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Discover Silverthorne, CO

The time has finally come to rent an RV and visit the magnificent Rocky Mountains, and if you want to stay in a charming small town as close to them as possible – you are in luck, because Silverthorne, Colorado is located in their heart and soul. Do not be fooled by its size; it will surprise you with amazing art and culture scene, unparalleled natural attractions wherever you look, and restaurants and bistros offering delicious specialties. You will want to spend every moment outside, taking in the majestic scenery of the snow-capped peaks reflecting on the tranquil waters of Dillon Reservoir. Find a luxury RV rental in Silverthorne and reach all the state and national parks encircling the city while enjoying the comfort of your second home.

When you wish for a taste of the urban atmosphere, pay a visit to Denver, the state’s capital, and immerse yourself in the history of the West while wandering around top-notch museums and well-preserved historic buildings. Every outdoorsman will find out that there is no end to the opportunities for recreation as soon as they book an RV in Silverthorne, from hiking and biking on the nature trails to skiing and snowboarding down the mountainsides.

The Sites and the Scenery

Colorado is a world of contrasts, ranging from vast deserts to enormous wilderness areas of thick woods and jugged peaks covered with snow and ice. Once you pack everything you need in your Silverthorne travel trailer rental, head out to Arapaho and Roosevelt National Forests and get in touch with nature in this haven of pristine lakes and evergreen conifers. The mighty Mount Evans is waiting for you at the end of the highest paved road in the world. Conquer this “fourteener” and find yourself among mountain goats and wonderful wildflowers, while completely forgetting the burdens of civilization. Whichever activity comes to your mind, you can do it here – hiking, climbing, camping, and countless winter and water activities attract visitors all year round.

Make sure your compass is pointing north, because that’s exactly where Rocky Mountain National Park is. Park your Silverthorne RV rental at one of the campgrounds and check out why this is the most popular destination for outdoorsmen coming to the area. Amazing views will follow you while you are still driving on the Trail Ridge Road, while exciting activities await in the park – rock climbing, fishing, hiking, wildlife viewing – you name it. Standing on some of the peaks looking at the landscape shaped by the Continental Divide will make you feel like you are at the top of the world, while the contrast between the dark green pines and the clean white snow will make you come back to this piece of heaven.

If you are up for dramatic landscapes that will make you stand in awe and take hundreds of pictures, hurry up and rent a motorhome in Silverthorne and take it to Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park. It’s a mecca for rock climbers and home to the tallest vertical wall in the state – the Painted Wall. The park is all about pushing your limits, whether you choose to climb up the steep canyon sides or follow the unmarked trails of the Inner Canyon down to the Gunnison River. Another activity that will get your adrenaline levels up is kayaking. Only the most experienced should try to triumph over the fast rapids cutting through the canyon. After a day full of excitement, pitch a tent and rest your eyes on the night sky unobstructed by the lights of the big cities. If you are ready to try something completely different like sand sledding, travel a few hours south to the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve.

Where to Park It

With so many amazing natural spots, it’s no wonder that there are RV parks at every turn. The closest one to the town is Tiger Run RV Resort, located between the Swan and Blue Rivers in Breckenridge. A wide range of amenities are here to make your stay as relaxing as possible – full hookups, a swimming pool, and hot tubs are at your disposal. You also get a close proximity to all the outdoor recreation in the area.

Halfway between Silverthorne and Denver, you will find Denver West / Central City KOA. Sites with full hookups are waiting for you to park your RV rental near Silverthorne. A camp store, propane available on-site, and Wi-Fi are some of the amenities at your disposal. The Hidee Gold Mine and some scenic train rides attract visitors to explore the surrounding region.

Another option lies on the way to the state capital – Clear Creek RV Park. Leave your Silverthorne, CO rental RV on a site next to the creek and pay a visit to Golden and its historic Downtown, or stretch your legs and go hiking on the nearby trails. You can also take advantage of the park’s Wi-Fi, laundry facilities and restrooms.

Exploring the City

Spending time exploring nature should definitely be at the top of your list when coming to Silverthorne, Colorado. Start from the peaceful Dillon Reservoir, where you can try boating and kayaking in the clean air. It’s surrounded by lush vegetation and towering mountains, a landscape worthy of a picture postcard. If you prefer hiking, try completing the Blue River Trail, located in the town itself.

There are also interesting things to be seen and done indoors – the Silverthorne Performing Arts Center is home to art exhibitions and interesting performances. In addition, the first Friday of every month is reserved for entertainment events where you can hear live music, taste some delicious food, and admire the works by the local artists and craftsmen. Stop thinking about a perfect destination – just find the best RV rental in Silverthorne and let it lead the way.

