Vintage Campers Can Now Get A Discount At This RV Park


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Vintage Campers Can Now Get A Discount At This RV Park

While many RV resorts enforce a 10-year-rule that does not allow older RVs, one RV park in Colorado is taking a different approach. La Veta Pines RV Park recently announced they are offering a special discount for vintage campers over 50 years old. 

An exclusive discount for vintage campers

According to their Facebook page, those with vintage campers will receive a discount off the cost of a two-night stay based on the age of their RV.  The owner, Greg Garret, explains,

“For RVs older than 1970 you pay your year. A 1958 Shasta pays $58 for two nights, a 1961 Airstream pays $61, and so on. The older your rig the less you pay.” 

The regular price for two nights is $70, so this could be a huge savings if you have a vintage camper. Greg and his wife Lisa purchased the park in 2019 and are huge fans of all things vintage.

“We love having vintage rigs in the park and we want to see more,” Greg added. “When one shows up, everyone wants to see it and hear the story behind it. When two show up on the same day it really creates a buzz.”

La Veta Pines RV Park 

La Veta Pines is a small 27-site RV park located along Colorado Highway 12, also known as the Highway of Legends Scenic Byway. The park is located between the Spanish Peaks and the Sangre de Cristo Mountains with great hiking, biking, and fishing nearby. They’re within walking distance of the small-town shops, restaurants, and galleries, and just an hour from Great Sand Dunes National Park. 

Both pull-through and back-in sites are available with full hookups (30 amp), partial shade, and free WiFi. With their vintage charm, great location, and modern amenities, it’s no surprise La Veta Pines has earned an excellent 8.3 rating on Campground Reviews.

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Nikki Cleveland

Nikki is a writer and editor for Do It Yourself RV, RV LIFE, and Camper Report. She is based on the Oregon Coast and has traveled all over the Pacific Northwest.

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