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It's a quiet, full hook-up park with no frills. Dirt roads, some gravel, fairly level, semi-shaded sites. Park is alongside the river. Mostly pull-throughs. There are a number of permanent or semi-permanent rigs. Park is located behind the fairgrounds & the race track/casino areas. No wifi. No restrooms or showers. Cash or personal check--no credit cards. Works fine for us for 3 nights. Not a destination campground, but few (if any) are in this area!

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We needed an overnight campsite on our way to Yellowstone--that's all this campground is. Overpriced, salty water that's undrinkable, pay showers, gravel & mud puddles everywhere. Wi-fi was available, but required a credit card in case you went over the allotted "free time". Most campers were pipeline workers at the time we were there. Would not stay there again unless absolutely necessary!

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We stayed here with 2 of our grandkids in June, 2010, for 5 nights. This is a fantastic park. The camping fee includes a $6/day park entry fee. The kids loved the area--lots of wildlife, nice views. This is a great location for visiting all the tourist areas in & around Colorado Springs. You'll probably need reservations to secure a site during prime vacation time.