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The “Mile-High City”, once a rough-and-tumble town home mainly to cowboys and miners, has become the cultural capital of the Rocky Mountains. With its endless opportunities for adventure, numerous gastropubs, vibrant craft beer scene, and generally laid-back approach to life, it’s no surprise that Denver has become a top-rated tourist destination in the past several years.


But like many cities in the western United States, Denver is fairly spread out. And many of the outdoor activities you’ll want to do are several miles outside the city. Renting an RV in Denver, Colorado is the perfect way to see all the attractions it has to offer, without having to worry about transportation or accommodations.


Fortunately, while Denver doesn’t have as developed of a public transportation system as Boston or New York, the RTD light rail system can be a big help in navigating the city. Areas of the city not served by light rail still usually have a bus stop nearby. With public transportation, you’re never more than 45 minutes from the downtown core.


RV Parks


There’s no shortage of great RV parks in the Denver area, so all you need to decide when you book an RV in Denver is what you want to be closest to. Prospect RV Park in the western suburb of Wheat Ridge is just a fifteen-minute drive or forty-five-minute bus ride from Denver’s downtown area. A Walmart, truck stop, and Camping World are all close by, too. Alternatively, Flying Saucer RV Park is in the town of Sheridan, just ten miles south of the city and only a few minutes off I-25.


Renting an RV in Denver gives you a lot more freedom of movement, and if you’d rather stay in one Denver’s outlying cities, Golden and Aurora are probably your best bets. Freedom Road RV Park and Clear Creek RV Park are just a twenty-minute drive from Denver, but more importantly, less than ten minutes from the world-famous Coors Brewery Tour. Denver Meadows RV Park in Aurora is just two minutes from I-225 and ten minutes from the nearest Walmart. You’re bound to find the perfect place to set up your rental RV in Denver to have easy access to whatever you’re looking for.


Outdoor Activities


Colorado is a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts, and renting a camper in Denver is the perfect way to see all that nature has to offer. The biggest attraction is obviously Rocky Mountain National Park, with hundreds of miles of trails leading to some of America’s highest peaks. If you’re interested in camping nearby, sites at Spruce Lake and Manor RV Park, near the Estes Park entrance, can accommodate your rig.


If heading out to the mountains sounds like too long of a journey, there are plenty of parks within the city of Denver that can give you a little taste of nature. City Park is Denver’s top urban green space and is also home to the Denver Zoo and Museum of Nature and Science. Miles of trails and the picturesque Ferril and Duck Lakes make this the perfect place for a family picnic or a romantic evening watching the sunset.


Love whitewater kayaking, but don’t have time to get out to the gnarly canyons in the mountains? The chutes at Confluence Park, just blocks from Denver’s Union Station, are the perfect place to rent a kayak and drop into some rapids on the South Platte River.


Exploring the City


As the cultural capital of the Intermountain West, Denver has a lot more to offer than you’d expect from a metro area of less than three million people. The Denver Zoo is one of the most popular attractions, especially with kids, and is home to over 650 species, including elephants, lions, and gorillas.


While Colorado has historically been most famous for Coors Brewing Company, the Denver area is now ranked as one of the country’s best cities for craft beer, with 72 breweries. Ratio Beerworks, Woods Boss Brewing, Briar Common, and Bierstadt Lagerhaus are all located near the downtown core.


If exotic animals and fine craft beer aren’t enough, perhaps you’d like to see what 30 million dollars in cash looks like. The Money Museum at the Federal Reserve Branch of Denver has great exhibits about the history of U.S. currency, and you even get a free bag of money when you visit (well, of shredded bills that have been taken out of circulation).


If you don’t mind going a little farther afield, head your Denver RV rental to the college town of Boulder. It’s something of a miniature Denver, but with even more boutique shopping and exciting places to eat. The Pearl Street outdoor mall is at its epicenter, and there’s no better place to window-shop and people watch, all within the shadow of the towering Rocky Mountain peaks just a few miles away.

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RV Rentals in Denver, CO

Denver, CO is the perfect spot to start your next road trip.

There are many popular rentals in Denver. Outdoorsy's Denver RV rental marketplace allows renters to choose from rental options from professional RV rental agencies as well as RVs for rent by owner.

RV and Motorhome Rentals Nearby

Nearby to Denver are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Rocky Mountain National Park, Arapaho National Forest, White River National Forest, Chautauqua Park, and Pike National Forest.

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What's around Denver, CO


Check out local hikes, campgrounds, parks and more!

Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Seven Bridges Trail Colorado Springs Colorado
Beaver Brook and Chavez Trail Loop Golden Colorado
Mount Sanitas Trail Boulder Colorado
Mount Falcon Castle Trail Morrison Colorado
Royal Arch Trail Boulder Colorado
Emerald Lake Trail Estes Park Colorado
The Incline Trail Manitou Springs Colorado
Mount Bierstadt Trail Idaho Springs Colorado
Gem Lake Trail Estes Park Colorado
Maxwell Falls Lower Trail Evergreen Colorado

Nearby Campgrounds

The Prospect RV Park

campground Wheat Ridge, CO
Located in a suburb adjacent to Denver, Colorado the Prospect RV Park is open year round. Though located next to a major metropolitan city, the R.V. Park is adjacent to open space with lake fishing, hiking, biking, and playground equipment. They are located on the bus route to downtown Denver and all of its attractions, and just 3 blocks from the bus pick up for the Central City/Black Hawk gambling center. They have got pull-thrus, full hook-ups, wireless internet, laundry facilities, etc. Shopping and restaurants are just down the street. So stay with them while you check out a Rockies or Broncos game; or shop the Cherry Creek and 16th Street Malls, tour the United State Mint, play the scenic golf courses, or just use the Prospect as your headquarters as you explore Rocky Mountain National Park, tour the US Air Force Academy, or experience world class skiing nearby.

