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About Colorado Camper Rental

Whether you are taking your RV rental to Rocky Mountain National Park, camping in Yellowstone, hunting in Wyoming or heading to the fantastic southeastern deserts of Utah, our gateway location allows you to rent a RV without going too far out of the way. We opened our doors in 2010 with 8 pop up campers, and have grown to over 60 campers in the fleet! Come see why our customers keep coming back to us for their campers. We are here to get you out there!

Reviews

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Pat

Reviewed on Jun 15th

We loved our Colorado trip and the fact that we had a “home” on the road was great. The camper we rented was clean, confirtable, and all issues that arose were taken care of by staff.

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Olivia

Reviewed on Jun 15th

Excellent service and all around experience with Colorado Camper. Will definitely rent here again! Thanks everyone for all you do!

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Philip

Reviewed on Jun 15th

Great experience, helpful staff, will be back again.

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W.

Reviewed on Jun 14th

Good friendly people to work with, they will help you anyway they can with your rental. I will be back for another rental. I had this one for a week loved it

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David

Reviewed on Jun 11th

Great new trailer, worked well for family of 4. Only issue, so new the oven smoked a bit and sounded alarm burning off the new paint or something. Smooth and friendly business as always. Thanks!

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Phillip

Reviewed on Jun 7th

We had a great trip with this trailer...thank you! However, the nightly price is quite high and is the primary concern I'd have before renting again.

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Maria

Reviewed on Jun 6th

We had a thorough check-out experience with Ethan who took excellent care of us, was personable, and warm. The camper was fantastic and the check-in experience at the conclusion of our trip was fantastic.

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John

Reviewed on Jun 4th

Had to work with a refrigerator that was not working properly. Got it working myself, but had to remove some access panels to do it.