I have never rated a park so poorly. We were told we would have a pull through. We had to pull out of the park, turn onto a side street then jump the curb to get into our site. There were lots of trees, so we were unable to use our satellite. Then there was a storage unit in our site so there was maybe an inch between our slide & the building. Lots of road noise. WI-FI was spotty. Lots of permanent trailers, which if put to the back would put overnighters in front which would be nicer. Owner was friendly. Fees were way too high for park condition. Would not stay here again. First time in area and was not made aware of riverwalk area which would have been nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
They are the only game in town. What a dump. lot's of permanents. Some white trash. Got a refund and left. Wife afraid because of looks of some residents. Fits that town. We tried other 2. One up toward Springs and the other south toward Walsenburg. Full. We had these reservations for a month. Reviews are a big crock. They must write their own. Lucky to get a refund. 43' motor home. Stayed at Walmart. 106'. Hot! We camped here in a Motorhome.
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 here in a Travel Trailer.
I stayed here the entire winter. The owners were friendly, prices reasonable, bathrooms and showers were kept spotless, Wi-Fi internet worked great! This is a nice RV park, and I would definitely stay here again if in the Pueblo area! We camped here in a Truck Camper.
This is NOT the place to camp unless you are very desperate. It is a mobile home park with about six sites with large trees and is badly suitable for slide-outs because they have this concrete “patio” that you cannot park on making it half the width you need. The only reason I was able to park was that I had my pick of all the available spots and with my 35ft. Toy Hauler it took awhile. I did not use any of the other facilities. I would have given it another half star if it was $15 a night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I've spent most winters here for 5 years now. This is the ONLY RV park in the city limits of Pueblo, Colorado and is close to shopping, dining, local tourist activities and I-25. I stay monthly and currently pay $475/month for 50amp service, including water & sewer. The asphalt lot needs to be redone, but otherwise everything works fine. The restrooms, showers & laundry are clean and functional (you get the key pad code at check in time). Numerous elm trees shade most sites in summer and fall. The "one or two night" sites are the ones in the back that are pull through, and have no trees. Many convenience & liquor stores are within a short walking distance. Interstate is one block away. Two convenience stores are literally less than a block away. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Closest RV Park to jobsite; however, beware! This campground has very few 50 amp sites, the owners lied several times to us about sites that would come open and we were on the list to move to. We had to stay in a 30 amp site. Power here is VERY BAD, be very careful with your rig, the power levels are way below 120 and our power cut off several times due to low voltage in the entire campground. Owners not very concerned about this, even went UP on rent due to cost of power. Many people live here in mobile homes, park is trashy / ugly and not much to look at. The entire area is sketchy, not safe for children or women alone. Please take care staying at this RV park, it's really just a parking lot in a bad area of town. Only plus was laundry. Stay away if you can, try the KOA and Pueblo West--seem to be better deal and areas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Ugly old gravel parking lot in full sun. Senior discount was promised on campground directory online but was not honored. Showers were very clean but bathrooms were locked every time we tried, I, a woman, had to use the men's shower as this was the only one unlocked. My husband was not able to get in the showers at all in the morning, all locked. The park was packed with mostly monthlies, and the owners were not friendly at all. They don't take credit cards either. We would not go there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park did not receive a "10" because it has pay showers, as do most Colorado parks. They did have a new hot water heater and I really think my $.50 lasted longer than three minutes. This is desert camping, but close to the expressway. There are plenty of pull through sites. Our intention was to just stay one night, but we were enjoying ourselves so we stayed three. It is well worth it to buy a Colorado state park pass, though you must buy one for both your RV and towed vehicle. True, you cannot hook up to sewer or water, but there are plenty of spigots and the spigots are threaded so you can hook up the hose to fill your tank. The wind blew strong, but I washed clothes in the excellent , reasonable laundry and hung them on the back of the rig to dry in about an hour. We camped on the weekend, but nobody was rowdy. The lake is very low, but plenty of people enjoyed it. Nice trails and bike path. We had shelter over picnic tables. I found the staff and volunteers very helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is not one of CO best parks IMO, however, it is still a good value for the money. It is very popular and fills up on the weekends. Yes it is dry and there is little or no shade on the hiking trails. Its the high plains. That's the way the good lord made it. The trails are easy and fun. There is a paved bike trail that runs all the way to the Pueblo River Walk. The wind can be a problem in most of the western states especially in the spring. Again that is just the way it is. This state park is convenient to the interstate. Most sites are easy to get in to. They are paved. They are large and have covered picnic tables. It is a great place to overnight. But don't expect this to be a KOA. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Located in the arid, high desert East of the Rocky Mountains Lake Pueblo is a blue jewel among the dun-colered mesas. The park itself is large, with multiple campgrounds. Some of the sites are close enough to easily walk to the lake for some fishing from the bank without. There are nice, shaded picnic tables at just about every campsite and there are two buildings with washers/dryers at one of the campgrounds. Finding park staff to help with an issue is almost impossible. For campers who drive in without a reservation it is an honor system check-in because there are no rangers to help you out. At the entrance to each of the campgrounds there is a building where campers are to stop and fill out info cards, stuff money in an envelope and then drop said envelope into a designated slot. You put $20.00 in one envelope for camping and $7.00 in another for a day use fee. You are expected to hike or drive up to the empty ranger station each day of your stay to repeat this ritual because they don't allow for more than one day stay on their envelopes. There is only electric at the sites, to dump or get water you have to pack up your RV and drive to the dump/water station. You will have electric only so long as a prairie dog (numerous in the area) doesn't decide to gnaw through one of the buried power cables as happened while we were there. Great place to stay if you love fishing. The campground fills up and gets noisy on weekends and the trails to hike are barren and hot, no shade. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The photographs of our site (310) that were on the ReserveAmerica.com site must have been taken in the spring. There was no green grass when we arrived, in fact there wasn’t any grass. I think the prairie dogs probably ate all of it. Not a very hospitable landscape and the vegetation looked like it was struggling. Our site was a pull through and level. It’s impossible to stay on the asphalt due to the shape of the pull through. Very windy the 2 days we were here. Good 30-amp power and a good Verizon cell and Aircard signal. There was nothing in the way to interrupt a satellite signal even though there are some trees in the park. A good overnighter since this isn’t one of Colorado State Parks best. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here multiple times every year! Although the weekends can get QUITE crowded, starting Sunday evening it's REALLY nice and quiet. Now that the fire ban is lifted, we're looking forward to our next trip in a week (three more this season, at least). The Park is currently going through a construction project that's added SEVERAL water "hydrants" for filling tanks in CONVENIENT locations throughout the campground, plus they've "upgraded" the dump station. NICE improvements. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
