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Discover Colorado Springs, CO

In central Colorado, about 70 miles south of Denver, Colorado Springs rises a mile above sea level, with some parts much higher and lower than the state capital. But its elevation comes as no surprise as Pikes Peak, one of the most visited mountains in the United States, is just 30 miles to the west. Plan to rent an RV in Colorado Springs and park in a campground a short distance outside Pikes Peaks’ east entrance.

Living up to its nickname as ‘America’s Olympic City,’ Colorado Springs offers an abundance of outdoor activities to adventurous visitors. Find RV rentals in Colorado Springs and make the most of the town’s extensive network of hiking and biking trails, a selection of riding stables, and a short drive away, venues for ziplining and whitewater rafting. Those seeking milder workouts under the sun can head out into a golf course or a fishing spot. But if you came here to take in stunning mountain views and enjoy a cold beverage, you won't be disappointed with Colorado Springs' bubbly local craft beer scene.

The Great Out There: Rocks, Ruins and Rapids

As it is with other Colorado cities, you don't have to venture far in Colorado Springs to get a heavenly experience of this mountain city. The Garden of the Gods, a collection of thin cathedral-like rock spires, is just five miles north of town. Take your Colorado Springs RV rental there and explore the network of hiking and horseback riding trails, or summon up enough courage to scramble up the sometimes flaky rock.

But if you really want to test your mountain climbing mettle, nothing comes close to doing it on a ‘fourteener.’ Colorado has more than 50 peaks rising 14,000 ft or higher above sea level, and Pikes Peak is one of the tallest. Bring along the motorhome rental in Colorado Springs and stay close to the park at an RV campsite nearby.

On your way to the famous mountain, take some time to stop at the Anasazi Cliff Dwellings in Manitou Springs along Highway 24. These ancient stone ruins were taken from a collapsed Anasazi site and then relocated in the early 1900s to their new home just six miles west of Colorado Springs.

For wildlife sightings, the North Cheyenne Canon Park is home to black bears, mountain lions and deer. There are miles of hiking trails, and in summer, swimming spots on some sections of the North Cheyenne Creek. If water-based thrills are what you're after, the Royal Gorge, about 50 miles southwest of town, will flood you with adrenaline with its sheer 1,200-foot walls and Class III, IV and V rapids creatively named The Narrows, Wall Slammer and Sledgehammer.

Where to Park Your RV

United States Highway 24 is flanked by several RV campgrounds as the highway branches off I-25 south of Colorado Springs and continues northwest to Manitou Springs. The closest RV parks are within five miles of downtown along Highway 24, and if you set your sights within a 10-mile radius, there are plenty more. Walmart stores are mostly located east of I-25 but still within five miles of RV campgrounds on Highway 24.

Staying at state parks has its perks, and if you go this route, Cheyenne Mountain State Park is just 10 miles south along I-25. The park offers plenty of hook-up sites for RV rentals in Colorado Springs, CO and comes with its own set of attractions worth staying over. Hiking and mountain biking trails, along with bird watching sites and stargazing campsites, are within park limits. A couple of Walmart stores, as well as propane and gas stations, can be found within 10 miles.

If you'd rather be within striking distance of Pikes Peak, Pikes Peak RV Park is just six miles south of the mountain's east entrance. Here you'll find full service hookups, bathrooms, laundry facilities, and as the nearest Walmart and gas station are six miles away, an on-site convenience store.

City Attractions Worthy of a Medal

You don’t exactly rent a motorhome in Colorado Springs and stay indoors, but if you wish to seek shade every now and then – the Garden of the Gods is notorious for its sizzling temperatures – the town has a handful of attractions that both engage and provide relief from the heat. The United States Olympic Training Center offers free tours daily, so you might want to see what's inside (aquatic and shooting centers, velodrome and gymnasiums).

For a step back in time, take a look around the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum and get a glimpse into the life and times of the town's founders. Gain insight into Pikes Peak’s gold rush days in the mid-19th century at the Ghost Town Museum. Then cap off your time travel with a visit to the Western Museum of Mining and Industry for a look at century-old artifacts and equipment used to search and extract minerals and gold. If you want to get hands-on, you can actually pan for gold!

All this hopping around the city earns you a cold drink. Luckily, you have more than 20 craft breweries and distilleries to choose from or taste your way through. Start planning now and search for an RV in Colorado Springs, CO and try to sample all the town’s brews. Take the Mountain Metropolitan Transit or Metro buses to get you around while your camper rental in Colorado Springs is safely parked nearby, and get a Crafts and Drafts Passport for a taste of the town’s booming craft-beverage scene. Cheers!

