State and federal officials say anyone who wants to camp in the high country for July 4th better make reservations quickly.
Many major campgrounds have already filled up.
State Parks' spokeswoman Clare Sinacori recommended checking on State Forest Park 75 miles west of Fort Collins and north of Rocky Mountain National Park.
As always, campers need to be prepared for almost any kind of weather, including rain, snow and lightning.
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