Rifle Falls State Park Overview
Rifle Falls State Park Campground is home to Colorado’s only 70-foot triple waterfall and also has 11 drive-in and 7 walk-in campsites. The drive-in sites have electric hookups and can accommodate tents, trailers, motor homes and pick-up campers. The walk-in sites are for tent camping only. Each campsite also has a table, fire ring and grate.
Campground amenities include drinking water, vault and flush toilets, showers ($) and nature study exhibits. Firewood is also available for sale from the camp host.
Rifle Falls State Park – Area Recreation
The main attraction here are the three 70 foot waterfalls that have been quite the with tourists as far back as 1884. Back then it was known as Rifle Falls Ranch and became a state park in 1966. Outdoor recreation includes fishing for rainbow, brown and cutthroat trout in East Rifle Creek. Other activities include hiking, mountain biking, hunting, picnicking and wildlife viewing. In the winter you can also enjoy cross-country skiing and snowmobiling.
- BBQ Grills
- Campground Host
- Campsite Tables
- Comfort Station
- Drinking Water
- Electrical Hookup
- Fire Pit
- Fire Rings
- Firewood Available
- Pets OK
- Picnic Tables
- Restrooms (Flush Toilets, Vault Toilets)
- RV Hookups
- Trash Collection
- Bird Watching
- Cross Country Skiing
- Historic Sites
- Mountain Biking
- Nature Trails
- Walking Trails
- Wildlife Viewing
- Winter/Snow Sports
Rifle, Colorado 81650
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