5 Popular RV Parks for Camping in Colorado

If you want to fathom the real scenic beauty of Colorado, you must set out with your RV. While rambling on your RV through the rustic roads you will discover the serenity of Colorado. Get the flavor in heavy does by parking your RV in one of the RV parks, which are just perfect for any group – be it family, or friends. Read on to know the best RV parks in Colorado.

Top RV Parks in Colorado

1. Spruce Lake RV Park

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This park is close to the entrance of the Rocky Mountain State Park and allows you to park your RV for nightly and weekly rentals throughout the year. The park has a capacity to hold 110 RVs at a time. Cable television and phone hookups are available for an extra fee. Go for fishing, boating and swimming in the lake or go to the swimming pool or the mini-golf course, the recreation room (pool and table tennis), or the library.

2. Arrowhead Point Camping Resort‎


This is an extensive camping facility in Buena Vista with several tents, cabins and RV camping sites that you can rent either for a night or for a few days. Even if your RV is 55 feet in length and has a 50-amp hookup, do not worry for this camp site has provisions to park RV that are that huge.

3. Dakota Ridge RV Park

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This park is located 13 miles west of Denver, and has 141 pull-through RV sites for rent throughout the year. You can get phone, cable hookups and wireless Internet access for an additional cost. The park provides other recreational facilities like a pool, a hot tub and a children’s playground.

4. Pike Peak RV Park

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Two words to describe the park are ‘very intimate’. There are 55 pull-through RV sites that you can rent on a per night basis. Along with other basic amenities you will get clean showers and restrooms with your standard booking. Arrange a picnic or a barbecue or go for fishing as all these facilities are available.

5. Elk Creek Camp

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This rustic camp site is secluded and lies in Grand Lake, just outside the Rocky Mountain National Park. Spread out over 60 acres of campground this place has tent and cabin services along with RV camping sites for daily and extended camping year round. There is an on-site dump station and propane filling station. Hike, bike or go for fishing if you want.

In all these parks you will receive facilities like standard water, electric and sewage hookups once you book a space for yourself.