Exploring the Ultimate RV Show’s West-Central Region 746

Zion National Park RV Destination

The American West is an RVer’s paradise. Waterfalls. Canyons. Mountains. What doesn’t this region of the country have to offer an eager explorer? That’s why Camping World is thrilled to have its own ‘heading out West’ adventure as part of our Ultimate RV Show National Tour.

We’ll be exploring the very places our customers mark as “musts” while offering all the great deals, exclusive show pricing, real-time walk-throughs, and interviews with RV influencers that truly make a show out of an RV show. Go ahead and register online so you can explore all-things RV show as well without having to leave your home-base.

We’ve officially passed the half-way point of our Ultimate RV Show National Tour with Week Six (Feb. 4-6). To celebrate, we’re exploring all there is to do in the West-Central region comprised of:

  • Colorado
  • Idaho
  • Utah

If you’re in the area or have the itch to travel, check out some of the best attractions in each of the states and, while you’re there, pop in on one of our Ultimate RV Show stops, we always like to see friendly faces on the road! Here are some of our favorite locations to visit in the South-Central region of the country.

Colorado
Find the Ultimate RV Show National Tour Stop near you in Colorado:

  • Camping World of Colorado Springs – 6830 Bandley Drive, Fountain, CO
  • Camping World of Denver – 16000 W. Colfax Avenue, Golden, CO
  • Camping World of Longmont – 14504 E. I25 Frontage Road, Longmont, CO
  • Gander RV & Outdoors of Denver – 9870 W. 48th Avenue, Wheat Ridge, CO

Pikes Peak
With an average elevation of more than 6,000 feet, Colorado is the destination go-to destination for mountain-related attractions and adventures. None is more alluring than Pikes Peak. Known as a 14er (14,000 feet tall), on top of summiting it (a task easily achieved by people of all ages and abilities) you can also hike, enjoy a drive along the famous Pikes Peak Highway, and explore the 1.1 million acres that make up the Pikes Peak Forest. Pikes Peak only allows backcountry camping, so if you arrived via RV consider staying at nearby campgrounds like Goldfield RV Park or Colorado Springs KOA, which are both nearby and offer full hookups, Wi-Fi, and other peak amenities.

Pikes Peak Colorado RV Destination
Pikes Peak, Colorado (Image from Getty)


Idaho
Find the Ultimate RV Show National Tour Stop near you in Idaho:

  • Camping World of Boise – 1580 W. Overland Road, Meridian, ID
  • Camping World of Idaho Falls – 1355 Tara Street, Idaho Falls, ID
  • Gander RV & Outdoors of Caldwell – 5500 Cleveland Boulevard, Caldwell, ID
  • Gander RV & Outdoors of Pocatello – 3385 Hawthorne Road, Pocatello, ID
  • Nelson’s RVs – 5309 W. Chinden Boulevard, Garden City, ID

Craters of the Moon National Monument
Idaho consistently ranks as a top RV destination for its breathtaking vistas and attractions. One such attraction is Crater of the Moon National Monument.  The unique terrain of the monument formed from a series of three lava fields and their volcanic activity millions of years ago. Today, you can visit and explore this extra-terrestrial terrain via hikes and walks as well as cave exploration under the earth. If you plan to stay on-site you will be limited to dry camping. If this is not your cup of tea, there are plenty of nearby campgrounds with full hookups available.

Craters of the Moon RV Destination
Craters of the Moon, Idaho (Image from Getty)

 

Utah
Find the Ultimate RV Show National Tour Stop near you in Utah:  

  • Camping World of Kaysville – 780 N. Kays Drive, Kaysville, UT
  • Camping World of St. George – 1500 Hilton Drive, St. George, UT
  • Camping World of Salt Lake City – 13153 S. Minuteman Drive, Draper, UT

Zion National Park
Your first stop in Utah should be to Utah’s first national park – Zion National Park. While the park was formed in 1919, the canyons that make it up were formed by erosion from the Virgin River during the course of hundreds of thousands of years. Explore the canyons on one of the more than 50 miles of hiking trails available at the park or take your exploration vertical with rock climbing. You can also opt to kayak in the very river that formed the canyons. Stay overnight in the park at one of two RV-friendly campgrounds. Just keep in mind that as a national park campground, the amenities are limited with no full hookups available.

Zion National Park RV Destination
Zion National Park, Utah (Image from Getty)

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