The Eastern Plains of Colorado refers to a region of the U.S. state of Colorado east of the Rocky Mountains and east of the population centers of the Front Range.
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Mighway, by TH2, allows you to rent your vehicle to discerning travellers when you’re not on the road, earning money and sharing the experience. At Mighway, you choose your level of service and we take good care of the rest. That means comprehensive insurance coverage, customer vetting, security deposits, payment processing and round the clock customer support for renters. It’s a bit like renting out a vacation home, with Mighway beside you all the way.LEARN MORE
Nestled in the heart of Colorado's Central Plains, Old Town Museum embodies "Life In The Past Lane"! The 6 1/2acre historic site includes 21 fully restored buildings with authentic artifacts from the turn-of-the-century. Easily accessible from I-70 near the Colorado/Kansas border, Old Town Museum celebrates local agriculture, history and heritage.Special Interactive Exhibits offer children a unique opportunity to learn first-hand about pioneer life on the Colorado prairie. During the summer months you can watch the cancan dancers in the Saloon, enjoy an old-fashioned ice cream treat in the Soda Fountain and on weekends, ride the horse-drawn Old Town Express to the Carousel. The Old Town Emporium is a shopper's delight with nearly 2000 square feet of hand-crafted collectibles, gifts, keepsakes and souvenirs. Old Town is open year-round 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday through Saturday, and noon to 5 p.m. on Sundays. Entrance fees are $5 for Seniors (60+), $6 for Adults, $4 for Children (12-17), and $2 for Children (3-11). Children under 3 are addmitted free. Various year-round and seasonal activities bring Old Town to life and provide entertainment for all ages!
Founded in 1842 on the Arkansas River—which divided the United States from Mexico—El Pueblo was an important cultural crossroads of the Southwest. Here lived Anglo, French, and African-American trappers and traders; Mexican settlers and their families; and Plains, Iroquois, Delaware, and Cherokee Indians. The occupants traded, farmed, and ranched in and around this combination trading post and settlement. Made of adobe, the post and its living quarters were built around a secure interior plaza.Secure, that is, for a while. For many years relations with the American Indians were cordial. However, after enduring many hardships under American occupation, tensions mounted with the tribes. On Christmas 1854, a party of Utes and Jicarilla Apaches suddenly attacked the post, killing or capturing those present at El Pueblo. Now El Pueblo, which had been active only intermittently since 1848, was abandoned forever. In time the skeleton of the old fort disappeared under the changing landscape of a growing city. Then, in 1989, archaeologists began a search to uncover El Pueblo's buried past and to expand our knowledge of cultural currents along the Arkansas River a century and a half ago.
For a unique and unforgettable family experience, tour Picket Wire Canyon. Located on the Comanche National Grassland south of La Junta, Colorado, these primitive canyons are home to the largest dinosaur tracksite in North America. The dinosaur tracksite is located in Picket Wire Canyon on the banks of the Purgatoire River in southeast Colorado. The tracksite is the largest documented assemblage of trackways in North America. Over 1500 prints in 100 separate trackways extend across a quarter mile expanse of bedrock. Picket Wire Canyon Auto Tours: Guided auto tours are the easiest way to experience Picket Wire Canyonlands and learn about its rich, colorful past. During the tour, knowledgeable guides will show you difficult to find dinosaur tracks, and the interesting prehistoric, historic, and natural features of the canyons. The auto tour is the only motorized access into Picket Wire Canyon. Reservations are required via www.recreation.gov or call 1 (877) 444 6777. All day tours (8 a.m. to 4 p.m.) are offered on Saturdays in May, June, September, and October. Sign up early because the tours fill up fast! Due to rough roads, visitors will need their own four-wheel drive vehicle. Hiking, biking or horseback riding: Other ways to visit include hiking, mountain biking, or horseback riding. Because of the rugged terrain and long distances to various sites, these visitors need to plan carefully for hot weather conditions by carrying ample water and leaving very early. The round trip hike to the Dinosaur Tracks is 11.3 miles, starting at the Withers Canyon Trailhead. From here, you will descend 250 feet into the canyon. The Picket Wire Trail passes several points of interest in route to the tracksite.
The Historic Arkansas Riverwalk of Pueblo (HARP) is a 32 acre urban waterfront experience open to the public daily. The Riverwalk returned the river to its historic location in the heart of downtown Pueblo, after being diverted in the 1920s due to a devastating flood that destroyed much of Pueblo. The Riverwalk’s current location serves the community by revitalizing a segment of the downtown area that was previously unsightly and unusable. This urban development transforms the community and has been vital in attracting new businesses, thereby helping to stabilize the economic base of the city.
Welcome to the gateway to Denver and the Rocky Mountains. This KOA on the eastern plains has long, level pull thrus for big rigs or the family trailer, plus Deluxe Cabins, Camping Cabins and Tent Sites with electric. Soak in the adults-only hot tub or relax in the heated pool (both seasonal). Enjoy the pavilion, game room, basketball, horseshoes and bike rentals. Cable TV and Wi-Fi are free. This KOA gives you easy access off I-70 to Denver International Airport and regional activities. Visit Elitch Gardens theme and water park, Water World and more. Tour the Denver Museum of Nature & Science, Wings Over the Rockies Air & Space Museum, Colorado History Museum and Coors Brewery. KOA is open year-round, but office hours are reduced in the winter. Treat yourself to pizza, a weekend pancake breakfast, ice cream in the parlor or java in the Koffee Shop. Let your dog run in the pet park. All staff is fully trained in CPR and AED. Pool: Memorial Weekend – Labor Day Weeknd. Max pull thru: 72 feet. Your hosts: Scott, Marina, Isabella & Angelina Jacobson.Visit Denver East / Strasburg KOA
Let the romance of Colorado's High Plains capture you. Take a rest from your travels at this beautiful, clean and quiet park. Ninety minutes from Denver and Colorado Springs along I-70, the campground is at the crossroads of several highways. Visit Limon Railroad Park or relax in this gracious community. Let the staff help you with your plans to tour Colorado. Enjoy the playground, bike rentals and swimming pool (seasonal). An activity room can be rented as a meeting room for groups and summer pancake breakfasts. Pets are welcome. Everything is easy here, with long, wide, flat pull thrus and Cabins with heat/air-conditioning. The store has RV supplies, groceries and gifts. Limon KOA now serves Hunt Brothers Pizza and Wings. Cable and Wi-Fi are free! Pool: Memorial Weekend - Labor Day Weekend. Max pull thru: 75 feet.Visit Limon KOA
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