Denver West / Central City KOA

Central City, Colorado

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Located a mile above legendary Central City, this KOA provides sweeping views of the town and surrounding Rocky Mountains. Pitch a tent among trees, pull your RV into a big-rig friendly, 50-amp site or stay in a Deluxe Cabin. Soak in one of the hot tubs, watch TV or play games at the clubhouse and shop at the grocery/gift shop. The campground also offers free Wi-Fi. Hunt Brothers Pizza is served seasonally. In the area, you can pan for gold or take a thrilling whitewater rafting trip. Visit Central City and Black Hawk casinos. Denver's attractions are just 35 miles away. Limited campground services October 9 to April 27. Max pull thru: 80 feet. Your hosts: the Spencer family.

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