User Map


Reviews

Date of Stay:

Older but nice enough. Good sized sites , friendly staff, small gym, quiet yet close to town. We would stay again if in the area.

Date of Stay:

Good sized sites, dirty granite sites, very friendly staff, older but good utilities, good Verizon, close to town, quiet, lots of yearly regulars, if you want a resort type place this is not it but if you want a place to explore from it's great. No gym or activities, easy to miss when driving down the highway.

Date of Stay:

Location location. Being so close to the popular town of Breckenridge I guess makes it ok to pay the price but in reality for the money we were disappointed in the amenities. The sites are nice but there is some road noise, the gym is old & outdated, the pool is indoors and nothing special but ok and did I say the sites are nice. We stayed in a premium back in for a week and then moved to a basic pull through for a week. The pull throughs are like any you would find in most average parks but the back in premium site was very nice with privacy.

Date of Stay:

A great place to get away from the cites, nice sized sites, good utilities, good Verizon, you can buy lots, rent from owners or rent from the park, we loved Creede but it's a small town with a small grocery store so if you stay for extended periods be prepared for a day trip for big shopping. Unless you own a site you can't use the gym which is probably my biggest ding on the park. The park is in 2 sections, a campground section and a class A section. We stayed in the Class A area but the campground is really very nice and cheaper. We talked about returning for a month next time. At a little over 9000ft it's great for summer.

Date of Stay:

This campground is next to the casino, all nice sized pull through sites, good utilities, very clean, staff s nice. If there was more in the area we would hang around longer. Not a bad drive to Durango however. We would certainly return if in the area again.

Date of Stay:

Gravel sites, a couple places to hook up septic in each site, we had sort of a buddy site which we don't care for, if it rains the drainage is terrible, train & plane noise all the time, friendly staff, easy on & off freeway if traveling through.

Date of Stay:

We have stayed here a few times but the price has certainly gotten out of hand for what it is. Grounds are kept nice, utilities are fine even though during one stay there was power issues during a couple hot summer days. We made reservations this time over a month ago and requested a site on the upper lot to stay away from train noise but when we checked in where were we put.. 50 yards away from the train track in the lowest section!! We were told a rally booked all the upper sites a year ago, my question is why we were not told that when we made the reservations. During one stay the park manager knocked on our door and almost accused us of letting our dog poop in the grass on the drivers side of our rig NEWS FLASH, WE DON"T HAVE A DOG!! It's a ok place to base from and tour the area but we will go out of our way to never stay here again. $50 to be parked by a train track and in the approach pattern to the airport, very poor gym, weak if any wifi, in MY opinion a care less give a crap office crew equals never coming back.

Date of Stay:

This is a true resort setting. Good utilities, sites are level, the grounds are very well kept, staff is very friendly, lots to do if you are an active person.

Date of Stay:

Rate reflects monthly. Easy on and off the freeway. But the park is right next to the freeway so you have the noise that goes along with it. Pretty easy to maneuver in the park even though there are some trees that have matured and are becoming something to watch for. Sites are all concrete with a small patio. Good utilities and well maintained landscaping.

Date of Stay:

We stayed here 3 years ago and found it to be a nice spot so decided to stay again, BUT it seems they have changed hands and the place has gone down hill. At the Passport America price of $27 we paid I feel is still too much and I certainly would be upset if we would have paid the full price without Passport America. However the roads are easy to navigate for any sized rig, some sites might not allow for satellite TV use because of tree's but the good thing is "they have tree's", fuel and small store next to the park, quiet at night, short distance outside of time, nice walking trail around the man made lake, water and septic hookups are right next to each other which probably isn't a real big deal but is always odd to me.

Date of Stay:

This was our 3rd time stopping here passing through and it certainly fits the bill for doing that. All drive through sites, utilities are good, restrooms have been clean, people have been friendly. Some of the gravel sites take a little to get level but nothing real bad.

Date of Stay:

Just outside of town so pretty quiet, good utilities, good Verizon signal. The park is clean and looks nice with casitas spread around. You can find better rates if you rent directly from lot owners.

Date of Stay:

First off be sure to ask if there are any discounts available. If you simply check in they are tight lipped about weekly or monthly discounts. We heard about them After we paid and checked in from other campers and confronted the office and they were more than accommodating but they should be upfront. We like a mix of boondocking, state parks, and resort type parks and this one certainly takes care of our resort park itch. In fact, it's one of the few over the last 3 years of our traveling that has us looking forward to a return visit. The list of things to do is far to long to list but if you want activities this is the place. Very active park. The only other downside for us is that RV's could very well be parked across from park models which takes away from the view and the RV lifestyle feel that we like so keep that in mind, you may want to park and take a drive around. People are friendly and the place is kept very clean. We liked it enough to make a 1 month reservation for November. We normally stay in one spot for a week and move on but this place caught our attention, but keep in mind it is a huge park.

Date of Stay:

We pulled in on a weekend and found it strange that the office is closed on weekends but it was easy enough to grab a self checking envelope and grab a spot. Un-knowingly we parked behind the office where the sites are very wide open but I guess it is primarily monthly sites, but got no grief from the office. The main part of the park has some palm tree's but is tighter so we didn't care about being by the tree's. When the wind is just right there is some smell from a near by cattle farm and the Verizon service is terrible, terrible. Utilities are at the rear of the sites so we needed a sewer extension. If you have a RZR this would be a good place to stay and explore but like mentioned by others, not much in the area.

Date of Stay:

In fairness we only stayed 2 nights so we didn't check the entire park out but it is mainly full of park models, and fairly old ones in some cases, but clean enough. We stayed in one of the pull through at the rear of the park. Each site has a concrete patio but your neighbors septic is certainly part of your landscape and that always knocks off a point for me right from the start. Power & water were good; people were friendly enough. And it was easy enough to get through in a big rig even though you will think different when you first pull in but plenty of room at the rear of the park. We can't imagine ever going to Coolidge again but if we did I guess we might stay here again.