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Just to the east of the capital city of Denver, the area of Strasburg is in the middle ground between urban Colorado and the Colorado wilderness. Founded in 1908, this frontier town turned railroad depot is a perfect reminder of the romantic American West. Today, Strasburg is the final rural outpost before hitting the bright lights of Denver. Visitors to Strasburg are able to unwind from the hectic bustling of modern life as they enjoy the peace and quiet that can be offered by Colorado’s vast landscape.

Unfortunately, there isn't much offered for public transportation in Strasburg. So, when you rent an RV in Strasburg, CO, it may be your primary source of transport. Luckily enough, the roads in Colorado are very wide and can easily accommodate an RV.

When you book an RV in Strasburg, you open up a beautiful, untouched landscape for exploration. The American West has some of the greatest remaining wilderness in the country. By securing an RV rental in Strasburg, you are securing a truly unforgettable experience in the Colorado Rockies region.

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The Great Outdoors

Near Strasburg, you'll find Barr Lake State Park in Brighton, CO. At Barr Lake, visitors can spend the day enjoying the shores of the lake by fishing, or maybe even venturing onto the lake to do a little boating. Or maybe, you just want a breath of fresh air and instead opt for a stroll around the lake or on the boardwalk that goes over the nature reserve area of the park. Whether you’re just looking to take a stroll to see some wildlife or you want to enjoy everything the lake has to offer, Barr Lake is sure to be filled with fun.

On the other side of Denver is access to the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests near Boulder, CO. The largest preserved forest in Colorado, Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests offer extensive hiking trails through some of the most beautiful valleys and over some challenging mountains. If you’re looking to get a little more intense with your hiking experience, then visiting the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests would be a good place to start. If you start to have second thoughts, don’t worry, there is plenty to explore in the valleys and fields and forests.

If you know you want to get a little altitude under your belt, then head to the Rocky Mountain National Park near Loveland, CO. Here, you can explore the breathtaking Rocky Mountains and hike along the Continental Divide. You can walk through aspen forests and along glacial melt-water rivers or instead challenge yourself with a hike up one of the mountains in the park, such as Longs Peak or McGregor Mountain. Whatever you do, don’t rush, be sure to fully experience the captivating beauty of the Rockies.

RV Parks

When you secure a motorhome rental in Strasburg, you’re going to need to find somewhere to call it a night. Luckily enough, there are several places around town that will accommodate you and your RV.

Conveniently located, the Denver East/Strasburg KOA Holiday offers RVers a range of amenities. You can enjoy electric hook-ups, restroom and shower facilities, laundry facilities, a swimming pool, and a game room. You shouldn't have a problem unwinding from your day here with the Strasburg camper rental.

Just to the west of Strasburg is the Buckley RV Park, which is reserved for individuals with a military ID. With full hookups, restrooms and showers, and laundry facilities, here you can relax after a day of hiking and bouldering as you enjoy the local Denver/Aurora area.

You don’t need to worry about fuel on your adventure in Strasburg, there are plenty of places to refuel off of I-70.

Explore the City

When you rent an RV in Strasburg you'll be close to Denver, plus there is much for you to explore just in the local area. Be sure to set aside plenty of time to fully explore this unique area.

Strasburg was once a railroad hub for the American West. Today, the Comanche Crossing Historical Society and Museum tries to preserve some of that heritage. Open during the summer, you can explore the various historic buildings and marvel in the more than 8,000 artifacts on site as you learn more about the railroad legacy of Strasburg.

If you want a break from the hot sun, then enjoy a dip in the Aurora Reservoir. You can boat along the surface, swim at a guarded beach, or even go diving for the twin-engine plane that is on the bottom of the reservoir. If you don’t feel like getting your hair wet, you can walk around the shore of the reservoir along the 8.5-mile trail.

If you want to explore some of the immediate wilderness, then spend some time at the Richmil Ranch Open Space. You can hike or bike through the wilderness and take in the true American Western plains. If you’re quiet and lucky, you may even spot a pronghorn or mule deer.

When in Colorado, be sure to treat yourself to a hearty beef or bison burger. You’ll truly feel home on the range as you enjoy some of the state’s locally raised meat.

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