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A great park! We used this park en-route and back from a trip to Colorado. The sites are spacious (you have a little fence between the slots which gives you the feel of your own little haven), the facilities are clean, the pool and spa are indoors (kids loved it), and the staff was very friendly. Easy access to/from I-40 and US 287. We'd use this park again when in that area.

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We were forced to move from another campground because our dogs "offended" another camper. Sugar Loafin took us on a last minute basis for the remainder of our stay (3 more nights) and even allowed us to early check-in so that we would not miss our white water rafting trip scheduled at mid-day. This is not a concrete/asphalt type of park, but we loved the spacious sites, friendly staff, clean facilities and absolutely wonderful views! We wished we'd picked this one first! They "saved" our vacation!

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This will sound like I have an axe to grind, and I do. I will say that the restrooms and showers were clean and that the price was reasonable for the area. The slot provided was very tight, so tight that you cannot walk between the two units when the slides are out. You share your patch of grass (about 4' wide and the length of the pull-in) with your neighbor on the other side. Upon arrival, we found a dead (and stinky) rat in the common area grass next to our slot. We asked to move, but were told "that's all we have." Like many, we took our dogs with us on vacation here. From looking around the campground, there appeared to be many, many dogs who were vacationing with their owners. While sightseeing, etc. during the day, we leave the dogs in the rig. A "neighbor" two slots over complained to management of our dogs barking during the day (which they are apt to do when they think someone is outside near the trailer). Management's "option" was to kennel them ("dog-sit") with their daughter for $32/day. When I declined, I was forced to leave. The "complaining neighbor" appeared to be a long-term resident. Money talks, so I had to walk. To management's benefit, they did refund the remaining two nights we had pre-paid. We moved to another park in Leadville, CO which turned out to be terrific, more space, friendly staff (and neighbors), and better views from our campsite (much better than the run-down house which dominated our view at Snowy Peaks). There are better options in the area--especially if you have dogs which may bark and "offend" other campers.