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Colorado is widely known for its magnificent mountain ranges but if you're looking for something different, try RV camping at Limon KOA in east-central Colorado. Nestled in the heart of the state's high plains and only a short drive from Denver and Colorado Springs, this quiet RV park has everything you need for a relaxing stay, including a seasonal swimming pool, bicycle rentals, and an activity room that occasionally hosts pancake breakfasts in the summer. The campground is pet-friendly and has a playground for kids, a camp store with gifts and RV supplies, and much more. Your kids will enjoy the volleyball and tetherball courts, and your pets can burn off some energy on the doggy walk.
You can freshen up as soon as you arrive; the park has restrooms with showers and laundry facilities if you need them. Let everyone back home know you've arrived with the camp Wi-Fi and then catch up on the news with the cable TV channels that are available. Individual sites have enough space to fit large motorhome rentals and offer full hookups with up to 50 amp service. Some of the sites have pull-through access.
Now that you're set up and refreshed, there are some local attractions in Limon that might interest you. Limon Heritage Museum has exhibits that detail rural and agricultural life, local military history, the Great Depression, and much more. The Railroad Park has train cars, one of which originally served as a classroom, and other memorabilia. The city has a public golf course if you need to squeeze in a round and a wetlands area and fishing pond, and all of these are within the city limits.
Book an RV in Lincoln County, and you will be ready for the adventure of a lifetime. Camping with an RV is a unique experience, and if you aim yours towards Rocky Mountain National Park, it's an experience you'll never forget. This is a longer trip of around 150 miles each way; it will take a few hours round trip to complete, so you might want to make it an overnight trip to enjoy it best. Still, it's one that you won't want to miss, with subalpine and alpine ecosystems and hiking trails through forest groves and up into the higher regions. Some wildflowers here grow only a few days each year and can take years to fully bloom. Don't forget to bring your camera or proper clothing, as the weather in the mountains can change quickly.
If moderate weather is something you prefer, Pawnee National Grassland is located about 120 miles to the north. This could be a day trip if you leave early enough or an overnighter, depending on how long you plan on staying. It's located in the South Platte River basin, an area accentuated by buttes, expansive grass areas, and numerous hiking trails. It's also a good location for bird watching; from the northern edge of the park, you can see across the border into Wyoming.
Slightly closer to Limon KOA you will find Cheyenne Mountain State Park and Pikes Peak, 80 miles and about 100 miles away, respectively; the drive to each area should take about 90 minutes, making them ideal day trip destinations. Cheyenne Mountain State Park has a visitor center with exhibits and a stone fireplace where you can relax before or after your adventure while looking out across the landscape. It has miles upon miles of trails just waiting for you to hike or mountain bike. Pikes Peak is a few minutes' drive farther and has distinctive pink granite peaks that are eye-catching; if you happen to be here, you can choose between hiking or climbing, or even camp overnight and experience a star-lit nighttime sky.
All of these nature experiences are going to leave you hungry and looking to relax, and a good place to indulge yourself is Boulder, which has been described as “the city nestled between the mountains and reality.” It has also been labeled “America's foodiest town,” so you know what to expect. It's a good location for finding weekly farmers' markets and annual events such as the Boulder Peak Triathlon. Take a casual stroll along Pearl Street, a brick-paved pedestrian mall with historic storefronts, microbreweries, and some of the best restaurants in the city.
Just a short trip northwest in the Limon campervan rental, through the scenic mountains, you will find Walden, a small town haven with restaurants, hotels, and other amenities all looking outwards and upwards to the picturesque mountain canvas. Here you will find glacier peaks, river valleys with lush vegetation and sand dunes, and hospitality that outdoes itself.
Whatever you're looking for, you're sure to find it in this northeastern Colorado region, and Limon KOA puts it all right at your RV doorstep.