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Ready for an unforgettable mountain adventure? Denver is your perfect launching pad for an epic Colorado camper van rental adventure with Escape Camper Vans! Surrounded by the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountains, Denver offers innovative craft breweries, world-class museums, and of course, stunning nature all around. Whether you’re a seasoned hiker, a ski aficionado, or simply a lover of open roads and stunning vistas, Denver offers unparalleled access to a range of landscapes, from sky-scraping mountain peaks to sprawling desert plains. So why wait? Your dream road trip starts right here, right now, in the Mile-High City.

Our Denver Rental Location
5663 Monaco Street, Commerce City, CO 80022

Just northeast of the Denver city center, our Commerce City location is easily accessible from Denver International Airport and other local transportation hubs. Plus, our location places you within a short drive of other major cities like Boulder, Colorado Springs, and Fort Collins


5663 Monaco Street

Commerce City, CO 80022

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How To Get To Escape Camper Vans From Denver International Airport

After you’ve touched down and collected your luggage, it’s time to head to our Commerce City hub and start your much-anticipated road trip adventure. Here are your options for a hassle-free commute:

  • Uber or Lyft: Once you exit the terminal, follow the signs to the Rideshare Pickup zones to request your ride. The drive to Commerce City usually takes about 30-45 minutes depending on traffic conditions. You can also check Denver International Airport’s official website for the most up-to-date information on pickup zones.
  • Taxi: Taxis are readily available at Denver International Airport and offer flat-rate fares to our Commerce City location. Just follow the signs or ask an airport staff member to point you to the nearest taxi rank.
  • Public Transport: If you’re budget-conscious or simply prefer public transport, you can take the A Line train from the airport to Union Station in downtown Denver. From there, hop on a local bus that will drop you within walking distance of our Commerce City hub. You can find detailed train and bus routes on the Regional Transportation District’s (RTD) website.

Before you hit the road, please keep in mind that we don’t offer long-term parking at our Denver location. Plan accordingly!

Colorado Camper Van Rentals Available for Reservation in Denver, CO

A Fleet Tailored to Your Wanderlust

At Escape Camper Vans Denver, we don’t believe in one-size-fits-all. That’s why our curated fleet is designed to meet the individual tastes and needs of every intrepid traveler. Whether you’re a couple seeking a romantic getaway, a family wanting quality time in nature, or a group of friends yearning for a road trip of a lifetime, we have the perfect camper van just for you.


Craving a cozy, intimate road trip with all the practicalities you could ask for? Meet Mavericks, your ultimate home-away-from-home on wheels. This gem is perfect not only for couples but also for small families and friend groups. The Mavericks comes fully equipped with:

  • A luxurious, queen-sized bed.
  • A functional kitchen that boasts a 2-burner propane stove, dual-powered refrigerator, and a handy sink.
  • Ample storage space for all your road trip essentials and souvenirs.
  • A foldaway in-van table and benches, converting easily into your big comfy bed for the night.
  • Fuel efficiency of 14-17 mpg and a range of technical specs that guarantee a smooth ride.
  • An optional rooftop sleeper.



Traveling with a bigger crew or a family that needs a little extra room during your Colorado road trip? Say hello to Mesa, the expanded, tricked-out sibling to our beloved Mavericks model. Perfect for those who never want to compromise on space or amenities, Mesa is about two feet longer than the Mavericks, allowing you to keep the rear bucket seats up even when the bed is down—ideal for families with car seats. When traveling in the Mesa, you’ll have the following at your disposal:

  • A queen-sized bed that promises sound sleep under the stars.
  • Advanced kitchen facilities featuring a 2-burner propane stove, a dual-powered refrigerator, and a sink with a 5-gallon water tank.
  • Additional drawers and compartments underneath the back benches offer extra storage and organization.
  • Aux and Bluetooth capabilities, allow you to curate the soundtrack for your adventure. 
  • Optional rooftop sleeper accommodations.
  • Fuel efficiency of 14-17 mpg.

