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Colorado is filled with picturesque mountain towns like Aspen and Breckenridge but many of these once quaint communities have undergone substantial growth and, in the process, lost some of the charm that they once held. Fortunately, that is not the case for Estes Park, a beautiful little mountain town about an hour's drive from Boulder, home of the University of Colorado. Estes Park is just a 90-minute drive from the rapidly expanding capital of Denver. It’s primarily known for being the northeastern gateway to Rocky Mountain National Park, but even if you never enter the park, there are plenty of great outdoor adventures and interesting shops to peruse right here in town when you rent an RV.

The Great Outdoors

Undoubtedly the most popular outdoor attraction in the area is the 415-square-mile Rocky Mountain National Park. It’s one of the most visited parks in the national park system, attracting millions of visitors each year. That means the roads can get crowded during the summer months, particularly Trail Ridge Road, the route traversing the park’s northern peaks and the highest road in the national park system. However, the park is huge and if you choose to hike some of the trails on its western side, you might not see anyone for an hour or more.

The Big Thompson River, which runs through Estes Park and flows through a scenic canyon towards Loveland, is another popular outdoor recreation spot. You can rent kayaks in Estes Park and paddle through the canyon, with most of the trip suitable for beginner paddlers. However, when the dam opens at Lake Estes, a torrent of water is released to create expert-only conditions including Class V rapids.

For an adventure closer to town, take a stroll on the Riverwalk in Downtown Estes Park. It runs parallel to the main road, but hugs the Big Thompson River for a little less than a mile before the trail forks and spreads out along the shores of Lake Estes.

RV Parks near Estes Park

The national park’s popularity has led to a number of RV parks and campgrounds popping up close to Estes Park. If you’re looking for lots of amenities, consider a stay at Estes Park KOA; it has full hookups for your Estes Park RV rental, a dog park, and pancake breakfast available on request. There’s even a shuttle to take you around town so you won’t need to worry about finding a parking space for your Estes Park motorhome rental. There’s also the Spruce Lake RV Resort on the highway between town and the national park. They have full hookups for your Estes Park travel trailer rental, a heated pool, mini-golf course, and fly-fishing trips available with reservations.

Another option is to set up camp with your Estes Park RV trailer rental inside Rocky Mountain National Park at Moraine Park or Glacier Basin Campground. These sites are quite popular though, so be sure to reserve them a couple months in advance if you’ll be traveling during peak season. RV sites have electrical hookups and dump stations are available near the entrance of each of the campgrounds.

It should also be noted that the town has very few parking spaces, though there is parking available on the edge of town to reduce congestion. A trolley runs from the parking areas to many points in town and there’s a shuttle that goes into the park.

Exploring the Town of Estes Park

The first thing to do when you book an RV in Estes Park is to watch for wandering elk. There’s often a herd roaming around town and they have little fear of humans and their vehicles. Cars will stop suddenly for a photo-op, so pay extra attention while driving. Once you’re in town though, take a stroll down its main street, Elkhorn Avenue. There are so many boutique shops, art galleries, and souvenir sellers located here that you could easily spend an entire day going through them. To get a historical perspective of the area, visit the Estes Park Museum. It’s not very big, but packed inside is a wealth of artifacts and information pertaining to the Native American history, pioneer days, and more contemporary issues that the town has faced. There’s even a log cabin on the museum grounds.

Elkhorn Avenue is also full of delicious restaurants serving all types of cuisine, from Colorado beef to Vietnamese and Thai dishes. Also don’t forget to try some craft beer while you’re in Estes Park, as Colorado has one of the highest numbers of craft breweries per capita in the country.

For some truly amazing views, take a ride up on the Estes Park Aerial Tramway, which ascends Prospect Mountain to a height of almost 9,000 feet. If hiking is not your thing, but you still want a bird’s-eye view of the town, this is the way to do it.

RV Rentals in Estes Park, CO

Estes Park, CO is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

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

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Nearby to Estes Park 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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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Mount Sanitas Trail Boulder Colorado
Royal Arch Trail Boulder Colorado
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Beaver Brook and Chavez Trail Loop Golden Colorado
Maxwell Falls Lower Trail Evergreen Colorado
Emerald Lake Trail Estes Park Colorado
Mount Falcon Castle Trail Morrison Colorado
Gem Lake Trail Estes Park Colorado
Mohawk Lakes Trail Breckenridge Colorado
Devil's Head Lookout Trail to Fire Tower Sedalia Colorado

Nearby Campgrounds

Dakota Ridge RV Resort

campground Golden, CO
Dakota Ridge RV Resort is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains in Golden Colorado.Dakota Ridge RV Resort is situated between the mountains of Summit County and the bustling excitement of Denver, Dakota Ridge RV Resort gives you the perfect balance of city and mountain experiences all year round. The RV Resort features spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains and the Denver skyline ? so you can easily blend outdoor adventure and big city culture. Within minutes of Dakota Ridge RV Resort, you'll find world-class shopping, dining, professional and collegiate sporting events, gambling, sightseeing, cultural activities, and outdoor recreation ? everything you need to experience Colorado. The RV Resort offers 141 full-service and premium sites available year round are level, paved, and beautifully landscaped. Pull-through and back-in sites are both available. For your convenience, propane is available for sale to the public. Dakota Ridge RV Resort has been recognized as Colorado?s number 1 RV Park and one of the Top 100 Good Sam Parks in the U.S. for 2009.

