Did you know that Colorado was the first state in the nation to establish its own Public Lands Day? Colorado’s Public Lands Day is a holiday dedicated to people getting outside and enjoying the numerous, unique, and beautiful public lands our state has to offer, while keeping in mind the need for their protection and conservation. Colorado has 24 million acres of public lands including mountains, deserts, wetlands, prairies, and forests and the outdoor recreation industry generates over 13 billion dollars annually and supports 125,000 Colorado jobs. This industry relies heavily on, and exists in large part because of our public lands.
Come out and support the outdoor recreation industry by rafting with us on public land! Raft Saturday, May 20th or Sunday, May 21st and get 20% OFF a half or full day raft trip! Celebrate Colorado!