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Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.
The smallest and nimblest of fully enclosed RVs. Drives like a van. Loves posing for Instagram.
A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.
Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.
If you can drive a truck, you can drive a truck camper. Makes roughing it significantly less rough.
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Just outside of the city on the fringes of Pueblo is one of the finest lakes in all of Colorado. This vacation paradise has miles of lakeshore to lounge on when you rent an RV near Lake Pueblo Campground, one of the best places to stay when visiting the region. This stunning lakefront campground has everything you could possibly want, with epic views, first-rate facilities, and quick drives to Pueblo to the east and Colorado Springs to the north.
Those who book an RV rental near Lake Pueblo Campground and stay for a few nights by the water’s edge won't be disappointed. Starry skies, ample space to swim, fishing spots, and pristine beaches are part of the fun when you stay at this rustic, state-run RV park, and there are a whole host of other amenities to keep you engaged and happy throughout the duration of your stay.
Campers can take part in a variety of activities while camping at Lake Pueblo Campground, like archery, birdwatching, biking, hiking, boating, swimming, kayaking, water skiing, tubing, hunting, fishing, and a whole lot more. This spectacular place to camp overnight has over 400 campsites, is open year-round, and allows guests to bring their pets. Lake Pueblo Campground also has modern bathroom and shower facilities; don't miss out on this amazing little wonderland on the lake when you feel like doing some Pueblo camping for your next vacation.
There is a reason why Colorado is ranked so highly among naturally beautiful states, as both a lovely place to live and a thrilling place to have an outdoor adventure. Outdoors enthusiasts come from all over the world to see the towering Rocky Mountains, the sprawling pine forests, and picturesque alpine lakes of the Centennial State, and when you rent an RV near Lake Pueblo Campground, you’ll get to see it all. Step out of your RV rental at Lake Pueblo, and you can enjoy the peaceful surroundings. At Lake Pueblo State Park, there are two marinas, plenty of fishing spots, 60 miles of coastline, and a wide-open lake perfect for swimming, fishing, and boating, along with other activities.
Lake Pueblo is fantastic, but there are lots of mountains and lofty parks in the Rockies to see during your Pueblo camper rental trip, like Spinney Mountain State Park and Eleven Mile State Park. Spinney Mountain State Park is a great place for mountain treks and rock climbing, especially the eponymous Spinney Mountain where you can take in sweeping views of the valleys below. Eleven Mile State Park has a large lake of its own, fully stocked with pike, trout, and other freshwater fish that you can cook over a campfire at the park’s campground.
There are some extraordinary national parks you can visit when you book an RV in Pueblo County, scattered throughout the state and easily reachable if you like to take road trips through high mountain passes. But Great Sand Dunes National Park is the closest to where you will be staying and a truly enchanting place to see and photograph some epic terrain. The park is named for its gigantic sand dunes reminiscent of the Sahara Desert in Africa which, paired with the Rocky Mountain backdrop behind them, make for some unusual landscapes. Visitors absolutely love to hike the dunes and sandboard down them for some unique thrills.
The city of Pueblo is in easy reach when you're camping at Lake Pueblo Campground. With just a short drive, you can spend time shopping, dining, and exploring in the "Steel City." The Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo is a brilliant place to stroll along the riverside, lined with shops, restaurants, and other locally owned businesses.
If you like museums, the Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum is a unique place to visit, full of decommissioned military jets and planes used in military conflicts like WWII and the Vietnam War. Tour the facilities with real combat veterans with extensive knowledge of mechanics, engineering, and history, and on the weekend, you can even use the flight simulators used to train F-16 pilots. The Rosemount Museum lets you step back in time to tour an old Victorian mansion once owned by the Thatcher Family of Pueblo. Each room possesses its original furniture and decoration, further adding to the authenticity of this stunning museum.
The Pueblo Zoo is a family-friendly feature of Pueblo worth seeing if you have the time. The zoo has 500 animals and 125 species from all over the globe. The city-run zoo is found in a public park and open to the general public, so make a visit if you consider yourself an animal lover.