Pueblo, CO, is ideally situated just south of Denver and Colorado Springs. Close to the Rocky Mountains and the Gunnison and Pike and San Isabel National Forests, Pueblo offers an easy starting point for trips around the mountains and the high plains.
An RV rental in Pueblo from RVshare is an ideal way to travel down the Frontier Pathways Scenic & Historic Byway, which winds through Pueblo's high plains, Hardscrabble Canyon, Wet Mountain Valley and on to Colorado City. The mountain town of Westcliffe is a great stop for unique stores and museums and a spectacular view of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
There are different classifications of motorhome rentals in Pueblo. Class C motorhomes are the largest types of RVs and can be upwards of 40 feet long. These large RVs are often filled with fun amenities and furnishings. Class C motorhomes are slightly smaller, but you will still have plenty of space. These RVs usually have two sleeping areas, a kitchen area, and a separate bathroom space.
Class B motorhomes are vans that also serve as campers. These "campervans" are small but are often very nicely furnished and are convenient to drive and park. Towable trailers are campers that are towed behind a vehicle. They range in size, and the largest of them are called fifth wheels because of the way they are attached over the rear lip of the pulling vehicle. Pop up campers are small towable campers that are folded down for easy transport. Driving a pop-up camper rental around Pueblo is easy and economical.
Much of the fun of an RV trip is the time spent staying at top-rated RV campgrounds overnight. Haggard's RV Campground is ideally situated next to the Rocky Mountains. There are 60 sites, including back-in and pull-through sites, along with a pool, showers and laundry facilities. You can see the Rocky Mountains from many locations inside the campground.
Bighorn RV Park is close to both the Rocky Mountains and the Arkansas River. There is a total of 30 back-in and pull-through sites. Visitors can fish from the river or sit back and enjoy the wonderful views of the Rocky Mountains. For the kids and fun-loving adults, you'll also find volleyball courts, tetherball and a playground on the property.
Colorado is home to four national parks, and each is unique in its own way. The Rocky Mountains National Park is a large mountain range, Mesa Verde National Park is home to many ancient Pueblo dwellings and the Great Sand Dunes National Park has the tallest sand dunes in North America. The Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park features dark-shadowed gorge walls above the Gunnison River, which descends at one of the fastest rates of any North American river.
When you are on an RV road trip, you may find that you need to store your RV for a short time. There are many secure RV storage sites in and around Pueblo, CO. Pueblo Self Storage offers a keyless entry, camera surveillance and plenty of lighting. Wildhorse Self Storage in Pueblo offers 8-foot perimeter fencing, over 40 security cameras, alarmed unit doors and a gated entrance that requires individual passcodes.
There are many dumpstations around Pueblo. The Alta Convenience KOA, South / Colorado City KOA, Lake Pueblo State Park, State Recreation Area and the West Kwik Stop Shell all offer dumpstations for RVers traveling to the city.
There are always intriguing things to see and do while in Pueblo. The Royal Gorge Route Railroad is an interesting way to see the natural beauty of the Royal Gorge on this scenic railroad. You will appreciate the charm of beautifully restored railroad cars and glass-domed cars. You can even sign up for periodic murder mystery events on board.
Nearby Denver has many major league sports teams. The Denver Broncos football, Denver Nuggets basketball, Colorado Rockies baseball, Colorado Avalanche hockey, and Colorado Rapids soccer teams are all based in Denver. You can enjoy watching a sporting event any time of the year.
There are multiple options for dining in Pueblo. One such place is Brues Alehouse, which features dishes like fish tacos, veggie burgers, a fig-jammin' burger, and many other tasty selections. They also have craft beers and an espresso bar.
Interstate 25 runs north and south through Pueblo, CO. State Highway 50 runs east and west through Pueblo. If you need a connection point between these two routes, Highway 45 is also in the area. This 9.1-mile highway is also known as Pueblo Boulevard.