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We stayed at the inlet grove CG for 1 night (electric only); only 1 other camper in the huge CG on a Tuesday night. There are 2 other CG's available at this huge state park. Water spigot close by, ~15 miles north of Sterling. Just follow the signs after exiting Interstate 76. The area is barren...a few trees with some grass. Probably a great recreational area if you are into watersports. Would have rated it higher if we were interested in watersports. The reservoir is used for agricultural irrigation which accounts for the low water level in August.

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cost was $8 per person plus $15 for electricity per night. total for 1 night, 2 persons was $31. We stayed 2 nights. We chose this CG because we wanted to tube the Niobrara River. Staff provided all equipment we needed....nice, helpful people. Only 1 other camper in the electric section, we very much enjoyed the quiet campground. Did not use the restrooms and showers; they were a bit rough.

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No services available at this CG. Restrooms were a bit dated but very clean. Water was available at the restroom building only. Lots of cottonwood trees that allowed for shade on some sites. Close to Devils tower.

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camped in Coyote loop 32, no shade. that would be a problem during the summer. Nice concrete pads with full hookups. Wifi did not reach our campsite. great wifi at restrooms and office and at other areas in the campground but not at our site; could be a problem at other sites in the coyote loop. Might want to choose the Pioneer loop for better wifi. Sites with no services available for $20 in Cottonwood Grove. lots of tent campers in this area. Restrooms clean, well maintained CG.

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The nicest CO state park we have ever visited. All blacktop, mostly level sites. Great comfort station. Bring your bike, lots of places to ride. Also some good geocaches here. It's big but the sites are well spaced. We camped after the summer crowds, no problem getting a site without a reservation.

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Close to all the attractions in the Black Hills, about 5 miles from Hill City. Next to highway 385 so it is noisy during the day. We were not there during the day, so it was not a problem. Great camp host. No hookups.

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Great campground with lots to do in the Fort Robinson area. Don't miss the theater. Camped during the 4th of July; this campground is so well laid out and spacious that it did not seem crowded at all. Camped in Soldier Creek CG with electric only.

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Lots of shade, no problem finding a site on a Wed at the first come, first serve section (a very large area); but by Thursday am the place was filling fast. Lots of folks with boats, etc. great lake, next to huge dam adjacent to Lake McConaughy. The restrooms were dated, not very clean so did not use. Would stay here again when in the area although the price was a bit much for services offered; price is probably a bit higher because of its proximity to Lake McConaughy. An additional $5 state parks pass fee is also required. We tried to contact the camp host Wed evening and Thurs morning to purchase a state pass but never did find the host.

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Nice shady CG with electric hookups. Water source close by. This is actually right next to the Cass County Fairgrounds so it can be busy depending on activities at the Fairgrounds. All grass sites, no ID numbers on the electric posts. There were a few trailers in need of repair that seemed to be permanently parked in the CG. No problems though; Restrooms were adequate. The park is located in town so everything you need is close by. Went to the library for free Internet but had decent service at the CG. Would camp here again when in the area.

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Water and elect hookups with dump station, very nice folks. Unfortunately the heavy rains contributed to a lot of mosquitoes so could not explore the area around the campground, and the grass needed to be mowed. A nice little town, a few historical sites, lots of trees in the CG. Restrooms were old but clean. Did not use facilities. Would camp here again when the mosquitoes are not so numerous.

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Due to beetle kill, the campground has few trees but lots of nice grasses. Nice trails available. Pit toilets, no showers. Nice lake with good fishing but lots of mosquitoes especially in the evening. Found a nice geocache. To see moose, get up early and take the Gould trail that leads to a meadow. No dump station at this campground; one is located at the North Michigan entrance. Be sure to visit the Moose Center...you can hike to it from the campground.

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OK campground, could use some repair as it is a well used campground. The area, about 45 minutes from Steamboat Springs, is beautiful, great views. Good fishing at Meadow Point. $22 per night with $10 reservation fee. Lower prices available on certain days with Aspen Leaf pass (senior pass). We were in the Sunrise loop, comfort station in the dutch hill loop. Found some neat geocaches. Probably would not stay here again as it is a long way from Steamboat Springs.

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Beautiful state park. All trailer sites have full hookups. No water or sewer available when we were there in March. Also, showers were closed as was the office at 2pm. No mention on the park signs what the fees are when there are no services except electric. I am sure this park is booked continuously during peak season. The facilities we were able to view looked new. Close to Colo Springs. This would be a destination park if interested in staying in Colo Springs for a while.

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Nice park and very inexpensive. Not much to see or do unless you boat or fish. No trees in the surrounding area but a few at the campground. About 5 miles from highway 285. Flat, blacktop sites. Sites could have been swept to remove some of the small rock that was everywhere. A good place to camp if visiting Carlsbad.

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Very nice state park overlooking Alamogordo. Great price for water and electric. There are not many sites with water and electric so reservations may be needed during peak season. There are lots of dry camping sites with access to water and restrooms close by. Would stay here again.