State Park campground is a destination for boaters. Pros: easy access to Lake Pueblo at busy boat ramp, huge sites, picnic tables sheltered by wind breaks, deserted except for summer weekends, fire pits Cons: windy, barren plain overrun by prairie dogs and rabbits, pay showers, no water hookups. If you're not a boater, skip it. Lakes are scarce in Colorado, so this one is worth the cons. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Like all Colorado Parks this one charges a daily use fee in addition to camping fees. All Colorado State parks have metered showers so bring quarters. Pueblo is very popular in the summer. It fills every weekend and can get noisy. I would not camp here in the summer because of the crowds, lack of shade and heat. I have camped here off season twice and enjoyed it. The wind can be a problem in the spring. The northern lake area is best for RV's and the southern side is mainly for tents. Sites are large in the northern area and easy to get into. There is 50 amp service. There are lots of hiking trails. Many of the camp sites have lake views. The facilities are very clean but are a bit worn from heavy use. My rate reflects the seniors Aspen Park pass rate. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is an older campground, with 30 amp electric only. Most of the sites are not level. There is a lot of dirt and dust here, when the wind blows. Apparently, it blows all the time. The bathrooms are dated and they charge for showers. After paying the $7 entrance fee, and the $22 camping fee, it is really tacky to have coin op showers. This park is really for the local boaters. I won't be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a review of the Arkansas Point campground which is on the south side of the park. Roads and sites are paved. Our site was a pull thru and was spacious. Many of the back-in sites look as though they would also have fit our 34' 5th wheel and truck as they are double wide. Sites only have electrical hookups, but water spigots are located in various locations in the loop. The dump station is easily located at the exit and was set to handle two rigs at a time. Campground was clean and appeared to be maintained. We camped during their winter season so the showers were closed and we couldn't evaluate them. Most sites would accommodate a satellite dish and over-the air antenna picked up a number of stations. Campground is on a hillside so leveling involved using blocks on one side to level. It was very quiet, in part due to the small number of other campers but also it is well away from the main highway. Rate was based on a senior resident discount. Normal rate is $20 a night for camping plus an entrance pass. Campground is about 4 miles from Pueblo, which has all the shopping, restaurants and amenities one would need. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here at the Arkansas Loop Campground. We had a beautiful campsite overlooking the marina. Our site #32 was nice and level, however as previously stated by others, some sites look quite unlevel. The sites were large and a nice distance apart. The campground was very clean and well patrolled by a very friendly and helpful staff. We stayed here two nights and would definitely stay here again. Would have given it a 10 had it had full hookups. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campsites here are usually very spacious. However, there seems to be a lot of sites that are not level whatsoever and we were stuck in one of these this time. As with other Colorado state parks, you need to pay the $8 fee to reserve sites online. Usually this system works well for reserving, but on this last visit, our original site was double-booked. We were not impressed to say the least. The camp hosts were very friendly in resolving this issue. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camp/boat at Lake Pueblo State Park often (~8 times per summer). The YUCCA LOOP is, we believe, the best of the campground loops with VERY clean bathrooms and VERY LARGE spaces. ***GREAT*** camping with the ability to have fires in fire pits (unless there's a fire restriction). Fairly close to the marina. ***IF YOU'RE BOATING IN 2009, BE PREPARED FOR LONGER THE NORMAL WAIT TIMES TO BOTH LAUNCH AND RETRIEVE DUE TO ZEBRA MUSSEL INSPECTIONS AND DECONTAMINATION - BOTH MANDATORY. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We agree with previous posts. Very nice park with excellent facilities, well maintained and patrolled. Becomes a little pricey when the $6.00 daily use fee for each vehicle is included. April is a great time to stay here; you have your pick of the best sites. Make sure you make reservations if you plan to stay more than 3 days. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Nice state park - electric hookups only (30 amp) with conveniently located dump stations and ample restroom facilities. We stayed in the Arkansas Point section of the park and our restroom had no shower facilities. The views here are stunning and the Campground got very busy over the weekend with boaters and fishermen - we are neither. I don't know if we would stay here again as we didn't find much to do in the Pueblo area. Keep in mind that Colorado charges a day use fee for all vehicles in the park. This is on top of your camping fees and is applied to all motorized vehicles. The fee at Lake Pueblo was $6 a day. In our case (motor home and tow vehicle) an additional $12 per day. We have offset this fee by purchasing the annual pass - $60 for the first vehicle & $25 for the second - good for one year from the month of purchase and good at all Colorado state parks. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice state park. $18 camping fee is addition to $6 daily entrance fee. Wide variety of sites to choose from on 2 sides of the lake. Very little shade, but each site does have a picnic table with shade awning, along with a fire ring. Bathrooms very clean and plentiful. Laundry facilities at several campgrounds in park. Both pull-in and pull-thru sites. Electric only service at each site, but 30 amp service was good. Dump stations and water located at entrance to each campground. Lake levels were extremely low, so the lake front sites were still well away and above the lake. Beautiful view of the mountains. The north side is pretty close to residential development, but enough on the other side of the hill to not see it from the campsites. We were here mid-week in April and very few other campsites were occupied, so we had our choice away from everyone. Rangers patrolled frequently. We will return, but only in spring or fall. It's probably a very busy campground during the summer. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This was a very nice park. All facilities were excellent. The staff were very helpful to us with a special request. The only thing that kept this from being a 10 was the silly Colorado rule that will not allow a camper to book for more than three nights without a reservation. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
If you have a boat this might be a great place, otherwise I don't recommend it. It was blazing hot and the sites have NO shade. It was also very windy. Friends of ours also went boating here, but the high winds caused such waves they had couldn't safely take their kids on the water. This was after waiting over an hour to get to the dock. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
This is a desert/lake campground with extremely spacious sites and shaded picnic tables at each site. The showers were very clean with laundry room available. Very quiet park on a beautiful lake. Mountains in the background. Elevation 4500' which makes for moderate temperatures. We really enjoyed this park. Park rangers patrol and friendly gate workers are very helpful. Pray for rain, though. The lake was extremely
low. We camped here in a camper.
