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Love’s Opens Travel Stops In Colorado, Texas 

Published on August 28th, 2023 by Camper Report

A Love's fuel pump island with vehicles fueling up.

Love’s Added New RV Stop Locations In Colorado & Texas

Love’s Travel Stops, a popular fuel stop for RVers, is now serving customers in Cañon City, Colorado, and Cotulla, Texas, with new locations that opened today. The location in Cañon City, located off Four Mile Parkway and US Highway 50, adds 80 jobs and 54 truck parking spaces to Fremont County. The location in Cotulla, located off Interstate 35 at exit 65, adds 75 jobs and 97 truck parking spaces, and two RV spaces to La Salle County.

In addition to the new Travel Stop, Cañon City will be home to a Love’s RV Stop with 125 RV parking spaces, scheduled to open in September. The Travel Stops are open 24/7 and offer bean-to-cup gourmet coffee, brand-name snacks, and Love’s Mobile to Go Zone with today’s latest technologies.

“We’re excited not only to open two new Travel Stops, expanding our Highway Hospitality in Colorado, and Texas, but to soon serve RV customers with a new RV Stop,” said Shane Wharton, president of Love’s. “The Travel Stops offer the same clean spaces and friendly faces customers have come to expect from Love’s, and the RV Stop is the latest example of our commitment to provide first-rate service to RV travelers.” 

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Shane Wharton – President of Love’s

Cañon City RV Stop

The Cañon City, Colorado location will feature:

  • More than 13,000 square feet
  • Arby’s (opening Aug. 28)
  • 54 truck parking spaces
  • 70 car parking spaces
  • Five RV parking spaces on site, 125 hookups at the RV stop nearby
  • Six diesel bays
  • Five showers
  • Laundry facilities
  • CAT scale
Screen shot of RV LIFE Trip Wizard displaying Love's locations
RVers commonly use tools like RV LIFE Trip Wizard to display travel stop locations

When it opens in September, the Cañon City RV Stop will offer mobile booking at the Love’s RV Stops website and on the Love’s Connect App. It will feature a range of amenities, including:

  • RV office with a selection of snacks, sundry items, ice, firewood and games
  • Full utility hookups at each site, including 30/50-amp power, water and RV dump
  • Picnic tables at all back-in parking spots
  • Pavilion with picnic tables and a gas grill
  • Communal fire pit
  • Pickleball and basketball courts
  • Cornhole boards
  • Walking trail
  • Dog park
  • Four restroom facilities
  • Laundry facilities
  • Showers
  • Playground

In honor of the grand openings, Love’s will donate $2,000 each to the Cañon City Police Department and Cotulla High School. 

About Love’s Travel Stops  

Much more than a simple truck stop. Love’s Travel Stops is the nation’s leading travel stop network with 642 locations in 42 states. Founded in 1964 and headquartered in Oklahoma City, the company remains family-owned and operated and employs more than 40,000 people.

Love’s provides professional truck drivers and motorists with 24-hour access to clean and safe places to purchase gasoline, diesel fuel, fresh coffee, restaurant offerings, and more. Love’s and Speedco combined are the largest oil change, preventive maintenance, and total truck care nationwide network with over 1,500 maintenance bays and 1,200 emergency roadside vehicles available for customers.

They are committed to providing customers with “Clean Places, Friendly Faces” at every stop. To learn more, visit their website or follow the company on FacebookInstagramLinkedIn, or Twitter

1 thought on “Love’s Opens Travel Stops In Colorado, Texas ”

  1. Love’s Truck Stops are also dog friendly. Travelling from Fl to Tx, I was able to stop a several LTS to relieve my puppy and myself. Although interstate rest stops have areas for dogs, if you’re travelling alone, you cannot take the dog into the facilities.

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