Del Mar

Looking for the next level in comfort and versatility for your Denver camper van rental? The Del Mar is the upgraded sibling of our popular Mesa model. Ideal for families, groups of friends, or any adventurous soul, the Del Mar is your ticket to a dream road trip. Here’s what makes it special:

  • A queen-sized bed and an additional interior double bed, make room for up to 5 sleepers.
  • A kitchen outfitted with a 2-burner propane stove, a dual-powered refrigerator, and a 5-gallon water tank plus sink.
  • Extra storage spaces, including drawers and compartments, to stow away your essentials and finds along the journey.
  • The ability to stand inside the camper, adds a whole new level of comfort.
  • Tech-savvy additions like USB ports and Bluetooth capabilities keep you connected.
  • An average fuel efficiency of 14-17 mpg, so you can focus more on the adventure and less on the fuel gauge.

Best Colorado Camper Van Rental Road Trip Ideas From Denver, CO


Colorado National Parks Tour

If you’re trying to check all the National Parks off your list, then this is the road trip for you. Experience all the National Parks that Colorado has to offer in your Denver campervan rental. This itinerary will take you from Denver to the Great Sand Dunes National Park, Mesa Verde National Park, Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park, and then finally to the famed Rocky Mountain National Park.

The Rocky Mountain Loop

When you think of Colorado, the Rocky Mountains are often the first image that comes to mind. Embark on a journey that encapsulates the essence of the Rockies. Picture jagged peaks, alpine lakes, and perhaps even some wildlife sightings. This loop takes you through Rocky Mountain National Park, Estes Park, and back, offering a variety of camping and hiking options.

Moab, Utah

For a change of scenery, consider driving your camper van to Moab, Utah, a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts. Famed for its red rocks, the area offers unique landscapes and activities, from mountain biking to exploring Arches National Park. The drive takes approximately 5-6 hours, making it a perfect long weekend getaway.

Pikes Peak & Garden of the Gods

If you’re short on time but still want a taste of Colorado’s stunning natural beauty, drive down to Colorado Springs to visit Pikes Peak and the Garden of the Gods. The contrast of Pikes Peak’s high-altitude vistas and Garden of the Gods’ unique rock formations offers a multifaceted experience, all within a 2-hour drive from Denver.

Black Hills, South Dakota

Venture a little farther away from Denver, and you could find yourself amidst the enchanting landscapes of South Dakota’s Black Hills. The area offers everything from hiking and rock climbing to exploring the iconic Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse Memorials. The journey takes about 6-7 hours but promises a road trip filled with diverse attractions.

Great Sand Dunes National Park

For a surreal experience, head south to the Great Sand Dunes National Park. Imagine vast dunes surrounded by snow-capped peaks—a paradise for sandboarding and dune bashing. It’s a 4-hour drive from Denver but offers an experience that’s worlds apart.

Durango, CO

Starting in Denver, a trip to Durango will first take you through Breckenridge and Vail. Consider breaking your drive into two parts and stop at Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park to see the jaw-dropping vistas that inspired the park’s name. You’ll pass through the San Juan Mountains and the charming mining town of Silverton before reaching Durango. Upon arrival, you will discover for yourself all that Durango offers visitors, from a vibrant arts scene, hiking, white-water rafting, and natural hot springs. This trip is the definition of “it’s not about the destination, it’s about the journey” as it takes you on an incredible trip through Colorado’s diverse landscapes and outdoor activities. 


Major Camper Van Destinations Near Denver, CO

Boulder, CO

Just a 30-minute drive from Denver, Boulder offers a mix of outdoor activities and urban comforts. Take a stroll down Pearl Street for some shopping and dining, or hike the famous Flatirons for breathtaking views.

Aspen, CO

For those looking to indulge in some luxury along with their adventure, Aspen is the place to be. About a 3-hour drive from Denver, it’s a hotspot for winter sports and summer hikes, sprinkled with high-end boutiques and fine dining establishments.

Steamboat Springs, CO

Popularly known as “Ski Town, U.S.A,” Steamboat Springs is about a 3-hour drive from Denver and offers a range of outdoor activities across all seasons—from skiing and snowboarding in winter to kayaking and fishing in summer.

Fort Collins, CO

Located about an hour north of Denver, Fort Collins is another gem that combines urban and natural attractions. Known for its craft breweries and vibrant arts scene, the town is also close to the Cache La Poudre River, which offers excellent white-water rafting opportunities.