Stumbled across this park while traveling. What a great find after a long day on the road. Staff could have not been more helpful and friendly. Crispy clean park with lots of area to walk pets along with a huge pet park! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The park is located north of Pueblo very much in the country adjacent to I-25. If you need groceries you must go into Pueblo as there is nothing out here. The park is graveled but is wearing thin and needs to be added to. In rain it might be muddy. The sites are level but are full of weeds that need to be mowed/cleaned up. We are used to traveling in the southwest, are used to water lean camping and used to gravel facilities. Hosts are friendly. The 50 amp sites are farthest from the pool. The pool area is small and if many families were attempting to swim, it would be very crowded. This is not the typical KOA that we try to stay in when traveling with grandkids. Our Magellan GPS took us off at exit 104 when they are located at exit 108, so be careful of your GPS. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Serious lack of pride by owners. There is not a piece of fence or wood in park that does not have peeling paint. Trees were not trimmed and branches had to be pulled away from rig to get into spot. Pool had cleaning "robot" working the entire three days we were here, interfering with a relaxing swim. Close to freeway and tracks, so quite noisy. Staff was more interested in searching for coins with a metal detector than performing maintenance. Would not recommend. Large dog run was nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped here while passing through. It was a desert environment but still had some shade. The place was exceptionally clean! Nice bathrooms and showers and laundry area. Music in each was a bonus! Our only complaint was that the freeway noise and frequent freight trains made sleep difficult. If you were running your A/C all night ( which we didn't due to a thunderstorm), it may not be as noticeable. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place, while somewhat dificult to get to,is not a bad place for an overnight stay. The grounds are clean, but the sites are a bit close together. Water is trucked into this park, so no waste of water is allowed. The dog "park" is a good walk and is only a fenced-in mud pit if it rains. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice campground right off the highway, but with no noticeable highway noise. Pool was clean, sites were level, and the staff was friendly and helpful. Price reflects a pull through site with two kids and water/electric only. A few minor maintenance issues were present; like, none of the video games were working, the jumping castle they have was broken, (they say they will be getting it fixed) and the steps into the office seemed rickety. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This would be a monthly rate. Easy access to campground, accommodates virtually any size rig. Swimming pool, hot tub, on site pizza, many pluses. Negatives, really no shade and can get extremely windy. Awnings are not advised. Winds can get to 40+ mph. Very nice nature walk through the prairie, owner is friendly and helpful. Easy access to city of Pueblo, short ride to the Springs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a basic western RV park, gravel and dirt, with no grass. The parking sites are OK in width, but a little short. The noise from the highway could be a problem if the weather has you leave your windows open. I would comment on the staff and the pizza, but since we arrive in the early afternoon on a Sunday, we saw no one and the office was closed so no pizza and no Wi-Fi code. The park appeared to be well maintained and the roads were fine. Considering what we got for our money, I would probably look for another park the next time we travel through the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a bad place, overpriced but then it is a KOA. Road noise wasn't that bad and the train was far enough away that it sounded nice. Nice to have pizza delivered (and it was good) after a day on the road. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Typical KOA. Convenient. Very close to highway and a noisy train nearby. Farther out of town than we would have liked. Primarily chose this KOA because we're headed to the state park and needed to do laundry. Laundry is spotless, with new machines, at at $1.75 per load, a bargain. Front desk staff very nice. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stay a little over a month. Newspaper delivery every morning, pizza delivery to site - cooked on campground, Saturday buffet. Staff was excellent. A wonderful well maintained walking trail through the prairie. Almost no shade sites, some highway noise, trains go through several times a day about a mile off, but you can sure hear the horn. Swimming pool is great, hot tub, fun stuff for the kids. DVD library, good place to stay, but the heat in the summer is brutal and every day around 4PM the wind comes up, better have your awning down. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here on a return trip home. We had been here before. Sites were clean and level. Nice dog walk area and good gravel interior roads. One unique thing is that they will come and pick up garbage from your site. We didn't feel like cooking so we had a pizza delivered from their kitchen. It was fairly good. As with a lot of the RV parks it is close to the freeway and can be a little noisy but we leave the AC fan running and that helps a lot. Even though they have a designated dog walk area, you can walk your dogs most anywhere in the park as long as you clean up. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
After a long driving day I took my 2 dogs to the dog park at the KOA. It was quite hot. In the park there was a cooler full of ice water for the dogs to drink! What a great treat for them, and amazing attention to detail by the staff. Great amenities, great staff. We camped here in a Motorhome.
