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The Indian Peaks Wilderness is located near Allenspark, CO, which is in the north-central portion of the state. This site isn't far from the busy, "Front Range." The nearest larger town is Boulder, at around 25 miles to the east, while the Denver metro area is a little more than 50 miles to the southeast.

This part of Colorado is rural and very scenic, as it sits within the Rocky Mountains; it consists of pine and snow-covered peaks. This region is a paradise for people who love the outdoors, no matter the time of year. During the summer, enjoy camping, hiking, horseback riding, and biking as well as a number of snow sports, including downhill skiing, in the winter. You will never be bored when you visit this beautiful land.

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Getting Outdoors

Renting an RV at this park puts a multitude of outdoor activities right at your fingertips. There are a number of small lakes in the area. These are mostly used for fishing and swimming, though you could also paddle a canoe or kayak along their shores. Some can be driven to while others require a hike to reach.

There are many hiking trails in this region, which can vary greatly in both lengths but also difficulty level. They can be used as bike trails, for riding horses and for winter sports such as snowshoeing. Many of these are high altitude, so visitors should be prepared for the lower concentrations of oxygen. Also, winter weather conditions can last far longer in these areas.

There are a number of natural sites to visit in the Boulder area. These include the Flatirons, Eldorado Canyon, Flagstaff Mountain, and parks. Most of these offer trails for recreating. Rock climbing can be enjoyed at some of these locales, as well. There are also picturesque waterfalls and rock formations that can be viewed.

Camping at the Indian Peaks Wilderness

This area makes it easy to camp with an RV. There are a number of campgrounds located throughout the region, ranging from simple, National Forest Service sites to full RV parks that provide far more amenities.

There are a number of National Forest campgrounds that dot this area. These are usually quite rustic, only offering basic amenities such as vault toilets and potable water. Also, these locations are often in more secluded, rural areas. While they can be beautiful, they tend to be closed during the long, snowy months.

Peak to Peak RV park is in Nederland. It is located just off of Route 19, so it should be easy to find. The campsites provide a variety of hookups. Pets are also allowed here, and they can accommodate reservations of varying lengths. As there is easy access to so many beautiful places in this area, many people enjoy camping in the Indian Peaks Wilderness, so you shouldn't have any trouble locating services.

Exploring the Area

When you book an RV in Boulder County, you will find many different enjoyable places to visit. There are several museums in the Boulder area. The CU Museum of Natural History is located on that campus. It features the plants and animals that make up the local ecosystems. Those from prehistoric times are also highlighted. The Museum of Boulder features the art and culture of the town. There are other art museums found nearby, as well. State park RV camping allows you to explore so many unique areas.

This town is well-known for NCAR, or the National Center for Atmospheric Research. This is a national research lab that studies the weather and climate. Portions of it are open for touring by the public. Exhibits offer explanations of various weather phenomena. It also sits on a mountaintop offering scenic views of the town and countryside below. You will find walking and biking trails throughout the campus, as well.

Other fun places to check out in that town include the Underwater Fish Observatory, where you can view these critters in their natural environment. There is also the Sommers-Bausch Observatory and the Fiske Planetarium. Both of these offer shows and information on the night sky that hangs above us. Some special events occur throughout the year, as well.

If you've been looking for a scenic place for your next vacation that offers a multitude of fun things to do, consider camping at Indian Peaks Wilderness. Take a hike through a picturesque forest, catch a fish on a local lake or learn about the weather at a national lab. Camp in an RV near Allenspark and enjoy your time in the Rocky Mountains!

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