RV Rental Denver

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RV Rental Denver—the Mile High City as it is known—is a great place for the outdoorsperson, music lover and national park enthusiasts to Go RVing. Winter sports abound at many resorts offering skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing, sledding and much more. Summertime in the mountains is wonderful with hiking, mountain biking, camping, and fishing just a few of the activities. Fall and spring has a little bit of all of the above.


Go RV Rentals lists hundreds of motorhomes and campers for rent in the Denver, Fort Collins & Colorado Springs areas. No matter whether you are a local or visitor we have the perfect rig for you! And we’re proudly serving the following cities and points far and in between:





Greenwood Village


Highlands Ranch


Ken Caryl



Castle Rock




Colorado Springs




Commerce City






Federal Heights

Wheat Ridge

Fort Collins



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A Few Questions People Ask All of the Time


Special Driver’s License Required? Travel trailers and motorhomes rentals are usually below the weight and/or length limit required for a commercial driver’s license, in this case no special driver’s license is required.


Difficult to Drive? You see all of those people driving down the road in an RV. If they can do it, you can too! Of course, you will need to understand and follow the safety standards for the vehicle.


Difficult to Operate? Not really but as with many new things there is a slight learning curve. Your owner/dealer may give you an orientation on the operation of the various systems of the RV.


Fuel Mileage Expected? The average motorhome gets 7 – 11 miles per gallon (MPG) which is not that much different than the 8 – 13 MPG towing the average travel trailer. Driving speed, wind, and terrain will impact your MPG. For the best MPG, drive slower and avoid quick starts. Wind and hills may lower MPG.


Insurance Required? Insurance may or may not be included in the deal. You may have to provide proof and/or consent to a driving record search. In some cases this may be obtained through your auto carrier. Alternatively, you may need to buy insurance from a third-party carrier.


Where can I find the best camper or motorhome for my vacation? We’ve found Outdoorsy to have the best RV rentals in Denver. You’re just a click away from a huge selection and low prices.



Rocky Mountain National Park


This favorite national park is only about 1.5 hours from Denver. Its 415 square miles hold a spectacular mountain environment. Enjoy over 300 miles of hiking trails, wildflowers, wildlife, starry nights, and fun times. This place rocks the Rockies! Check out our article about RV rental in Rocky Mountain National Park.


Places to Camp


Five campgrounds are available during the summer season. Generally these open in May and close in September. Aspen Glen, Glacier Basin, and Moraine Park campgrounds require a reservation and should be booked well in advance.  Longs Peak and Timber Creek campgrounds are on a first come first-served basis. Be aware of the following RV length limits and restrictions: Aspenglen: 30 feet, Glacier Basin: 35 feet, Longs Peak: Tents only, Moraine Park: 40 feet, and Timber Creek: 30 feet. Pets allowed. Quiet hours 10 p.m. – 6 a.m. America the Beautiful pass holder get 50% off camping fees.


Things to Do


Visit Holzwarth Historic Site to explore what life in the early days was like from the perspective of the Holzwarth family who homesteaded 160 acres.


Take a Scenic Drive on the Old Fall River Road or the Trail Ridge Road for breathtaking view and picturesque scenery.


Hiking is available on over 300 miles of trails to waterfalls, lakes and mountain summits.


Fishing on lakes and streams allow artificial lures only and everyone 16 needs a license.


Wildlife Viewing and photography of moose, elk, big horn sheep, deer and other animals is fun.


Winter Activities include snowshoeing, cross country skiing, sledding, and wildlife watching. Some ranger-led programs are also offered.


Music Festivals (www.Denver.Org)


SPREAD THE WORD MUSIC FESTIVAL – Head to Levitt Pavilion Denver for the seventh annual extravaganza highlighting Colorado’s thriving music scene and rising artists. 


FIVE POINTS JAZZ FESTIVAL – Celebrate the history of Denver’s Five Points neighborhood at this free annual music festival. Once known as the Harlem of the West, Five Points was home to several jazz clubs and played host to jazz legends like as Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk and more.


DENVER DAY OF ROCK A free, outdoor music festival in the heart of downtown Denver? Yes, please. Denver Day of Rock is an annual tradition that sees dozens of performers bringing rockin’ good vibes to The Mile High City. This event will feature five stages of live music throughout downtown Denver.


JUNETEENTH MUSIC FESTIVAL – Listen to the sounds of hip-hop, R&B, blues, soul and jazz as nearly 200 vendors line Welton Street. The annual Juneteenth Parade kicks off the fun, and make sure to watch the #DREAMBIG Awards Ceremony.



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WESTWORD MUSIC SHOWCASE – The largest single-day festival celebrating the Denver music scene returns to the Golden Triangle for its 25th year. Stay tuned for the 2019 lineup!

We encourage you to get an RV rental and drive or fly-in to Colorado soon and explore the best of the Rockies!