It is a nice park with a friendly staff. There is a great pet area and walking trail. The only down side is is got a little muddy after a rain. We would definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We camp here several times a year and find it always a pleasant stay. The grounds look nice, the restrooms are very clean, and the owners are always friendly. We will return in 2011! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is off I-25, with road noise audible when wind from the east. Noise inside park is nil. Very quiet at night and during the day. Grounds are spacious, with a HUGE fenced dog play area that rivals that of some city off-leash areas. Unfortunately, some lazy dog owners have left pet waste un-scooped in the off leash area, and on the nature trail behind the park. Nature trail is a long walk through a cactus filled couple of acres: very pretty at sundown, with numerous quail scurrying around. Coyote-bait dogs should be leashed on this walk! Managers/owners are VERY friendly and welcoming. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We used this campground for an overnite stay before heading to the mountains west of Colo Springs. It was a little tricky actually getting into the campground because of a one-way underpass. Our GPS tried to take us to exit 110 and I suspect that may have been a better way. The highway signage took us off at 108, thus the narrow underpass. However, once we got to the campground we were very pleased with our campsite. They all looked to be spaced nicely and were very shaded and clean. The owners are extremely friendly and helpful. We used the pool which was pristine. The hot tub looked great, too. They do pizza delivery to your campsite which we actually used, being too tired to cook. Pizza was very tasty. This campground is surrounded by desert and mountains, providing nice scenery. Showers were very clean and functional. Possibly if you didn't use AC the road noise and trains might be an issue, but with AC we heard nothing. We'd stay here again in a heartbeat. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We really did not enjoy our stay. The park is 8 miles north of anything that is Pueblo with the exception of the dirt race car track that was buzzing on Saturday night until mid night. And speaking of noise, the trains the endless trains all night long. Every half hour to an hour a freight train comes barreling through blowing it's horn, so we could not get any real sleep. The scenery around the park looks like the moon landing with cows. As for the rate it would have been cheaper to stay at a hotel in town. Also, the operators look to nickle and dime you at every turn. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a friendly park with lots of activities for kids. The cabins, tent sites and smaller RV sites are mingled near the larger rig sites, but it works OK. A couple of minor and one big problem: One morning there was no water pressure for several hours. They truck in all their water and I guess they just ran out. We have onboard water, so it wasn't a problem and it was fixed quickly (considering it was a Sunday and a holiday), but if it happens often it could be a problem. Be sure you have adequate water in your tank! The interior roads can be a bit tight for the largest rigs. We needed to move our truck several times for people to maneuver into their sites, and our truck was completely off the road. The sites are narrow. The biggest problem is that the noise from Interstate 25 is constant and occasionally joined by noise from a speedway racetrack nearby. If you can block that off, which is difficult, you'll have a great experience. Otherwise, it'll be merely nice. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Scheduled to stay there a week, but let after 2 nights. Nice park. However, it's another one of those parks where the train comes way close all night long. Of course the train has to blow it's horn incessantly. Also the entry was a bit frightening; had to go through a tunnel that I was sure was going to take the top of my motorhome off. My wife, who was born and raised in Pueblo, got lost trying to find her way back to this KOA. Very windy, dusty, and desolately; very few trees. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites were large, clean, and level. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Very good pizza and chicken wings available at the camp store. Nice dog walk area. Will definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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It is a typical KOA. Not much for too much money. I had the misfortune to have to stay there for 27 days due to work requirements. It was a convenient location for me but the roads had deep ruts and bad flooding every time it rained a little bit. They would not give me a monthly rate so I paid just a little less than $1000 for my 27 days. That is the most I have ever paid for a really nice place in over 7 years of full timing. To top it off, they made me leave a day earlier than I wanted to because they had a reservation for my particular site. Hundreds of us insurance adjusters were in town helping people with their losses from a bad hail storm and they couldn't make a little change for me after spending nearly a thousand bucks!!! Typical KOA!! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly, welcoming hosts, lovely shop serving ice cream & offering pizzas & wings. Attractive park, very clean & tidy, just off the interstate. Only stayed 1 night. Booked a 50ft pull thru so we didn't need to unhook, but what we got fell somewhat short!! 5th wheel hung over site limits at the rear & the truck stuck out into the road at the front. We pointed this out to the nice guy who took us to the site, he said 'no problem, no-one else is coming in', so we left it like that as it was just 1 night. These sites in row 'N' are also quite narrow. If you like to sit in your rig or out on your picnic table & get a good look in through your neighbours window, you'll be delighted. In our opinion as experienced RV'ers(& it's only our opinion) the site we were allocated is only suitable for small trailers or compact b class without slides. There are much better sites on the park. We think they maybe saved the better sites for longer staying guests, which we quite understand. If you're going to be there for a longer stay, rows D & E are better. However, nice park & we would stay again so we've marked it as if we'd had a better site. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
It is a typical KOA. The sites are Level but a bit narrow if you have neighbors & dusty because the wind blows in the afternoon. Water was pressure good. There is a nice fenced dog run however, all dirt. They will make & deliver pizza to your site for $10 if you wish. If in area, we'd stay here again although I think KOA's are a bit too expensive. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Close to Interstate, so somewhat noisy. Set in the desert with a good view of the mountains. Sites are level but quite narrow, no fun being outside. Staff are very friendly and accommodating. Nature trail and pancake breakfast, Saturday and Sundays. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While camping here there was a problem with the water and we were unable to fill our tanks due to this problem. The on-site manager was not available to assist any of the campers. There were no shaded areas. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Stayed one night at this campground. It was clean and the attendants were courteous. Problem with construction made it a problem on the interstate but the campgrounds were easily accessible. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park has some of the cleanest bathrooms we have seen yet. They need to truck in every drop of water used, so there is a big truck parked next to the office that must be used to truck in the water. They should try to hide it inside a fence or something. They had all long term tenants here while we were here and some of the sites were messy. The noise from I25 can be noisy. The couple running the place were very nice and obviously tried to keep the place up. Our site was pretty narrow, if you had slides on both sides of your RV, then you would not have enough room. The owner said he had a rig in our site just before us that had slides on both sides and the owner had to walk around his rig sideways. We had to move our neighbor's table out of the way to access our water and sewer connection. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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This is an extremely well maintained park with friendly staff and a wonderful view of Pike's Peak. Beautiful sunrises and sunsets and a nice nature trail from the park. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Just off the interstate and out of town in the desert. Nice views of the mountains in the distance. An OK place to overnight. We arrived late in the afternoon and had to share the electric box with a neighbor. He got the 30amp outlet and we were left with only a 20amp. Luckily we did not need to run the AC, so we coped. Evidently the electrical system needs some upgrades. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
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We stayed at this campground last weekend and enjoyed the "super RV site", which is a large fenced area with a small hot tub, covered picnic area, gas grill, deck and patio table and chairs. The fenced area was great with our two dogs and our three children. We enjoyed the hot tub at night. You are given a lock for the fenced area. We parked our trailer right next to the entrance of this site. The cost was $55/night. The only drawback to this KOA campground is that it is close to the highway and it can be noisy at times. The campground also has a nice pool that we enjoyed. The restrooms were very clean. The people that run the campground were very friendly. There was a nature trail at the campground, but we didn't use it because it was a very hot weekend. I would go back and definitely get the "super RV site" again. I wish more campgrounds offered this amenity. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
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Very nice park run by a young couple. They are very helpful and have made several improvements in the past two years. Excellent nature trail and beautiful view of the mountains. We camped here in a camper.
