Date of Stay: March, 2017
Super friendly staff. Pet friendly park. Its an older park, but maintained. We stayed here to see Santa Fe, not sit in the RV park, and its right in town. Look for a black sign that says "The Lofts" to find it. Its off the main road enough that noise wasn't an issue. All the sites slope sideways for drainage on the property, we used 3" to level. Sites were spaced nicely, not too crowded. Checked out the bathrooms/shower, older but clean. Our nightly rate was with taxes and a group discount, the same as the good sam discount. We would stay here again if were in Santa Fe.
Date of Stay: June, 2016
We stayed here for 8 days, $31.17 discounted daily rate for staying 7 days or longer. The sites are dirt with a little gravel and have a grass area next to each site with a picnic table, that gets watered nightly. The sites are close but not uncomfortably close. Asphalt paved roads in the park. Checked out the bathrooms/showers, clean but older. It is near the highway, but the noise was minimal & didn't bother us. We were happy to use this as a base to leave the 5th wheel to explore the area. The only complaint is the internet was horrible. They didn't have a good solution for the bad internet either. If you require internet, make other arrangements, ie, air card, hot spot etc.
Date of Stay: June, 2016
We stayed here on an overnight stop heading north to Yellowstone and again on our return trip home. We paid $46 for full hook ups, $42 for electric only. Not really designed as a "destination" campground, but it was just what we needed. It's rows to park your RV, but they're not too tightly packed together. The roads in the park are gravel, but well kept. The northern section of the park has concrete runways to park on, the southern section has gravel sites to park on, both sites we used were nice & level. There is a nice grass area for the dogs, and a fenced area you can let them run unleashed in. Good phone service & good wi-fi service in the entire park. The price is a little high for a "basic" campground, but we were happy to stay here.
Date of Stay: August, 2015
The owner/manager of this campground is scatterbrained for lack of a better description. I called in a reservation and was surprised that they didn't need a credit card to hold a spot. When we got there the owner lost their calendar and didn't know about my reservation. They take cash only and give no receipt. The office is hard to find at the other end of the campground, instead of the building right at the entrance on the highway. The sites are super close together, if you have a large slide it will encroach into the next site. The sites are all dirt and weeds and there are cigarette butts everywhere. There is no dump station, even though I was told on the phone they had one. There are 4 overfull porta-potties. The well water is questionable. If you want a picnic table you have to go get it from wherever you can find one. Some sites have rocks for fires, some don't. Overpriced for an electric only site. This campground does have a nice location on the north fork of the Big Thompson river. If it had a better owner/management and lots of cleaning, it would be a nice little spot on the river. We would not stay here again with the current owner/management.
Date of Stay: August, 2015
There's a lot of fun outdoor activities for both kids and adults alike. If you're looking for a quiet getaway this is not the place for you. The indoor pool is heated and the outdoor pool is not heated (not noted on their website). The staff in the office is very nice and helpful. Most of the RV and tent sites are in the woods. Be sure to call in your reservation to make sure you get a site big enough and accessible for your rig. By Sunday the restrooms get pretty dirty, but the staff doesn't start their major cleaning till Monday. We would stay here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2015
Sites are close together, grassy with a commons area behind the campers as they are two rows back to back. There are other non hook up tent/small camper sites on and across the river. There are some long term campers as well as seasonal campers. The campground is pretty well maintained and clean, it appears they are doing some upgrades to the entire area. T.J. the camp host is very nice and helpful. The Blanco river runs on the edge of the property and has trout to fish for. Wi-Fi was good thru the entire park, no cell service on any carrier due to location, not a problem for us. We would stay here again if we are in Pagosa Springs.
Date of Stay: June, 2015
This is an older CPW state park. It gets extremely busy on the weekends and the camp hosts and rangers do not enforce the rules very well with dogs running loose, partiers and loud music. Sites are close together and small. The sites are not level side to side or front to back. We came here to enjoy the fishing at Boyd lake and explore the area a little. We will stay elsewhere when in this area.
Date of Stay: May, 2015
One of the better CPW state park campgrounds. Sites on the east side of the Lake Hasty campground are heavily treed, large and spaced far apart. The camper services building with the restrooms and showers is open thru usually the end of October. There are 4 places to fish here. One of our favorite places in the spring and fall. It gets very, very hot here during the summer months.