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Think Colorado, and images of snowboarders and skiers shredding snow-capped mountains likely come to mind, but there’s a lot more to The Centennial State than the snowy slopes of Aspen and Breckenridge. Mead is a small town located less than an hour's drive north of Denver. Founded in 1906 when the Great Western Sugar Company decided to build a railroad that would allow farmers to transport their beets to the sugar mill, Mead’s small-town charm remains to this day. Despite its humble beginnings, the town’s proximity to many of Colorado’s hotspots makes it a point-of-interest for many, so find the best RV rental in Mead, put the pedal to the metal, and start exploring.

The Great Outdoors

You decided to rent an RV because you want to adventure, right? Well, hitch up that Mead travel trailer rental and head on over to Boulder. Less than an hour's drive away from Mead, Boulder has some incredible sights to see. There are the Flatirons — massive slabs of slanted sandstone that paint the backdrop of this great city. You can also check out Eldorado Canyon State Park for some rock-climbing, hiking, and unmatched views of the gorgeous state of Colorado.

You can also rent a motorhome in Mead and travel to the spectacular St. Vrain State Park. This beautiful destination offers a variety of activities for friends and families to enjoy together. Watch great egrets, bald eagles, and American white pelicans soar through the air as you enjoy a day of fishing and kayaking on one of the park’s many ponds and reservoirs. Watch as the sun dips behind the Rocky Mountains and under the horizon while taking a leisurely evening stroll. Then, park your Mead RV rental in one of the park’s full-hookup campsites and relax around the campfire.

And, of course, you can’t talk about Colorado without mentioning Rocky Mountain National Park. Reserve an RV rental in Mead and hightail it to one of the largest national parks in the United States. With elevations ranging from 7,860-feet to 14,259-feet, you’ll feel like you’re on top of the world when visiting this awe-inspiring national park.

RV Parks

Regardless of when you book an RV in Weld County, there’s an RV park ready to welcome you. If you’re looking for a place to park your RV rental near Mead, you might consider Horsetooth Reservoir. Situated in the foothills west of Fort Collins, this campground has standard full-hookup sites. Horsetooth Reservoir is popular amongst anglers, boaters, and watersport enthusiasts because of the 1,900-acre on-site reservoir that gives the campground its name. Showers are available for guests, and pets are welcome.

RVers can also opt for Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Camp-Resort in Estes Park. Each campsite features a picnic table and fire pit, but guests can upgrade to a premium site which also includes outdoor carpeting and a charcoal grill. Full-hookup and pull-through sites are available. Kids and adults alike can enjoy mini golf, a heated outdoor pool, horseshoe pits, an outdoor movie theater, karaoke, and many other amenities that are included in the price of your campsite reservation.

Exploring the City

Mead is a small town that gives visitors and locals alike the opportunity to get away from the chaos of modern, urbanized life. Nevertheless, there is much adventure to be had in and around Mead. Visiting with children? Give them the opportunity to explore what life was like when Mead was first founded at a local farm that is open to the public. You can find a petting zoo where you can interact with and feed goats, sheep, and llamas. Play in the sandbox or cuddle up with a book on one of the many hammocks or benches found throughout the farm. Ride the zip line or just run around with the free-roaming peacocks, chickens, and turkeys. Unplug and unwind in the heart of historic Mead.

You might also enjoy Longmont Museum and Cultural Center in nearby Longmont, Colorado. This museum houses changing exhibits centered on science, history, and art. A few long-term exhibits are featured too. If you’re interested in learning more about the history, nature, and culture of the Mead, this museum is a great resource

If you’re up for a short drive, check out nearby Boulder. The city has been called the Napa Valley of beer. Home to dozens of breweries, you can sample beers and see what goes on behind the scenes at one or more of these local brewing companies when you sign up for a brewery tour. Just be sure to have a designated driver.

Unswervingly a small town yet in proximity to the best that Colorado has to offer, rent a motorhome in Mead and, to quote Walt Whitman, “afoot and lighthearted, [I] take to the open road”.

RV Rentals in Mead, CO

Mead, CO is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Mead. Outdoorsy's Mead RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Mead are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Rocky Mountain National Park, Arapaho National Forest, White River National Forest, Chautauqua Park, and Pike National Forest.

What's around Mead, CO


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Emerald Lake Trail Estes Park Colorado
Beaver Brook and Chavez Trail Loop Golden Colorado
Gem Lake Trail Estes Park Colorado
Maxwell Falls Lower Trail Evergreen Colorado
Mount Sanitas Trail Boulder Colorado
Mount Falcon Castle Trail Morrison Colorado
The Incline Trail Manitou Springs Colorado
Seven Bridges Trail Colorado Springs Colorado
Royal Arch Trail Boulder Colorado
Mount Bierstadt Trail Idaho Springs Colorado

Nearby Campgrounds

Olde Town Arvada

attraction Arvada, CO
Located in a suburb adjacent to Denver, Colorado the Prospect RV Park is open year round. Though located next to a major metropolitan city, the R.V. Park is adjacent to open space with lake fishing, hiking, biking, and playground equipment. They are located on the bus route to downtown Denver and all of its attractions, and just 3 blocks from the bus pick up for the Central City/Black Hawk gambling center. They have got pull-thrus, full hook-ups, wireless internet, laundry facilities, etc. Shopping and restaurants are just down the street. So stay with them while you check out a Rockies or Broncos game; or shop the Cherry Creek and 16th Street Malls, tour the United State Mint, play the scenic golf courses, or just use the Prospect as your headquarters as you explore Rocky Mountain National Park, tour the US Air Force Academy, or experience world class skiing nearby.

