State Parks in Colorado

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Arapaho National Forest, CO

1314 RV rentals

Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains, Arapaho National Forest has spectacular landscapes that offer many opportunities to anyone wishing to explore the great outdoors. It is west of Boulder and an hour and a half away from Fort Collins. Covering around 700,000 acres, this national forest features a section of high Rockies, as well as the watershed of the Colorado River. This forest made its way into the pop culture because Red Dawn, a famous Hollywood film is set here

Arapaho National Forest was officially established in 1908 by President Theodore Roosevelt. It was named after the Arapaho tribe who inhabited this part of Colorado. The forest has six wilderness areas that are a part of the …

Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area, CO

666 RV rentals

Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area lies in central Colorado, close to the towns and cities of Salida, Canon City, and Buena Vista. Taking its name from the Arkansas River that passes along the shoreline of the park, Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area has become the hotspot for white water rafting and kayaking. So much so that it is seen as one of the most popular places for it in the entire United States. The Arkansas River also offers visitors to Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area, not only a place for boating but a place to fish and be at one with nature.

Lying on the outskirts of the city of Salida, Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area is perfectly situated between an …

Barr Lake State Park Campground, CO

1278 RV rentals

Barr Lake State Park sits on the northeast side of the Denver metro area, near the small community of Henderson, in north-central Colorado. Other well-known towns in the local area include Boulder, which is around 40 miles to the west, and Longmont, which is a little over 30 miles to the northwest.

The park is situated just off of I-76, so it is very easy to find. This part of the state lies on the front range of the Rocky Mountains in the transition zone between prairie and mountain ecosystems. Though this area is comprised mostly of flatter grassland, it is within view of peaks that top out at over 10,000 feet in elevation, that are located …

Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, CO

215 RV rentals

Peeking deep into the marbled walls of the Black Canyon of the Gunnison is an otherworldly experience. This 30,000-acre national park, 70 miles southeast of Grand Junction, is just one of Colorado’s many treasured landscapes. It offers some great, no-frills RV camping and you can search for an RV in Montrose County to start the adventure. If you love adrenaline, this is the perfect place to visit for kayaking, rock climbing, and hiking.

Black Canyon got its name from the 2,000-foot deep canyon that only receives a half hour of sunlight each day in some places. It’s one of the younger national parks, established in 1999, but is home to some of the oldest exposed rock in the world. …

Boyd Lake State Park, CO

1167 RV rentals

If you love watersports almost as much as you love camping, you'll feel right at home at Boyd Lake State Park. Located in Loveland in northern Colorado, the park sits right on the shores of a 1,700-acre reservoir. Excellent boating, fishing, and swimming conditions draw visitors from far and wide, while hunting, hiking, and biking opportunities are also available.

And when you're ready to set up camp for a few nights or even longer, the Boyd Lake State Park campground boasts 148 in pretty, leafy surroundings.

If you're thinking of renting an RV and camping in Boyd Lake State Park, keep reading to find out how to get the most out of your visit.

Castlewood Canyon State Park, CO

1301 RV rentals

Castlewood Canyon State Park is located near the heart of Colorado and is best known for containing the ruins of the Castlewood Canyon Dam - a structure that burst apart in 1933, causing a major flood in Denver. Established as a state park in 1964, the land is filled with unique structures and landscapes, including Cherry Creek Bridge.

Castlewood Canyon State Park is a short drive away from major cities like Colorado Springs and Boulder. The area can be very chilly and snowy during the winter, but summers can be somewhat mild and comfortable.

Chatfield State Park, CO

1323 RV rentals

Colorado is a picturesque state chock full of breathtaking views and fantastic state and national parks. Chatfield State Park, a water lover's paradise, is just one of them. Spend some time camping at Chatfield State Park and enjoy being unplugged from daily life for a few days.

RV camping is a great way for families to reconnect in a society of electronic gadgets and fast-paced living. If you don't own your own rig, book an RV in Douglas County, Colorado and start planning your vacation at Chatfield State Park in Littleton.

Campers will enjoy the best of both worlds here: the seclusion of nature and proximity to urban areas. Sedalia is only a 20-minute drive southeast of the park …