There’s nothing like taking a well-deserved road trip, and Autumn makes heading out into the wilderness better than ever. The Rocky Mountain National Park in Colorado is the perfect place to relax and take in everything that nature has to offer, so here are some things to keep in mind when taking your RV rentals in Fort Lauderdale out for the long haul.
1. Off the Grid
Camping at the National Park has remained as it has been for decades, which means no water, electrical or plumbing hookups for your camper. This can be an inconvenience, but if you plan ahead, it can be a minor one and unplugging may even feel like a relief!
There are locations near to the park that have all of those conveniences, if you’re willing to sleep away from those purple mountains’ majesty. Since you’ll be close to the sights you can still take your RV into the wilderness, or bring along a small motorbike for an easier time!
2. Ruling the Road
Driving through the Rocky Mountains will quickly remind you where they got their name. Winding roads and wild winds can make those RV rentals in Fort Lauderdale feel like they’re about to tip topside!
Don’t worry, though, because all roads within the park are safe for RV driving (except for the Old Fall River Road) as long as you follow directions. Also, use pull-outs to make way for faster drivers, too!
3. Taking it in
Of course no RV trip would be complete without basking in the beauty of the Rockys. Some spots not to miss include:
- Drive through Trail Ridge Road
- Hike along the Alberta Falls
- View the vistas at Emerald Lake
- Experience history at the Holzwarth Historic Site
- Visit the Continental Divide
- Stop by the Alpine Visitors Center
Enjoying the Rocky Mountains camper-style will make the whole experience that much more convenient and enjoyable. Learn more about RV rentals in Fort Lauderdale by filling out Camp USA’s online form or call directly at (954) 520-0075 for help preparing for your Alpine Adventure today!