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Date of Stay:
September, 2011 -
Understand the rate for us. We have 4 kids and a lab/shepherd mix. Normal seasonal rates are in the 40's. Incredible sites. Most are concrete, level, and long enough to have my 40' trailer and Suburban on the pad! The kids absolutely loved the pool, and we got good use of the exercise room. (They have those new water resistance rowing and cycling machines and a universal that were all in great shape.) The park location is great. Easy access to Boulder, Idaho Springs and I-70, Golden, and Wheat Ridge. There is a mall about a mile away, and everything just seemed close, without being right next door. We camped at Dakota Ridge RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
May, 2011 -
We live in Denver, and love the proximity for a short vacation. It was early in the year so pool and some amenities were closed. Had trouble with first site, but the staff was diligent in finding another site which worked great. Several reviews complained about the trains which didn't bother us at all. Never heard the highway traffic as we weren't at the front sites. The staff was terrific in opening stuff early for us, and did a great job with the kids. (Can't remember exact price but approximately $48 and reflects 6 people and pets.) We're going back in the summer during one of their many weekend events. (The playground was under construction, but was being completely rebuilt which is now complete.) We camped at Yogi Bear's Jellystone Park at Larkspur in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
September, 2010 -
Wonderful park, friendly staff, and great for the whole family. Restrooms & showers were very, very clean. Didn't use Laundry, but was planning too, as also very clean. Kids loved the pool, playground, and miniature golf. (Basic mini-golf course, and exactly what you'd expect in a park.) Didn't fish in the private lake, but saw several people pulling out descent sized trout. The kids were constantly saying hi to the staffers which seems to always be within ear shot for any need. Staff guides you to your slot, directs you backing in, and points out all the necessary hookups. Quiet at night, and never really heard sounds from surrounding area. Quick hike over nearby bridge to restaurant, mid-sized convenience store, liquor store and gift shop. (Saved driving across town to Safeway, and so close we ended up eating at the restaurant twice. Slots are side-by-side with marked walkways between. South slots are shaded, and trees surround park on all sides. Multiple access points to river. Close to Rocky Mountain National Park entrance. We are definitely going back! We camped at Spruce Lake RV Resort in a Travel Trailer.