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When you are making plans to book an RV in Albany County, you’ll need a place to stay, and the Laramie KOA Journey campground may be an ideal fit. The campground offers a swimming pool, a recreation room with a fitness room, a TV room, a library, a playground, sports and recreation fields, a snack bar, and a gift shop and convenience store with propane for sale. Other convenient campground amenities include restrooms and showers, laundry facilities, and Wi-Fi.
RV sites can accommodate a maximum length of 80 feet when you are motorhome camping here. Sites are all pull-through with full hookups and picnic tables. Sites may have 20/30/50-amp service, grills, and/or cable hookups. The campground is pet-friendly, and there is a pet area.
Medicine Bow National Forest offers spectacular scenery and outdoor recreation all year round, and it’s easy to access when you are RV camping at Laramie KOA. You’ll be able to see mountains, grasslands, streams, wilderness areas, and a wide variety of wildlife. Recreational activities include sightseeing, fishing and hunting, climbing, hiking and biking, picnicking, horseback riding, nature viewing and photography, and winter sports. Vedauwoo is a very popular area with its famous rocky natural sculptures. The Brush Creek Visitor Center provides maps, brochures, permits, books, and other information. Interpretive and educational programming for all ages is held throughout the year.
Take your Laramie camper rental to Rocky Mountain National Park near Estes Park, CO, to see the 415 square miles of protected mountain ranges, 300 miles of trails, wildlife, wildflowers and native plants, dark skies, and much more. Recreational activities include hiking, biking, climbing, fishing, wildlife watching and photography, and picnic areas with tables. Ranger-led programs include night sky and evening programs as well as interpretive and educational programming for all ages. The Holzworth Historic Site is a restored 1920's dude ranch that offers a unique view of century-old tourism and homesteading. Visitor centers throughout the park provide restrooms, park information, maps, brochures, exhibits, park stores, and permits.
You’ll also have access to the Arapaho & Roosevelt National Forest and Pawnee National Grassland with your RV rental near Laramie KOA. This National Park Service property incorporates many important areas including the Cache la Poudre Wild and Scenic River, the Arapaho National Recreation Area, the Mount Evans Recreation Area, the Brainerd Lake Recreation Area, Santiago Mill, and multiple wilderness areas. Outdoor recreational opportunities here run the gamut and include climbing, hiking and biking, water sports, hunting and fishing, horseback riding, nature viewing and photography, rock and mineral collecting, wildlife viewing, winter sports, picnicking, and outdoor learning. Ranger district offices throughout the forest provide information, maps and brochures, permits, passes, and ranger-led activities. Maps, brochures, and other publications are available in print, by download, or through an app so that you can prepare for your visit.
Laramie is a destination in itself and one that you will enjoy exploring when you camp in an RV at Laramie KOA. There’s something for everybody, whether you’re traveling with your significant other, on a girls’ or guys’ weekend, or on your own spectacular solo adventure. Some of the highlights include the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site; the art, geological, and anthropological museums at the University of Wyoming and the American Heritage Center also affiliated with the university; and the Laramie Railroad Depot. This culturally rich community also features art galleries, live music and other performance venues, and historical sites, landmarks, and structures. There are shopping options ranging from antiques to boutiques, and lots of lively nightlife. Be sure to check out the Wyoming Office of Tourism and Visit Laramie for updated information on area attractions, events, and visitor guides.
You may want to plan your visit with a Laramie motorhome rental so that you can participate in the annual Cheyenne Frontier Days, which is billed as the world’s largest rodeo and Western celebration. Events include rodeos, art shows, Wild West shows, live music and other performances, parades, carnival rides and games, living history reenactments, an air show, museum exhibits, cook-offs, food and drink vendors, and plenty of other family-friendly activities. There will be something for all ages and stages to enjoy as well as great community spirit and an authentic Old West atmosphere.
There is a snack bar for your convenience when you are Laramie KOA camping, and when you choose to go off-site, there are plenty of other choices locally. You’ll have easy access to steakhouses, family-friendly comfort food, ethnic eateries, and familiar fast-casual chains. You’ll also probably need to refill your rig while you’re here and there are numerous service stations, convenience stores, and truck stops with both gasoline and diesel fuel.