Friday, July 29, 2016

4 Must-See Destinations Close to Denver

Exploring beautiful ski towns or visiting one of the national parks in the US is what most travel enthusiast looks for. We all need to take a break from our mundane lives to refresh and rejuvenate our minds and bodies. However, it's not always possible to take expensive trips in a luxurious Class A motor home costing you millions.

What’s another great option? Investing in an economically-priced bus conversion for sale. Fortunately, there are several attractive tourist spots that you can visit within your budget. If you live anywhere close to Denver, following are a few places that you must visit in your motor home:

1. Fort Collins 
Fort Collins, just 65 miles from the capital city of Colorado, offers a number of interesting places for travel aficionados to explore. The Colorado State University is a favorite tourist spot for those interested in seeing great buildings and a beautiful campus with lots of greenery. The university is also renowned for its fermentation science degree. It offers students an opportunity to learn how to brew beer. Talking about beer, take a ride in your bus-converted RV around the metropolis. You can also take a fun ride in a bike or plan a custom tour around the town with your family and friends.

2. Steamboat Springs  The city of Steamboat Springs is 156 miles from Denver. It is the perfect place for some downhill skiing. It also offers RV-ers the scope of many other summer activities such as fishing, kayaking and tubing. You can even visit the two most popular hot spring parks to chill out and unwind. But do you know why Steamboat Springs is worth visiting? Because of its laidback ambiance. The city will not bore travelers with the overdone show and pomp that's common in most of the ski towns. July is the best time to visit Steamboat Springs. You'll enjoy watching the Hot Air Balloon Rodeo. There are fun contests too such as dipping into the Bald Eagle Lake. Once the colorful balloons go up in the air, savor a steaming cup of coffee with delicious crepe from one of the local vendors. You'll have a wonderful time watching numerous balloons dotting the Yampa Valley sky.

3. Great Sand Dunes National Park  Do you love visiting a place dotted with huge sand mountains? If yes, the Great Sand Dunes National Park is the one to explore. Besides the great ‘mountains’ of sand, the grandeur of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains in the background will leave you elated. The beauty of this national park is something beyond expression. It has more to offer to RV-ers than just scenic attractions. Whether it is the coexistence of different ecosystems or the scope for sand-boarding and hiking, this national park has it all. The beautiful sand dunes have their own campgrounds. Besides, there are many other parks close by. 

4. Estes Park  Estes Park, just 70 miles from the city of Denver, is the preferred destination of many Americans. Situated close to the Rocky Mountain National Park, it delights tourists with a number of activities like hot tubbing in the snow, ice climbing and hiking. One of the best attractions of the town is the Stanley Hotel, which is believed to be haunted. This 140-room Colonial Revival hotel was the inspiration behind the popular novel, The Shining by Stephen King. Are you an adventurer who likes to have a tryst with the supernatural? Simply book one of the haunted rooms in the hotel. The bar offers some delicious cocktails and more than 900 liquors.

Invest in a bus conversion for sale, and celebrate the occasion by visiting one of these places near Denver. Enjoy the moments as you embrace the road.