Date of Stay: July, 2007
This is by far the worst RV facility we have ever been to. The fee is 44 per night for full hookups. We have a 25' trailer and could barely maneuver to back in. Nearly damaged our car due to rocks. There is no shade (temp 95+). Sites are all river rocks. It was like camping on a skillet. There was about 5 feet between rigs. Absolutely no privacy. The sites were not even close to level, 6-8" side to side. This guy is only interested in river rafting trips and making lots of tourist money. We chose this place because it is also AAA approved. After we told the owners that they should be ashamed of themselves for ripping people off for such a gross site, we left and did not even stay the night. (they got 48.00 for free). The Glennwood Canyon Resort is a complete rip off, and I would not recommend it to anyone. I am from Colorado and I am embarrassed to see such a terrible place to camp, when we have such a beautiful state.
Date of Stay: May, 2006
This park is under new ownership. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They appreciate your business. It is the best RV Park in the 4 corners area. Sites are clean rock, level and about half are shaded. All facilities are well maintained. We will stay there again without question if we travel that area again.
Date of Stay: July, 2005
This has to be one of the very worst campgrounds in Colorado. The Office and Pool area are the only things that are nice. The park is out in the sun and Sage Brush with no trees. Sites are eroded and unkept. The sites are a powdery dirt and you better have lots of leveling material as they are not even close. Your neighbors are about 15 feet on either side of you with no privacy at all. When the wind blows the dust and dirt do also. It is very depressing to stay here. The management has done nothing to enhance the park. They are only interested in selling you a time share: Ha Ha. I cannot imagine why someone would pick this park again after spending only one night there. I have never had such a bad RVing experience.