If you plan on traveling throughout the Rocky Mountain state and you’re looking for an RV rental in Denver, then welcome to Cruise America! You can get behind the wheel of your rental motorhome and discover the Rockies as they were meant to be seen!
When you`re in the captain`s chair of a Cruise America RV rental, there`s nowhere you won`t want to go—Mesa Verde National Park, the Continental Divide, even a cross-country road trip beyond the boundaries of Colorado. Spacious, comfortable and professionally maintained, each of rental RVs has everything you need … and saves you from having to spend tons of money on hotels, dining and airfare.
If you want to get out of town and see the countryside, you could travel just 36 miles from Denver to the town of Boulder, Colorado. To get there, cruise west in your motorhome on the US 36 Denver/Boulder Turnpike for approximately 35 minutes. Once you’ve arrived, you can hike through the famous Flatirons Mountains, named by pioneer women after the flat, metal irons they would use to press their clothing. The hike would begin at the famous Colorado Chautauqua National Park and Historic Landmark. A visit to this park is a must while you are in the Boulder area. If you explore around, you’ll find amazing views of the Flatirons, and you’ll also find a large number of hiking trails to embark on. If you’re not in the hiking mood, you can kick back and relax with a picnic or a game of Frisbee on the green. If you prefer, you can grab brunch at the historic restaurant there. For the kids, there’s a playground where they can romp until their hearts are content. In downtown Boulder, you may wish to park your RV and stroll down the brick-covered streets that meander through the town. Visit the unique restaurants and boutiques of the area, and be entertained by the host of street performers while you do. You can also visit Pearl Street Mall in the heart of Boulder for a day of shopping. It’s a menagerie of public art, which includes several fountains and sculptures. There’s even a sandbox for the kids, as well as a number of small gardens with a variety of plants and flowers (most notable are the tulips in the spring).
By taking I-25 South out of Denver for about 68 miles, you will enter into Colorado Springs, where you can enjoy a round of golf, or a visit to the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, or take a ride on the historic Pikes Peak Cog Railway, which is only one of two existing in the country. It is the scenery from this train ride that inspired Kathy Lee Bates as she wrote the song, America the Beautiful. You could also visit the U.S. Air Force Academy`s facilities, and visit their state-of-the-art laboratories, observatories and a library that contains more than 700,000 volumes. There is also a world-renowned cadet chapel with its seventeen 150-high spires.
No matter where your RV adventures take you in Colorado, you are sure to be surrounded by beauty and adventure.