This weekend is your last chance for some fun in the sun at several of Colorado State Parks swim beaches around the state. Labor Day weekend marks the end of the swimming season for many state parks but there are some swim beaches that will remain open for a few more weeks. There is no fee to enjoy the park’s swim beaches but a valid park pass is required on every vehicle that enters the park. There are no lifeguards on duty and swimming is at your own risk. Harvey Gap is already closed. Tuesday, Rifle Gap will close. Elkhead Reservoir and Stagecoach will stay open for an extra week, closing on September 8th. Highline closes September 21st, and James Robb and Steamboat Lake close October 1st. The parks remain open year round and offer plenty of other activities like camping, hiking and fishing. For more information click here. Swim beaches will begin to reopen for next season at the end of May 2015.