RV Rentals in Colorado Springs, CO

Colorado Springs, CO is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Colorado Springs. Outdoorsy's Colorado Springs RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Colorado Springs are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Rocky Mountain National Park, Arapaho National Forest, White River National Forest, Chautauqua Park, and Pike National Forest.

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What's around Colorado Springs, CO

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Beaver Brook and Chavez Trail Loop Golden Colorado
Mount Bierstadt Trail Idaho Springs Colorado
Devil's Head Lookout Trail to Fire Tower Sedalia Colorado
Royal Arch Trail Boulder Colorado
Mohawk Lakes Trail Breckenridge Colorado
Mount Falcon Castle Trail Morrison Colorado
Maxwell Falls Lower Trail Evergreen Colorado
Mount Sanitas Trail Boulder Colorado
The Incline Trail Manitou Springs Colorado
Seven Bridges Trail Colorado Springs Colorado

Nearby Campgrounds

Foot of the Rockies RV and Storage

campground Colorado Springs, CO
You'll have stunning views of the city from your RV site, and the comfort of knowing that you are located close to all the major attractions and conveniences. A pet friendly, quiet park, visitors will have a perfect basecamp to tour the area. Drive your RV rental into this park with ease. large and easy to access sites.

Garden of the Gods Campground

campground Colorado Springs, CO
As its name indicates you will be surrounded by beauty. Located on the foothills of Pikes Peak, wildlife can be seen everywhere, and you can have modern amenities within reach. There are two heated swimming pools, an off leash Bark Park, free Wi-fi, game room with pool tables, arcades and more. You'll also be close to the area?s major attractions. A great RV rental destination.

Garden of the Gods

attraction Colorado Springs, CO
A world famous nature center, that looks like something out of a postcard. You can feast your eyes on towering sandstone rock formations against a backdrop of the Pikes Peak and blue skies. You can discover the area on jeep or Segway tours, or if you?re keen try front-range climbing. There are several interactive exhibits, you can learn about the red rocks with the Geo-Trekker movie experience, or check out over 30 museum exhibits about dinosaurs and animals that once roamed the region. Have dinner or lunch and enjoy the scenery.

Pikes Peak

attraction None, CO
America?s most visited mountains offers scenery that will stay with you for a lifetime. You can take the The Cog Railway up and hike or bike down. Or perhaps you?re brave enough to hike or bike up its 14,000 peak summit.

Cheyenne Mountain Zoo

attraction Colorado Springs, CO
950 animals live in 146 acres surrounded by stunning images of mountains. Their homes reflect their natural habitats in the wild. So you will feel transported. You can enjoy engaging exhibits and irresistible attractions. You can explore the zoo on a chair lift on the Mountaineer Sky Ride, engage with animals up close, and more.

Haggard's RV Campground

campground Pueblo, CO
Stay at Haggard's RV Campground just West of Pueblo, Colorado for a nice clean park with great views. The whole park is kept in good repair, and there is a walking trail around the park. Nice level pull-through sites are wide, and have enough space to maneuver. The facilities are nice and clean, and the atmosphere is quiet. It is just off the highway, but still manages to be a quiet, pleasant spot with a lovely view of the mountains. With a spacious dog run and walking trail, Haggard's RV Campground is pet-friendly. Enjoy a dip in the swimming pool, or watch wildlife roam. The horse pasture next door will give you some animal viewing even if the wildlife are shy. Watch the sun dip behind the mountains from the purpose-built viewing platform while breathing in the fresh mountain air. Set up your lawn chair and borrow a book from the book exchange. This park is just far enough away from town to be quiet and peaceful, but close enough that everything you need isn't too far away. There is a large fenced dog run to keep you and your pet happy and busy. They even have wi-fi.  

Cheyenne Mountain State Park

campground Colorado Springs, CO
21 plus miles of pristine trails waiting to be discovered. There are varied ecosystems ranging from prairie-to-peak in over 2701 acres. The campground offers full service amenities. Visitors have reported wildlife sightings from the campground so have your camera ready! The park offers many interesting activities such as archery, environmental education programs, family mystery hikes, geo-caching, yoga and more. You can spend your entire RV rental trip at this fun park. Amazing views of the valley below.

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Recommendations for Colorado Springs, CO from Outdoorsy Owners

RV camping. Boon docking. hiking. Cheyenne Mountain zoo. Manitou Springs. Pikes Peak.

Apr 26, 2018