The Rocky Mountains stretch for 200 miles along the Continental Divide of the United States, and Rocky Mountain National Park is just a mere 415 square miles of some of the world’s highest terrain. “Majestic” can’t even begin to describe the park’s alpine lakes and forested valleys which rise to Longs Peak, at 14,259 feet the highest point in the park. Known as “Rocky” to locals, Rocky Mountain National Park is one of the highest-in-elevation in the country. Weather permitting, it’s open year-round and is the third most visited National Park in the country – definitely a must to go RV Camping and enjoy mind-blowing scenery and abundant wildlife.  {Motorhome, Oct. 2020}

driving near nature to find an RV camping spot

In the heart of the Rocky Mountains, there are many RV parks with amazing scenery and rich history suited for both travel trailers and RVs alike. Read below and check out a few of our favorite spots to go RV camping!

Elk Meadow Lodge & RV Resort

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Elk Meadow Lodge & RV Resort offers uninterrupted Rocky Mountain Views! Adjacent to Rocky Mountain National Park, this RV resort is a photographer’s paradise! Awe-inspiring scenery, wildlife, hiking, biking and more. Only a mile from the Village of Estes Park where you’ll find an abundance of shops, restaurants, galleries, museums, and recreational opportunities.

  • 169 Full-Service RV Sites
  • 7 Comfortable Cabins
  • Authentic Teepees
  • Bathhouse & Laundry
  • Amazing Scenery & Wildlife
  • Hiking & Biking
  • Fishing (River or Lake)
  • Outdoor Swimming Pool
  • Mini Gold
  • Horseshoes
  • Bean Bag Toss
  • Playground
  • Off-Season Storage

1665 State Highway 66, Estes Park, CO 80517 | (970) 586-5342 |

Spruce Lake RV Resort

Spruce Lake RV Resort is located in the heart of the Rocky Mountains with great fishing on the Big Thompson River or just enjoying some relaxation on their peaceful lake. Catch the shuttle to charming Village of Estes Park, you can explore the historic Stanley Hotel and discover what inspired Stephen King to write The Shining. 

  • Amazing Scenery & Wildlife
  • Hiking & Biking
  • Fishing
  • Mini Golf
  • Heated Pool
  • Playground
  • Cable TV
  • Large Level Sites
  • Off-Season Storage
  • Cabins, Lodge, RVs

1050 Mary’s Lake Road, Estes Park, CO 80517 | (970) 586-2889 |

Winding River Resort

Winding River Resort borders Rocky Mountain National Park with the perfect vacation spot near Grand Lake, Lake Granby, and Shadow Mountain Lake. This mountain setting delivers lets you get away from it all with an array of activities including horseback riding and ATV/Snowmobiles into Rocky Mountain National Park or Arapaho National Forest on scenic trails filled with mountain flowers, scampering wildlife and gentle flowing streams. Then, cozy up to the fire at night as you gaze up at the beautiful mountain views.

  • Amazing Scenery & Wildlife
  • Horseback Riding
    • Horse Rides
    • Pony RIde
    • Horse Drawn Hay Rides
  • ATVs/Snowmobiles
  • Hiking & Biking
  • Fishing
  • Animal Farm
  • Camping
  • Covered Wagons
  • Carriage & Sleigh Museum

1447 Co Rd 491, Grand Lake, CO 80447 | (970) 627-3215 |

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