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12 RV Parks near Castle Rock, Colorado
We did however find 12 campgrounds within 25 miles of Castle Rock. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Castle Rock in the left hand column.
Sep 2017 - $55.00
They were great to get us a space at the last minute. But I didn't like the way all the spaces are so secluded from each other...trees and shrubbery made us feel like we were in the mountains by ourselves. Some people might like that, but we enjoy socializing with our neighbors. All the spaces are scattered in the hillside, so that was nice, but we had no view because of the seclusion. - pattifab
Oct 2016 - $60.00
The park was satisfactory but had narrow roads with challenging inclines (I guess I should have expected that in Colorado). We were assigned a site on the front road of the park which was about 200 yards from I-25 (lots of trucks) and 100 yards from the railroad tracks (lots of trains day and night). The noise was constant 24/7. It may have been better further back in the park. On the plus side, the park was clean with level gravel sites. There were lots of kid activities while we were there. It was close to Halloween so there was a costume parade and other Halloween activities. Very kid friendly and fun, even though we didn't have any children with us (we're in our 70's). Except for the noise it was a good experience. Recommendation, reserve a spot further back from the train tracks and I-25. - Crose46
Jul 2016 - $60.00
Meh! I mean for the money they charge I just expect more. I spent $60.00 a night for an "electric deluxe site" I don't know what was deluxe about it, no sewer, no water and not level, plus we were in a section that seemed more like overflow camping then a part of the campground. The water was the main issue for me since I hadn't topped my fresh tank and didn't realize I didn't have water until I was completely set up. (Note to self; look at hookups first thing) they do have a hose at the check in station to use but as I said I didn't know this so I used the old 5 gallon jug to get water in it. My real beef with it is their website should have better information about site specific amenities. Like the fire ring we had but didn't know about until we got there, so instead of bringing our own wood we spent $6.50 a bundle for theirs. Overall upkeep of the park was marginal at best the ball pit was a sandbox, the pool was small and crowded and a relic. The field of dreams was an overgrown field. The swimming hole I liked but it too needed the sticker bushes around it taken out an a better way to get to the top of the slide. The staff was very friendly and helpful and my grandkids loved the activities but we weren't impressed. - Skirby
Jul 2018 - $35.00
We selected this park as it was close to family we were visiting. We experienced a nice surprise as we arrived...roads were dirt but easy to navigate. We thought our site 15, which was a curved pull through, was the best site in this small park. It was nestled into beautiful ponderosa pine trees and our view was away from all the RVs and looked out over a baseball field and meadow. No WiFi but our phone service was fine. A dump station is available at the entrance to the park. We would stay here again for sure! - Jackie thornton
May 2018 - $35.00
It's O.K. for an overnight stay. Our lot was not level (in any direction), and others didn't look much better. Water pressure was good. - Limey51
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Casey's RV Hide-A-Way's street address is 4189 Highway 86, Elizabeth, CO 80107. If coming from the west, you will pass thru the town and the last traffic signal will be Hwy 86 and CR 17. The turn into the CG will be your second left, the first left is the day use section of Casey's Park. The entrance is paved for a few feet in, but due to fairly deep erosion it is a tight turn. The dump station is before you reach the CG loop, a somewhat long narrow tear shaped loop. Large rigs might have trouble making the full loop as it is a pretty tight turn back into the loop. Odd numbered sites on on the outside of the loop and the even numbered sites are in the loop. The electric and water are both good and up to date. This CG is in a rustic setting (you won't see or hear any mowers around here) and works for a few nights. Most units cannot dump and get back into the CG loop without leaving the Park or backing back in. Cell and TV were both good. - Bob and Inga
Aug 2018 - $30.00
It is a beautiful park and campground. Sites are level and very spacious. My site (195) was shaded back-in but still had satellite reception. Roads are wide and easy to maneuver. There is a very nice off leash dog park that had mostly large dogs (swimming, etc) but all were well behaved. Check-in is a little time consuming. If you do not have a park pass you wait in one line to be told to go to park reservations office to check in where you wait in another line to purchase your pass plus obtain your toad pass. Very congested area but am told they are building a new area for campground check-in. Lots of construction at the north end of the park, but it does not affect the campgrounds if you enter through the Titan Parkway/Roxborough Park Rd entrance. Be sure to read directions on your confirmation. Very busy; get a reservation early. - Freedom Bus
Jul 2018 - $30.00
Chatfield is one of our favorites in the US. Paved roads and concrete pads with gravel patios. The work campers rake the rocks and clean the sites after each camper leaves. We did not use restrooms. WiFi worked great the entire two weeks we were there. Lots of OTA channels and wide open to receive satellite. Strong Verizon signal. D loop is very big rig friendly. Sites are large and offer some privacy. As others have mentioned there is a construction project going on to increase the water level of the reservoir. It doesn't really affect the campground and we never heard it but when going out the west entrance you do drive through it. Bigger rigs must enter on the east side but that is stated in your confirmation. Huge dog park that you can drive to. We'll be back. - thekites
Jun 2018 - $38.00
This is a great park. Hard to believe it is so handy to Denver. Paved roads. Concrete pad sites. Picnic table. Fire ring. Sites are well spaced apart by natural environment. Great family destination for a weekend of camping. Great for overnight stay if passing through Denver. Very big rig friendly. Very well maintained park. Will definitely return. - WinnMac
Jun 2018 - $60.00