Chatfield State Park

campground Littleton, CO
This great state park is south of Denver and offers urbanites a quick escape to natural bliss. With a large freshwater lake and miles of trails (that also connect to the urban network) you can spend all day going nowhere and having a blast doing it! An easy destination with your RV rental the sites are easy to get in to and the roads are always clear.

Denver Film Festival

attraction Denver, CO
The Denver Film Society has been promoting the medium as both an art form and civic forum since 1978. The Denver Film Festival is the largest event of its kind in the region, attracting many of the largest names in the industry. Enjoy star-studded red carpet premieres, parties, Q&As with filmmakers and so much more.

Manor RV Park

campground Estes Park, CO
The drive from Longmont to Manor RV Park is an hour of impressive views, scenic mountain vistas, and thick pine forests. The journey from the city to this rural Colorado paradise takes you on an adventure through the vast Rocky Mountain National Park, and past the sight of Meadow Mountain, Longs Peak, and the Twin Sisters Peak East, just to name a few. Manor RV Park is nestled deep in the heart of this natural wilderness, within minutes of the city of Estes Park. Virtually all of your basic camping or RV needs can be taken care of on site, as the venue is equipped with more than 100 RV parking spaces with full utility hookups, paved patios, and picnic tables. Get supplies at the store, which also can refill your propane tank and provide other basic camping supplies. Stay connected with the free WiFi and cable television access. Being some friends and use the clubhouse or fire pit for a bigger gathering. When it?s time to explore the wilderness, outdoor activities in and around the park include hiking in the nearby national park, and fishing is allowed with a permit.

The Prospect RV Park

campground Wheat Ridge, CO
Located in a suburb adjacent to Denver, Colorado the Prospect RV Park is open year round. Though located next to a major metropolitan city, the R.V. Park is adjacent to open space with lake fishing, hiking, biking, and playground equipment. They are located on the bus route to downtown Denver and all of its attractions, and just 3 blocks from the bus pick up for the Central City/Black Hawk gambling center. They have got pull-thrus, full hook-ups, wireless internet, laundry facilities, etc. Shopping and restaurants are just down the street. So stay with them while you check out a Rockies or Broncos game; or shop the Cherry Creek and 16th Street Malls, tour the United State Mint, play the scenic golf courses, or just use the Prospect as your headquarters as you explore Rocky Mountain National Park, tour the US Air Force Academy, or experience world class skiing nearby.

Prospect RV Park

campground Wheat Ridge, CO
Prospect RV Park is located in Wheat Ridge Colorado, a suburb adjacent to Denver. The Prospect RV Park is open year round. Though located next to a major metropolitan city, the R.V. Park is adjacent to open space with lake fishing, hiking, biking, and playground equipment. In other words, they offer the best of both worlds, Colorado natural beauty and city life. They are located on the bus route to downtown Denver and all of its attractions, and just 3 blocks from the bus pick up for the Central City/Black Hawk gambling center. The RV Park has pull-thrus, full hook-ups, wireless internet, laundry facilities, etc. Shopping and restaurants are just down the street. So camp in style while you check out a Rockies or Broncos game; or shop the Cherry Creek and 16th Street Malls, tour the United States Mint, play the scenic golf courses, or just use the Prospect as your headquarters as you explore Rocky Mountain National Park.

Denver Comic Con

attraction Denver, CO
Denver Comic Con is Colorado's premiere pop-culture fan experience. Held yearly, the three-day convention provides entertainment for the whole family. It's not just about comics, either: meet the stars of some of your favorite television shows, see people in costumes of your favorite characters and check out art by dozens of talented artists. Food, fun and an immersive pop-culture experience is sure to be a wonderful experience for you and your family.

Pearl Street Mall

attraction Boulder, CO
Take a stroll down one of Boulders' most lively and historic streets, enjoy art, live music, have an amazing meal, and interact with locals and outsiders in one of the many bars. Most of the buildings here are considered the oldest structures in Boulder which house restaurants, local businesses, boutiques and so much more. You can buy local food at the farmers? market, participate in community events, or join any tour of the city.

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Recommendations for Mead, CO from Outdoorsy Owners


Outdoor shopping with a classic feel. Lots of small businesses combined with large retailers.

Jul 16, 2018

Outdoor strip mall with lots of shopping and a movie theater.

Jul 16, 2018

This is a truck stop so it is convenient for diesel vehicles with large trailers to fuel up. There is also a restaurant and gift shop.

Jul 15, 2018

This is a family friendly location nestled next to the lake. Our favorite is the Eagle campgrounds. Here you are surrounded by nature enjoying the great outdoors.

Jul 15, 2018

This campground is within the city and is close to shopping. You can also enjoy the swim beach and park.

Jul 15, 2018

Super close to I25, very clean and friendly park. There is a pool and rec-room for the kids, small on-site store and a dog park. Family and dog friendly.

Jun 25, 2018

Public dump station close to the park entrance, can accommodate large rigs. Required to bring your own hose.

Jun 25, 2018

Fantastic RV park located right on the Big Thompson river. Mix of overnight, long-term, tents, and tiny homes. Super family friendly park with a nice central green space with a park, chickens & trail

Jun 25, 2018

One of the best music venues a short drive from Denver. Rocky Grass, Bluegrass music festivals, and a nearby tiny home community!

Apr 25, 2018