Very clean everywhere. They didn't know that there was an FMCA discount at KOAs. I did get the "senior discount." No 50 amp pull throughs long enough for a 40' unit and amp so I took a back in with 50 amp. They helped us get parked. Very few campers there and good Wi-Fi but not secured with password. Good free cable TV. Would recommend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Agree with previous review. Good location right off I-25 (exit 74) with gas station next door that has RV pump for regular and diesel. Also next to gas station is a VERY good BBQ joint (Obie's) and you can park behind in large lot. It was nice to have grass between sites (section E). Folks very nice and well maintained campground. Good power levels and water pressure, Wi-Fi is free and strong. Would recommend this campground and only 130 miles south of Denver. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very well kept park with friendly staff. Restaurant on site with good food and prices. Close to freeway and fuel. All services worked well, nice wide roads, easy in/out. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I have researched all the RV parks in and around Pueblo, CO. and spoke with many people who have stayed in them. My Company has relocated my Wife and I to Pueblo, CO from Tr-Cities, Washington. We are staying here temporarily on a Monthly bases till we purchase a house. This is by far the best not only KOA, but RV park in 100 miles! The staff are excellent, very caring and always there for you for any reason. It is very peaceful here, clean, and kept up. The restrooms and showers are very clean and in excellent condition. We made arrangements months in advance and when we arrived they were waiting for us and our space is perfect. We are Blessed! Thank You So much. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We chose this campground for an overnight stay because of the giant billboard advertising HOT TUB. Price of the site $36 with Good Sam discount) was appropriate for a campground with this kind of amenity; however there is NO HOT TUB on the premises. We might have given this park a 9 out of 10 because the people were so polite, friendly and hospitable, and the park is beautiful but ...false advertising! "Admin note: Received an email from park owner over this problem. Owner could not afford the high cost of $15,000 to keep the hot tub open and meet ADA compliance. He has removed all advertisement over the hot tub for 2013 and the billboard company had not taken down the sign as of yet. The hot tub will be removed." We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice KOA. Friendly staff, well maintained, good wi-fi, cable TV , not a destination style resort but a very good stop over place for a day or two. We have stopped at this location several times and will again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice park with friendly staff everywhere. They offer all you need for a short to medium length stay. Cookies and pastries, along with coffee in the store is a nice touch. There is an escort to your site. Wi-Fi is strong and the park is easy on and off the highway. Follow KOA directions, not your GPS. We will camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Definitely one of the better KOAs we have stayed at. Sites were all good sized, lots of green grass (each site has an underground sprinkler which runs at night). Lots of good children's activities, pool in great shape - overall a very well kept campground. Facilities were in great shape as well, and everything kept very clean. Hosts and WorkKampers all very friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A GEM! Trees, grass, high speed internet that rivaled any I have ever used on the road. Two small grass dog areas. The KOA staff were terrific! I hate to drive pulling my RV and yet I would drive another 100 miles to stay here. We will be staying here when we are throuogh the area again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We always stop here between Santa Fe and Denver in the off-season. It was mid-May this time and the pool was actually open. I agree this park is over-priced for its location and lack of amenities out of summer, but they have great cable TV, decent sites, clean spacious bathrooms, and a nice little doggie park. So it's a good overnight stop as long as the price doesn't go up . We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very nice KOA. Compared to other KOA's, it's a 10. Compared to all other parks we have visited, it's a 7, which is good from us. We took a shade site, thus our satellite would not work. They did not tell us that the cable connection was in the next site, 50' away. A construction truck was blocking the site; had to get him to move, then got to listen to construction noise as they installed a cabin. But site was very level, utilities worked fine, wi-fi was reasonably fast. Still, $40 is high for this, but we will probably stay again since it is a convenient point on our spring route. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The price is high for what is available. However, office staff was extremely nice. Sites are acceptable. It's on top of a hill so wind is very common. It is close to many fun attractions. We will stay here again if need be. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Like a previous poster, we have not stayed in a KOA for many years. Like them, based on the reviews here we were not disappointed. They were extremely accommodating with whether we wanted to use our satellite or if cable was OK. We preferred the site where satellite was not an option, and the cable was excellent! Our site was nice and level. Everyone was extremely friendly and helpful, and the complimentary cookies couldn't be beat! The facilities were all top notch, too The only negative in my opinion is the price. Even after the senior discount, our bill was over $40.00! All in all, we would stay here for an overnight - too expensive to stay any longer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Fairly level site, easy pull through, facilities worked well, very windy, very good free internet, very friendly staff, escorted to site, good cable TV, could hear the interstate. Good for an overnight. We would stay here again. KOA card rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
$37.40 overnight, with senior discount. Fabulously friendly front office team. Felt like home. Could stay here awhile. Requested a satellite friendly area. Led to long, pull through site with full hook-ups. Nicely treed, clean, neatly trimmed, grassy. Verizon and aircard worked without a problem. Unhook your towcar: there are plenty of restaurants and other services in this area. Loved this little gem along I-25 south. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We have not stayed in a KOA for 5 years after a couple of bad experiences. Based on the reviews here, and needing to stop between Denver and the state line, we decided to chance it. We were not disappointed. The grounds are lush grass. The roads and sites are long, level, spacious and well defined. The view in one direction is an open space with horses and another direction is the Rocky Mountains. The restrooms and showers are very clean. There is a large building for social gatherings, with a kitchen, restrooms, and handicap shower. An exercise room is available, with great equipment. People were swimming in the pool. Also, there is a hot tub, and miniature golf. The staff was friendly and helpful. When we were leaving we saw landscapers raking, trimming, and sweeping. This is one KOA we will stop in again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had a very bad experience with a KOA campground the one and only time we stayed at one, and swore we wouldn't stay at another. Since all other campgrounds were full and our 2 year old "decided" that it was time to stop, we went ahead and stayed at this KOA. All I can say is that this will be one of our regular stops! The staff was very nice and made you feel like they really cared. They took us to our site, made sure we knew how to hook up everything, told us about the local attractions, and made sure everything went well. They have a nice playground, and the owners cook at night. The prices for the meals are very affordable and it keeps you from having to leave. I can't say enough good things about this park, the views are great, the staff, and even the other campers were all friendly. I would definitely recommend this park! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We almost never choose to camp at a KOA location. They seem to be over priced with grumpy staff. This park is the complete opposite. It is clean, beautiful and staffed with very friendly, accommodating folks. We came to meet an RV repair service that operates in this locality, and often performs mobile service here. We found the reservations desk to be very amenable to our situation, the park very well maintained, with really gorgeous shower facilities and recreation areas. The park is just at the exit of I-25, with very easy in and out for our 40' motor home and tow vehicle. There seem to be lots of activities here for families, a great pet area, pretty fine scenery and not a bad selection of local eateries. The price is a bit high, typical of KOAs, but at least these folks try and give you perceived value. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here one night and really enjoyed our site. The campground is very convenient to I-17 yet there is very little road noise at the campground. We had a great pull-through site, we would stay here again if traveling through this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We had stayed here last year with a camping club and enjoyed it, as we did this time. Will be there again in June. Very friendly and helpful staff. A nice cafe is across the Interstate and a hardware store and very nice grocery store are just over a mile away. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We used this site for a one night passing through. The staff was very friendly. The restrooms/showers were clean. The roads were wide with easy access to the sites. They had a small store that we did not use, and also a gas station/store close by. They were right next to the interstate which made a one night stop over very convenient. We would stop again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This used to be a great KOA. Now it is an average KOA at best, closer to a bad KOA. New management is not friendly or helpful, just here to take your money. Used to be a very clean park. Now has lots of permanents and junk. This park is a good example of why we increasingly avoid KOA's. On the plus side, utilities and WiFi work fine. Park is far enough from I-25 to be quiet. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is off I-25, with road noise barely audible. The grounds, bathrooms, laundry room are spotless and immaculate. The only annoyance is the overpowering fragrances from spraying devices, candles and other scentables. If you have asthma or chemical sensitivities, stay OUT of the office and laundry room, and the bathrooms to some degree, too. Smells were OVER powering! Campground is very quiet at night, pet friendly and the staff pleasant and efficient. Only other issue was sites are not level in two planes (front/back, side/side), so you should have lots of lumber to level out, and this applies to those with jacks, too. Grocery store in Co City is well stocked, not busy, and staff very friendly, a nice change from shopping in bigger cities. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Average KOA with the normal KOA stuff. Helpful staff. We stayed in E12, couldn't get level. Lots of sites looked to be unlevel. Best thing about this park is the restaurants across the freeway. Jefe's had great Mexican food and delivered to our site. Max's had a great breakfast. We probably wouldn't stop here again because of narrow and unlevel sites. Diamond Shamrock next door was filthy. Verizon Wireless worked good here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a disappointment!! We have always like this friendly and nice KOA, and have referred many friends, but NO MORE! We had their e-mail confirmation of $36. and they would not honor it. Workamper at desk kept showing me the price list on counter at $42. I told her to refund my deposit of $36. and we'd go elsewhere. She then honored the $36. Then I told her I wanted to use my KOA VKR points and she said I could not use it and get my 10% KOA discount. They didn't even give an escort to site (always have), a cookie (always have), or a thank you. We WON'T stay here again and will tell our friends how things have changed from a great KOA to a bad KOA! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice park with easy access from intestate. Pretty breezy during our visit. Restrooms and showers were clean and well maintained. Staff was very friendly and do a good job keeping park in great condition. Gravel site pretty level and required just minor leveling. Nice grass between sites. Nice, well maintained amenities, pool, mini-golf, playground, etc. Fenced pet playground. Great mountain view. Good restaurants in town just across interstate from park. Would stay again if in area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
One of the best! Outstanding park and facilities. Great cable TV (almost 100 channels) and WiFi. Trees, grass, long level sites, immaculately clean, friendly staff, exercise room, weekend social activities. A little highway noise, but we ran our fan (didn't need a.c.) to block it out. Would stay here again most definitely. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Would have loved to have stayed longer just to explore the surroundings. Front office was so considerate seeing that we made a mistake on our reservations and they still went the extra mile to be accommodating. Pool, hot tub, entertainment and breakfasts and dinner provisions were exceptional. Campsites were rather close but environment was open so we got a view and a nice breeze. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice KOA. We ended up here for 5 days and usually don't choose a KOA for extended stays, but were pleasantly surprised with this place. Paved areas around the main lodge, nice lodge with custom made crafts (and nice smells!), Nicely stocked store area, super clean pool, clean showers/bathrooms, mini golf and pleasant staff. This is a somewhat remote area and that's why we ended up here (not many other campgrounds around), but would recommend it as one of the best in the area south of Pueblo. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Made reservations for overnight stay. The sites and roads were gravel. The full hook up site given was unlevel and required level blocks. The sites were close together and hookups close to your neighbor's. Owners appear to be trying to improve park by providing a new building with breakfast served if wanted, gym, restrooms, and showers. They had a July 4th cookout with music for campers. They even had a few fireworks on site. Some sites have no shade, but nice mountain view. Many full time units on site. A good park for overnight stay. Would return if in area, but request a better site. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We enjoyed our 2 day stay (Sat & Sun) and would have rated it higher except for the water sprinklers that come on in early AM. Since the water is hard, it had to be wiped from the coach and tow vehicle ASAP. Also they state not responsible for items left on grass/patio that get wet. They do give you fresh cookies at check-in and staff are friendly and helpful. The weekend activities (reasonably priced) include an evening BarBCue (we did not attend) and an AM breakfast (we went and it was super). Because of the sprinklers, we would be reluctant to return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice park. Swimming, Mini-Golf, playground, mountains, and biking right there (without needing to drive or cross major roads on your bike). Second time we have stayed here. Admittedly, it was more enjoyable the first time. It is 20 miles south of Pueblo, so be prepared for a little drive everyday, but my wife and I have researched everything in Pueblo, and this is by far the best. It never ceases to surprise me when you go to these big cities like Pueblo, CO or Waco, TX and they don't have squat for RV Parks. One last thing, if you leave early they may not give you a refund. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Highly recommended. We usually avoid KOAs because of add on fees, high prices, and small sites. Since we were somewhat desperate we decided to stay here. We were amazed. GREAT place. Immaculately clean, well maintained, beautifully landscaped. Great facilities - pool, spa, mini-golf, fenced dog runs. Nice, large sites with plenty of room!! SUPER friendly people in the office - we were greeted with warm, fresh baked cookies and led to our site. We're not Good Sam but office lady searched until she found a way to give us a discount off the full rate. No add on's - 50 amp same as 30, no fee for pool, etc. Only reason it's not a 10+ is $39 a night (after discount) still seems steep to me. We're already planning to go back for a longer stay even with the high price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owner is always on site. Park has a very friendly and very helpful crew! Sites are nice, if not quite level. Pool, SPA, mini-golf: lots to do right here. Some noise from I-25 at times, but not overbearing. Several places to see in the area, but most will be day trips. We will be back! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is our second time here and will stay many more times as this is a great park! Our friends have a new MH and wanted to go with us to someplace nice, easy to get to, and with amenities. Management is great: their pride of ownership shows. Has really friendly and helpful work kampers. Bathrooms are spotless! Pool is very nice and the mini golf is really taken care of. Too bad all KOA's aren't this nice. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have stayed here several times and will continue to do so while in the area. It is a great KOA with large, level sites. Grass and picnic tables at each site. Park is well maintained and kept spotless. Toilets and showers are also spotless and well maintained, and it looks like they have all been recently re-tiled. People in the office are very friendly, and you get fresh baked cookies when you register! There are some nice views from the park, and road noise is minimal. Well worth a visit. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Rate reflects KOA discount and, like all KOA's is high for what you get. We don't use the hot tub, etc, and don't like to pay for it. However, this is a very nice KOA. We were treated very well: Speedy check-in, complimentary cookies, escort to site, propane $3/gallon. Easy on/off I-25 with a small convenience store with truck islands (and great chicken fingers) next door. Long-term sites on the outside row are well kept. Gravel roads and parking pads are in good condition. Grass between sites is much nicer than the all gravel KOA's. We will definitely stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is a little far out from the main attractions but we chose it because of past reviews. The staff was very friendly, very helpful and went above and beyond being there when we had a snowfall with electricity going out. They made sure the roads were cleared and trees cut back as soon as possible. They were baking cookies when we arrived and we went back after getting on site and the cookies were great! The area is very quiet; cable is great; Wi-Fi is good; facilities are very nice. It is gravel but the sites are large and wide and we would definitely return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay in this campground twice a year while in the area. They have cleaned it up and added several upgrades to the park in the last year. One of the better KOA's that we stay in. We will stay with them again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Convenient stop along I-25, though overpriced for this isolated area, if you don't use the pool, putt-putt course, hot tub,etc. Must be popular with families in the summer. Had a good pull through by the bathrooms but not level and voltage way too high. Owner was in office, very nice. Great cable TV , free Wi-Fi and VZ aircard is strong. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We really enjoyed our two nights here as it is a well-run, spotless facility! The work kampers are nice, the owners are here and they appreciated our business. We had a site that was perfectly level, with shade trees on both sides, and lots of grass on either side of us. (They are smart and skipped spaces between RVs.) The hookups were placed properly and worked very well. They have lots to do, and it is all clean and usable. We will return! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This park is beautiful and the amenities are great. The sites for larger rigs have nice grassy areas and are very easy to get into. It's very child friendly with a playground, pool, game room and 18 hole putt-putt course. One problem is that the playground equipment has not been maintained well and some of the equipment is broken with some sharp edges. Also, be sure to ask when they will be mowing. The mowers came through and removed a pet pen we had and broke our trash can. When we complained, the owner said we shouldn't have staked the trash can down because that wasn't allowed per the little newsletter we received upon check-in. Nothing was in the newsletter we were given indicating that wasn't permitted, nor was it posted anywhere. We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 9 / 10 ]
