Saturday, April 25, 2009

Highest RV Campground in North America

Examiner.com - USA
At 10,196 feet above sea level, SugarLoafin RV/Campground & Cabins in Leadville, Colorado holds this unique title. Watch your step, it's a long way down to sea level!

For RVers the drive-thru sites are over 100 feet in length. Many of the back-in spaces are large with grass and have trees or an open meadow to the rear. These spacious sites will accommodate up to triple slide outs. Back in sites are a minimum of 30 x 50 feet in size and 30 amp electric receptacle boxes are provided at all sites and nine sites have 50 amp.service. Many pop-up and van campers prefer the meadow area with a forest of lodgepole pine trees to the rear. Others enjoy the wide grassy meadow that offers a full view of an alpine sunset. SugarLoafin also has 40 x 50 foot sites with pine trees forming the borders. Cement runners or cement pads are provided at many sites-and a picnic table and a campfire ring are located on every site.
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