Colorado Calling You?

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You’ve rented your pop-up tent camper and are ready for your next outdoor adventure!

Colorado is chock-full of amazing places to see and enjoy – whether you’re going North, South, East or West, you’ve got a lot to take in!

To the North, be sure to visit Horsetooth Reservoir in Fort Collins, Colorado. Open year-round, Horsetooth is a great hiking destination, plus it has lots of spots to fish, rent jet-skis, or do other water-based activities. Horsetooth is also right next to Fort Collins for some unique city-based fun.

About 50 miles Northwest of Fort Collins, find Red Feather Lakes – perfect for hunting, horseback riding, off-roading, and fishing in six different lakes. It’s also a snowshoeing and ice fishing mecca in the winter. Heaters are included in your pop up tent camper rental! Far away from the city lights, you’ll have a full blown (and we don’t mean especially windy) nature experience.

To the South, aim for Castlewood Canyon near Parker and Castle Rock, Colorado – horseback riding, model airplane fields, and a wildlife pavilion make this a really fun family destination. Looking for something more scenic? Check out Royal View – one mile east of the Royal Gorge, where you can enjoy a variety of outdoor activities from ziplining to whitewater rafting.

To the East, check out Bonny Lake State Park – near Idalia, Colorado. Bonny Lake is a fantastic fishing destination – try your luck at walleye, catfish, and a profusion of bass. Described as an oasis in the plains, you can also check out Jackson Lake State Park where a birding and wildlife viewing experience like no other awaits.

To the West, you can see the Colorado National Monument near Grand Junction, Colorado. Beautiful vistas, camping, fishing and lots of hiking are all things you can look forward to here. Then near Grand Lake off Berthoud Pass, stay at Elk Creek Camp. Amazing 4-wheeling, mountain biking and ATV adventures are just around the corner from the prize winning camp.

No matter where you go in Colorado with your pop-up camper, you can be sure to find a great time!

Happy trails – Happy tent camper days and nights.

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