This RV Park is located conveniently to Colorado Springs. It is just off of I-25 and there is lots of road noise. The roads are narrow and windy with too many trees too close to the road. Many sites are short, close together, and arranged every which way on the hill making some of them difficult to enter and exit. Most sites are FHU with 30 amp. There are only a few 50 amp sites and they are packed together in a gravel/dirt parking lot. Utilities worked fine but the WiFi was too weak to be useful. On the plus side everyone was friendly and there were many activities. Unfortunately there are not many campgrounds to choose from in this area. - JoyceM
Apr 2018 - $10.00
We arrived on 4/16/18 the day after the park opened. Office not staffed at 6:00 PM local time, but we did find find the manager at his trailer. VERY helpful and friendly. This is an older park but is clean. A number of the sites are small and a large RV may have a tight fit. We found a pull through A-12 (?) site that work very well. This is 1/2 way between (50 miles) from Denver and Colorado Springs. We would stay again. - TenOC
Apr 2018 - $50.00
Stayed one night to attend a late event at the Air Force Academy. Arrived on a Saturday at 10:00am, but no one was in the office. This was off season and I guess the office is staffed on a very limited basis, but I wish they would have posted when someone would be there. The instructions to sign in were to insert cash in one of the envelopes provided which were all wet from the snow. (regular season is probably much more organized that this). Most facilities (showers, bathrooms, mini-golf, pool, etc.) were closed until April 15th. The site we chose was mostly level, and electric worked OK. Like others said, there is road noise from I-25 even in the sites far from the highway. Overall experience was OK, and I don't want to judge too harshly since they weren't completely open. Price reflects an off-season discount. Usual price would be $55.00 for the Water/Electric site we had. When you first pull in, office is to the left, not the right. - Fitzjohnfan
Aug 2018 - $30.00
We are at Cherry Creek State Park right now. Staying four nights to see kids, grandkids, neices and nephews before heading up in the mountains for a week. Cool park in the middle of the city. Other than occasional traffic noise you wouldn't know you were in a metropolitan area. Facilities are excellent. There is a maintenance guy that cleans every site after someone leaves. Fire pit was cleaned and the gravel patio area raked prior to our arrival. Our site has a level concrete pad. Lots of green space between sites. As others have lamented, there is a $9 per day charge for park access on top of camping fee. What really galled me though was having to put quarters in the machine to take a shower. :~) - KCSA75
Jul 2018 - $29.00
Made reservations back in January for our two week stay here. As everyone says, it's paved and clean, a beautiful park and so close to Denver. Our site had a slight view of the mountains and great sunsets. We also had cottonwood trees providing shade. About half the sites have shade trees and the others do not. We could not use satellite but many sites could. Lots of OTA stations. Nice laundry room and machines were $1.50 each. Wifi actually worked well our entire stay. Verizon signal was LTE but sure seemed slow at times. Buffalo and Abilene Loops are closest to the swim beach. As you look at the campground map the center of the loops are all large grassy areas with shade trees which is very nice. Sites are spacious. Great place to walk dogs. Very large off-leash park too. We would return. - thekites
Jul 2018 - $39.00
Price is for full hookups and reflects the $9.00/day day-use fee that they charge in addition to what is paid in advance online. This park is a true gem in the middle of a very busy, crowded, noisy city. The sites are well spaced with concrete pads. Our site was level side-to-side, but had quite a slope towards the front. Very nice picnic tables and fire rings. Laundry facilities are an unexpected find in a state park, $3.00 washed and dried a load, change machines were also appreciated. The only negative is that extra $9.00 per day charge for the day use facilities that we didn't use. It makes me wonder why they don't charge the day use people $30.00 for the camping facilities that they don't use too. - LMH
Jul 2013 - $17.00
We stayed in this park for 2 months and did enjoy our time there. There were some negative items, but will start with the positive. The creek was close by and a walking/biking trail close. The grass was maintained by the park and it was well shaded with mature trees. Shopping for anything you need is close by. The negatives: close to a busy highway, but that didn't bother us. Try to get a site away from the highway if you can. There were problems with sewer at times, but management promptly took care of that. The Denver area is extremely hard to find places to stay and so this was the best we found. Would stay again. People very friendly in the park. Price reflects monthly rate. Wi-Fi only available in the office. - happy travelers
Jun 2013 - $35.00
I stayed here for over a month. At first glance, this place looks shabby, and it has an inconvenient entrance/exit, but once you're there, you start to see it's actually a pretty decent place to stay. It's 20 min to downtown, about 45 min to Red Rocks and it butts up to Denver's amazing run/bike trail. - riding_on_air
Jul 2012 - $38.00
This is a former mobile home park. The park has lots of shade and level concrete pads to park on. The location is nice because it is next to the creek. However, the grounds could use some updating. I don't think anything has been updated here since it was first constructed 60 years ago. Price seemed a bit steep at $38. We were charged for four people even though we had only two adults and two children under two years old. Good Denver metro area location. Most people staying in the park are long-term residents. - je23dr13
Jul 2018 - $49.00
Location was good for us visiting family in the area. As others have stated, the speed bumps in the park are jarring. Our site was VERY tight, and there was a puddle of water to the rear left of the site. I suspect the puddle was from their sprinkler system leak. We parked our tow vehicle perpendicular to the RV in front, and had just enough room. This is essentially a mobile home park that has a limited number of sites for transients. We had no problems here, and it was pretty quiet during our 3 night stay. - novastorm
Jul 2018 - $66.00
I stayed at South Park twice in a two week period and I will NEVER stay there again.
