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When you start your search for RV rentals in Las Animas County, you’ll also want a place to call home for the duration, and Trinidad Lake State Park is a wonderful choice. The park offers excellent outdoor recreation, family-friendly activities, picnic sites with tables and grills, a dump station, a visitor center, and a retail store. There is also a camper services building with restrooms, showers, and laundry facilities.
Sites at the RV park in Trinidad feature 50 amp electric hookups, picnic tables, and fire rings. Sites are back-in and graveled. Some sites have full hookups. Water hydrants are centrally located, and leashed dogs are welcome.
Trinidad Lake State Park, where you’ll be staying with your Trinidad camper rental, is a great place to experience the great outdoors. Activities include fishing for warm and coldwater fish, boating (the park hosts a life jacket loaner stand), hiking, biking, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing, horseback riding, waterskiing, and geocaching. There is an archery range with six lanes. There are picnic areas with lakeside tables, grills, and access to water and restrooms. Educational programming is offered on summer weekends and other times throughout the year.
You can also visit the tallest dunes in the country when you are RV camping at the Trinidad Lake Campground. The Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve features those iconic dunes as well as wetlands, grasslands, aspen and conifer forests, alpine lakes, and tundra. Recreational opportunities include sand sledding, sandboarding, hiking, biking, and nature viewing, and photography. Ranger programs and special events for all ages are held throughout the year. There are picnic areas with tables, grills, and restroom access. A restaurant and store is located at the park entrance. The park store at the visitor center offers park merchandise, maps, gifts and souvenirs, and an extensive collection of books on nature, science, history, geography, and photography. There is no WiFi and limited cellular connectivity.
The Rita Blanca National Grasslands is also worth a visit when you camp in an RV near Trinidad. The Santa Fe Trail is the first of America’s great pathways towards the west and was used by traders, mountaineers, early settlers, and gold seekers. This area was once home to many Native American tribes, and there is still an abundance of buffalo and other wildlife. Hunting here includes deer, elk, antelope, and turkey. Other recreational activities include fishing, hiking, biking, horseback riding, nature viewing and photography, water activities, and winter sports such as skiing, snowboarding, sledding, tubing, snowmobiling, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing. There are picnic areas throughout the grasslands. Motor vehicle-use maps, pocket guides, and a mobile app are all available to help you plan your visit.
There is plenty to do and see right in Trinidad with your rental motorhome at the Trinidad Lake Campground. The Trinidad Trolley offers town tours in the summertime. Other highlights include the Highway of Legends, Bloom Mansion, and the Louden-Henritze Archaeology Museum. Trinidad has been designated a Certified Colorado Creative District, and there is a lively arts scene, thanks to the Southern Colorado Repertory Theater and other arts organizations. Special events that take place here include Artocade, Indigenous Roots, and holiday light tours. The Colorado Welcome Center at Trinidad provides coffee, restrooms, bike rentals, and information. Visit the Trinidad Tourism Board and Colorado Tourism for the latest news in local happenings and visitor information.
If you’re looking for even more history and culture when you are camping at the Trinidad Lake Campground, head over to Pueblo. Some of the things that you won’t want to miss here are the El Pueblo History Museum, the Pike San Isabel National Forest, the Pueblo Zoo, the Sangre de Cristo Arts and Conference Center, and the Historic Arkansas Riverwalk with boat rides, public art, and special events. Some of the special events that happen here include the Colorado State Fair, the Chile & Frijoles Festival, First Friday Art Walks, and Boats, Bands and BBQ. Make sure to check out Visit Pueblo and the Pueblo Chamber of Commerce for up-to-date information on area attractions, events, and tourist guides. Specialized itineraries such as 36 Hours, Fun for the Kids, and Road Trip are available.
When you decide to leave the RV park in search of a good meal, you’ll have a lot to choose from locally, including diner fare, steaks, burgers, Mexican and Italian, and other family-friendly options. You’ll also most likely need to refill your rig, and you can find either gasoline or diesel fuel at any of the nearby convenience stores, truck stops, or service stations.