Nicely laid-out campground with a pleasant feel. Good sized pull-throughs even for big rigs. Nice, friendly staff and the campground was very clean and tidy. Good facilities including a brand-new fitness room. Location is a little out of the way, otherwise would score 10. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is, in our opinion, one of the top KOAs in the entire United States. It sits high on a hill overlooking breaktaking mountains and valleys. The staff (of which there are many) are constantly working on the park, the grass, the sites, and everything else. Sites are large and level and are well stoned, electricity is dependable, and wi-fi is outstanding. The staff could not be nicer. My only complaint is the water pressure, which could be stronger. Still, one of the very, very best parks we've ever seen. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed in this campground last spring,again last fall and again this spring. It's easy off and on I-25. Good cable and wifi and the sites are decent size. People are nice an it's clean. The sites could use some more gravel but that's abut the only complaint we had. We will stay again as it works out well for us when going to Arizona or coming home. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The campground was very busy and near capacity. It was cold (20 degrees). The campsite were close to each other. The playground was busy with a lot of kids. It was nice to see everyone having a good time. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Another over-priced KOA, but the only decent park in southern Colorado with cable tv. Not a bad place but isolated. Freeway noise wasn't bad, access is easy. Party going on, bathrooms not clean. Sites are close together, neighbor parked their vehicles in front and back of our RV- but left in the morning. Would never stay here except for needing location and tv & wifi access. Not worth the expense. Long pull-thru sites are over $40, and looked unlevel. Dirt sites with some grass and trees. Pool was closed but of course they still charge full price. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is in Colorado City. Very well maintained, quiet and very pleasant staff. Laundry and restrooms/showers were very clean. nice store/gift shop. This was our second stay this summer and we would certainly stay again and recommend it. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Here is a wonderful place to stop if you're traveling from Denver to Santa Fe. Please note that it is 22 miles south of Pueblo, but in a very nice location with beautiful mountain views, albeit close to the 25 Freeway. Sites are level with 78 channel cable and 50 amps. We had a great pull-through, did not even have to un-hook (as the park is actually designed correctly). For an over-night stay this is about as good as it gets! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Good full service park with FHU, 60+ channel cable, WI-FI, and a pool. The full name is Pueblo South / Colorado City KOA which tells experienced RVers that it is south of Pueblo in Colorado City. Unless you need to be near Pueblo for more than a day, it is only good for overnight stop or a few days to relax. As a base for sightseeing, it is too far from the sights to be used as a base camp. Tourist destinations such as Royal Gorge and Colorado Springs have parks much closer. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is nowhere near Pueblo. It is at Colorado City, about 30 miles south. That said, it is a decent KOA, well-maintained with a friendly staff. The sites are a bit close, but they have lots of grass and a good cable system. Wi-Fi worked well. Lots of long-termers here, and the place was filled to capacity but still quiet. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very friendly staff. Wide grassy area between sites. Gravel roads and sites. Great wireless internet connection even at the far end of the campground. The cable TV has 71 channels. There are some long term residents but they are well kept and clean. Overall a very pleasent place to stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good stop over for a night. Easy access to I-25. Nice view of the mountains. Sites are a little small, but we had room for our slides and left the SUV hooked up. Staff was friendly at check-in. Good WiFi and cable TV. They had 8 inches of snow that melted rapidly so it was a little muddy but we have been in much worse. They had a crew trimming trees and someone on a tractor blading the roads (gravel and dirt) so it looks like they are trying to keep up with the maintenance items. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We left this place one day early because it was so bad. The camp sites are narrow. Your neighbors hook ups along with the sewer were right next to the front door of our trailer and picnic table. This was no shade to speak of at our site. The pool was small, but good. The restrooms were very well maintained. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very clean and friendly campground. Sites are well maintained and the gravel roads are groomed when needed. enjoyed are stay. All the personal working there and the owners were courteous and helpful. We will be back We camped here in a Motorhome.
Won't recommend for more than a night stay. Ownership complained about most everything! For example; everytime we used a credit card, about their transaction costs and even charged us extra on the checkout for their costs of KOA forced transaction fees (so we were told). Ownership complained about dirt getting tracked into their showers even though there were no mats to wipe feet on and their area was covered in melting snow and mud. (these were added after someone almost fell on the slick tile inside the door) Ownership tried to overcharge us on propane fill up by .59 cents per gallon and then complained when they got called on it (yep they had to pay those transaction fees again). Cable picture and electricity amperage were of poor quality (and water for some campers was improperly buried above freeze line causing many folks to have to move spaces). Laundry was the most expensive average per load of any KOA we have been to yet at almost 4$ a load washed and dried. If you need to stop due to weather or fatigue it's just ok, but keep driving if you have the option. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground has a warmth and coziness about it that is just plain comfortable. I don't know of any other way to describe it. It is one of the neatest, best-maintained parks we've seen in 30 years of Rv'ing. The management is extremely friendly and helpful, and the staff is great. They are constantly working on the grounds, and it is neat as a pin. It has wonderful views of the mountains and is relatively near to a bunch of attractions. We've overnighted here several times but, this year, decided to make it a destination park and stayed here almost a week. Are we glad we did. You will love this park--it is totally unlike most KOAs in a very positive way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are close together but all the park is very well-maintained. Sites level, some gravel & others grassy. I question the WIFI as I tried (as well as my park neighbor) a second "code" and still couldn't make a connection. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park on grassy sites, some gravel parking, CATV, very clean, great overnight park although there are some attractions less than 100 miles away. Subway and 2 restaurants nearby. Really no town nearby. Near highway, but seemed reasonably quiet. Much improved over last year. Miniature golf, game room, horse shoes, great hosts. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Okay for an overnighter. Long spaces and easy ingress and egress for big rigs. Sites are not very level, however, and roads need more gravel. Very friendly and helpful hosts. We camped here in a Motorhome.