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Discover Fort Collins, CO


Nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains in Northern Colorado is the vibrant urban college town of Fort Collins, CO. Located between Denver, CO and Cheyenne, WY, this hotbed of ingenuity and cultural diversity was once a trading post where traders and American Indians could meet on the banks of the Cache la Poudre River to swap goods. The vast expanse and terrain of the Rocky Mountains provide endless opportunities for stunning views, wildlife watching, recreation and relaxation. The natural beauty and energizing feel of the city make this spot a must-visit destination; book an RV rental in Fort Collins and experience this inspiring and vibrant region from the comforts of your cozy rental camper.


Experience the Sites and Scenery


Opportunities to explore the natural beauty that the Fort Collins area has to offer are almost infinite. The locals love Lory State Park, with its 26 miles of hiking and biking trails. The Horsetooth Reservoir borders the park and affords the option to explore the area via kayak or canoe. This is a gorgeous outdoor recreation space to explore during the Fort Collins camper rental trip. Just a little North of town lies the Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests, a terrain of foothills that spreads across the Eastern side of the Continental Divide. There are six wilderness areas to explore within the massive preserve, some with rustic camping sites available to park the Fort Collins motorhome rental.


A visit to the Fort Collins area would not be complete without at least a couple days set aside to explore Rocky Mountain National Park. One of the most visited national parks in the country, Rocky Mountain National Park spans 415 square miles and boasts over 300 miles of hiking trails and paths. Expect breathtaking views of the towering mountains, lush forests, sparkling waterways and prime wildlife observing opportunities. Also, expect a lot of traffic in some areas. It’s recommended to arrive at the park early in the day. Or better yet, stay on site overnight in the Fort Collins RV rental and engage in some spectacular stargazing and immerse yourself in the calm and quiet of the forest.  There are five visitor centers and there’s a free shuttle that operates out of the Bear Lake area. If you don’t have a secondary vehicle in tow, it may be worth renting a car for the days you’re visiting the park to enable access to traversing some of the steep and winding roads. With your secondary mode of transportation, take in some seriously spectacular views and head up Trail Ridge Road. Enter this over 40 miles of road in Estes Park and hit above-the-treeline altitudes of up to 12,000 feet during the drive. For some prime moose gazing, visit Kawuneeche Valley, known as the “quiet side” of the park. There are multitudes of other spots to visit while touring the park with your Fort Collins RV rental, so pick a few spots and enjoy.   


City Attractions


The lively and carefully renovated Old Town Historic district offers doses of history, tons of local restaurants and eateries, breweries and unique shops to explore. Hop on the old trolley that rolls through town or take a self-guided walking tour of the area. Take in some awesome exhibits at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery. This expansive museum offers a range of exhibits, from Earth and Space to local wildlife, to a family-friendly Exploration Zone. There are golf courses (frisbee and traditional style), horseback riding ranches and mini amusement parks throughout the metro area. Take the Fort Collins camper rental for a family visit to The Farm at Lee Martinez Park. Learn and interact with a variety of farm animals and experience a little bit of farming culture. Meet some striking rehabilitated birds of prey during a visit to the Rocky Mountain Raptor Center. There is definitely something for everyone along for the ride on the Fort Collins RV rental trip.


What’s Unique


Fort Collins is full of flourishing vegetation, stunning natural terrain and it’s no mystery why the area supports such creativity and innovation amongst its residents. Colorado State University helps to cultivate the vast spectrum of diversity and vibrant nightlife. The city welcomes entrepreneurs and artisans looking to build on their unique talents. The microbrewery and local winery scene is booming and offers tons of opportunities to sample the fermented flavors of the region. The city is bike friendly, with an elaborate, sometimes scenic trail system that gives you access to most of the city without having to battle vehicle traffic.  


Where to Park It


It comes as no surprise that this scenic area has an array of private RV parks. When you book a motorhome in Fort Collins, there should be no shortage of sites for your temporary home, though depending on the season, you may need to reserve your preferred spot a little in advance. The Fort Collins area also offers some awesome rustic (and usually free) camping options for the rental RV. Canyon Lakes Ranger District in the Roosevelt National Forest has free sites available, though you have to come prepared, as there are no facilities or hookups. Rocky Mountain National Forest also has quite a few sites and spots on location. If you’re craving the familiarity of a hybrid grocery, home goods and supply supercenter, there are a few Walmarts throughout the area; they can provide a decent landing spot to rest and regroup with the Fort Collins camper rental.


The Food


Foodies! This is your place. The culinary industry in Fort Collins is extremely diverse and caters to all sorts of dietary needs, preferences and tastes. There is a heavy concentration of fun and innovative food trucks in the area, too. A food tour of the city is not out of the question and there are a few organized brewery and foodie day tours that can get you to some of the top picks in town. There is no shortage of grocery stores in town, either. There are a few big chain stores in town and some local markets and co-ops too.   


