Rocky Mountain National Park
Go glamping in Colorado and visit Rock Mountain National Park nearby!
Rocky Mountain National Park is located in northwestern Colorado and has five different visitor centers, depending on what direction you’re coming from. If you get the chance, however, pass by the headquarters to the park at Beaver Meadows Visitor Center, as it is a National Historic Landmark designed by a Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. Surrounded by other national forests on all sides, glamping near Rocky Mountain National Park will bring you all of the fresh mountain and woodland air, peace, and tranquility you were hoping for from this vacation. The park includes 359 miles of trails, 150 lakes, 450 miles of streams, and 72 named peaks to keep your blood pumping all trip long. Highest of all the mountains is Longs Peak at 14,259 feet, perfect if you’re an avid climber, and the mountain still has one remaining glacier, Mills Glacier, as well as a permanent snowfield called The Dove. Depending on what types of activities you’re looking to do while luxury camping near Rocky Mountain National Park, a certain time of year may be better to visit the park nearby than others. In summer when heavy rainfall tends to occur, hikers shouldn’t be above the tree line; meanwhile, profound snowfall may begin as early as October and last all the way until April.