RV rentals in Colorado are very popular, as there are so many places that are perfect for vacationing outdoors style. Cruise America has various locations throughout the state where you can pick up your rental RV and start your adventure. Before you do, however, there are some decisions to make, like—where do you want to start, where do you want to end up, and where do you want to go between the start and “end up” part.
There are so many great places to explore in Colorado, and the best way to do it is in one of our Cruise America rental RVs. The first thing to decide is where you want to travel, and where you want to pick up your rental motorhome. You may travel to the state you will be exploring and rent a motorhome from there, or you may choose to rent your RV from the state in which you reside and drive to the location you will be exploring. There are over 130 Cruise America rental centers throughout the U.S. and Canada, so no matter which way you choose, finding the right RV rental center for your Colorado trip will be a breeze.
The Rocky Mountain State is so beautiful and green, that it's often referred to as the “Switzerland of America.” You can start your explorations by traveling the Peak-to- Peak Scenic Byway, otherwise known as the "Showcase of the Front Range". You will find unmatched views of the Continental Divide with its lush trees and greenery.
Other worthy attractions to visit while traveling in your RV rental, are the Rocky Mountain National Park, Golden Gate Canyon State Park, the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests, and the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area. You will be missing out on a real treat if you don’t visit Mesa Verde National Park to see how our native ancestors lived in the early history of our country. Hike the Flatiron Mountains of Boulder, and while you`re there, visit the Pearl Street Mall for a shopping excursion. Take in 18 holes in Colorado Springs, or go for a one-of-a-kind ride on the Pikes Peak Cog Railway.
As you travel in your rental motorhome across the state of Colorado, take note how the ranchers, farmers and wine makers are always laboring to cultivate and harvest a wealth of agricultural goods. You can enjoy the activities that come with such surroundings, like wine country tours, shopping at some of the best farmers’ markets in the country, visiting u-pick farms for fresh produce and visiting the dude ranches that are found across the state.
Make sure to map out a route ahead of time, so that you can get as much of this beautiful state in as possible. If renting an RV is new to you, you’re in for a sweet surprise at just how easy and convenient it is. So, give us a call or visit our website and let’s get started on the first steps.