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Pueblo KOA

Pueblo, Colorado

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Employees are very friendly and helpful. Utilities at site were good- good voltage for electric; water pressure seemed a bit high but due to cold weather I didn't hookup, just filled my tank. Site was gravel and not level side to side so I used boards to level. It was also short so I had to unhook and park on an angle in site. Roads are gravel and washed out in places. Since it was off season most of the amenities were shut down. Park was quiet except for the interstate traffic and the hourly trains about a 1/4 mile away. The access road was okay except for the pot hole I had to dodge at the entrance from the frontage road. Convenient location to Pueblo, shopping and restaurants.

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Park was a blessing after 3 weeks of travels. It was about 1/4 full as closing was approaching. It is close to the highway but we were in the rear portion near open fields so it was quiet. Sites and roads are gravel. It was windy 1 day but I didn't notice any dust. Roads are wide and easy to get around. Sites are long with plenty of room for our rig. Utilities are between sites so RV's are set front to back with a good grass space for each. Thet are only a few over the air tv stations but our roof top satellite was able to lock in well. Staff was very friendly and had our site ready when we arrived and we checked in quickly later in the day.

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First I want to praise the staff for getting us a spot. I called 3 days before our arrival on a Friday and they were able to fit us into a regular site. A few others who came later had to use the "dry camp area' or on the roadway near us. As far as the park, it is all gravel and some grass between sites. Our site was level so I didn't need to use any boards. Electric and water was good. Wifi worked well at times but not at all at other times. We were warned about this by staff and told they were working on improvements and I did see poles and repeaters ready to install. There was a lot of in and out traffic all the time so dust was a problem as our site faced the main road and there was an secondary road behind us. Campground is about half a mile from the highway and there aren't any railroad tracks so it was quiet at night. A plus!! location is about 5 miles from downtown and 10-15 from Arches.

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Stayed here 1 night while traveling thru the area. Campground is 3.5 miles from interstate but on a busy street that goes to a state park. So it is very busy and noisy. And there is an airport across the street which adds to the noise level. And as a one nighter we were in a site closest to the road. The roads are paved and the sites are gravel, fairly level, and long enough that I didn't have to unhook. The rear of this campground is dark due to the heavy foliage and has an unpleasant odor, maybe due to the dampness or the creek mentioned by others. The wifi and cable started out working well but by early evening they were both useless as they kept dropping out. Verizon cell was weak in this area also. The person who helped us check in was very pleasant to work with.

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Stayed for 2 nights to see the area, especially the Fossil Beds N.M. Campground is well maintained and never experienced the dust mentioned previously. We walked these roads every morning and I found them to be in good shape and wide enough for me. They are packed gravel and lava rock and almost seem to be like asphault pavement. The sites are also packed down very small gravel and lava. The sites are somewhat narrow but the grass areas in between are wider then other places. That does present an issue. There are many trees here and with the narrow gravel site and trees and grass to avoid it took a number of tries to get our trailer in a position so that we could extend the slides and miss the trees and utilities. But once set up we enjoyed our stay. Wifi was strong and constant. It was quiet most of the time with some vehicle noise in the evening and early a.m. Many sites didn't have any activity or a vehicle so I assume they may be seasonal sites. And there looks to be some permanent residents. Check in was easy and staff was friendly. Not much of a store with limited items. There is a grocery store, a couple of restaurants and 2 fuel stations in town. Couldn't get a satellite signal due to the trees but OTA antenna picked up a number of stations.

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Stayed here so we could visit Craters of the Moon N.M. Very well layed out with typical size sites. Original section has trees for shade but new section doesn't and the gravel in those sites needs packing down. Utilities were good. I was able to get a satellite signal and their wifi worked great the whole time. Not much else to see as the nuclear info site was closed for the season. This campground was very quiet most of the time as the 2 highways are at least a half mile away and the county road for access doesn't have much traffic. The owner was great with everything we needed and makes great waffles every morning. We extended by a day just because of these 2 things just to take a break.

