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Located just a stone throw away from ‎Glenwood Springs in Central Colorado White River National Forest encompasses ‎2,285,970 acres. This northwest Colorado pearl derives its name from its namesake river that weaves through it. With a dozen ski areas, White River National Forest is a popular outdoorsman playground. This national forest touches nine counties and features four lakes. It is easy and convenient to explore this expansive forest thanks to the over 3,000 miles of trails roads and scenic byways traversing it.

Initially, it was designated as the White River Plateau Timberland Reserve in 1891 before gaining the status of a national forest in 1905. It features numerous lakes, including Dillon Reservoir, Green Mountain Reservoir, Ruedi Reservoir, Lower Cataract Lake and Maroon Lake. Besides skiing, other top winter recreation activities include snowmobiling and snowshoeing. Popular summer recreational activities include scenic driving, biking, hunting, mountain biking, and hiking. Search for an RV rental in Glenwood Springs any time of the year to explore this vast forest.

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Getting Outdoors

White River National Forest bills itself as one of the best skiing destinations in Colorado and the USA at large. If you want to stay out of the tourist traffic, winter is the best season to explore this vast forest. If you are a novice, you will find over 50 miles of well-groomed cross-country trails in this forest. In addition, there are many miles of snowmobiling trails scattered throughout the forest.

Hiking is considered one of the most popular draws in the forest during summer. With over 2,000 miles of trails, White River National Forest has a fine mix of challenging, easy, short, and longer trails. Trails lead hikers past a variety of landscapes and natural attractions, including creeks, lakes, and campgrounds.

Like with many forests, The White River National Forest is a popular wildlife-watching destination. Some of the animals that thrive in this area include mountain sheep, bobcats, and deer. Plenty of birds can be seen here too. Fishing in the forest lakes and streams is a popular pastime all year round for locals and visitors. The streams provide excellent trout fishing. The most common species include rainbow, cutthroat, and brown trout.

Camping at White River National Forest

When you rent a motorhome in Glenwood Springs, you will find plenty of spaces to park your RV rental without leaving the forest. Similar to many forest campgrounds, most of the campgrounds offer primitive camping with few offering partial hookups.

Lowry Campground is one of the most recommended places to camp in your RV rental. It has 26 sites, of which 22 offer electric hookups. Water spigots are available. Pine Cove Campground is more of a parking lot. There are 32 sites available.

Redstone Campground has 36 sites spread in three loops. Seventeen sites offer water and electric hookups. Amenities offered include toilets, hot showers, and water spigots. Located along its namesake creek Gore Creek Campground is the perfect place to spend a night if you have a small RV.

Heaton Bay Campground is one of the biggest campgrounds within the forest. Located adjacent to 3,300-acre Dillon Reservoir, this campground has 84 sites spread in five loops. Sixteen sites offer electric and water hookups. Amenities offered here include water spigots and vault toilets.

Exploring the Area

Glenwood Springs and the surrounding regions have some of the best outdoor destinations in Colorado. The availability of attractions and activities within an hour's drive of White River National Forest makes renting an RV in Glenwood Springs, one of the most convenient ways of exploring this region.

As you are looking for a fun excursion during your RV rental trip, SeaQuest Littleton is about an hour's drive away. Located in Littleton, the spot is an ideal location for a weekend family outing. It features an interactive aquarium with animals such as stingrays and sharks.

No RV-rental vacation would be complete without a trip to Lakeside Amusement Park. Located near Denver, nearly an hour's drive away, this amusement park has plenty of kiddie rides, including bumper cars and miniature trains. A few adult rides are also available. To add on its tranquility, the park has fantastic views of Lake Rhoda.

When you're looking for something a little bit different to explore with your Glenwood Springs RV rental Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park is located just five minutes' drive from the forest. Cave tours are the biggest attraction in the park. With tons of rides offered here, this is the perfect spot for family fun. Other activities include laser tag and zip line.

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