1 Park near Breckenridge, Colorado
Oct 2015 - $75.00
This is a private owner site resort with lots of Prevosts. But they accept TT and 5th wheels, at least at this time of year. Owners have made improvements to their sites, but generally you are not able to use their stuff. We had campfires each night but have our own fire ring. Ours had a picnic table under a nice covered patio. As one would expect, there is plenty of space between sites and they are paved, many with grass.
200 sites but half or more are permanent cabins. All nicely done. Park could use some work as our electrical panel was missing screws thus falling apart. Park staff move slow and ride around doing little. Go to Palm Desert, CA to see how properly run high end resorts work. - Bobcat1
Sep 2015 - $64.00
This is a very nice campground with many permanent cabins. The sites are privately owned and rented out by owners through the management company. The fee split seems to be 60% to owners and 40% to the management company. That may account for the high price, plus there may not be any other campgrounds nearby.
We were next to the last spot on our row and it is a hike to get back to the office or out to the street to catch the free bus to Frisco and Breckenridge.
Lots of dogs, so lots of barking! Owners were present but when one dog sees another, they bark.
We received one key to get into the clubhouse to use laundry facilities, pool, and bathrooms. My husband couldn't believe there was only one toilet in the men's bathroom for a campground this size. The whole clubhouse reeks of chlorine, which was nauseating as I waited for our laundry to be finished.
The trash and recycling bins were almost impossible to find as they were hidden so well. One would think with a campground this size and the fees they charge, they would pick up the trash.
The WIFI was spotty - don't count on using it. - CraftCrazy
Sep 2015 - $75.00
High price comes from being only available commercial RV park in the area. Tiger Run is a RV condo with some spots rented on behalf of absent owners. It has many recreational facilities that short-termers will probably not use, including heated pool, tennis, volleyball, etc. Blue River sites are along a babbling brook but get a lot of traffic noise from SR9 on the other side of the river. - Mtmoi