Fort Collins

The number of national parks, wilderness preserves, research outposts, and other wild areas in and around Fort Collins make it ideal for camping and exploring, whether you’re in the area for a weekend or if you plan to stay a season. This region offers some of the best opportunities for outdoor activities, and the city government hosts several recreational programs and special events within the city that are often free of charge, even for non-residents. Wyoming, and the city of Cheyenne, are less than an hour away to the north, with the bustling transportation and economic hubs of Boulder and Denver to the south. Read more…

The number of national parks, wilderness preserves, research outposts, and other wild areas in and around Fort Collins make it ideal for camping and exploring, whether you’re in the area for a weekend or if you plan to stay a season. This region offers some of the best opportunities for outdoor activities, and the city government hosts several recreational programs and special events within the city that are often free of charge, even for non-residents. Wyoming, and the city of Cheyenne, are less than an hour away to the north, with the bustling transportation and economic hubs of Boulder and Denver to the south.   Fort Collins is on the eastern edge of Roosevelt National Forest, and very close to other historic, natural locations in Colorado. You can easily rent an RV in Fort Collins to explore this magnificent wilderness or take a tour of local sights and attractions. Visit in the winter and enjoy some of the best skiing and snowboarding on the continent, as Fort Collins is less than two hours away from both Echo Mountain and Eldora Mountain Resort. Read less…

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Rocky Mountain National Park

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Colorado, USA
WhatSoaring Mountains
Great place to take a camping trip and not too far from Denver or Colorado Springs. Highly recommend. By Dominic Ferrara
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