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Discover Grand Lake, CO

A small town that grew around Colorado's largest natural body of water, Grand Lake is the only western gateway to the Rocky Mountain National Park. Denver is a two-hour drive away by motorhome rental in Grand Lake, making you feel you are in the heart of the mountains when you come to visit this charming lakeside town sitting at more than 8,300 feet above sea level.

Grand Lake had its start as an outfitting and supply point for Lulu City, now a ghost town but a booming silver mining settlement in the late 19th century. Over time, Grand Lake became a destination in its own right: Today, quaint cabins and summer homes line the lake’s shores. Book an RV in Grand Lake and you’ll find the western entrance to the RMNP is just a short drive away.

Discover the Wild Surprises of Rocky Mountain National Park

Find the best Grand Lake RV rental by owner and experience Colorado's largest and deepest alpine lake. The most opportune time to take to the water is in the morning, when the lake is as flat as a sheet of glass, making kayaking, rental boating, and paddle boating a breeze. The lake has sandy beaches, which provide a wonderful place to let the children play in the warm sand or simply soak up the lakeside scene. There are designated swimming areas if you are adventurous enough to float in the frigid waters.

Grand Lake bills itself as the "Snowmobiling Capital of Colorado". Hundreds of miles of trails that cyclists and ATV riders use in summer become thick with snow in winter and are therefore ideal for Nordic skiing, snowshoeing, and snowmobiling. You can even snowmobile right down Main Street in winter.

Naturally, all roads lead to Rocky Mountain National Park when you arrive with your travel trailer rental in Grand Lake. But with more than 265,000 acres to get lost in, where do you go? That, of course, depends on what you came here for. Wildlife abounds in some areas, so if you're keen to see elk and moose (frequent), or black bear and bobcat (rare) while breaking a serious sweat, a five-mile (one-way) hike up Baker Gulch (with about 2,500 feet in elevation gain) on your way to Parika Lake will prove worth your effort.

Or you can put your camper rental in Grand Lake to good use on a drive over the Continental Divide. From Grand Lake, the Trail Ridge Road – paved in its entirety – connects you to Estes Park, one of the eastern entrances to the RMNP. Sweeping views of the valleys and crags await you on this two-hour drive while still rewarding you with common sightings of moose, marmots, and bighorn sheep.

Where to Park Your RV

Given its lakeside location right outside the Rocky Mountain National Park, Grand Lake makes it easy for visitors with campers and trailers to find centrally located motorhome sites. In fact, a few of the closest campgrounds are within a 15-minute drive of Main Street. Get close to the action and consider staying at either Elk Creek Campground and RV Park, Winding River Resort, or Green Ridge Campground. A few other options are available in Granby about 15 miles away. It’s far from the RMNP entrance, but the town has an enormous market for your grocery needs. You don’t have to leave town for fuel though as there are a few gas stations in Grand Lake.

Elk Creek Campground welcomes Grand Lake RV rentals with full hookup sites with up to 50 amp service. There are also water and electric only sites, restrooms and showers, and a dump station. Moose, elk, and deer are regularly sighted, so it’s worth looking into if waking up to wildlife is on your list. Winding River Resort has full hookup sites, showers and restrooms, and a camp store. Horseback riding, fishing, and haystack rides are popular activities here.

Part of the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests, the Green Ridge Campground offers non-electric RV sites, with drinking water available. There are flush toilets and a dump station, and firewood sold on site. With the campground by the shore of the Shadow Mountain Lake, you can also enjoy swimming, boating, and fishing. Cast a line out for salmon and trout.

The Walmart stores in Longmont and Loveland are the closest to Grand Lake if you have just gone down the Trail Ridge Road and exited at Estes Park. Check with the store manager if you can park overnight so you can leave your Grand Lake RV rental by day and explore the town.

Small Town, Grand Views

Grand Lake has none of the big-name brands you might find in a tourist town. Perhaps because of its seclusion, Grand Lake retains an old-fashioned charm that often evaporates when a town sits right next to a popular national park. Soak up the town's laidback character or browse the art galleries and locally owned restaurants and shops on a stroll down the boardwalk.

See what life was like in the late 19th century at Kauffman House Museum. The structure is typical of log architecture before 1900 when people moved west in search of land open to homestead. Step inside for a close look at turn-of-the-century clothing, furniture, and iron kitchen ware.

Removed from big cities it may be, Grand Lake nonetheless has a decent share of BBQ and grill fare, with a few Italian and Mexican options thrown in the mix. There's also American comfort food and casual dining options. If you want to tuck into a good meal after a day out in the wild, a few fine dining venues, with views to match, are available.

Grand Lake is one of Colorado’s hidden gems, and worth venturing this far out for its postcard quaintness alone. As the town says to entice visitors, “you need a new bucket list”. So go ahead. Search for the best RV rental in Grand Lake, CO, today, and “go grand.”

