Fill up the tires, top off the gas tank and pack the family up! It’s time for a summer road trip in your RV! If you’re looking for an RV destination in Colorado this summer, look no further than this list.

We always recommend getting your RV serviced before a big trip. Make sure you schedule your service online to ensure a safe trip, then go explore these destinations.


Telluride Town Park Campground

Nestled into a valley, Telluride has a stunning view in each direction you turn. If you go just outside of town, you will run into numerous trails, lakes, and parks. There are several RV friendly sites offering hookups. Tip: hike through fields of wildflowers to find the three Blue Lakes.


Rocky Mountain National Park

With five campgrounds to choose from and an endless list of things to do and see, you can’t go wrong with Rocky Mountain. Explore on your own or utilize ranger-led programs to show you around. Watch the stars with the Night & Sky Astronomy Program or take your RV on a scenic drive along Old Fall River Road and Trail Ridge Road.


James M Robb – Colorado River State Park

Do you want to bring your RV where you can fish, boat, hike, sail, or even do your laundry? James M Robb Campgrounds are just the place. The campgrounds have full hookups and electricity. Bring all of your friends because they have group campgrounds too!


Garden of the Gods

This nationally registered landmark contains 300’ towering sand rocks against a snowy background of Pike’s Peak. They offer free guided walks or guided tours of the trails as well as rock climbing, bike trails, horseback riding, 15 miles of hiking and jeep tours.


Tiger Run Resort

Full-service RV sites between the Swan and Blue Rivers, and next to the Ten Mile Mountain Range. Need we say more? Tiger Run Resort acts as a luxurious home base to your adventures on 60 miles of hiking and biking trails. They also offer dining and hot tubs.


Wherever you go this summer, make sure your RV is taking you there. There is so much to see in the summertime in Colorado and no better way to do it than in your RV!

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