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Information About Frederick, CO
Book an RV in Frederick, CO, and you will appreciate the town's welcoming, small-town atmosphere. Frederick is a part of the tri-town area known as Carbon Valley, which also includes the towns of Firestone and Dacono. Originally a coal mining town, Frederick was incorporated in 1907 and named after the father, a local landowner, of the three women who laid out the town limits. The coal mining attracted immigrants from Italy, France, Greece, Turkey, several Slavic countries and Latin America.
Nearby towns to visit with the Frederick camper rental include Longmont, Lafayette, Brighton, Broomfield, and big city Denver. All are within a 30-minute drive of Frederick, in their respective directions.
Frederick enjoys a state and federally supported public transit system, but many locals enjoy walking due to the town's small size; from your Frederick luxury RV rental, you can walk almost anywhere in minutes. There are two airports and five Amtrak stations within 30 miles of Frederick.
The Great Outdoors
Given Frederick's size, most activities are located nearby. Frederick has a vineyard, and several locally owned and operated breweries, a good source of quality meals and customized beers that you won't find anywhere else.
Families with kids (or older couples defying their age) can enjoy a round of paintball in Dacono, four miles away; those who like to watch others get all the exercise can watch the Colorado National Speedway, also in Dacono. The city of Firestone offers an 18-hole golf course to those who want to participate in a more relaxed manner and complements it with an on-site restaurant, both of which have received excellent reviews.
Erie, CO, has operating farms that are also tourist attractions; kids and young-at-heart adults can pet the animals and see how farms actually work. Stephen King fans should especially visit Anderson Farms, which has a haunted corn maze and zombie paintball; these Halloween activities are open year round and the farm always has something new to see and do.
There aren’t many RV sites directly within the city limits of Frederick, but there are many nearby, some of which are only a short drive away. Park your Frederick RV rental at St. Vrain State Park and you will be a mere 10 miles away, in the northwest corner of the intersection between highways CO-119 and CO-87. St. Vrain has several small lakes and hiking trails.
Boulder County Fairgrounds in Longmont, approximately 16 to 17 miles away, is another good choice for your Frederick, CO rental motorhome. It has several small lakes a short 200 meters away. The closest site is the B & B Mobile & RV Park, situated 7 miles away at the intersection of highway 52 & E County Line Rd. Boulder Creek is a short walk away, less than 600 feet.
Exploring The City
The month of June features its annual “Frederick in Flight” event. Hot air balloons lift off at dawn from Centennial Park each day of the festival, which runs from Friday to Sunday. There is live music, food vendors & a beer and wine garden, plus activities for the younger children. Travelers who know they will be in Frederick at this time can even volunteer to help.
Downtown Sounds runs every Thursday from June to September in the Crist Park Gazebo. There are food trucks to enjoy while listening to a mixed selection of local bands. Viewers are encouraged to bring their lawn chairs, blankets and pillows, and settle in for the early evening festival. The concert series is associated with The Frederick Market special events, which provides a venue for locally produced foods and other goods. You can fill your Frederick rental motorhome cupboards with fresh produce for later in your adventure.
Christmas, it seems, begins earlier and earlier every year and in Frederick, it comes late in July. Kids can visit Santa, while adults browse nearby stalls for locally crafted Christmas gifts. Visitors who wish to help local law enforcement officers escape the heat can visit the Dog Days dunk tank, and enjoy an evening concert as the temperature cools.
Late September offers Frederick's own take on Oktoberfest, replete with German food, beer and music. Early December provides the Frederick Festival of Lights, organized in conjunction with Dacono and Firestone. The event kicks off with the lighting of the trees in Crist Park, horse-drawn carriage rides, ice sculpture demonstrations, performances by local school choirs and carolers, and one last chance to sit on Santa's lap.
RV Rentals in Frederick, CO
Frederick, CO is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.
There are many popular rentals in Frederick. Outdoorsy's Frederick 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 Frederick 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, Pike National Forest, and Genesee Park.
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