State Parks near Laramie, WY

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Agate Fossil Beds National Monument, NE

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The Agate Fossil Beds National Monument is located near Harrison, NE, in the northwest corner of the state. The park is situated only about 30 miles from the state border with Wyoming and only around 80 miles south of the South Dakota state line. The nearest larger town is Chadron, NE, found around 75 miles to the northeast, while the nearest larger city is Casper, WY, at over 150 miles to the west.

This is a very rural part of the country. Surrounded by prairie grasslands and badlands-type rock formations, when you visit this area, you will understand what true solitude feels like. The monument was a former paleontological dig where numerous fossils of long-extinct creatures, such …

Arapaho National Forest, CO

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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 …

Barr Lake State Park Campground, CO

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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 …

Boyd Lake State Park, CO

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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.

Cherry Creek State Park, CO

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Located in Aurora, Colorado, Cherry Creek State Park overlooks the Rocky Mountains from its 880-acre reservoir. This scenic park is located close to downtown Denver, but its natural prairie and wetland area offers an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. If you’re looking for a relaxing, outdoor adventure with many fun activities to keep you content, this is the place for you.

RV camping sites and tent sites are available for individuals, families, and large groups. From boating, swimming, and fishing to hiking trails, model airplane flying, and dog parks, there’s plenty of attractions for everyone. Camping at Cherry Creek State Park is available year-round, so winter campers can enjoy fun activities like cross-country skiing and …

Curt Gowdy State Park, WY

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In the vast expanse of Wyoming, at the foothills of the Laramie Mountains, you’ll find a state park steeped in picturesque natural luxury. Curt Gowdy State Park looks like a painting. It's located midway between Laramie and downtown Cheyenne, and an hour north of Fort Collins, CO.

In 1971, the National Boy Scouts of America and the city of Cheyenne agreed to make this great plot of land off of Route 210 a state park. They named it after Curt Gowdy, a beloved sportscaster who was popular in the '60s and '70s. He was the “Voice of the Red Sox” and grew up in Wyoming.

In addition to its natural beauty and expansive list of outdoor activities, Curt …

Echo Lake Park, CO

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Echo Lake Park is located near Evergreen, CO, which is in the north-central portion of the state. This is one of the larger towns in the local area. The park is situated on I-70, so it offers easy access to much of the rest of the state. The state's capital, and largest city, Denver, is less than 50 miles to the east. Another well-known town found locally is Boulder, which is almost 60 miles to the north.

Echo Lake Park is situated within the peaks of the Rocky Mountains that are found in this area. You will find it on Route 103, right before that road becomes the Mt. Evans Road. This area is quite picturesque as …

Eldorado Canyon State Park, CO

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Eldorado Canyon State Park is situated in northern Colorado and covers 885 acres. The state park is best known for being home to Eldorado Canyon, which is a sought-after spot for rock climbers. The land that the park now encompasses was once settled by Ute Indians, who lived in the surrounding canyons to protect themselves from harsh weather.

Eldorado Canyon State Park is a short drive away from Boulder and Denver. The climate in this part of Colorado can be very chilly, especially during the winter, although summer temperatures can be mild.

Fort Laramie National Historic Site, WY

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Lovers of American history know all about Manifest Destiny and the journey out west. Fort Laramie was built in 1834 as a fur trading post and gradually evolved into a military post to protect and further American expansion. In its prime location at the convergence of the Laramie and North Platte rivers, Fort Laramie also became a stopping point for those on the Oregon Trail. With so much history wrapped up into one historic outpost, it’s no surprise that adventurers still make their way out west to Fort Laramie.

When you book an RV rental near Fort Laramie National Historic Site, you will also get to explore the eastern regions of Wyoming. Whether this is your first or 15th visit …