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Nestled along the edges of the Rocky Mountain National Park is the quiet community of Hygiene, Colorado. This agricultural area enjoys the melding of life in the Rockies as residents live and work with their natural surroundings. Visitors to Hygiene will be delighted in the sheer natural beauty that makes up the area. When you rent an RV here, it’ll almost come as a surprise once you realize just how close to the town of Longmont and the city of Denver, the community of Hygiene really is. Hygiene offers the perfect escape from hectic life as you strive to reconnect with nature, yet provides you within a short driving distance of these bustling communities.

When you book an RV in Boulder County, you are opening up a whole world of wilderness exploration for yourself. You will be right up against the Rockies, which provide the most breathtaking backdrop for any travel photo you may take.

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The Great Outdoors

If you want to learn more about life in the American West, then spend some time at Hall Ranch Open Space in Lyons, Colorado. With rolling hills and sandstone outcrops and formations, Hall Ranch is home to a variety of famed Colorado animals and vibrant wildflowers. There are several trails that trace their way across the park with varying degrees of difficulty. Visitors interested in pioneer history can choose to hike the Nelson Loop Trail and find the remnants of a pioneer homestead.

Just a short drive north of Hygiene is the Horsetooth Mountain Open Space in Fort Collins, Colorado. Just shy of 3,000 acres, Horsetooth Mountain Open Space can be explored by heading out on the various trails that trace through the park. Horsetooth is made up of dramatic peaks and rugged foothills that provide challenges to adventurous hikers and accomplished mountain climbers alike. From Horsetooth, you can pick up the Blue Sky Trail or the Lory State Park trail and explore even more of Colorado.

A short drive south of Hygiene is the Rocky Flats National Wildlife Refuge in Broomfield, Colorado. At Rocky Flats, visitors can head out over the prairie and historic ranch. This wildlife refuge is home to a variety of Colorado wildlife, such as prairie dogs, elk, and porcupine. Rocky Flats takes its own little slice of the quintessential American West environment and preserves and protects it for future generations not only to enjoy but thoroughly be proud of.

RV Parks

When you rent an RV in Hygiene, be sure to rent a couple of spots where you can park your RV for the night. Luckily enough, there are a few places around Hygiene that are worth considering.

Just to the north of Hygiene is the RV Retreat at Johnson’s Corner. Guests of the park will have access to full hook-up sites, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and also a lounge. There is also a swimming pool to cool down in the summertime.

Just a short drive to the northwest is the Estes Park KOA. At the KOA, guests can enjoy full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and planned activities. Visitors may also see some of the wildlife that wanders near the park due to the proximity to the Rocky Mountain National Park.

When you find yourself needed to refuel and restock your Hygiene RV rental by owner, you don’t need to worry. In nearby Longmont, there are a wealth of options available to the RV goer to make refueling and restocking easy.

Explore the City

When you choose a motorhome rental in Hygiene, be sure to set aside some extra time to explore the area around you. There is so much more to Colorado than just hiking that you are sure to find something that you enjoy.

Just on the northern side of town, you can find a farm that's open to the public. Visitors can pick apples, enjoy hayrides, and visit the working farm to get up close and personal to horses, chickens, and even peacocks.

Also on the northern edge of town is the Agricultural Heritage Center. Here, visitors can learn more about the history behind agricultural processes in Colorado. With interactive exhibits, a historic farmhouse fully furnished with historic artifacts, and farm animals, there is a lot to learn and a lot to see at the Agricultural Heritage Center.

The Rabbit Brush Gallery is an art gallery that features artists local to Colorado and the Rocky Mountains. You can see a variety of artwork in a variety of mediums and, if you like something, you may even be able to purchase it and take it home with you.

After a fun-filled day hiking the mountains or picking apples, be sure to refuel with a Rocky Mountain delicacy. Sit down to a hearty bison burger to enjoy the flavors of the mountains as well as the local sustainable agriculture while you enjoy your camper rental in Hygiene.

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