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The capital of Colorado, Denver is the state’s most populous city with over 700,000 people calling it home. The city is located in the South Platte River Valley just east of the Front Range of the Rocky Mountains. Downtown Denver is immediately east of the confluence of the South Platte River and Cherry Creek.

Nicknamed the “Mile High City” for its elevation, Denver sits exactly 5,280 feet above sea level and boasts 300 days of sunshine per year. As you can imagine, this makes it an ideal destination for tourists all year-round.

The city itself has 200 parks and nearly 20,000 acres of parks in the nearby Rocky Mountains, making it one of the best cities in the U.S. for getting back to nature. The area is also incredibly environmentally conscious, ranking in the top 30 greenest cities in America.

Denver welcomes millions of tourists every year with crowds attracted by the plethora of outdoor activities and pumping urban fare. Whether you enjoy a good hike or are a sucker for a good feed, you’ll find everything you want and more in Denver.

Getting to Denver

If you rent a campervan in Denver, you can get there by car. Denver is crisscrossed with highways, the main one being the Interstate highway 70 which spans the whole nation, crossing the entirety of Colorado.You can also reach Denver by plane. Denver International Airport serves the metropolitan area of Denver as well as the greater Front Range Urban Corridor. The airport is 25 miles from Downtown Denver.The train is another option. The Amtrak Zephyr runs daily between San Francisco and Chicago, stopping at Denver along the way. Noted as one of the most picturesque train routes in the United States, the trip across the Rockies is particularly worth the ticket price.

Places to visit in Denver

  • Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater: Situated about 15 miles from the city center, the Red Rocks Park and Amphitheater is well worth the commute. Red Rocks is both a city park and a live music venue owned by the city of Denver. It gets its name from the red sandstone rock formations that form the walls of the outdoor amphitheater.
  • Denver Botanic Gardens: The Denver Botanic Gardens is one of the largest in the United States, sprawling across 23 acres next to Cheesman Park. The garden is a hub of native plants and touts sustainable practices. With over 40 individual gardens, you’re sure to get lost among the greenery in this beautifully laid-out park.
  • Denver Zoo: The Denver Zoo was established in the late 1800s and has a rich history of conservation. Today you’re able to explore this beautifully laid out zoo with each enclosure adapted to the species it houses.

Parking in Denver

Street parking in Denver runs an average of $1 per hour with an average limit of 2 hours maximum. It should be noted that Denver charges for overnight parking and requires you to move your vehicle 100 feet if parked for 2 hours from 8 am to 10 pm.

If you choose to park in a garage or lot you’ll be looking at $4 to $24 per hour. There are a number of dedicated garages throughout the city with pricing going up the closer you get to the city center.

Annual Events in Denver

  • Denver St Patrick’s Parade: Only New York rivals Denver for the size of their St Patrick’s Day parade. The city’s parade features massive floats, colorful performances, and enthusiastic marching bands. Whether you want to celebrate your heritage or just immerse yourself in the culture, Denver’s St Patrick’s celebration isn’t to be missed.
  • Cinco De Mayo Festival: The Cinco De Mayo festival is one of the largest cultural events in Colorado. Denver’s celebrations feature live entertainment, food and drink, art displays, and a plethora of children’s activities.
  • Juneteenth Music Festival: The Juneteenth Music Festival is a cultural celebration commemorating the end of slavery and celebrating African-American history. The festival attracts over 50,000 people annually and is one of the city’s most significant celebrations.

Camping in Denver

  • Dakota Ridge RV Park: The Dakota Ridge RV Park is the best of both worlds, combining the rustic outdoors with the culture of the big city. All of Denver’s best attractions are just minutes away from this central location. Daily rates range from $50 to $77.
  • Loveland RV Resort: Centrally located, this resort provides quick access to the mountains and the city as well as to a number of other attractions. Sporting all the amenities you’ll need to make your stay a smooth one, the Loveland RV Resort is one of the best in Denver. To stay you’ll be paying $51 to $62 per night.
  • Garden of the Gods RV Resort: Perfect for those wanting to explore the mountains’ hiking trails, the Garden of the Gods RV Resort sports an awe-inspiring landscape and 5-star amenities. Rates depend on your date of travel and their website has a handy calculation tool to help you book.

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