Date of Stay: August, 2010
This is America's oldest RV Park-my husband's grandparents camped here when he was a little boy! It is rustic and beautiful, with hiking trials, wildlife and a brand new shower house. The views from Chief Hosa Lodge, just across the road, were outstanding, and our neighbors saw a bear nearby. Do not expect perfect sites, though we had a level, large site for our 30' fifth wheel. The views are great, as are the staff, and you are close to Denver without the heat and hassle. Other reviews must have expected a KOA type place-this is rustic, with good hookups and wifi, but little tv reception and no sewer, though they have a dump station and even loaner porta-totes to use. We loved it here, camped for a week plus and will return.
Date of Stay: June, 2010
We stayed here for over a month while my husband finished a job, and we just loved this scenic park! The hosts are the best anywhere! The town is scenic and friendly, and we were welcomed everywhere. This campground is adjacent to a small lake with a wonderful walking path. The sites are shaded by cottonwood trees over 100 years old. Though it sounds like it is in town, the park is actually at the very end of town, on a dead end road. We loved this park and will return.