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Known as the “Richest Square Mile on Earth”, Central City is a charming town on the precipice of the Denver metro area, cradled by the foothills of the Rocky Mountains to the west. It derives its nickname from the Pikes Peak Gold Rush of 1859 when 10,000 prospectors poured into the small area to make a living on the veins of gold that were constantly being discovered.

By the time the Great Depression rolled around, these veins were nearly exhausted causing a mass exodus of people from town to other locations. This old Wild West outpost once again existed as a town frozen in time, with lots of historical buildings. In its present-day incarnation, Central City has been reinvented as a casino town that is popular with folks from Denver and the rest of Colorado. Still not quite a city, this town has found a new niche that has once again made it prosperous. When you book an RV in Central City, you are free to explore the city to the east and the vast mountain wildernesses to the west, making the town a one-of-a-kind adventure destination with maximum flexibility.

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There is certainly no shortage of natural beauty in Colorado and when you rent an RV in Central City, you will not be able to escape the rich scenery. Golden Gate Canyon State Park is an exceptional state park enjoyed by Denver residents for hiking purposes. There are miles of nature trails where you can trek by foot, ride a mountain bike, or even go horseback riding through the groves of aspen trees. There are magnificent moose and black bears among other wildlife types at the park and breathtaking views of the Rocky Mountains from high overlooks.

Several Fourteeners, or mountains higher than 14,000 feet, can be found to the west of Central City in the Arapahoe and Roosevelt National Forests. This incredible park spans a large chunk of the Rocky Mountains and holds peaks like Pettingell Peak, Grays Peak, and Mount Evans. You can drive your Central City RV rental to Mount Evans and enjoy driving on the country’s highest paved roads, high above Summit Lake. This forest is home to dozens of excellent mountain resorts for skiing and snowboarding, making it a fun destination to visit all year round when you rent an RV. You will also find lots of scenic campgrounds in the vast forest when you choose to head there in your Central City motorhome rental. Dillon Lake is also found in the forest and is a popular recreation area on its own. This amazing lakefront paradise is a fantastic place to camp in your Central City camper rental, particularly if you enjoy swimming, fishing, boating, ice fishing, skating, skiing, or snowboarding.

You can try and look far and wide but a visit to Rocky Mountain National Park is sure to be one of the best ways to utilize your time in Colorado. This magnificent sanctuary in the Rocky Mountains is one of the most well-known in the country, with millions of visitors traveling to see it each year. Tundra, flowery meadows, cragged, rocky peaks, raging rivers, cascading waterfalls, Rocky Mountain National Park truly has everything you dream of. The alpine lakes are frigid but refreshing to swim in during the summertime and lots of people venture to the park to do their own backcountry skiing when the first snow arrives. There are lots of places to pitch a tent or park your Central City camper rental at this gem of a national park in Colorado.

RV Parks to Visit

There are many campgrounds in Colorado, particularly in the mountains, so finding one for you and your Central City camper rental is not difficult in the slightest. Cold Springs Campground in the Arapahoe and Roosevelt National Forests is an option if you want to be close to nature. Pickle Gulch is another campground for you to use that is close to nature in the middle of the woods.

Clear Creek RV Park is in between Central City and Denver, making it a decent place to stay should you want to explore the city as much as the mountains. The campground is close to Red Rocks Amphitheater and the Coors Brewery among other attractions in Golden. Denver West/Central City KOA is actually located in Central City and has lots of amenities you may enjoy. A pavilion for guests to relax in, a hot tub, and a sauna are just some of the features you can find at the KOA campground when you bring your Central City RV rental for a stay.

City Sightseeing

For such a little town, Central City has no problem finding reasons for people to visit, with a wealth of museums, casinos, and historical buildings to explore. The casinos in town are the primary draw and there are many buses to and from town carrying gamblers and people headed to the casinos to enjoy entertainment and high-class dining.

Central City Opera House is an iconic fixture in town, calling back to the olden days of the Wild West. The cozy theater has excellent architecture and entertaining performances throughout the year. Hidee Gold Mine also pays respect to the town’s origins by enabling visitors to mine for their own gold. This authentic gold mine allows people to get down and dirty and learn about how gold is extracted from the ground. If you are lucky, you might even find some of your own.

Gilpin History Museum serves the town as well as all of Gilpin County when it comes to preserving the history of the area. The museum is run by the Gilpin Historical Society in an old schoolhouse built in the 1870s. There are unique historical artifacts on display and knowledgeable guides with lots of knowledge about their town and history.

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Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


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