RV Rentals in Grand Lake, CO

Grand Lake, CO is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

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

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Grand Lake 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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What's around Grand Lake, CO

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, dumpstations, and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Royal Arch Trail Boulder Colorado
Mount Falcon Castle Trail Morrison Colorado
Mount Sanitas Trail Boulder Colorado
Hanging Lake Trail Glenwood Springs Colorado
Mount Bierstadt Trail Idaho Springs Colorado
Emerald Lake Trail Estes Park Colorado
Beaver Brook and Chavez Trail Loop Golden Colorado
Gem Lake Trail Estes Park Colorado
Maxwell Falls Lower Trail Evergreen Colorado
Mohawk Lakes Trail Breckenridge Colorado

Nearby Dumpstations

Rest Stop

Scenic Vista Silverthorne, CO 80498
Westbound, 10 truck parking spaces, No Facilities (R)

RV World LLC

4401 East Prospect Road Fort Collins, CO 80525
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Rentals (SR) (D)

Southwest Refinishing RV Body & Paint Shop

372 Mountain View Rd. Berthoud, CO 80513
M-F 8-5 Sat by Appt, Body Repair, Parts Installation (SR)

Camping World RV Sales of Denver

16000 W Colfax Avenue Golden, CO 80401
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Dutchmen, Jayco, Keystone, Certified Techs (SR) (D)

Rest Stop

Turnout Dillon, CO 80435
Westbound, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Welcome Center Fort Collins, CO 80525
Northbound, Southbound, 25 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Handicap, Recycling Bins next to dumpster, 12 hour parking limit, Center is open 8am-6pm, with small souvenir shop inside (R)

Boulder RV Center Inc

2875 30th Street Boulder, CO 80301

Rest Stop

Turnout Dillon, CO 80435
Eastbound, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Scenic Vista Silverthorne, CO 80498
Eastbound, 10 truck parking spaces, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Turnout Georgetown, CO 80444
Eastbound, Scenic Vista No Facilities (R)

Nearby Campgrounds

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.

Manor RV Park

campground Estes Park, CO
The drive from Longmont to Manor RV Park is an hour of impressive views, scenic mountain vistas, and thick pine forests. The journey from the city to this rural Colorado paradise takes you on an adventure through the vast Rocky Mountain National Park, and past the sight of Meadow Mountain, Longs Peak, and the Twin Sisters Peak East, just to name a few. Manor RV Park is nestled deep in the heart of this natural wilderness, within minutes of the city of Estes Park. Virtually all of your basic camping or RV needs can be taken care of on site, as the venue is equipped with more than 100 RV parking spaces with full utility hookups, paved patios, and picnic tables. Get supplies at the store, which also can refill your propane tank and provide other basic camping supplies. Stay connected with the free WiFi and cable television access. Being some friends and use the clubhouse or fire pit for a bigger gathering. When it?s time to explore the wilderness, outdoor activities in and around the park include hiking in the nearby national park, and fishing is allowed with a permit.

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.

St. Vrain State Park

campground Longmont, CO
At St. Vrain you can enjoy views of the Rocky Mountains reflected on the many ponds and lakes located within the park. St. Vrain has a total of 87 campsites in eight campgrounds located on or near the banks of the ponds. You can fish, boat, kayak, water ski, bird watch and bike on the trails that surround the ponds. The popular RV rental destination this centrally located park is easy to navigate in your RV rental.

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.

Standley Lake Regional Park

campground Broomfield, CO
Colorado is a nature lover's paradise. It is home to some of the best ski resorts and recreational areas in the region. If you plan to be in the area and are looking for a rough and rugged place to park your RV, check out Standley Lake Regional Park in Broomfield, Colorado. This RV park is located in the regional park and offers easy access to the lake and all of the wilderness attractions. Standley Lake Regional Park is for those who want a true camping experience. They offer pull through lots as well as water and electrical hookups. You will get to enjoy the peace and quiet that a remote camping destination brings and can admire the views of the Rocky Mountains in the distance. Standley Lake Regional Park is perfect for those who love water sports and fishing. You can stroll along the shore and let your dogs run around.

Cow Creek South

campground Heeney, CO
Located in White River National Forest this campground provides a scenic setting for visitors looking for a variety of recreational activities on land and on water. The 2.3 million-acre White River National Forest has eight wilderness area and ten peaks with over 14,000 feet in elevation. The camp site is located on the shores of the Green Mountain reservoir, where you can canoe, fish, waterski and windsurf. In the summer you can take the Trail Ridge Road from one side of the park to the other, where you'll have views of alpine elevations of more than 12,000 feet. Amazing scenery awaits your RV rental trip.

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