Rocky Mountain National Park contains some of the darkest skies in the lower 48. Astrophotographers and Milky Way photographers alike flock to this area at the right time of year. This ultimate location brings dark skies and jaw-dropping photography. You can see our suggestions about where to stay below. The image of the Milky Way over the lake is right outside your door in Colorado Cabin Adventure.
Most noteworthy of this location is the ability to see Moose, Elk, and Milky Way here. Rocky Mountain National Park is so dark you can walk just a few steps from your cabin and easily photograph the Milky Way. While you are here be sure to check our links below to see when the best time of year to do Milky Way photography would be.
Furthermore, don’t screw up on this part. The Milky Way core is only visible on certain months of the year on certain days of the month. You will also need to know what time of night the Milky Way rises above the horizon.
In conclusion, put Rocky Mountain National Park on your list of places to go to do Milky Way Photography this year.