Vail, CO

If skiing or snowboarding is on your agenda, you can’t miss a trip to Vail. Known for its massive ski resort, Vail is just a 2-hour drive from Denver and offers a range of other activities, including hiking and zip-lining, in the summer.

Camper Van Friendly Campgrounds Near Denver

Cherry Creek State Park

4201 S Parker Rd, Aurora, CO 80014

Just a 30-minute drive from Denver, Cherry Creek State Park offers an easy escape from the city. With camper van-friendly sites equipped with electrical hookups, it’s the perfect base for exploring the park’s 880 acres of rolling prairie and a massive reservoir—ideal for fishing, hiking, and bird-watching.

Estes Park Campground at East Portal

3420 Tunnel Rd, Estes Park, CO 80517

If you’re planning on exploring Rocky Mountain National Park, then this campground provides an excellent gateway. Only an hour and a half from Denver, this site offers full hookups and is close to several hiking trails and scenic spots within the national park.

Golden Gate Canyon State Park

92 Crawford Gulch Rd, Golden, CO 80403

Located about an hour away from Denver, this park offers 12,000 acres of dense forest, aspen meadows, and high mountain peaks. The campground has multiple sites for camper vans, complete with electrical and water hookups, so you can immerse yourself in nature without sacrificing comfort.

Grocery and Liquor Stores Near Denver To Stock Up Your Colorado Camper Van Rental

King Soopers

4850 E 62nd Ave, Commerce City, CO 80022

One of the leading grocery chains in Colorado, King Soopers offers a wide variety of fresh produce, packaged foods, and camping essentials. Their Commerce City location is easily accessible from our hub.

Total Beverage
900 E 104th Ave, Denver, CO 80233

If you’re gearing up for your camping journey and need to stock up on drinks, look no further than Total Beverage located in Washington Plaza. Offering a diverse range of beverages, from locally brewed beers to a wide variety of wines and spirits, you’re sure to find the perfect drink to sip by the campfire.

Outdoor Stores in Denver For Your Camper Van Adventure

REI Denver Flagship

1416 Platte St, Denver, CO 80202

This isn’t just any REI; it’s the flagship store located in downtown Denver. With an extensive collection of camping, hiking, and outdoor gear, you’ll find everything you might need or have forgotten. Their staff are incredibly knowledgeable and can guide you in making the best choices for your specific adventure.


14050 Lincoln St, Thornton, CO 80023

For those more interested in hunting, fishing, or boating, Cabela’s offers a vast array of specialty gear. Located in the northern suburb of Thornton, it’s worth the short trip to stock up on some high-quality outdoor equipment.

JAX Outdoor Gear
5005 W 120th Ave, Broomfield, CO 80020

With a focus on sustainability, JAX’s Broomfield location offers eco-friendly options for outdoor gear, from camping to fishing to clothing. Their selection is wide-ranging, and the staff is always willing to help you make informed decisions for your upcoming journey.

Book Your Colorado Camper Van Rental With Escape Camper Vans Denver Today

Ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime? At Escape Camper Vans Denver, we’ve got you covered with a range of camper van options tailored to your needs. Choose from our Del Mar, Mavericks, or Mesa models, each designed to provide a unique and unforgettable travel experience.

So go ahead, fill your cart with camping essentials, stock up on your favorite foods and drinks, and grab the best outdoor gear. Your dream road trip through the stunning landscapes surrounding Denver awaits. Book your Colorado camper van rental today and hit the road with confidence!


Colorado Camper Van FAQs

How much does it cost to rent a camper van in Colorado?

“The average cost for a camper in Colorado is $85-160 per day. You’ll also want to plan for other costs like mileage fees that range from $0.30-0.40 cents per mile you drive and filling up your camper van with gas. Lower-priced camper vans will usually be more compact, whereas the higher-priced ones will be roomier and have extra features like more sleeping spaces or extra utilities in the kitchen area.

Like other travel expenses, prices for campers in Colorado can vary depending on availability and the time of year. For example, you may see higher prices during big tourist times in Colorado, like ski season or spring and summer, when a lot of people want to go camping at popular national parks.”

How old do you have to be to rent a camper van in Colorado?

