Colorado - Great Sand Dunes National Park
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The vast stretches of dunes and the views in this park make it a must-visit in your campervan rental. The child-like joys and sand sledding will also add to your experience at Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve!

The Great Sand Dunes Park is a stunning place for stargazing. You can't think of a better park to visit after dark, as you'll feel like you're on another planet. Just the thought about what it's like in this desert makes your imagination go wild! A moonless night in summer or early fall is the perfect time to take a photo of our galaxy, the Milky Way. Head down to Saguaro National Park for an adventure and rent out one of their RVs while you're there.

The forces of wind and water are what make the dormant sand move, bringing forth a natural phenomenon that sounds like the "sand [is] humming as air is pushed through tumbling sand grains during an avalanche." You can get to witness this by pushing down a dune face. With the spring season, you can enjoy surfing in Medano Creek.

If you want to cool off from the heat of sand dunes, there are forested trails with panoramic mountain views and great wildlife across this park. You will also find wetlands with refreshing oases here! The Great Sand Dunes National Park is an incredible bucket list item for anyone looking to explore somewhere out of this world.

Great Sand Dunes National Park Fun Facts

The highest elevation found in Great Sand Dunes is 13,604 feet at Tijeras Peak.

Great Sand Dunes National Park is home to woodhouse toads, tiger salamanders, painted turtles, skinks, and other reptiles. The park also houses smooth green snakes and bullsnakes

Great Sand Dunes National Park is home to more than 1000 species of insects and spiders. Seven are only found in the park, nowhere else on Earth.

The ancient sand dunes in the park formed about 440,000 years ago from deposits of soil and sediment carried by the Rio Grande.

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