From the bloggers at Monty’s Musings.
There’s a place just three hours north of Denver that beckons RV travelers to escape late summer’s oppressive heat. The deep-forest and lakeside campgrounds of Wyoming’s Medicine Bow National Forest are ringed by snowcapped peaks, steeped in Native American lore and perfectly positioned for maximum outdoor recreation.
Sound like the kind of place you’d like to spend late summer experiencing? Don’t hesitate to make plans, as most campgrounds in this national forest are only open through mid-September. But there’s still time to park the RV beneath the trees and absorb the cool, green wonders of Medicine Bow.
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