2020 Four Winds 31B - Camp in Comfort!
2020 Four Winds 31B - Camp in Comfort!
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Right in between Denver and Colorado Springs is the picturesque hideaway of Larkspur. Almost dissolving into the nearby Pikes National Forest, the town of Larkspur offers the perfect middle ground for those visitors who couldn’t pick a city while also wanting to remain close to nature. Luckily enough, Larkspur checks all of those boxes. When you rent an RV in Larkspur, you find yourself within an easy drive of two major cities and dozens of state and national recreational areas. Visiting Larkspur will grant you with the ability to explore much of the Colorado wilderness currently under protection, thus creating a truly beautiful and captivating adventure.
When you book an RV in Douglas County, you guarantee an excursion filled with your own American West expeditions and adventures. You will be able to hike mountains, raft down rivers, and thoroughly enjoy your retreat into the wilderness as you explore this great American state.
Just north of Larkspur is the Cherry Creek State Park near Aurora, Colorado. If you’re looking to escape to the ecosystem that makes America truly unique, then head to the natural prairie land and soft rolling hills at Cherry Creek. Situated on a man-made lake, Cherry Creek hosts a wide variety of activities in both the summer and winter. In the summer, visitors flock to the lake, whether to boat, swim, or fish. When the lake is closed during the cooler months, visitors are more inclined to head out on the biking or hiking trails or even try some cross-country skiing.
South of Larkspur is the stunning Garden of the Gods Park in Colorado Springs, Colorado. With stunning red, orange, and pink sandstone towers that erupt out of the landscape, Garden of the Gods almost makes the visitor feel as though they’ve stepped onto another planet. Some of these amazing towers reach heights of 300 feet. If you want to try your hand at rock climbing, or further work on your skills, then Garden of the Gods is a great place to get some practice under your belt.
Just west of Larkspur is the Pike National Forest near Sedalia, Colorado. At just over 1.1 million acres, Pike National Forest is an ideal place for adventurers to fully immerse themselves in the wilderness of the American West. With a large network of trails crossing through the park, you can enjoy the fresh air of the pine forests, challenge yourself with inclined hikes up the unique pink and orange granite, and relax on the shores of Rampart Reservoir. With so much wilderness to explore in Colorado, Pike National Forest offers an unspoiled capsule of the American West.
When you secure an RV rental in Larkspur, be sure to secure an RV site or two. Luckily enough, there are several places around Larkspur that are sure to interest you.
Just north of Larkspur is the Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park. At Jellystone, visitors will have access to either full or just electric hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, an on-site general store, and also a variety of other activities and events, such as a playground and movie theater.
Just a short drive south of Larkspur is the Colorado Heights Camping Resort. Visitors will have access to full hookups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, and a variety of sporting activities, such as mini golf and volleyball.
There are plenty of places to refuel your motorhome rental in Larkspur and restock your supplies up and down Interstate 25, so you will have no difficulty finding somewhere to stop.
When you choose to get a travel trailer rental in Larkspur, be sure to set aside some extra time to explore the area around you. Colorado is bursting with various types of excitement and you’ll want as much time as you can get.
If you enjoyed your hikes up and down peaks of the various mountains, but are searching for that extra rush, then book a spot at one of the zip line groups in the area. You can speed down zip lines and climb through above-ground obstacle courses and let the adrenaline pump through you.
North of Larkspur, on the way to Denver, is the Cherokee Ranch & Castle. The property is a beautiful spectacle with an amazing Rocky Mountain backdrop. While the location may mostly be used for events, the Ranch & Castle offers a variety of classes. You can take a hike through the ranch or sit in on a lecture about the local area.
If you choose to rent an RV in Larkspur during the summer, be sure to spend some time at the Colorado Renaissance Festival. Located in Larkspur, the Colorado Renaissance Festival has themed weekends, jousting, performers, artisan marketplaces, and a wide variety of both period-appropriate and classic carnival foods. With so much merriment, the Colorado Renaissance Festival is quite the step back in time.
If you haven’t filled up on Renaissance Fest food, be sure to treat yourself to some Colorado delicacies. Indulge in a hearty, yet lean, bison burger and local craft brew.