Hiking through the breathtaking Rocky Mountains, feeling the adrenaline rush as your raft lurches over a Class IV rapid, and seeing relics of the people (and dinosaurs) that lived here long before us — Colorado is the place for the vacation of a lifetime. The best part is that Adventure Camper Rentals makes this dream trip affordable. We offer high-quality, inexpensive camper rentals that save you money and allow you to comfortably stay in the beautiful Colorado wilderness. Have nature at your doorstep for a unique vacation experience.
Since opening our doors for business in Denver, we’ve experienced a lot of growth. We expanded our fleet and services to include vehicle rentals that tow the trailers, and camp-and-drive combos (a special package that includes a camper and a towing vehicle). Vehicles include passenger van rental and SUV rental options. Other services offered are used camper sales and camper repair services. Vehicles include passenger van rental and SUV rental options.
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So Many Colorado Destinations
With dozens of forests, state parks, and other outdoor wonders to explore, you’ll never run out of new places to have an adventure with a Colorado camper rental. Below are some of the West’s best activities to consider when planning your vacation:
- Hike up a mountain. Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the world’s premier destinations for hiking, biking, mountaineering, and any other outdoor activity. While you’re here, rent an ATV, UTV, or a Kia Sorento from Backbone Adventures in Estes Park and prepare for an afternoon of high-speed fun.
- Ski down a mountain. If you prefer going down a mountain rather than up one, visit Winter Park Ski Resort. Featuring 3,000 acres of skiable terrain, 25 lifts, and six terrain parks, this resort has earned its world-famous reputation. In the summer this ski resort transforms into a mountain-biking park. Trestle® Bike Park has some of the nation’s best jumps, ramps, and other natural features. You can rent bikes and protective gear here and also buy lift passes.
- Step back in time. Mesa Verde National Park reminds us that, while our country is often considered “new,” it actually isn’t. Here you’ll find 5,000 archeological sites and 600 cliff dwellings of the Ancestral Pueblo people. These sites date from 600 to 1300 A.D. You’ll also find several beautiful hiking trails that showcase the beauty of Montezuma Valley and the Navajo Canyons.
- Get sandy. The mountains aren’t the only giants around here. Colorado also has the tallest sand dunes in North America—some measuring up to 700 feet high. Visit the Great Sand Dunes National Park for a fun day in the sand. You can climb the dunes, sled down them, and even play in the nearby streams. Afterwards, make sure to visit the nearby San Isabel National Forest. These stunning mountains are the perfect setting for a hike. Don’t forget to tour Bishop Castle. One man constructed this 160-foot-high castle; he started building it when he was just 15 years old.
The following destinations give you a different flavor of the Wild West. Go for the day or make them your ultimate destinations.
Arkansas Headwaters State Park
Ready for some world-class white-water rafting? The Arkansas Headwaters have the best rapids in the country. The most popular rafting points start high in the Rocky Mountains in Leadville, CO. However, you’ll find thrilling rapids for the next 150 miles—until you reach Pueblo in the plains. If you want the ultimate adrenaline rush, try the Class III or IV rapids. The Class I and II rapids are perfect for a family-friendly ride. You can find more information on guides and rafts at the Arkansas River Outfitters Association.
Dinosaur National Monument
Want to come face to face with a giant Allosaurus? His serrated teeth grew up to three inches long. How about the 69-foot long Apatosaurus? Come and meet these dinosaurs at the Dinosaur National Monument. This interactive museum is located on the border of Utah and Colorado in an area where thousands of dinosaur fossils have been discovered.
While you’re here, make sure to visit Quarry Exhibit Hall. This building has exhibits where you can touch real dinosaur fossils and see a huge wall with thousands of fossils still visibly embedded in it.