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Making camping convenient at Winter Park Resort

Winter Park Resort and Cabela’s, the World’s Foremost Outfitter, are teaming up to make camping more convenient than ever with Camp Cabela’s at Winter Park Resort, which provides a gear-inclusive camping adventure, including the best equipment, at special designated sites near scenic Jim Creek adjacent to Winter Park Resort. This one-stop-shop camping experience is the first of its kind at a Colorado ski resort.

Camping is one of the activities that make visiting or living in Colorado so special, but camping equipment can get expensive, storing it can be problematic, and it can be a hassle to travel with, especially for families. Camp Cabela’s allows those who wish to travel to the woods to live deliberately just like Thoreau to reserve all the equipment they’ll need online, pick it up at the Camp Cabela’s Store located in the Village at Winter Park Resort, and bivouac in a designated campsite, close enough to enjoy exciting activities at Winter Park Resort and surrounding area, including Trestle Bike Park, but far enough to enjoy the incredible serenity the Rocky Mountains have to offer.


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