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Colorado is an ideal winter wonderland with unrivaled ski, snowboarding, snowshoe, snowmobile, and snow-tube venues, not to mention the countless seasonal festivals and so much more. If you and your family love everything to do with fun winter activities, then Colorado is one state you definitely don’t want to miss out on during your next winter RV rental escape. Despite the many world-class winter sports activities on offer in Colorado, the state is also home to a number of year-round attractions too, including some of the best national parks in America.

Places to visit

  • Telluride – Telluride is often touted as one of the best skiing and snowboarding towns on the planet. With over 2,000 acres of ski slopes, this enchanting winter resort town is sure to be fun for the whole family.
  • Rocky Mountain National Park – The majestic Rocky Mountains are one of the most picturesque mountain ranges on earth, and so it should come as no surprise that this national park is one of the most visited in America.
  • Aspen – Every year, Aspen attracts the top Olympic and Paralympic skiers in the world due to its pristine slopes. The town is also home to some of the very best luxury resorts in the world, along with a culinary scene that’s second to none.
  • Colorado Springs – Colorado is so much more than just a ski destination. Colorado Springs is, without a doubt, one of the best hiking regions in the country and attracts thousands of tourists each year for just that reason.
  • Great Sand Dunes National Park – Great Sand Dunes National Park and Preserve is home to the tallest sand dunes in North America. Hiking, horseback riding, and the area's diverse ecosystem make it a can't miss destination in Colorado.

Gastronomy

  • Rocky Mountain Oysters – Don't let the name fool you; this world-famous dish is prepared with bull, bison, and calf testicles. Forget the ingredients and try it; it's famous for a reason…it's delicious.
  • Colorado-style Pizza – Unlike any pizza you’ve ever tried, Colorado’s namesake pie is extra-thick, extra-cheesy, and features a crust that’s jampacked with a variety of different cheeses.
  • Colorado-style Green Chili – Chili Verde, as it’s known locally, is a hot and spicy pork dish that’s typical of the region. Served on a delicious fried flatbread, this is one dish not to pass up in the mile-high state.

Annual Events in Colorado

  • The Denver Barbecue Festival – Home to 18,000+ pounds of savory meat dishes to enjoy, Colorado’s most famous city hosts this delicious meat festival every September. Best of all, the event is totally free to enter.
  • The Crested Butte Wildflower Festival – Crested Butte is the wildflower capital of Colorado. Every July, the city hosts the spectacular wildflower festival, which features, among other things, 4x4 Jeep rides through the charming flower fields. Free to attend, Jeep tour prices vary by operator.
  • The Telluride Bluegrass festival – Every June, the world's best bluegrass artists head to Telluride for the largest music event in the genre. The event lasts for four days, and tickets start at $172.

Camping in Colorado

  • Paradise on the River – Due to the park’s close proximity to Rocky Mountain National Park, visitors will have access to a ton of fun outdoor activities in the area, including golf, tennis, hiking, and fishing. Rates from $59 per night.
  • Grape Creek RV Park – With perhaps the best views of any RV park in Colorado, Grape Creek is a mainstay for professional and amateur photographers alike. Horseback riding and trout fishing can be arranged by park staff at no additional cost. Rates from $55 per night.
  • Red Mountain RV Park – Flyfishing, fossil hunting, snowmobiling, and watersports, are just some of the activities on offer at this pristine RV park in the Kremmling area of Colorado. Rates start from $36 per night.

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