When you’re traveling to Rocky Mountain National Park, make sure you pick up an Escape Campervan. Start your grand adventure at our Denver campervan depot. Then it’s easy to explore Confluence Park, the trail in City Park and everything Rocky Mountain National Park offers. When you have a campervan rental you’re able to store all your gear in an easy-to-drive home base. Then at the end of the day, cook a delicious meal using your mobile kitchen and relax in a comfortable queen-size bed.
RVs Too Large? Get A Rocky Mountain National Park Campervan Rental For The Ultimate Trip
You’ve most likely heard of people who had a Rocky Mountain National Park RV rental for their vacation. However, there are many reasons to reserve a campervan rental instead. AnEscape Campervancomes with many of the same amenities as an RV, but in a cooler, agile form. Similar to an RV, a campervan has a working kitchen, a table and bench, and a queen-size bed. However, everything is more compact for increased functionality. For instance, the bed only pulls out when you’d like to use it. So it’s like there’s a hidden campsite that can be unleashed at any point.
When you get a campervan rental, your vacation isn’t limited to the main roads or overcrowded RV campsites. Your campervan can easily use more secluded tent sites. And campervans don’t need the electric or sewer hookups like an RV. Campervans are also an option for dispersed camping!
But Which Escape Campervan Should You Rent For Rocky Mountain National Park?
Our most popular campervan is the Mavericks. This Escape Campervan includes a comfortable queen-size bed, foldaway in-van table and benches, a 2-burner propane stove, dual powered refrigerator, and a sink. The Mavericks is ideal for a couple’s getaway to Rocky Mountain National Park. But it can sleep 5, so you can take your kids. You can also rent rooftop sleepers if you need a place for the kids to sleep on their own.
If you’d like additional room for your family and gear, or if going on a longer road trip, you might want to try the Big Sur campervan. With the Big Sur, you get the same amenities as the Mavericks. Yet you have more space so that you don’t have to fold down the bucket seats to unfold your queen-size bed. The Big Sur also includes additional storage space. So feel free to take a fun toy like an inflatable paddleboard. You can also get the rooftop sleeper.
All campervans rentals include our unique hand-painted exteriors that help you show your adventurous side. You can even rent campervan extras for Rocky Mountain National Park like kitchen kits, tents, and child safety seats to make your trip even better. And with your rental, you’ll get excellent customer care and 24/7 roadside assistance at no charge!
Where Will You Pick Up Your Rocky Mountain National Park Campervan Rental?
You’ll need to pick up your Escape Campervan in Denver to start your campervan vacation to Rocky Mountain National Park. We’re located on Peoria St, which is only a short Lyft, Uber, or cab ride from the Denver International Airport. Our Denver campervan depot folks will take you on a brief tour of Escape Campervan so you can see what it has to offer. Don’t forget to ask any questions you have before you leave — especially about Rocky Mountain National Park. We’ll share tips and tricks that will help you get the most out of your campervan rental and vacation!
How To Get To Rocky Mountain National Park From Denver
When driving off from the Denver Escape depot, it’s roughly 1.5 hours to get to Rocky Mountain National Park, heading west along US-36. When you get to Rocky Mountain National Park, drive through the Beaver Meadows Entrance. Admission is $30.00, per non-commercial vehicle but there is no fee if you have an America The Beautiful National Park pass.
About Rocky Mountain National Park
Rocky Mountain National Park in northern Colorado spans the Continental Divide and encompasses protected mountains, forests and alpine tundra. It’s known for the Trail Ridge Road and the Old Fall River Road, drives that pass aspen trees and rivers. The Keyhole Route, a climb crossing vertical rock faces, leads up Longs Peak, the park’s tallest mountain. A trail surrounding Bear Lake offers views of the peaks.
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What Are Awesome Places To Camp In Rocky Mountain National Park?
The most visited campsites are at Aspenglen Campground or Glacier Basin Campground. You better call first, though, as you may need reservations — especially during the busy season from May to September. Luckily, you don’t need a large site or water hookups, so you can sleep almost anywhere!
For some hidden gem campsites, we suggest camping at Longs Peak Campground or Timber Creek Campground. Or give dispersed camping a go near Rocky Mountain National Park in your Escape Campervan. Just remember, dispersed camping means roughing it without restrooms, showers, or fire rings, so you want to abide by the Leave No Trace principles.
Book Your Escape Campervan And Experience Rocky Mountain National Park Today!
There’s no better time than now to see why a Rocky Mountain National Park campervan rental is the ultimate way to vacation! To start off your campervan adventure, click the Book Now button at the top, right of the page. Or call us at 1-877-270-8267 to book through with our reservations team. Then get ready for an unbelievable trip to Rocky Mountain National Park!
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