KOA facilities open in Colorado

The 26 Kampgrounds of America (KOA) facilities in Colorado have opened after statewide coronavirus pandemic restrictions were lifted.

“Our locally owned and operated campgrounds are excited and ready to do what they do best, share the great outdoors with everyone,” said Toby O’Rourke, president and chief executive officer of KOA. “We’re working diligently with all our locations to put the proper protocols in place to ensure the welfare of our staff and our campers.”

KOA facilities operate with modifications to comply with state and local health policies as well as Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines. Facilities offer contract-free check-in procedures, social distancing activities and additional cleaning.

“By its very nature, camping is a great way to get away while staying distanced,” O’Rourke said. “Camping gets you out of the house and into the fresh air, allowing families to connect to the outdoors while still remaining cautious of the virus.”

For more information about KOA facilities or reservations, visit the website at https://koa.com.