Experience lush terrain, a mild climate, soaring mountains and a mosaic of arts, culture and entertainment with your rental RV in Fort Collins. This serene yet lively community is packed with the perfect blend of outdoor recreation and city sites to entertain and rejuvenate those fortunate enough to visit. Search for an RV rental in Fort Collins and start planning your next rental camper adventure.

RV Rentals in Fort Collins, CO

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

There are many popular rentals in Fort Collins. Outdoorsy's Fort Collins 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 Fort Collins 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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Local Hiking Trails

Hiking Trail City State
Gem Lake Trail Estes Park Colorado
Mohawk Lakes Trail Breckenridge Colorado
Mount Bierstadt Trail Idaho Springs Colorado
Royal Arch Trail Boulder Colorado
Maxwell Falls Lower Trail Evergreen Colorado
Emerald Lake Trail Estes Park Colorado
Mount Sanitas Trail Boulder Colorado
Mount Falcon Castle Trail Morrison Colorado
Devil's Head Lookout Trail to Fire Tower Sedalia Colorado
Beaver Brook and Chavez Trail Loop Golden Colorado

Nearby Dumpstations

Boulder RV Center Inc

2875 30th Street Boulder, CO 80301
(SR)

RV World LLC

4401 East Prospect Road Fort Collins, CO 80525
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Rentals (SR) (D)

Fivestar RV Center

12202 Brighton Road Henderson, CO 80640
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Adventurer Eagle Cap (D)

Rest Stop

Rest Area NB Livermore, CO 80536
May 2015: Reported closed, Northbound, Southbound, Restrooms, Picnic Table, (R)

Carson Trailer -Eaton

17945 WCR 76, Eaton Eaton, CO 80615
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

Southwest Refinishing RV Body & Paint Shop

372 Mountain View Rd. Berthoud, CO 80513
M-F 8-5 Sat by Appt, Body Repair, Parts Installation (SR)

RV Mobile Service

Mobile Only. Do not visit this location. Please Call Brighton, CO 80602
(SR)

The Great Outdoors RV Co.

3511 W. Service Rd Evans, CO 80620
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

Rest Stop

Welcome Center Fort Collins, CO 80525
Northbound, Southbound, 25 truck parking spaces, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Handicap, Recycling Bins next to dumpster, 12 hour parking limit, Center is open 8am-6pm, with small souvenir shop inside (R)

Prairie View RV

14894 Brighton Rd Brighton, CO 80601
(D)

Nearby Campgrounds

Lyons City Park Meadow Park Campground

campground Lyons, CO
Located at the base of the frontrange Meadow Park Campground is a little known home base for exploring Boulder, Estes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. With full hookup RV sites you will stay in comfort in your RV rental at a park with ball fields, playgrounds, and a fun kayaking river run that allows you to portage a short distance and repeat the loop over and over again.

Boyd State Park

campground Loveland, CO
The most modern water sports facility in northern Colorado, Boyd Lake State Park boasts over 1,700 surface-acres of water for boating, fishing, sailing and more. A sandy beach and seasonably warm water make Boyd Lake a favorite among windsurfers, water-skiers and swimmers. This family-oriented park is the perfect place for visitors of all ages. Boyd State Park offers a wide range of outdoor activities and amenities that include an Amphitheater, beach, biking, bird watching, jet skiing, and more. The RV facilities include pull-thru sites, big rig access, dump station, 50 amp. here is a group pavilion and group picnic area, playground, coffee shop, and General Store. One thing that you may not like is that the campground feels more like a city park than a state park. Nevertheless, you are in the perfect spot to explore some of the most pristine parts of Colorado. Rocky Mountain National Park is only a short drive away.

Restway Travel Park

campground Cheyenne, WY
Explore the expansive landscapes of one of the most spectacular western cities around when you choose Restway Travel Park as your RV camping retreat. Located in Cheyenne, Wyoming, this park offers and oasis to anyone who would like some peace and and tranquility. You will see why so many people choose the Rocky Mountain area as their wilderness vacation destination. Restway Travel Park is packed with amenities that will make your trip enjoyable. They offer full service RV hookups complete with cable TV and WiFi. There are on site restrooms and shower facilities that are clean and well kept. You can enjoy swimming in the outdoor heated pool or hike around on the trails in the area. Restway Travel Park is a place where you can enjoy camping like the cowboys have for centuries. There is plenty to see and do in the city and surrounding nature areas. Check out the dining hot spots and shopping opportunities in town.

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.

Pearl Street Mall

attraction Boulder, CO
Take a stroll down one of Boulders' most lively and historic streets, enjoy art, live music, have an amazing meal, and interact with locals and outsiders in one of the many bars. Most of the buildings here are considered the oldest structures in Boulder which house restaurants, local businesses, boutiques and so much more. You can buy local food at the farmers? market, participate in community events, or join any tour of the city.

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.

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.

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