Fun Places in Colorado to Explore in an RV
Looking for fun places to explore in Colorado? Pack up everything you’ll need to enjoy your trip and check out one of these exciting Colorado destinations.
(Image Source: Boulder Colorado USA)
Boulder has plenty of free activities for everyone in the family, including an array of hikes and walking paths, bike trails, brewery, winery, and distillery tours, window shopping on Pearl Street and exploring University of Colorado’s cultural museums. This summer, you can take advantage of plenty of exciting events, including the Colorado Shakespeare Festival (June 8-August 12), Chautauqua Summer Concert Series (June -September) and the Colorado Music Festival (June 28-August 4).
Royal Gorge Region, Colorado
If you’re looking for an adventure, look no further than the Royal Gorge Region of Colorado. Located in central Colorado, you’ll find outdoor activities for every level of adventurer. Visit the Royal Gorge Bridge & Park for aerial gondolas, breathtaking views, thrilling zip lines rides and plenty of other exciting activities. You can also try your hand at white water rafting, four-wheeling, rock climbing, mountain biking and more. The best part? You can stay at the Royal Gorge / Canon City KOA RV campground.
Garden of the Gods, Colorado
You won’t want to visit Colorado without making at stop at Garden of the Gods Visitor & Nature Center. Enjoy breathtaking views, front range climbing, Jeep, Segway & Bike tours and beautiful hiking trails. Plus, you can experience monthly adventure programs, including rock climbing courses, history hikes, wildflower photography and more. You can even try RV camping at the nearby .
Glenwood Springs, Colorado
If you’re looking for an adventure with a side of relaxation, you’ll love Glenwood Springs, Colorado. Not only can you unwind at the nearby natural hot springs and vapor caves, but you can also enjoy plenty of other more daring activities. Enjoy water sports like rafting, kayaking, fishing and paddleboating, hit the hiking trails, play a round of golf, mini-golf or disc golf, and explore the White River National Forest, all within a short drive of Glenwood Springs.