The company behind a new RV rental site in Colorado is bringing back to campground.
The RV rental service RVN-RVN has announced plans to return to campgrounds in Denver and Las Vegas after more than a decade of operation in the region.
The company has been working on its return to camping for more than 10 years, according to the company’s website.
It’s one of the few companies offering RV rental in Colorado.
A lot of people come to camp for a few days, but they never really know what they’re going to find when they come back,” said Tim Givens, RVN’s founder.
He said the company was able to return because it took on more of the responsibilities of providing campsites.
The company had been renting camping trailers for years, and it took time to get things going.
The companies plans to bring back campground rentals in the fall.
The new site will have 10 RV rental campsites and two RV campsites with additional trailers.
There will be a large kitchen area for guests to enjoy food and beverages, Givans said.
RVN plans to add a full-service restaurant and bar for the first time in the city.
The service is being developed by the nonprofit Colorado Campgrounds Association.
The organization is sponsoring the RVN project.
Campgrounds are an important part of the state’s tourism economy.
According to the association, in the first 10 years of this century, Colorado’s campgrounds contributed $21 billion to the state economy.