The Hot Sulfur Springs Wildlife Area near Kremmling, Colorado is a wilderness area that is a popular camping destination. Outdoor enthusiasts travel from all over Colorado to hunt, fish, and bird watch in this location. The area is considered a wildlife reserve but has designated areas for camping and hunting. Rifle range season is open in May through the end of big game season and no fee is required to hunt at this location. Fishing for trout is also a popular activity in the area specifically at the Paul Gilbert Fishing Area, wetlands that offers a quarter-mile of Colorado River access.
The camping area at Hot Sulfur Springs consists of ten campsites for tents and RVs. Services and facilities around the campsites include a well developed and primitive campground, restrooms, drinking water, and RV sites. Activities allowed in the area include non-motorized boating, camping, fishing, hiking, backpacking, hunting, picnicking, and wildlife viewing. The area has become a winter range for both elk and deer.
The excellent trout fishing draws fisherman to the site from all over the Colorado area. The Lone Buck area is popular for hunting waterfowl, big and small game, as well as trout fishing. Beautiful landscape adds the serenity of the activities.