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When you book an RV in Moffat County, Colorado, you’ll need to find a place to park and sleep overnight. Why not take a look at Craig KOA? This family-friendly campground is located just minutes away from city conveniences in Craig and is easily accessible from Denver and Salt Lake City via Highway 40. When you’re camping at Craig KOA, Interstates 70 and 80 are also accessible via Highway 13. Plus, there are freshwater lakes, mountainous forests, and urban parks just a short drive away.
What facilities do you get when you’re camping with an RV in Craig KOA? The park provides pull-through and back-in sites for vehicles of up to 75 feet in length. Most sites are equipped with full hookups, 20/30/50 amp service, and cable connection. Or, you can book a site with water and electric-only hookups or no hookups. There is Wi-Fi available within the RV park, and guests have access to a communal kitchen, 24-hour laundry facilities, and a restroom and shower block.
Craig KOA is pet-friendly too, and you can take your four-legged friend to play in the dog park. Meanwhile, the kids can entertain themselves at the playground, swimming pool, and volleyball courts. There are even giant checkers, Jenga, and connect four. In the evenings, you can socialize at the community fire pit or pick up supplies for your dinner at the on-site grocery store.
With gorgeous natural attractions less than 20 minutes' drive away, there are plenty of recreational activities at your fingertips when you camp in an RV near Craig, CO. The first place you can go with your campervan rental is Elkhead Reservoir State Park which sits between rocky peaks within the Yampa Valley. The reservoir provides opportunities for paddle sports and motorized boating. There’s a designated no-wake swimming beach too. The park is known for its high populations of deer, pronghorn, and elk. You’re likely to spot one of these creatures while hiking, biking, or snowshoeing on the 10.5-mile trail network. Elkhead Reservoir is also home to a wide variety of mammals and migratory bird species.
Next, you can take your Craig RV rental to Yampa River State Park which occupies a 134-mile stretch of the winding Yampa River. The combination of rugged mountains, canyons, and recreational activities makes Yampa River State Park one of the most popular in the area. Visitors can bring a picnic to one of the park's picnicking areas or launch a vessel at one of the 13 river access points. There is also a one-mile educational nature trail along with a number of scenic riverside hiking trails near Juniper Canyon, Duffy Mountain, and Cross Mountain.
Another excellent place to get out and about in the great outdoors is Steamboat Lake State Park, located at the foot of Hahn’s Peak on the edge of the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forests. Thanks to the area's foggy winter mornings, wildlife-filled skies, and beautiful fall hues, the park is a hotspot for photography all year round. You’ll get to enjoy fantastic mountain views while you drive your rental RV to the entrance of this state park. From there, visitors can continue to explore Steamboat Lake by paddle board and the surrounding forests on foot. The park itself offers three hiking trails, one of these is the Poverty Bar Trail which introduces hikers to the history of mining in the region. If you rent a camper near Craig KOA during the winter season, then Steamboat Lake State Park is the convenient starting point for snow sports. The park hosts a designated snowshoeing trail which runs from the visitor center into the lodgepole pine forest. Some trails are open to snowmobiles too, and from Steamboat State Park, you can connect to a 145-mile snowmobile trail network in Routt National Forest.
When you’re RV camping at Craig KOA, you can take a day or two to see the sights in the neighboring city of Craig. Said to be the place where the Old West remains young, in Craig, you can find a fascinating mixture of cultural heritage, historical museums, and modern city amenities. Nowadays, downtown Craig boasts multiple restaurants serving international dishes. There are supermarkets and sportswear stores where you can stock up for your RV adventure. You could also take your kids to the city’s bowling center while you’re renting an RV, visit Craig’s 18-hole golf course, or go for a swim in Craig’s wave pool complex.
The city of Craig and Moffat County were formerly inhabited by Native American tribes, the last of which were the Ute Indians. By the 1880s, the first pioneers had already discovered this breathtaking region and settlers made their homes in the Yampa Valley. With them, they brought cattle and sheep farming and built ranches in what then became the "Wild West." Anyone who wants to delve deeper into history can visit the Museum of Northwest Colorado which is hosted by the former Colorado State Armory. The museum has one of the largest collections of cowboy memorabilia in the USA, as well as Native American artifacts, photographic displays, and exhibitions dedicated to significant historical events.
Stepping back into the present day, one of the highlights of the year in this region is the Moffat County Fair. The event has been hosted by a local city each July for over 100 years. During the festivities, classic Old West competitions and entertainment take place, including "Catch the Pig" contests, rodeo, and archery competitions. You can also hear local bands perform, join the pie-eating competition, or taste locally produced dairy products. The Moffat County Fair is a one-of-a-kind event that you’re guaranteed to remember at the end your Craig camper rental vacation.