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The Rocky Mountains meet the Great Plains near Denver, which is not only the largest city in its own state of Colorado, but also the biggest population centre in the entire Rocky Mountain region. The Mile High City is an essential stop on any RV journey across Colorado. Talented sports teams, over 200 parks, and approximately 300 sunny days per year are just a few reasons why Colorado's state capital has become one of the fastest growing American cities.
Denver also stands within easy driving distance of many other popular Colorado destinations. Boulder is 30 minutes away and a few more hours of westward driving will lead to the iconic ski resorts of Aspen and Vail. However, the state's most famous peak, Pikes Peak, towers over its second largest city, Colorado Springs, directly south of Denver. Hikers and music lovers will want to head west of Denver to the Red Rock Amphitheater. Countless musicians have performed around this venue's signature high red sandstone walls.
The easiest place to begin exploring Denver is Champa Street, a bustling shopping area next to the Denver Tourist Information Center. City Park, the largest of the city's more than 300 green spaces, features two relaxing boating lakes and a number of walking trails. The park is also home to the 4,000 animals at the Denver Zoo and the IMAX cinema at the Museum of Nature and Science.
Another nearby green space, Cheesman Park, contains the tropical conservatory and Japanese gardens of the Denver Botanic Gardens. Denver's oldest house, a log cabin constructed in 1859, is the main attraction at Four Mile Historic Park. Weekend visitors can enjoy horse drawn carriage rides past the park's period farm equipment and buildings. The Molly Brown House, constructed in 1889, is named after the most famous woman aboard the Titanic.
A fully restored carousel and at least four thrilling roller coasters are among the Six Flags Elitch Gardens Theme Park's 45 rides. Denver is also home to one of only two US Mint buildings where visitors can see the country's coins as they are made. Climbing the 93 steps to the gold plated dome of the Colorado State Capitol leads to an outstanding Rocky Mountain view. The historic buildings at Larimer Square have been recently restored and filled with lively nightspots, restaurants, and shops.
No other RV park is situated closer to Denver, its airport, and two major medical facilities than the modem friendlyDenver Meadows RV Park.
Visitors to the Flying Saucer RV Park can decide between a full RV hookup or a more basic hookup at one of the premium sites at this unusually named riverfront park next to the RiverPoint at Sheridan complex. The nearest light rail station is five minutes away.
The The Prospect RV Park between downtown Denver and endless rural open space in the suburb of Wheat Ridge. Shopping opportunities and outdoor pastimes are just steps away.
Frequent traffic jams are among the worst things about Denver's rapid growth, but Colorado's biggest driving challenges arrive with its winter weather, from October. All-season tires should be sufficient for most Colorado roads, but mountain passes and switchbacks should always be approached with extra caution. The legal limit for driving under the influence is 20 mg/dL for drivers under 21 and 80 mg/dL for older motorists.