Ready to see what the Rocky Mountain State has to offer? Look no further. An RV rental in Arvada is a great way to begin your exploration of the beautiful state of Colorado
. Although close to Denver
, Arvada is a nice suburb to visit when you’re looking to get away from the popular downtown areas.
While in Arvada, there are a few major attractions you will want to cross off of your list. Arvada is largely known for its art museum, the Arvada Center for Arts and Humanities. With over 1,000 seats available for theatre and musical productions, the Center for the Arts and Humanities is known for hosting big time events and art festivals.
If you’re more of an outdoors traveler, Arvada has over 125 miles of trails for hiking, cycling and horseback riding. After enjoying the trails, you can head over to some of the local breweries for an ice cold beverage. Some of the fan favorites in the area include Arvada Beer Company, Grand Lake Brewing Tavern and Yak & Yeti Restaurant and Brewpub.
For the history buffs out there, the Rocky Flats Institute and Museum is a fantastic museum that highlights the Rocky Flats nuclear weapons plant. Get the full breakdown on what happened that caused the flats to be demolished and much more. Plus, finishing up your day in Old Town Arvada, you can scoot on over to Denver to see the Rocky Mountain State’s Capitol, Denver.
Denver, otherwise known as the Mile High City
, does not lack a vast number of things to do while in the city, so planning is key. You can also enjoy an RV rental in Durango, CO
. All that’s left for you to do is contact us today to get your Cruise America RV reserved for vacation.