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This is a small private campground on the Conejos River in the southern most area of Colorado. The owners are excellent and are experts in placing you in tight spots. The river sites offer a beautiful setting for relaxing for a few days. The river is stocked on a regular basis and you can fish right off the back of your site. This is a popular, rustic campground, that is well run. The non river sites are tight but people do not seem to mind. There is a honey wagon that will come around upon request. The first time is free and each addition visit is $7. Jack and Cathy, the owners, have a loyal following of campers that often stay for the summer and some into fall. There is a relaxed family atmosphere here. We have been here twice in the past two years and will go again when we need our mountain fix. Reservations are difficult to obtain because of the return campers. So repeated calls may be necessary.

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This campground is older and appears to need some refreshing. Even the entrance sign needs to be replaced. Many sites are too close together even on the river. The river sites are the nicest sites but are basically dirt sites with some gravel and hookups. The campground personnel were friendly and helpful. Wi-Fi was fine. The laundry room was spotless with new machines and open 24 hours. There was a problem with loose dogs roaming the campground from the house trailers adjacent to the campground.

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This is a lovely park with beautiful views of the rocky mountains. Pets are welcome with the usual restrictions. There is an area over a split rail fence that many people used to exercise their dogs. Requires a climb over the fence. The sites are adequate, some need new gravel. Our site was more dirt than gravel. You will probable need 20 to 30 feet sewer hose. Sewer hookups are at the back of the site. Wi-Fi is available but spotty. This camping resort is well run, the personnel are very helpful and the setting is gorgeous. Creede is a unique mining town that offers good food and a excellent theater. We used this park to explore the southern rockies (our favorite part of Colorado). Great fly fishing with many self proclaimed experts willing to give advice as to spots and fly's. This was the nicest RV part during our month in Colorado.