Colorado National Parks

Rocky Mountains National Park
What to do: Less than two hours from Denver, Rocky Mountains National Park provides ample hiking opportunities and breathtaking views. With almost 400 miles of trails, there’s no shortage of hiking opportunities in this national park. Sprague Lake Loop and Chasm Lake Trail offer amazing views of some of the bodies of water in the park.  Campsite options: When you’re tuckered out from exploring, there are plenty of places to pull in with your RV and set up camp. Moraine Park Campground is a visitor favourite, thanks to the panoramic scenery and year-round availability.
Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park
What to do: The deep gorge that is Black Canyon of the Gunnison is an impressive work of nature millions of years in the making. As a certified International Dark Sky Park, Black Canyon boasts magnificent starry landscapes for visitors to take in.  Campsite options: To soak in the beauty of the park while you recharge, South Rim Campground is a great place to be. For more amenities, including full hookups, check out Cedar Creek RV Park.
Mesa Verde National Park 
What to do: Mesa Verde National Park is known for the thousands of archeological sites that are preserved within it. Ancient dwellings such as Cliff palace feature hundreds of rooms that visitors can explore. Be sure to pack binoculars; some of the sites can only be viewed from a distance. Campsite options: Whether you spent the day hiking, exploring or learning from park rangers, you’ll want a great place to rest There’s only one campground inside the park—Morefield Campground.
Great Sand Dunes National Park 
What to do: The photography opportunities at Great Sand Dunes will make you glad you packed the camera. You can capture the amazing sunset or snap pics of your companions hanging out around the dunes. Plus, the spring and start of summer offer a chance to enjoy the peaceful waves in Medano Creek.   Campsite options: Oasis Campground is a seasonal site that offers amenities like electric hookups and a grocery store. Oh, and did we mention that Oasis offers sandboard rentals? Let the fun begin.
To see suggested itineraries in Colorado, please see our fantastic Tourbook with over 35 suggested itineraries here. For more information and how to book, contact your tour operator or travel agent.


Posted by: Cruise America & Canada RV Rentals Inc
Posted on: 10/12/2021

Colorado National Parks

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