Pearl Street Mall

attraction Boulder, CO
Take a stroll down one of Boulders' most lively and historic streets, enjoy art, live music, have an amazing meal, and interact with locals and outsiders in one of the many bars. Most of the buildings here are considered the oldest structures in Boulder which house restaurants, local businesses, boutiques and so much more. You can buy local food at the farmers? market, participate in community events, or join any tour of the city.

Prospect RV Park

campground Wheat Ridge, CO
Prospect RV Park is located in Wheat Ridge Colorado, a suburb adjacent to Denver. The Prospect RV Park is open year round. Though located next to a major metropolitan city, the R.V. Park is adjacent to open space with lake fishing, hiking, biking, and playground equipment. In other words, they offer the best of both worlds, Colorado natural beauty and city life. They are located on the bus route to downtown Denver and all of its attractions, and just 3 blocks from the bus pick up for the Central City/Black Hawk gambling center. The RV Park has pull-thrus, full hook-ups, wireless internet, laundry facilities, etc. Shopping and restaurants are just down the street. So camp in style while you check out a Rockies or Broncos game; or shop the Cherry Creek and 16th Street Malls, tour the United States Mint, play the scenic golf courses, or just use the Prospect as your headquarters as you explore Rocky Mountain National Park.

Olde Town Arvada

attraction Arvada, CO
Located in a suburb adjacent to Denver, Colorado the Prospect RV Park is open year round. Though located next to a major metropolitan city, the R.V. Park is adjacent to open space with lake fishing, hiking, biking, and playground equipment. They are located on the bus route to downtown Denver and all of its attractions, and just 3 blocks from the bus pick up for the Central City/Black Hawk gambling center. They have got pull-thrus, full hook-ups, wireless internet, laundry facilities, etc. Shopping and restaurants are just down the street. So stay with them while you check out a Rockies or Broncos game; or shop the Cherry Creek and 16th Street Malls, tour the United State Mint, play the scenic golf courses, or just use the Prospect as your headquarters as you explore Rocky Mountain National Park, tour the US Air Force Academy, or experience world class skiing nearby.

Lyons City Park Meadow Park Campground

campground Lyons, CO
Located at the base of the frontrange Meadow Park Campground is a little known home base for exploring Boulder, Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. With full hookup RV sites you will stay in comfort in your RV rental at a park with ball fields, playgrounds, and a fun kayaking river run that allows you to portage a short distance and repeat the loop over and over again.

Bar Lake RV

campground Brighton, CO
Enjoy the sweet sound of birds chirping all around while you kick back and take in all of the natural beauty that Bar Lake RV in Commerce City, Colorado has to offer. This is the ideal campground for those who want to escape and get away from the hustle and bustle of life. Your senses will be in for a treat as you smell the flowers and plants, listen to the sounds of wildlife, and explore the wilderness. Colorado has some of the most famous outdoor activities around and you will have quick access to all of them. Bar Lake RV has all of the amenities of a luxury resort while still staying true to its natural surroundings. They offer full service RV hookups as well as hot showers and a laundry facility. You can spend some time at the pool or take your kids to the on site playground. There is also a camp store available for you to purchase items needed for the perfect vacation experience. At Bar Lake RV, you can hike trails or do some fishing at the lake.

Colorado Chautauqua National Historic Landmark

attraction Boulder, CO
The Colorado Chautauqua, is the only year round institution of its kind in the U.S. It is a national historic landmark, which includes 25 acres of trails, lodgings and historic buildings that are still in use. You can attend lectures, live performances, silent films, enjoy a meal, or buy tickets for a special event.

Flatirons Vista Trailhead

attraction Boulder, CO
If you?re looking for a challenging hike (8,148 ft) that will reward you with breathtaking scenery, then the Flatirons landmark is the place for you. Easily accessible from downtown Boulder, you can begin your hike here, but you also have the option of exploring many trails that offer an easier route. This is also a popular destination for rock climbers. During you hike you may be able to see coyotes, songbirds, eagles, mule deer, and bobcats which are all common year round.

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