2009 Coachmen Express
2009 Coachmen Express
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While towns like Aspen and Vail get most of the attention when it comes to Colorado ski destinations, Steamboat Springs has much of the same great skiing at a lower cost and is only three hours to the northeast of Denver.
While Steamboat Springs isn’t particularly large and much of the downtown area can be covered on foot, the town does offer a bus service, which offers multiple routes throughout the area. There’s even a bus that travels past the RV parks to the west of the town, so you can find a park to set up camp with the RV rental near Steamboat Springs and then hop the bus to tour the town.
When you book an RV in Steamboat Springs, you’ll give yourself the independence to explore the beautiful mountains and other attractions in the area.
The Steamboat Springs KOA is only five minutes from the downtown area and boasts some top-notch amenities including a pool during the summer, bike rentals, a camp kitchen and mini-golf course. Sites come with full hookups and pets are allowed. Another park in the area is the Eagle Soaring RV Park, about ten minutes from town. Sites offer full hookups, BBQs, and showers. If you don’t mind staying slightly farther from town with the Steamboat Springs camper rental, this could be a good option.
While the previous two parks are some of the only full-service RV parks in the area, there are plenty of places to park your Steamboat Springs RV rental in the mountains if you don’t mind forgoing hookups and some of the accoutrements of a dedicated RV park. Dry Lake Campground in the Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest is only 15 minutes from Steamboat Springs and Meadows Campground, to the southeast, are both open during the summer months. Drinking water is also not provided, so you’ll need to bring a large jug of your own.
While Steamboat Springs is most famous for the skiing and hiking in the nearby mountains, there’s still plenty to do in town on days that you don’t feel like venturing out too far with the Steamboat Springs motorhome rental. Tread of Pioneers Museum gives a great tour of the history of Steamboat Springs including the stories of the Native Americans that once inhabited the area and how the town became such a popular skiing destination.
The Old Town Hot Springs in the center of town (the town’s namesake) are a great way to relax after a hard day of shredding powder too. The soothing waters from the spring heat several hot tubs and pools and feel amazing on sore muscles. The Chief Theater also has some outstanding entertainment with a few mainstream and indie/documentary films playing every week during the summer months.
If you’re visiting with kids on the Steamboat Springs rental RV vacation, the Amaze’n Steamboat Family Fun Park has mini golf, a maze, a pool, and laser tag, and is an excellent way to spend the afternoon. If they’re into solving puzzles, they might also enjoy the Crooked Key escape room.
If you’re visiting with a camper rental near Steamboat Springs, CO, you’re almost certainly coming for the outdoor activities. Steamboat Springs gets its name from the hot springs in the middle of town which were so loud that some of the first European settlers to the area said that it sounded like a steamboat coming down the river. While the springs no longer make such a racket, they’re still a great place to kick back and enjoy the mountain scenery.
For summer hiking you’ll want to check out Fish Creek Falls; the trail can be as long or as short as you want with beautiful views of the falls started on a short paved trail, or you can trek several miles to reach the bottom and top of the falls to see them up close. The Yampa River Core Trail is another great option as the gently sloping path hugs the Yampa River for seven miles, making it the perfect place for an evening stroll or an afternoon bike ride if you’ve got two wheels with you.
Most visitors to the area come for the chance to ski or snowboard at the famous Steamboat Ski Resort, which has 20+ lifts spread out over nearly 3,000 acres. Howelsen Hill Ski Area is actually North America’s oldest ski hill. It’s popular for Olympic training due to its large, natural ski jump. However, it also has a chairlift, poma lift, and two carpet lifts to get skiers and boarders up the hill for some more traditional downhill runs. Snowshoeing is another popular winter activity with many great trails crisscrossing the adjacent national forest lands.