Rio Grande National Forest Guide

Colorado’s San Luis Valley is home to the 1.86-million-acre Rio Grande National Forest. This forest near Del Norte, Colorado, contains the world’s largest agricultural alpine valley and one of the world's largest high deserts. The Rio Grande River runs through it, and the Continental Divide runs along its western border. 

Shape Hiking Trails

Rio Grande National Forest Hiking Trails

Things to Do

Activities in Rio Grande National Forest

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How to get to Rio Grande National Forest

Address: North Clear Creek Falls Observation Site, Rio Grande National Forest, Forest Rd 510.3B, Creede, CO 81130

Fee: Entry fee $0

There are several reasons to bring your RV when visiting the Rio Grande National Forest. First, this area has some of the darkest skies in America, and you will not want to miss them. Secondly, this area is remote. Therefore, finding accommodations can be very rough. Most importantly, staying in one of this national forest’s many campgrounds allows you to be close to all the action.