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Dan Leeth takes a sip by the campfire at Cheyenne Mountain State Park, near Colorado Springs, Colorado. (((one-time use for Dan Leeth's Around Colorado column on June 21, 2015.)
Dan Leeth takes a sip by the campfire at Cheyenne Mountain State Park, near Colorado Springs, Colorado. (((one-time use for Dan Leeth's Around Colorado column on June 21, 2015.)

Denver Post: Comfortable camping options in Colorado’s state parks

From The Denver Post:

Over the years, we’ve slept in tarp tents, tube tents, pup tents, dome tents, canvas tents, backpack tents, cabin tents and no tents. We’ve shivered in the cold, gotten soaked in the rain and eaten food dusted by the wind.

For us, roughing it was what camping was all about. With noses held high, we swore we’d never stoop to the comfort of camping in a recreational vehicle. But like Anakin Skywalker, we finally succumbed to the Dark Side. We bought an RV.

Now, ours is not one of those 40-foot motor mansions with marble countertops and 40-inch flat-screen TVs. No, we bought a small A-frame pop-up trailer with less interior space than a decent walk-in closet. But it keeps us warm, dry and out of the wind.

To read the full story in the Denver Post and see recommended sites to RV in the state, click here.

 

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