Did you know that Colorado has no natural borders? Its boundaries are solely defined by lines of latitude and longitude. But although its edges are straight and unchanging, its interior is something different altogether. Colorado is the only U.S. state that lies entirely above 3,000 feet! From this already impressive height it rises up over 14,000 feet to the tip of Mount Elbert, the highest peak in the Rocky Mountains. Full of life and energy, and embracing all four seasons of the year, the Centennial State provides the ultimate playground for adventurous glampers. Rugged mountain ranges, rolling foothills, vast plains, high plateaus, rushing rivers, and dense forests. All perfect backdrops for a luxury camping getaway.