Date of Stay: November, 2007
We stayed at this park in the fall. The trees were in full color. The campground was nice and our site was nice. Some sites look like they would be hard to get into. This campground is very dark at night, making it very hard to see the turn around, which you must use to get into your site. On either side of the campground is a pretty steep drop off, so you have to be very careful. This park was very close to Silver Dollar City. I did not use the laundry and the pool was closed for the season. The trash was picked up at our site daily and in the office is a small store. Our only problem is with the policy on barking dogs. Mostly everyone who stays here leaves for most of the day or night to enjoy Branson, and when our neighbors did this their dog barked the entire time they were gone. We spoke to the women at the front desk and we were told they could do nothing about it. There policy is that animals only need to be in the rv and not left out. We still enjoyed our stay, mainly because our neighbors left before us. You can encounter a barking dog anywhere these days, so we would probably stay here again. If you can get there in the fall at just the right time for the leaves changing color, it really is beautiful.
Date of Stay: October, 2007
This park is very nice and only getting better. The owner is working on updating the park. The pool was closed for the season but looks great. The sites are pretty level and fairly wide. The play ground equipment is very old and needs to be replaced. The bathrooms and showers were clean, but the water pressure was low and the water was very cold. The water temperature probably is not a problem during warmer months. There are no fire rings, but fires are allowed so we brought our own. We really enjoyed our stay here and would stay here again.
Date of Stay: August, 2007
Best campground in Estes Park. Nice size spots, playground, pool and campstore. WiFi is slow. No campfires allowed, but they provide a large fire everynight. Very close to entrance into Rocky Mountain National Park and close to town. Campground is next to the Big Thompson River for fishing. Lots to do in the area. Will be staying here again.