Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Cabin
RV Sites
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Glenwood Canyon Resort

We offer a variety of Glenwood Springs lodging and accommodation choices to fit your lifestyle and your budget. From luxury hotel suites and condos overlooking the Colorado River to charming luxury cabins and rustic camper cabins, we’ve got a choice for you!

River Tent Sites

For our outdoor lovers, a tent site nestled on the riverbank is an nice spot to set up your portable traveling shelter. Each riverfront site has its’ own campfire pit, picnic table and views of the magnificent Glenwood Canyon walls towering above.

These sites and book up quickly, so make sure you call and reserve your site early.

Group Tent Sites

For group visitors, our group tent site area is designed for smaller tents in a cozy setting that share a common campfire pit, barbecue grills and picnic tables. The group sites are located close to our large bathhouse facility, multi-activity game room and convenience store.

Drive In
Walk In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Electric Hookups
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Sanitary Dump
Sewer Hookups
Trash Available
Water Hookups
Glenwood Canyon Resort is located in Colorado
39.5603 N
-107.2936 W
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4 Reviews of Glenwood Canyon Resort
Every thing in one place!

Cabin,tent, lodge RV you pick! Close to hot springs, whitewater rafting, hiking and biking! Year round adventure!

Incredible tent spots

Falling asleep to the sound of the Colorado River literally 3 feet away is just wonderful, well worth the $54/night for a tent site. Great heated bathrooms, only a few minutes from town, no issues with noisy neighbors for us. Super great

Camping on the Colorado River

At Glenwood Canyon Resort you get to camp right on the Colorado River in a beautiful canyon but its definitely the most expensive tent camping I've ever paid for. Amenities are taken care of from the store at the check in station to the bar and grill that's on site. It has an awesome deck with a view of the canyon but I didn't get to enjoy it. When we checked in we were told it was pet friendly but when we went the bar tender told us our dogs weren't allowed and didn't seem happy to be there, so I had to go back to the campsite and eat and drink by myself. It's okay though because when my wife came back she said the food wasn't that great and they had no craft beer on tap. Aside from all that, the number of outdoor activities and place to see around here are endless, whitewater rafting, kayaking, skiing, mountain biking, climbing, hang gliding, disc golf, etc…….are all within a short car or bike ride and that's were all 3 stars are earned. Definitely worth it if your just passing through but there are many options around here if your staying for some time.

First to Review
Decent place for a decent price

Stayed in the group camping tent area. The spaces were pretty level and spacious enough for our 2-person tent, a couple of chairs, an inflatable lounger and our cooler with plenty of room to spare. The bathrooms were big and surprisingly clean and have showers. There's also a bar and grill onsite that's not too bad.