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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
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When you decide to base your vacation at Colorado Springs KOA, you can appreciate majestic views of Pikes Peak and its forested slopes every morning. This RV park is located in El Paso County, just minutes away from superstores, restaurants, and city attractions in Colorado Springs. It’s easily accessible too, as the campground sits alongside Interstate 25 between Denver and Pueblo. Colorado Springs KOA is a convenient launch pad for a plethora of recreational activities.
However, you don’t need to leave the campgrounds to get active. Colorado Springs KOA offers guests an on-site water park, complete with swimming pool and slides which is open from Memorial Day weekend to Labor Day weekend. Colorado Springs KOA hasn’t forgotten about your four-legged friend either; this pet-friendly KOA hosts a dog park and agility park. Campground staff also organize fun group activities, campfires, and bike rentals throughout the season.
While RV camping at Colorado Springs KOA, you'll have access to back-in or pull-through sites for vehicles of up to 75 feet. RV sites are equipped with full hookups with cable TV or electric/water-only hookups (20/30/50 amps). Wi-Fi is available, and guests can take advantage of the laundry rooms, RV supply store, and lending library. Plus, propane and firewood can be purchased at the store, and other on-site conveniences include an ATM, snack bar, and communal kitchen. When you don’t feel like cooking, you can go to the campground's Wagon Wheel Café for a pancake breakfast, hamburgers, or homemade pizza.
You won’t need to travel far with your RV rental to leave behind the bustle of the city. Fountain Creek Regional Park is located next door when you’re camping at Colorado Springs KOA. This 460-acre park is made up of wildlife-filled wetlands, picnic pavilions, and nature trails. It’s a popular spot for running, walking, and birdwatching. The combination of freshwater streams and ponds creates a natural oasis where tortoises are often seen swimming in the muddy water or perched on logs. Plus, you can spot reptile species, land mammals, and monarch butterflies while exploring the park. At the center of Fountain Creek Regional Park, you can also find a playground, horseshoe pits, and basketball courts as well as a nature center with natural history programs.
For something a little wilder, you can drive your rental RV to Cheyenne Mountain State Park which is tucked between the magnificent Rocky Mountains and the city of Colorado Springs. The rugged foothills within the park are threaded with a vast network of mixed level hiking trails. Anyone looking for a challenge can take park in the Cheyenne Mountain State Park Trail Challenge – where participants must complete all 18 of the park’s nature trails – or test your endurance with the 100 Mile Trail Challenge. While hiking, you can look out for deer, black bears, and elk, or just enjoy views of the surrounding countryside. The XTERRA Marathon is also held within the boundaries of Cheyenne Mountain State Park.
Another place you can discover while you camp in an RV near Colorado Springs is Mueller State Park in Divide. This is the perfect place to breathe in the fresh air and forget about hectic city life amid dense woodlands. You can hike through beautiful conifer-aspen forests and gorgeous mountain meadows using the 50-mile trail network. There are trails suited to visitors of all physical abilities. As you walk, remember to listen for the chipping of songbirds and look for bald eagles and land-based wildlife. Or, you can make use of the picnicking area or explore this natural haven with your own Colorado Springs camper rental. Mueller State Park offers a scenic driving route with fantastic views throughout the park. During the winter season, the park is covered in a snowy blanket, making it ideal for snowshoeing or even just building a snowman.
Recreational activities aren’t the only things to do when you book an RV in El Paso County; there are also a number of urban attractions, historical sites, and family activities to fill your vacation itinerary.
One of the most unique attractions in Colorado Springs is Magic Town which is located in the historic district of Old Colorado City. Created by a sculpture named Michael Garman and described by him as “a gigantic playground of the mind,” Magic Town perfectly captures the life and essence of “gritty Americana.” The 3,000-square-foot miniature city was inspired by the artist's life as a vagabond in the 1950 and 1960s. It’s made up of 1/6th-scale streets lined with handcrafted buildings, divided by dimly lit alleyways, and punctuated by lifelike miniature residents going about their daily business.
Before you pack up for the end of your RV vacation, you can also take the opportunity to visit the Colorado Springs Pioneers Museum in the city center. It’s housed inside the Starsmore Center for Local History and hosts over 450,000 historical items, including textiles, furnishings, and decorative arts sourced from the Pikes Peak Region. Inside, you can see a range of works from local artists, collections of poetry, and over 80,000 photos dating from the late 19th to the early 20th centuries. The museum also hosts temporary exhibitions, most of which are dedicated to the story and development of Colorado Springs and the surrounding region.
No matter what you choose to do when you rent an RV near Colorado Springs KOA, you’re sure to return home with a suitcase full of unforgettable memories.