visitor experience. Effective June 1, all of the park’s passes will increase. Rocky Mountain National Park is unique in that it offers a Day Pass. Rocky will continue to offer the Day Pass, it will increase from $20 to $25. The Seven-Day Vehicle Pass will increase from $30 to $35, the Seven-Day
Horsetooth Reservoir is one of the busiest boating destinations in Colorado, and the South Bay Boat Ramp at Horsetooth Reservoir often reaches capacity on weekends and holidays during the hotter months.