St. Vrain State Park

campground Longmont, CO
At St. Vrain you can enjoy views of the Rocky Mountains reflected on the many ponds and lakes located within the park. St. Vrain has a total of 87 campsites in eight campgrounds located on or near the banks of the ponds. You can fish, boat, kayak, water ski, bird watch and bike on the trails that surround the ponds. The popular RV rental destination this centrally located park is easy to navigate in your RV rental.

Colorado Chautauqua National Historic Landmark

attraction Boulder, CO
The Colorado Chautauqua, is the only year round institution of its kind in the U.S. It is a national historic landmark, which includes 25 acres of trails, lodgings and historic buildings that are still in use. You can attend lectures, live performances, silent films, enjoy a meal, or buy tickets for a special event.

Denver Comic Con

attraction Denver, CO
Denver Comic Con is Colorado's premiere pop-culture fan experience. Held yearly, the three-day convention provides entertainment for the whole family. It's not just about comics, either: meet the stars of some of your favorite television shows, see people in costumes of your favorite characters and check out art by dozens of talented artists. Food, fun and an immersive pop-culture experience is sure to be a wonderful experience for you and your family.

Flatirons Vista Trailhead

attraction Boulder, CO
If you?re looking for a challenging hike (8,148 ft) that will reward you with breathtaking scenery, then the Flatirons landmark is the place for you. Easily accessible from downtown Boulder, you can begin your hike here, but you also have the option of exploring many trails that offer an easier route. This is also a popular destination for rock climbers. During you hike you may be able to see coyotes, songbirds, eagles, mule deer, and bobcats which are all common year round.

Cherry Creek State Park

campground Denver, CO
Known as "Denver's Backyard, Cherry Creek State Park is a massive park to bring your RV rental from Denver. Anchored around an 880-acre reservoir, is a perfect destination for anyone wanting to enjoy the outdoors while still being near civilization. Cherry Creek State Park in Aurora, Colorado offers large pull-through sites with RV full hookups with electric. Each spacious RV site has a level concrete pad and is separated from the next RV site over. The washrooms and showers are kept clean and maintained. Cherry Creek State Park is prettier than expected, since it is in a urban area, but the shady Cottonwood trees and wandering wildlife make you forget you're in the city at all. The park has a lake large enough for water skiing, and a beach area for feeling the sand between your toes. The off-leash dog park will keep your canines happy, and you will enjoy the walking trails while staying in your beautiful RV rental from Denver. Enjoy the picnic area and listen to the squirrels and magpies chatter at you from the trees. Set up your lawn chairs, kick up your feet and watch the deer wander in and out of the woods, or sit quietly in the dark and listen to the howl of the wolves from your RV rental from Denver. Cherry Creek State Park is ideally located in the Denver area, with access to all amenities, as well as prime tourism spots.

Prospect RV Park

campground Wheat Ridge, CO
Prospect RV Park is located in Wheat Ridge Colorado, a suburb adjacent to Denver. The Prospect RV Park is open year round. Though located next to a major metropolitan city, the R.V. Park is adjacent to open space with lake fishing, hiking, biking, and playground equipment. In other words, they offer the best of both worlds, Colorado natural beauty and city life. They are located on the bus route to downtown Denver and all of its attractions, and just 3 blocks from the bus pick up for the Central City/Black Hawk gambling center. The RV Park has pull-thrus, full hook-ups, wireless internet, laundry facilities, etc. Shopping and restaurants are just down the street. So camp in style while you check out a Rockies or Broncos game; or shop the Cherry Creek and 16th Street Malls, tour the United States Mint, play the scenic golf courses, or just use the Prospect as your headquarters as you explore Rocky Mountain National Park.

Olde Town Arvada

attraction Arvada, CO
Located in a suburb adjacent to Denver, Colorado the Prospect RV Park is open year round. Though located next to a major metropolitan city, the R.V. Park is adjacent to open space with lake fishing, hiking, biking, and playground equipment. They are located on the bus route to downtown Denver and all of its attractions, and just 3 blocks from the bus pick up for the Central City/Black Hawk gambling center. They have got pull-thrus, full hook-ups, wireless internet, laundry facilities, etc. Shopping and restaurants are just down the street. So stay with them while you check out a Rockies or Broncos game; or shop the Cherry Creek and 16th Street Malls, tour the United State Mint, play the scenic golf courses, or just use the Prospect as your headquarters as you explore Rocky Mountain National Park, tour the US Air Force Academy, or experience world class skiing nearby.

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