RV Rentals in Silverthorne, CO

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

There are many popular rentals in Silverthorne. Outdoorsy's Silverthorne 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 Silverthorne are a number of National, State and Local parks. Travelers can easily rent RVs and motorhomes near Rocky Mountain National Park, Arches National Park, Arapaho National Forest, White River National Forest, and Chautauqua Park.

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What's around Silverthorne, CO

Check out local hikes, campgrounds, dumpstations, and more!

Local Hiking Trails

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

Nearby Dumpstations

Rest Stop

Rest Area Edwards, CO 81632
Eastbound, Westbound, 10 truck parking spaces - very long spaces maybe enough for 2 trucks, Restrooms, Picnic Table, RV Dump(2 potable water fill spots), Handicap (R)

Rest Stop

Scenic Vista Silverthorne, CO 80498
Westbound, 10 truck parking spaces, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Turnout Dillon, CO 80435
Eastbound, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Turnout Dillon, CO 80435
Westbound, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Scenic Vista Silverthorne, CO 80498
Eastbound, 10 truck parking spaces, No Facilities (R)

Rest Stop

Rest Area WB Frisco, CO 80443
Eastbound, Westbound, Restrooms, Picnic Table, Handicap (R)

Camping World RV Sales of Denver

16000 W Colfax Avenue Golden, CO 80401
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Dutchmen, Jayco, Keystone, Certified Techs (SR) (D)

Five R Trailer

15590 W. Colfax Ave Golden, CO 80401
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation (SR) (D)

Ketelsen Campers

9870 W I-70 Service Road South Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
General Repair, Parts Sales, Parts Installation, Crossroads, Forest River, Gulf Stream, KZ, Lance, Starcraft (D)

Rest Stop

Turnout Georgetown, CO 80444
Eastbound, Scenic Vista No Facilities (R)

Nearby Campgrounds

Heaton Bay Campground

campground Frisco, CO
Heaton Bay Campground is located on the shores of Lake Dillon surrounded by mountains such as the Tenmile Range, Gore Range and the Continental Divide. A great location that is close to all the recreational activities that Summit County has to offer, take a hike, go on a bike ride, fish and discover more activities. Reservations are available at this campground so book in advance.

Camp Hale Memorial Campground

campground Leadville, CO
This Forest Service Campground can fit anysize RV you rent. Located at the location used by the mountain infantry division for training during World War II there are numerous trails that depart the campground and allow you and the family to explore the scenic area. Book a RV rental with a generator as there are no hookups here.

Boreas Pass Road

attraction Breckenridge, CO
A scenic 22 mile road which has the best sights in Brekenridge, you can view the Blue River Valley and the Tenmile Range in all its splendor and be on the continental divide. You can ski this road during the winter, take in the picturesque views of the changing foliage during the fall, and in the summer enjoy a picnic.

Breckenridge Ski Resort

attraction Breckenridge, CO
This is one of Colorado's premier ski resorts. You can explore the mountain ranges with a customized private ski class. If you happen to be here during the summer the resort also offers plenty of activities such as the Gold Runner Coaster, zipline, mountain biking, the alpine super slide, and plenty of guided tours.

Gore Creek

attraction Vail, CO
Gore Creek forms part of the Eagle River, 18.5 miles in length. If you hike the trails you'll find Gore Lake which is located 6.1 miles north of Vail in the Eagles Nest Wilderness Area. There are plenty cutthroat trout and other species which you can fish in an idyllic and isolated setting deep in the Gore Range. You'll have views of alpine meadows and you'll have wildlife animal sightings.

Tiger Run RV Resort

campground Breckenridge, CO
A perfect base camp for hiking the Rocky Mountains, nestled between the Blue River and the Swan River, with scenic views and 4 seasons worth of recreational activities within reach. The resort features numerous outdoor activities, along upscale amenities such as hot tubs, a fitness center, a game room, a pool and laundry facilities. Luxury setting with easy to navigate roads and sites make even novice RV rental drivers feel at home.

Cow Creek South

campground Heeney, CO
Located in White River National Forest this campground provides a scenic setting for visitors looking for a variety of recreational activities on land and on water. The 2.3 million-acre White River National Forest has eight wilderness area and ten peaks with over 14,000 feet in elevation. The camp site is located on the shores of the Green Mountain reservoir, where you can canoe, fish, waterski and windsurf. In the summer you can take the Trail Ridge Road from one side of the park to the other, where you'll have views of alpine elevations of more than 12,000 feet. Amazing scenery awaits your RV rental trip.

McCullough Gulch

attraction Breckenridge, CO
McCullough Gulch Trail is a 2.8 mile moderate trail within vicinity of the Blue River which has views of multiple lakes and waterfalls once you reach the 11,915 foot peak. You can hike and snowshoe and it is accessible from June until October. Dogs are allowed on the trail.

Nearby Parks