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High up in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado at over 10,000 feet, you can rent an RV near Cripple Creek KOA and have the trip of a lifetime. This incredible campground is proud to be one of the highest elevation campgrounds in the country, with sublime, panoramic views of the town of Cripple Creek, the valley below, and the gorgeous mountains of the Rockies.
The park is perched on an alpine meadow on the side of a mountain, with dreamy night skies and cool temperatures year-round. There are primitive tent camping sites for adventurous minimalists, massive pull-through sites to accommodate even the largest motorhome rentals, and cozy, rustic cabins for romantic getaways. The sites are equipped with various electrical service options for an assortment of different RV types, and also have water, high-speed internet, and cable TV included.
The camp store is fully stocked with groceries, propane, firewood, camping supplies, toys, medical supplies, souvenirs, and even rental DVDs for movie nights with the family. There are two playgrounds for the kids to enjoy, along with a volleyball court, horseshoes, a recreation and game room, a fenced dog area, and an open meadow for games and playing fetch with your dog. Colorado Springs and Pueblo are not too far should you ever feel the need to take a day trip to the larger towns nearby, but everything you need can be found in either Cripple Creek or the Cripple Creek KOA.
When you book an RV in Teller County, you'll be near numerous parks, forests, and recreation areas. You can start your trip off right by visiting Mueller State Park, which is just a short drive north of where you will be staying. The park has 55 miles of trails where you can hike, bike, or ride horses, and 5,000 acres to go hunting, fishing, rock climbing, snowshoeing, and cross-country skiing depending on the time of year. There is also a campground if you feel like staying the night in your Cripple Creek RV rental.
Cheyenne Mountain State Park is quite close to both Mueller State Park and Cripple Creek, so you won't need to drive very far to reach it. This fantastic park has lovely views of the mountains all around it, and some pretty special wildlife too. You can see black bears, coyotes, elk, foxes, golden eagles, cougars, and other forest critters when you hike through the area. After you are finished, you can learn about these animals in the park’s interpretive center too.
If you want to do some swimming, head down towards Pueblo to Lake Pueblo State Park in the Front Range area. The park is centered around a human-made lake created by damming the Arkansas River. There are two marinas servicing the lake, along with an astonishing 60 miles of sandy coastline where you can have picnics, barbecues, parties, or simply lounge while getting a tan. Splash around in the lake, go fishing in a secluded spot, cruise around the lake in a kayak or motorized boat, and definitely do some camping along the shores of the lake, where you can see magical sunsets and dreamy night skies.
One of the state’s most unusual and beautiful parks, Great Sand Dunes National Park, isn't too far away when you're RV camping at Cripple Creek KOA. The park is named and known for its iconic sand dunes that stand in stark contrast to the magnificent giant mountains behind them. These unique dune formations are amazing to see in person, and especially fun to hike up and sandboard down. There are campgrounds on-site, so you can spend a couple of days exploring this stunning spread of wilderness.
When you rent an RV near Cripple Creek KOA, you will be just minutes from one of the most historic little towns in America. This fascinating place is dotted with old buildings dating back to before the gold rush that helped make the town what it is today. The Cripple Creek Historic District is teeming with these old buildings, looking like something out of a Spaghetti Western film. The Butte Theater is an old opera house that was first erected in the 1890s, one of the town’s best examples of old construction. This refurbished theater now plays movies in addition to operas, musicals, and plays.
Another major draw for the small town is its variety of casinos. Since the demise of the mining industry, casinos have been the lifeblood of the town, bringing in busloads of tourists from all over to see the amazing views of the area and enjoy some high-altitude gaming.
If you love learning about history, the Outlaw and Lawmen Jail Museum is an interesting piece of the past that was in operation as recently as 1991. The museum now pays homage to the legendary lawmen who protected the small town and the villains who defied them. Don’t forget to take a ride on the Cripple Creek & Victor Narrow Gauge Railroad for an unparalleled experience in the mountains. The railway cuts through the mountains and forest wilderness to give you divine views of the Rockies that cannot be beaten. Old mining settlements and abandoned ghost towns are also visible from the historic train.