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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.
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Denver, and to a lesser extent Colorado Springs, tends to get all the credit when it comes to tourism in the Centennial State, but if you want to avoid the crowds in those two metropolises, you will certainly enjoy the much more sparsely populated town of Pueblo. It’s less than a two-hour drive south of the Mile High City on Interstate 25, making it one of the more convenient places to stay when renting an RV to explore the Rocky Mountain Front.
When you choose a Pueblo camper rental, you’d be hard pressed to find a better place to stay than the Pueblo KOA campground. The park has excellent amenities like laundry facilities, a swimming pool and hot tub, pedal kart and bike rentals, a dog park, and an extensive playground for the kids to enjoy. When RV camping at Pueblo KOA, you’ll be equipped with full hookups, including 50 amp electrical service, and massive 125-foot-long pull-through sites. Few camping experiences will be quite as luxurious as camping at Pueblo KOA.
When you book an RV in Pueblo County, the real joy, though, is exploring the magnificent landscapes surrounding it. “Welcome to Colorful Colorado” is a state motto for a reason - when you wake up, you can watch the sunrise’s orange glow warm the high peaks, pick blue and yellow wildflowers on a splendid hike, stand in awe over the bright blue waters of an alpine lake, and fall asleep as the jagged purple mountains become shrouded in darkness as night approaches.
When it comes to outdoor adventure, no state has more going for it than Colorado. Pueblo sits in the shadow of Pikes Peak, the highest summit in the southern section of the Rocky Mountain Front and one of the most popular “fourteeners” (mountains over 14,000 feet in height) to climb. There’s also the Garden of the Gods nearby, a thousand acres of bizarre sandstone rock formations that are a joy to explore on foot.
One of America’s most underrated national parks is also just a short drive away when you rent a camper near Pueblo KOA. That park is Great Sand Dunes and its home to some of the highest dunes in the United States, towering at 750 feet. For an extra bit of fun while you’re exploring the park, rent a sandboard from the shop near its entrance and surf down the waves of sand. Great Sand Dunes National Park is a fantastic day trip destination from Pueblo and is a small enough park that you can probably see the whole place in just one day.
Not far from Pueblo is the outdoor mecca of Canon City and the Royal Gorge. If you are thinking of doing some whitewater rafting when you camp in an RV near Pueblo, this is the place to do it. The gorge is the deepest canyon in Colorado at over 1,200 feet and is packed with class IV rapids that will test even the most seasoned paddlers - guides and equipment rentals can be found in Canon City.
One of the classic activities to do when getting a campervan rental in Pueblo is to stroll along the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk. It runs right through the middle of downtown, and there are over 50 pieces of art to enjoy along the way. If you want to see the city from the water, half-hour-long boat rides are available through the river channels.
Pueblo also has a number of interesting museums worth checking out. The Pueblo Weisbrod Aircraft Museum houses dozens of planes and helicopters dating back to World War I in two large hangers. On several days each year, visitors can actually climb inside these impressive flying machines to feel what it’s like to be a real-life Air Force pilot. Check their schedule to see if one of these events is happening during your RV rental vacation.
For a little more military history, there’s also the Center for American Values; a niche museum focused on supporting honor, integrity, and patriotism through the celebration of veterans. More specifically, exhibits name and detail the exploits of America’s Medal of Honor recipients as an example of how citizens can do more for the country. It can be an incredibly moving experience for most of its visitors.
If you’re a fan of the weird and offbeat, check out Bishop Castle near the town of Fairview. Originally intended to be a cabin, Jim Bishop inadvertently created a castle when he added stones to the outside of exterior of the cottage he was building. From there, he ran with the idea and created one of Colorado’s strangest architectural roadside attractions.