6 Tips For Camping In Rocky Mountain National Park
Be watchful of fires—they can be a big problem if not extinguished properly
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Don’t be surprised if you see elk in your campground! Just make sure not to approach them and give them space
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Be prepared for cool nights with plenty of layers and blankets
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Reserve your campground several months in advance and check the website often for updates
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If you’re planning on backcountry camping, be flexible on where you want to stay since you might not be granted your chosen spot
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Consider going on the off season in either May or September. It’s cooler weather-wise, but you have fewer crowds
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