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Allenspark is a small, scenic town located within the Roosevelt National Forest at an elevation of around 8,500 feet above sea level. This friendly mountain community is around one and a half hour‘s drive from the state capital Denver. Situated in the Front Range of the Colorado Rockies, the town can be accessed via State Highway 7, which also provides access to Rocky Mountain National Park. Part of the highway is known as the Peak-to-Peak Scenic Byway, thanks to some of the spectacular views that you’ll be able to take in from your Allenspark motorhome rental.

Named after one of the miners who first built a cabin in the area in the 1860s, Allenspark is a welcoming community, making it an ideal place to rent an RV. When you book an RV in Allenspark you’ll be able to enjoy the area’s breathtaking scenery and benefit from its proximity to many of the region’s must-visit parks and attractions. Seasonal Allenspark businesses include restaurants, summer camps, a coffee shop, and a gift shop, making Allenspark an excellent destination to truly get away from it all.

With an Allenspark RV rental, you’ll have almost limitless opportunities for hiking, wildlife spotting, and backcountry exploration in some of the many wilderness areas. Take advantage of the freedom of an Allenspark RV rental by owner to visit some of the area’s cities as well as its famous parks, notably the Rocky Mountains. With Rocky Mountain National Park situated just a short drive away, an Allenspark camper rental is a great way to get your Colorado exploration vacation started in the Colorado Rockies.

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The Great Outdoors

When you rent an RV in Allenspark, CO, you can start enjoying the outstanding beauty of the area right away. As Allenspark is within the Roosevelt National Forest and just miles away from Rocky Mountain National Park, you’ll have plenty to see and do. Note, due to Allenspark’s location and the surrounding geography, a lot of the nearby parks can take a while to get to, which will give you the chance to sit back and enjoy the views from your Allenspark luxury RV rental.

Take the Peak-to-Peak Scenic Byway for around 20 minutes to visit one of the Rocky Mountain National Park visitor centers to find out how to make the most of your visit. The park is home to some of the highest mountains in the US and covers 415 square miles. With 355 miles of hiking trails varying from pleasant strolls to challenging summit climbs, there is a trail suitable for everyone. The short circuit around Bear Lake offers an interpretative nature trail and provides a fun way to find out about the park’s flora and fauna while enjoying the scenery. Rocky Mountain National Park is also famous for its scenic drives and roadways. The road system that passes through the park allows visitors to take in breathtaking views from their vehicle. Drive through lowland meadows, subalpine forests and through the tundra at elevations of over 12,000 feet, all in the comfort of your Allenspark motorhome rental. The US 34 Trail Ridge Road is one of ten America’s Byways in Colorado as well as a designated All American Road. During the summertime, participate in a ranger-led activity to find out more about the park. With more than 50 lakes and many streams in the park, there are ample opportunities for fishing, or if you’d like to take in the stunning scenic views from the saddle, there are two horseback riding stables within the park.

Take a visit to nearby Boulder and its Chautauqua Park. The park has a summertime auditorium for concerts and also features a self-guided audio tour that you can access using your phone. Take a step back in time and discover the past behind the park‘s creation and the area’s history. There is also a general store, a playground, and restrooms. Chautauqua is also a popular location as the trailhead to over 40 miles of hiking trails. Take an easy hike or try out the challenging Royal Arch Hike for some stunning views and plenty of arch formations.

Take your Allenspark camper rental for the hour’s drive out to Eldorado Canyon State Park, situated west of Eldorado Springs off State Highway 170. The park encompasses 885 acres and is famous for its challenging golden-colored cliffs which provide over 500 technical rock climbing routes. If you’re not into rock climbing, the park is still a beautiful place to visit and you can find out all about its spectacular rock formations, some of which are dated to over 1.5 billion years old, at the park’s visitor center. There are also over 11 miles of hiking and mountain biking trails among the towering stand stone cliffs. These trails also connect with other trails from the Boulder area. The scenic South Boulder Creek provides an ideal place to stop and picnic or to go fishing. In the wintertime, the park is a popular place to go cross-country skiing and snowshoeing.

RV Parks

There are plenty of RV parks just a short drive away from Allenspark, the area is an extremely popular base to explore the Rockies, so don’t wait too long to make your reservation.

You could try out Estes Park KOA, less than a 30-minute drive in your Allenspark RV rental. The park has full hookups including cable TV and benefits from a shuttle bus into town during summer months. There is an on-site store for stocking up on essentials as well as laundry facilities, showers, and restrooms. Lake Estes is located just across the road, where there’s a marina that rents fishing gear, boats, and bikes.

Looking for a tranquil meadow setting to park your Allenspark camper rental? You could take a look at Spruce Lake RV Park, just over 10 miles away. The RV park also features a shuttle into Estes Park where you can dine out or go shopping. This quiet park has a heated pool and a mini-golf course. Full hookups are available and so is cable TV. Situated on the crystal clear Spruce Lake, the campground is popular with those who enjoy fishing. The Big Thompson River also passes nearby, where you can enjoy some thrilling white water rafting.

Exploring the City

When you pick up your Allenspark motorhome rental, stop and spend some time checking out the town. Allenspark is a small place which adds to its friendly, welcoming feel.

In the summertime, there are several local restaurants open where you can enjoy a range of cuisines. Most of the ingredients are locally sourced and after plenty of fresh air and mountain hikes, some hearty home cooking helps tired hikers to recover. Spend a few hours strolling around town and visit the local coffee shop and gift shop to help to support the local community. The center of town is at an average of 8,500 feet above sea level, and you can enjoy the stunning scenery wherever you walk.

While you’re visiting Allenspark, be sure to check out The Old Gallery. This one-of-a-kind art and community center is run by local volunteers and provides special events while helping to promote a sense of community spirit. Local and regional artists showcase and sell their work at the center. It is also a venue for yoga, art, and self-improvement classes. Local speakers organize talks about the Rocky Mountains, the area’s history, and local life. So be sure to check out what’s on when you’re in town.

Any trip to Allenspark is first and foremost about the great outdoors and a short local hike around the village will help you to get your bearings and a feel for this magnificent region. Take the hike out to Finch Lake from the Allenspark Trailhead and get your vacation in the Colorado Rockies started. This sub-alpine lake offers some spectacular vantage points and is a popular trail for wildlife spotting. There are also several other trails that connect to the Allenspark Trailhead if you can’t wait to start some serious hiking in the beauty of the Roosevelt National Forest.

Allenspark is an excellent place to get away from the hectic pace of modern life. An Allenspark RV rental by owner will give you the freedom to explore this spectacular region and to discover the Colorado Rockies at your leisure.

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