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Old 10-14-2018, 04:54 PM   #1
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Camping Spots in Colorado Suitable for 42' Class A

We are debating whether or not to take our 42' Class A with us on our upcoming move to Denver. Does anyone know if there are a lot of campgrounds with good sites for a large RV and tow vehicle?
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Sure there are. You'll see many enjoying Colorado. With our 40' MH we even stayed in national forest campgrounds and great boondocking spots.
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Old 10-14-2018, 08:58 PM   #3
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Lots of great camping. Lots of them have to be booked way, way out because they’re so popular.
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Old 10-15-2018, 05:48 AM   #4
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Yes take it. Lots of camping that can handle your rig. Many of the areas are even local to Denver.
We taken our 40 footer all over the state and always have had great spots and most are in state parks.
Enjoy the adventure.
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We are debating whether or not to take our 42' Class A with us on our upcoming move to Denver. Does anyone know if there are a lot of campgrounds with good sites for a large RV and tow vehicle?
IMHO - Colorado might just be one of the Best areas in the USA for a 42' Diesel.

Think about it it is in the Center of Everything that an RV is made for - Not only Colorado but all the Surrounding States have sooooooooo much to offer.

Toad might need to change - as 4X4 is just better - (JMHO)

If you enjoyed the RV in Texas - You will Love the RV in Colorado.

JMHO,

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Great! Thanks everyone for your help! Now we will just have to find a place to keep it that doesn't cost a fortune, and hope that registration fees aren't absolutely crazy!
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Registration fees in Colorado are prorated for vehicle age and generally take a big drop after five years.

AA RV storage at ~4700 Indiana St. In Golden has long pull-thru spaces for about $55/month if you pay quarterly. Includes your own individual gate code, security fence and cameras, security patrol, office on premises, RV dump, water, air, and high-pressure wash wand. We stored our fifth wheel there during its first three years. Location is very convenient to CO 58 freeway and I-70.
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