Date of Stay:
August, 2015 -
Very nice park in town and only 3 miles from major shopping areas and only 2 miles for medical care facilities. Food and gas stops are less than a mile away and very easy access to the freeway. The facilities were very clean and the laundry room was very convenient. A lot of shaded and pull through spaces. The owner is very friendly and helpful with any type of information needed about the city. We camped at Fort's RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
The river walk area is very nice and Rosario's Restaurant is a very nice place to dine. Also Angelo's Pizza is also along the river walk and I have to say has the best pizza's in town. If you like home made root beer go by the Shamrock Brewing Company on 3rd street near Santa Fe Street it is the best I have ever had. Enjoy the town it is very easy to get around.
Date of Stay:
May, 2012 -
I love this park and think it is the best in Pueblo. The owner does a great job to satisfy all customers. I have been familiar with this park since 2007 and find the location awesome due to the close proximity to shopping centers, convenient stores and fuel centers right next door, recreational vehicle repair center (less than a block away), grocery stores, hospitals, entertainment, state fair grounds, ten minutes to downtown Pueblo, easy access to the freeway with a large recreational vehicle. If you have a problem the owner is quick to rectify the issue and assist if you have an emergency. The management is continually maintaining a clean and safe environment. The bathrooms/showers(two for women and two for men)are very clean with high quality push button code lock (combination given at check in) for security purposes and the on-site laundry room is very nice with multiple washers and dryers at very reasonable rates (coin operated). There are numerous shaded lots up front and many unshaded lots in the rear for people with satellite dish connections on their motor homes even though many up front are still able to locate satellite reception with all the trees. Also the rates are very good and I have to say somewhat better than what I have seen elsewhere. I have seen a few of the other reviews and am just blown away by what was stated because I know that it does not accurately reflect the park correctly. If you are going to make your decision based on a review make your decision based on my review. Better than that, just stop by the park due to it's easy access to the freeway and find out for yourself for I am sure you will be happy you did. Enjoy your travels and be safe out there. We camped at Fort's RV Park in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay:
October, 2011 -
I stopped in for an overnight stay and was greeted by very friendly hosts. It is not a large park but very nice and well maintained. The bathrooms and showers were very clean. The park was quiet and had very beautiful views with all the mountains. The local shop for buying things was very nice since it is located between two cities and would be inconvenient if you had to go anywhere for food or shopping. Telephone service was not very good but the Internet service was available which was very helpful. I like this park and will return. Every time I pass this location I remember the pleasure of my stay. We camped at Raton Pass Camp and Cafe (Formerly Cedar Rail) in a Travel Trailer.