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I picked this campground as a stop ahead of time based on info from a campground book. As we pulled in I had doubts as the park was empty. But the owner was there and friendly and helpful. Since we have a large 5th wheel with multiple slides our choices were limited to 5 sites at the front near the entrance. We picked one and got settled in. The owner gave us info on stores in town and fuel stops further in our trip. The campground is small but looks as if it is kept up and should work for others.

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This is the best place we have stayed in our trip so far. Staff has been great, check in quick and we had our choice of sites. Our site was long, more then enough for our rig. It was a bit narrow and not level but I had the blocks to make the rig level. Power was good and utilities in the right spot for our trailer. Wifi was adequate, we were able to get a number of OTA television stations and my satellite dish had an open sky. Road noise was noticeable as was the busy railroad tracks which were about a half mile away.

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The owner was great, very friendly and answered all our questions about area and our next leg. We spent 2 nights as a break from long travel days. Pretty quiet area once the city works shop next door shut down for the weekend. Campground is in town so there wasn't any highway noise. There is a rail line but I never heard a train so it must not be a main line. Entrance is a bit odd as it is a city Street shared by surrounding residents and their vehicles/RV's narrow the road. Their dogs bark at all hours which is a disturbance. This is a small campground and about half the sites back to a river and are shorter then needed for larger rigs. So while we were there that part had only 1 rig while all the larger sites were full, thereby making it somewhat crowded. Owner does a fine job keeping the place up and appeared to be alone doing it.

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.Stayed 1 night while traveling thru. Staff was friendly but person who checked us in didn't seem to know all procedures as he asked no questions and failed to provide wifi info. Park needs work as roads had water filled potholes and mud from recent rain. It is a small campground for today's rigs. Utilities worked fine. Noise from I25 and rail line which seems normal for many campgrounds. If we had been staying for awhile I would look for another place.

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This park has been here a long time and is still in good condition. Sites are all pull thru but originally designed for smaller units. My 34' 5th wheel did fit but I had to maneuver it around a bit to get it on the pavement which did level it. Roads are maintained but there was a lot of rain and there was a lot of standing water at the dump station. Roads a are a bit narrow but were fine this time of year as the park was not crowded. I would be concerned about getting around during the busy season as vehicle parking might be an issue. Electric was good and water is available all thru the loop we were in. Rangers came around regularly which was comforting. Park is on outskirts of town so it was quiet but close enough to make errands easy.

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Stayed here for 2 nights on our way home in Denver area. This is the first time we have stayed here versus other campgrounds in the Ft Collins area and were pleasantly surprised. Sites are on a hill and gravel but there is a concrete slab in each site that is level so park on it and you just have to adjust front to back. Had to park truck sideways on site due to short length, but there are longer sites if available. And they have better water pressure per pamphlet. Ours was weak. There are trees for shade and the altitude results in a comfortable temperature. Wifi is weak at times, better in early morning or late evening when there are fewer users. There is some road noise from US highway just outside the property. Nice rural area but close enough to all the amenities of Ft Collins. We will return.

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We spent 3 nights here while visiting the monument. Our site was a bit short for our rig but it was not a full hookup site so I attribute it to that. Roads and sites are gravel and the dust is bad when there is traffic and the speed limit is ignored. Even some staff drove too fast. Staff was very good and helpful in every way. There is a store and restaurant but prices were too much for us. Views off the Tower are great though!

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We enjoyed our stay here. Campground is on a hill but on our site we were able to level easily. Everything is well maintained and kept looking good. Utilities worked well, wifi a bit slow at times but that could have been from other campers as in early morning it worked well. Owners are great, met all our needs and even gave us free ice cream upon arrival. Campground is about 1/2 mile from the interestate and a railroad track but it was not noticeable and the campground was quite at night.

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First I have to praise the person on duty when we arrived without a reservation. She was able to find us a spot for 1 night. Now, 1 night is all I would stay even if we didn't have places to be. It is a big gravel parking lot with hookups. No table unless you are a long term resident. Dogs barking' radios playing, hammering and power saws did not help us rest for another day's travel. It would have definitely not been worth the full price if we didn't have Passport America. If we pass through again we will try somewhere else.