In Colorado, you must be at least 21 to rent a camper. The age minimum can be even higher depending on each rental company’s policies. Some companies require drivers to be 25 or older. The main reason for these age minimums is insurance expenses. Drivers under the age of 21 are usually seen as being too inexperienced or may take more risks when driving. Combining that with the high liability that rental companies face, it wouldn’t be profitable to rent to younger drivers.

It should also be noted that some companies that allow drivers under 25 may charge more for security and insurance for younger drivers or void the insurance coverage. So, make sure you review the camper rental terms and conditions beforehand.

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anja kuppensanja kuppens
09:46 23 Sep 23
What a fantastic experience!! We loved our van! We travelled for 3 weeks with the van and it was super! We hopen to do it again!The service in Denver is splendid. Very relaxed en smooth!!The bed was good, even for a tall guy.
Russ HoekRuss Hoek
13:23 13 Sep 23
I highly recommend Escape Camper Vans. The price wasn't much more than renting a regular vehicle capable of some ground clearance to be able to get off pavement onto some back country Colorado dirt roads. We spent 7 nights camping in it. The bed was comfortable for two, even with me being 6' 4". The 12 volt refrigerator drawer worked great and had plenty of room for normal cold stuff. The stove worked great. It is a high profile vehicle so you have to watch the wind but it wasn't foreign to me, just be mindful if you normally drive a small car. Overall the check in and check out procedures were great. They even worked out a first responder discount at return as I forgot when I picked up the van.
skylar devorinskylar devorin
11:05 02 Aug 23
This was one of our favorite experiences with Escape yet! Pick up & drop off in Denver was super chill and easy. And it allowed us to explore Colorado a few days as well as heading all the way up to Grand Teton to make our Wyoming dreams come true. Every time i adventure with Escape I regret not making the trip a longer journey. But until next time…
Russell KinneRussell Kinne
19:25 06 Jul 23
Having been to three different Escape Campervan locations, we know that they are a great company and have great vans and customer service!That being said, Darren is a serious boss, and made our process easier and better than any we've had before! They included more free items and accessories than other locations, and our van "Wildlife" was both very picturesque and very capable!Thanks Escape, and thanks Darren!
Nick LeBlancNick LeBlanc
18:14 08 Jun 23
Great experience with escape camper van! Rented the Big Sur was perfect fit for my girlfriend and myself. We also got the bedding and kitten package. Had the van for 7 days and toured the majority of Colorado. Bed and Kitchenette were a huge perk. You can’t beat the price, we looked into renting a car and then hotel and it would’ve been way more! The staff at the Denver location was super helpful and nice.
Sydney SmithSydney Smith
17:05 23 Feb 23
Easy pick up and the van was great! We went about 900 mi in 6 days around CO in the winter, from Denver to glenwood springs, black canyon, the sand dunes, and bishops castle. No issue and the team at the denver location were friendly and super helpful. Would def check this out if you like the outdoors and adventures!
23:18 12 Feb 23
Overall, a wonderful experience. From the moment we walked into the door, to the moment we walked out after returning the van, the customer service was exceptional, and the employees were enthusiastic.Going in, I had no expectations for the van, but what we got felt “just about right.”It wasn’t the most luxurious ride, but it got the job done, and had a few nice surprise features.If you are renting the van to travel in mountains or cold climates, the van has heat, and quickly warmed us up if we got too cold, but for sleeping, the van will not stay warm all night, but they provided adequate bedding with the bedding kit for us to stay warm. Helps to have a snuggle Buddy though.Also, be sure you know how to apply snow chains on tires before you head out. We rented them, but struggled a good bit to put them on when we needed. Thanks to the locals of the Lost Lake area for pulling us out of a stuck spot.There were minor van malfunctions around the vehicle, but nothing under the hood, or anything that really hindered the trip.9.5 out of 10, would rent from again.
Kari JKari J
00:57 30 Nov 21
Our experience from online booking through to the return of the van was exceptional. They respond to questions and requests in a timely manner. The staff in Denver was super polite and helpful. The van was in great shape and got us through our 1,000 mile journey around Colorado with ease. I would highly recommend Escape Camper Vans for your next road trip excursion!


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