The pull through site was very narrow and left no room for picnic table or chairs. We were cheek by jowl with neighboring rigs. If you consider your pets family, do not select this RV park. Dogs are required to be walked "on the other side of the white fence" per the office worker. That means walk your dog outside the park on a busy road, around a storage facility or a dirt parking lot with no shade or other amenities. The park was full of loud ATVs who were permitted to disturb other guests. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Ditto to July 2013 review. Sites had adequate room. Wished there had been some grass for our dog. Liked the location for visiting places like Steamboat to the north and Silverthorn area to the south. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
All gravel park with some shade trees. The sites are very wide and accommodating for all rigs and fairly level. Verizon Internet card worked great. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rate is monthly at 450 + electric. Weekly is 200. Ditto on previous review. Wi-Fi works good and we have been here a month and would stay here again. No TV off antenna but good clear view for dish. AT&T cell phone OK but no 3G service. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is all gravel. There is no grass at all. The sites are great - long enough for big rigs and wide enough for slides and your toad. There are trees, but they don't provide much shade and our satellite dish worked just fine. The park is across from the city airstrip but it is mostly quiet. There was one night that some buzz bomb of a plane was doing touch and goes and circling over the park. There are only two washers and dryers so it makes it a bit hard to do the laundry. There are a lot of permanent sites so it is surprising that they don't have more washers and dryers. The managers are friendly and live on site. We would come back if we were in the area again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Best priced campground in the area. Sites are close to level (I didn't need to drive up on blocks, just used the jacks), hosts are helpful and friendly, laundry had only 2 washers and 2 dryers, but was adequate for my needs. Wi-Fi is slow, about .40M download, but free for the first week. I have HughesNet satellite internet, so no problem. Verizon service is good. I posted the daily rate, but it is less by the week or month. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Management is very friendly and efficient. Park is quiet and well maintained. There is no dog walk even though they are "pet friendly". Their WI-FI disconnects frequently and needs to be reset by park administrators. Otherwise WI-FI works well. Work campers are not as friendly as the owners. Nice ATV riding adjacent to the park. Monthly rates available as well as firewood, laundry and fire pits. Park is 43 miles away from Rocky Mountain National Park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped off here on our way to the Steamboat Springs area. Knowing that there aren't any decent campgrounds near Steamboat (yeah, we know about Steamboat Campground, they were full anyway) we need to stop over for a day or two where we could access the internet and get some work done. In the AAA guide it states they had WiFi so I gave them a call and let them know we needed a good reliable wifi access. They said they did. So we booked a couple of nights. The campground is a gravel lot with some trees and bushes planted in around the sites. The trees aren't big enough to provide any significant shade. The good thing is the drives were so wide it was easy to get in and out of the sites. The sites are wide enough to open slides and awning without worrying about the neighbors. Watch for the dogs running around free. It seems there are some either permanent or seasonal guests who treat the campground as their back yard, dogs and all. The wifi was a big disappointment. It was slow, although not as slow as some we encountered on this trip. The continuous resets were frustrating. Just about every 30 minutes the wifi would go down, reset and come back up. That's ok unless you're in the middle of an online meeting with the boss back at home. Or running a test of the web site your are developing. If you are looking for a nice level site for the night while traveling through this section of Colorado we would recommend this campground. If you need full hookups this will also work just fine. It may also just about be the only full hookup facility in quite a few miles around. If that's the case, it might just work. Just go fishing or hiking or whatever else you come here to do. But don't expect to spend any quality time at the campground. Not much in Kremmling by way of entertainment or restaurants. So you should plan to cook in and get the dish going. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Wolford CG is located on a sage/grassland bench right next to a medium size reservoir with boat ramps and fishing 50 miles from Steamboat, Grand Lake, and Silverthorn. If you are into satellite TV there are none of those pesky trees to get in the way or reception or views. The down side is that there is no shade or wind breaks available; however, 50% of the sites have a flat roofed shelter over the picnic tables. The roads and sites are gravel and most not even close to level. The sites are laid out so the power hook ups are on the right side of the vehicles and located at the back of the site so you need a long cord to plug in. Most of the sites are 30 amp with only a few 50 amp hook ups. The restrooms are pit toilets with running water for the sink and no showers. They advertise camping at $20/day but they have a mandatory $5/day/vehicle fee which means if you are driving a MH with a toad you pay $30 and your neighbor in a 5th wheel only pays $25. For $20/night this was a great CG. However, with no showers, no water or sewer at the sites, the wrong location of the power post, and being 50 miles from anywhere with a decent grocery store, it is overpriced for the $30/night we had to pay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very nice campground. Some sites would be very difficult to get our coach level, however the very friendly campground hosts had no problem with us moving to another site (as long as it wasn't reserved). Not all sites have 50 amp power so if you need 50 amp service, be sure to request it in advance. Very quiet at night, with great views of the stars. Wonderful lake for fishing or boating. Boat rentals are available on site. Easy access to the dump station and fresh water fill. Great tasting fresh water. No Wi-Fi was available, but the library in Kremmling has great free public Wi-Fi and was quite pleasant to visit. We really enjoyed this campground as it was so peaceful and the surrounding scenery was quite beautiful. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a nice clean campground. Widely spaced campsites with great views of Lake Wolford and the the surrounding mountains and countryside. Good 30amp power and 4 bars of Verizon Cell phone service. No shower in bathrooms. The reasons I only gave the CG a 6 rating: 1. The sites are not level. You need to level your rig both front to rear and side to side. 2. The electric Posts are at the far end of campsites. You will most likely need an extension cord to reach the power. The campsites are electric only. No water or sewer. There is an easy to access dump at the entrance with good fresh water. This is the nicest CG for miles around. We stayed here in a 40' motorhome and would stay here again. There is a RV Park in Kremmling, but it is a "RV Park". Tight crowed sites. See other review for info. We camped here in a Motorhome.