No RV or tent? Many Colorado campgrounds offer other ways to camp by providing rental cabins, tiny houses, glamping yurts, tepees, covered wagons or safari tents. Well, these three Colorado RV parks have refurbished vintage RVs to bring the early days of camping into the 21st century!

MONTROSE:  Cedar Creek RV Park offers two quaintly arranged vintage RVs for rent:

Vintage RV travel trailer for rent at Cedar Creek RV Park in Montrose CO

Vintage RV travel trailer for rent at Cedar Creek RV Park in Montrose CO


Vintage RV travel trailer for rent at Cedar Creek RV Park in Montrose CO

Vintage RV travel trailer for rent at Cedar Creek RV Park in Montrose CO

DOLORES: Dolores River Campground have great fun with their two rentals:

Dolores River Campground has two vintage RVs for rent. (Dolores CO)

Vintage RV travel trailer for rent at Dolores River Campground (Dolores CO)


Dolores River Campground has two vintage RVs for rent. (Dolores CO)

Vintage RV travel trailer for rent at Dolores River Campground (Dolores CO)

LA VETA: Circle the Wagons RV Park offers these cuties:

Rental vintage travel trailers for other lodging option at Circle The Wagon RV Park (La Veta CO)

Rental vintage travel trailers for other lodging option at Circle The Wagon RV Park (La Veta CO)


DOLORES: 
The Views RV Park & Campground offers at least two vintage RV travel trailers:

Vintage RV travel trailers at The Views RV Park & Campground (Dolores CO)

Vintage RV travel trailer for rent at The Views RV Park & Campground (Dolores CO)


Vintage RV travel trailers at The Views RV Park & Campground (Dolores CO)

Vintage RV travel trailer for rent at The Views RV Park & Campground (Dolores CO)

Some consider vintage RVs to be a form of glamping. All we know is they’re COOL, and we hope you will add vintage RVs to your list of cool camping considerations!

To find out about pricing and availability, please click the links connected to the campground names and contact each park. In the listing, you might find a link to their reservation page, or you can use the email tab or phone number to contact them.


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