Awesome scenery around every bend awaits you on this 17 night pre-planned motorhome holiday through Colorado, South Dakota and Wyoming. This is where the buffalo roam amongst Native Indian culture in the Mount Rushmore State of South Dakota. Wildlife, canyons, and geysers galore amaze in the wild west of Wyoming whilst the crystal clear glacier lakes and soaring mountain ranges in the Mile High state of Colorado are unlike anything else in the USA.
On this relaxed pre-planned motorhome holiday you'll travel with the knowledge that some of the most sought-after pitches and sites in the USA have been pre-booked for you. The relatively short driving distances also ensure that you'll spend the maximum amount of time enjoying your surroundings.
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Distance: 190 miles
Enjoy a hearty breakfast at leisure before making your way to the motorhome depot this morning. After your orientation session, it's time to hit the open road and head for Wyoming.
You'll travel in the shadows of the Rocky Mountains as you make your way through spectacular scenery to your first campsite in the tiny town of Guernsey, situated near the Fort Laramie National Historic Site. Be sure to stop at Cheyenne on the Colorado/Wyoming border. This is the nation's rodeo capital, so the perfect place to hit the western wear shops and kit yourself out for your holiday.
Distance: 150 miles
Make a stop in sleepy Deadwood on your way and stretch your legs with a walking tour of this wild west town. Be sure to visit Moriah Cemetery, the final resting place of Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane. Pop into in the Midnight Star Saloon, owned by Kevin Costner and view the memorabilia from the movie, Dances With Wolves, filmed in the region.
Continue your journey through the deep narrow gorge of Spearfish Canyon and pass the picturesque town of Sundance (where the Sundance Kid was once imprisoned) before you view eerie Devil's Tower looming in the distance. Rising above the grasslands like a rocky sentinel, tribes have worshipped near this remarkable geologic formation for thousands of years.
Distance: 298 miles
Pass tiny, one-horse towns and the impressive Bighorn Mountain Range before arriving in Cody at the edge of Yellowstone National Park.
Buffalo Bill helped build Cody in the late 1800's. Today you can stroll around the Buffalo Bill Museum then pop into his hotel, the Irma and enjoy a cool beer in the bar. Don't miss the nightly Cody Rodeo which takes place every evening June through August.
Distance: 131 miles
Your next three days are spent in the world's first national park, America's largest and a world UNESCO site mighty Yellowstone. We've split your time in the park to cover both the West and East regions and ensure you have the best possible experience.
Distance: 60 miles
During your time in Yellowstone, immerse yourself in Mother Nature's best work. Marvel at a volcano’s hidden power rising up in colourful hot springs, bubbling mud pots and exploding geysers. Explore mountains, forests and lakes all rich with wildlife. This drama of nature will unfold before your very eyes.
Distance: 90 miles
It's a short scenic drive south today from Yellowstone to Jackson Hole and Grand Teton National Park.
You'll see the silver peaks of this mountain range cut into the blue sky as you approach this incredible national park. Full of valleys, lakes, rivers, forest and wildlife, this park also has a rich cultural history with old homesteads and cattle ranches. Be sure to take a cruise on Jenny Lake and also hike up a short trail that leads past Hidden Falls to Inspiration Point, where you'll enjoy unsurpassed views of the Grand Tetons.
In nearby Jackson, enjoy the Rodeo, stroll through the historic square, visit the eclectic boutiques or pop into the famous Million Dollar Cowboy Bar.
Distance: 143 miles
Travel in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains and the Wind River Indian Reservation, home to the Shoshone and the Northern Arapaho tribes, before arriving at your campsite in Lander.
Take a break on the way in the cowboy town of Dubois. Visit the grave site of Sacagawea and learn about this famous Lemhi Shoshone woman. At the age of sixteen, she aided the Lewis and Clark expedition and travelled 4,500 miles by foot, canoe and horse-all while carrying a baby on her back!
Distance: 287 miles
It's a full day of driving today along one of the most scenic highways, so hit the road early and enjoy the freedom to stop as you wish.
Summer in Steamboat is filled with events. From festivals and free concerts to sunset happy hours and lively rodeos. For incredible views of the valley, hop on the mountain gondola and enjoy a cold beverage 9,000 ft above sea level at the Oasis Sundeck. Unwind with a soothing soak in one of eight mineral hot springs located in downtown Steamboat Springs
Distance: 139 miles
Just when you think the scenery can't get any better it does. Welcome to Rocky Mountain National Park. Bursting with glacial lakes, soaring mountains and endless wildlife, this alpine world is yours to explore for three nights. Be sure to drive the Trail Ridge Road which crests over 12,000 feet and makes you feel on top of the world.
Your campsite is set beside a crystal clear lake overlooking lush meadows. If you don't fancy a refreshing dip in the lake, there is a heated pool on site (open seasonally).
Distance: 70 miles
Breathe in that mountain air one last time. It's a short drive today back to the depot and then a transfer is provided to the airport for your return flight. However your adventure doesn't have to end here. You may decide to extend your stay and include some time on a ranch or maybe a city stop-over in New York before your flight home.
Call the USA travel specialists at Bon Voyage to discuss your ideal Pre-Planned Motorhome Holiday to Colorado, South Dakota and Wyoming.