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Just south of Lone Pine off the highway but not too close. Sites were level but close together. Nice swimming pool (we didn't go in though) and interesting rec room with complimentary coffee and muffins. Nice playground for kids. We would return.

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Very nicely maintained park. Sites are close together and a bit short. My 48ft truck and trailer had to be disconnected.

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This is an amazing place out in the middle of nowhere. Very nice green grassy sites with tables. Level, well spaced sites for an rv park. Showers and restrooms were quite a walk from our site, 28 but clean. We had a nice view of the open hills and sunset. There is actually a golf course in back but we didn't walk over to it. This is a beautiful peaceful park and would return for sure.

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This is a nice wooded campground a few blocks from the city center. Sisters has great bakeries, coffee shops and antique stores. Next to the campground over a covered wooden bridge is a city grass area hosting city events. Some sites are quite crowded and open while others like 64-67 were nicer. The restrooms were aging and quite like "public" restrooms. Dump station in the campground was $5. I would return here because of the nice walk to town.

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No shade here on a windy bluff. Cash only. They turned out the lights in the laundry at 9pm while I was using it. Said they lock em up. Most sites were long term rentals. Our only choice was the front site near the truck noisy highway. Would not return here.

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The setting here is nicely wooded with a view out to the private lake in some sites. Owner was very cordial and helpful. We enjoyed the wine bar and the large table space overlooking the lake. The wine bar hosts were fun to talk with along with other guests enjoying the lake view. The train nearby was not an issue for us. We would definitely stay here again.

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Nice shady pine tree campground. We stayed in loop 63 site D that had a significant walk to the showers. Sites were level and well spaced apart.

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Nice level pull-thru sites. We were in section A with one RV per site. Be careful, other sections may have two RVs per site so somebody has to back in or out.

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The campground is in the aspens so no overhead shade but the sites are pull throughs at least in loop B. There are three loops, A, B, C with A being in more dense aspens and C more open. The only showers were in loop C. Sites are level and spread out with privacy at least in loop A and B. Entrance rangers were very friendly and helpful. They even answered the phone when we asked if our 48 ft rig would fit in our site, B80. It did.

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Most RV sites were taken by "season" long termers, that is people reserve them for the entire summer and use them from local towns. Therefore only about four or so of the dozen sites were available and included none of the lakeside spots. We stayed in site 3 without a lake view that could be a pull-through but were advised that the turn would be too tight. Otherwise the park is very nice with good space between the sites. It had a nice beach with a swimming area. The host was very accommodating and friendly.

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A very nice park. The site areas were all green grass and level. They are essentially one row all with a view of the river valley, however the river itself is just out of view below the grass but it is a short walk to the river bank. All sites are pull-thru and good sized trees offer shade to all the sites. Cash or check only. The owner was very friendly and helped us choose a site.

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Nice park for overnight. Some sites full time but no problem. We stayed in 23 at the north end without shade. Other sites near the office had some shade. The sites were somewhat close with less than green growth, mowed weeds I would say. Restrooms and showers were very nice, clean and up to date. Staff was polite and held a site after hours without deposit.

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A beautiful park but only a few “standard” RV sites amongst all of the permanent mobile home size chalets. Most available sites were the $55 and up, $70 in the summer. Grounds were nice grass with paved roads and concrete pads. Pool was indoors but was locked. We couldn’t reach anyone by phone when we had difficulty finding the laundry in the evening. Our site was along the Swan River, which was a pleasant rocky alpine open creek. This was overall a nice upscale park in the open spaces about 5 miles north of downtown Breckenridge

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This park is actually closer to Black Hawk than Golden, about ten miles north of Black Hawk. A bit pricey since the daily $7 vehicle fee must be added to the $22 site fee. This is a nice pine tree filled campground run by the state. We stayed in the hookup loop which has electric only. There is a free clean dump and fill station in the middle of the campground. The loop has all pull through sites that are widely spaced and level. Campsites are clean with well kept fire pits and tables. There is no Wi-Fi and Verizon cell was a maybe only if you went up to the entrance.

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The sites are mostly dirt with a little gravel and a bit of weed-grass areas in between. There is not much shade here only in a few sites. The Wi-Fi was strong. Free coffee and pastries were provided when the office opened at 8am. The operator was very friendly and helpful. You can walk to the nearby restaurant which had good enchiladas. It was a good one night stay.