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3 Tips for Having a Colorado Staycation

3 Tips for Having a Colorado Staycation

Colorado is a state of adventure. Every year, every season, crowds gather to see stunning landscapes, experience thrilling activities, and cross something off their bucket list. Unfortunately, the spread of COVID-19 has forced a lot of people to cancel their travel plans. While it's important to heed these and other precautions, this time doesn't have to be boring or miserable. When you live in Colorado, you can make an amazing staycation out of any time spent at home. To help lift your spirits and stay active during current events, here are three tips for having a Colorado staycation.

Best Pickup Trucks to Tow an RV

Best Pickup Trucks to Tow an RV

When you travel across the Colorado mountains, you need a powerful vehicle to take your things. Naturally, a pickup truck is the perfect fit. Rather than drive a large, bulky RV to your campground, look for the best pickup truck to tow an RV. The trucks on this list are strong and durable for any on- or off-road conditions, so keep these in mind before your next camping trip.

4 Reasons to make your next vacation an RV trip

4 Reasons to make your next vacation an RV trip

Summer isn't too far away, which means prime vacation season is just around the corner. The world is full of fantastic vacation ideas, making it difficult to decide how you should spend your time off this year. However, if you're looking forward to an adventurous road trip or spending time in the great outdoors, RVing might be the perfect plan for you. Here are four reasons to make your next vacation an RV trip.

Bill to make state Outdoor Recreation Industry Office a permanent fixture passes committee

PROMO Outdoors - Hiking Mountains Trail Trees Recreation - Pixabay - Teresa Johnson

Legislation that would permanently establish the state Outdoor Recreation Industry Office (OREC) as a staple of the governor's permanent Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT) passed a key committee hurdle.

House Bill (HB) 1191 was referred by the House Energy and Environment Committee to the Appropriations Committee on Thursday.