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Whichever part of Colorado you go to, you will be surprised by its amazing natural spots, and the south of the state is no different. If you are looking for a base camp where you can start your exploration journey, Lathrop Campground is just the place for you and your campervan rental. The amenities you will find at this pet-friendly campground will make your stay even more relaxing, and they include a camp store, a playground, restrooms, and showers. RV sites have electric hookups with 20, 30, and 50 amps, as well as fire pits and grills, and campers can also rough it up in a tent.
While camping at Lathrop Campground, you can discover the surrounding Lathrop State Park; however, there are so many places in the region that can be also be explored while you're here. From sand dunes and lakes to endless national forests to the west and northwest, you will be stunned by the natural variety of Colorado as you travel around. If you are looking forward to sightseeing and getting familiar with the local culture, there are cities you can quickly get to when you hit the road in your rental RV. Pueblo is less than an hour's drive away, inviting visitors to take a walk along its lively Historic Arkansas Riverwalk or pay a visit to the Rosemount Museum. The campground lies halfway between Denver, the capital of Colorado and home to the Denver Art Museum and Denver Botanic Gardens, and Santa Fe, the capital of New Mexico where you can enter the Georgia O’Keeffe Museum or discover the city’s history at the Palace of the Governors.
As soon as you step out of your Walsenburg camper rental, you will find yourself surrounded by the incredible beauty of Lathrop State Park. The snow-covered peaks of the Spanish Mountains create a wonderful backdrop perfect for nature photographers. The park is home to Horseshoe and Martin lakes, welcoming campers to take part in their favorite aquatic activities such as swimming, water skiing, windsurfing, fishing, and boating. Those who want to move through the park on dry land and see what else it has to offer can do that by following one of the hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. The pleasant climate of the area allows for travelers to stop by the park any time of the year and play a game of golf or just sit back and rest their eyes on the park’s breathtaking scenery.
While RV camping at Lathrop Campground, do not miss out on visiting one of the most incredible places in the region – Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve. In addition to some of the tallest sand dunes on the continent, you will find grasslands, wetlands, and tundra – all in one place. Add to that the peaceful alpine lakes mirroring the towering peaks of Sangre de Cristo Mountains and you will never want to leave. Hikers and backpackers can try conquering the Star Dune, the tallest dune in the park, or disappear among the lush trees. Sand sledding is one of the most popular activities, and splashing around in Medano Creek doesn’t fall far behind. You can even camp in the dune field and experience the beauty of the night sky in the best way possible.
Adventurous souls who like to roam freely through endless areas of wilderness should pay a visit to Pike and San Isabel National Forests & Cimarron and Comanche National Grasslands. Millions of acres are waiting for outdoor enthusiasts to come and conquer them. The Top of the Rockies National Scenic Byway is only one of the roads you can drive on in your RV rental and take in the majestic vistas of mountain ridges disappearing in the distance. A section of the Continental Divide Trail is there for hikers, while climbers will be thrilled to find that almost half of Colorado’s fourteeners are located in the forests. Whether you come for the waterfalls, clear mountain streams, or the fresh air, you are in the right place.
When you opt for one of the RV rentals in Huerfano County, it is easy to move around and make a stop wherever you want. One of the places where you definitely should stop is the city of Pueblo, home to the magnificent Rosemount Museum. The museum is actually a gorgeous mansion, standing on one of the highest points in the city. Dozens of rooms have the original furnishings dating back to the 19th century, painting a picture of how life looked back then. It was once known as "Colorado’s Crown Jewel," and if you pay it a visit, you will find soon find out why.
If you decide to take your RV rental near Lathrop Campground to Denver, spend some time in the Denver Museum of Art and find an escape from the busy streets inside its extraordinary building. The collection of American Indian art is one of the highlights of the museum, and there are modern masterpieces, as well as art coming from different continents and eras. The museum also features sculptures, textile art, and photographs.
Another must-visit place of the capital is Denver Botanic Gardens. It includes three locations and is home to one of the largest collections of plants from cold and temperate climates from around the world. Visitors can also admire plants from Colorado and the surrounding region divided into seven separate gardens and attend art exhibits and special events.
RV camping in southern Colorado brings the best of the natural world, and you can go from the dryness of sand dunes to greenery full of life in a matter of minutes.