A Walmart parking lot would be a much better place than here.
Both times I was treated rudely by the groundskeepers and swore at twice by them!
And, when I went to the office to ask for one more night they brought up my reservation on the office computer, then said..."Sorry, we are all booked up until next spring!"
So I said, "Well, I guess I have to leave in the morning.", to which the park manager said "Yup!"
Well, at my next stop the very next night I was looking at my paperwork and realized that I had indeed already paid for that night...but they just let me go and still haven't refunded me for the extra night they charged me for.
I have several friends that live there and have been told that since I left 3 1/2 weeks ago nobody has been in the site I was in both times.
The park is very nice, laundry facilities are good and the swimming pool is awesome, but the RV spaces are so close and tight to back into, plus there are cars and trucks parked in the street that makes backing into the sites even more difficult since the sites are barely long enough for the RV's, let alone the tow vehicle.
30 amp plug was loose and had to use a padlock to hold my surge protector plug from falling out. Found out later that it is against park rules to padlock the power pole.
Plus, the pool and laundry room closes at 8 pm...hardly enough time for travelers to take advantage of these amenities.
It is almost like they really don't want RV'ers to stop there...only year round residents! - John_D
May 2018 - $48.00
The only thing this place has going for it is their location. Staff are rude, people are rude, the facilities are dirty and the place has gone to hell in a hand-basket. I wonder if the owners truly know what's going on. - Randall S
May 2018 - $22.00
This is a great place to stay in Denver. The sites are spacious and the pads are concrete. It has beautiful views of the mountains and very close to the PX and commissary. A little windy in the afternoons, so you have to keep an eye on your awning. - Raegirl2
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Roads are rather narrow to drive and turn. Most people end up driving through part of the dirt. Only nice thing is spots are spacious and the water has been fixed. There are no trees so I bet summers are really hot here. There's not a single thing for young kids to do, no playground or place to play. They end up running around all over. You can tell most people do not clean up after their pets including the camp hosts. The running track was nice to have close by for a morning run. We tried the commissary, but it was small, pricey and not well stocked. There's a Safeway not far down the road. Outdoor rec could do better with taking care of campgrounds in general. - Jay101st
Mar 2018 - $20.00
big lots, commissary and BX a short distance away. Free laundry and shower facilities. Gets windy and you have the "sound of freedom" most afternoons. - captaincakes
Jul 2018 - $12.00
Spent 3 nights. Good thing is convenience to so many activities/attractions. Vault toilets were dirty. The 10 mph speed limit throughtout the park was way too fast with so many children playing/riding their bikes on the road and not moving out of the way for vehicles. We were aware of the no campfire/charcoal ban, but there also should have been a sign saying "no propane". Had a cooler full of food that we couldn't cook, and couldn't even make coffee in the morning! Some of the sites were full sun with absolutely no shade. Way too much dog barking/yipping for us! - Wendi D
Jul 2011 - $9.00
This campground meanders through a very large stand of mature Ponderous pines. The elevation is 7800'. Near busy route 67 but noise was minimal and overall it was very quiet and peaceful. We visited during the week so the park was pretty empty. Apparently the weekends are quite active as all reserved spots were spoken for. We had one of the two paved sites which are very long. The rest of the sites are gravel. Leveling was a bit of a challenge but our automatic levelers won the battle. There are no hookups but water spigots are located throughout the campground. Vault toilets but no showers. Our Verizon internet worked in certain spots so we were able to get online. We didn't try our satellite but doubtful it would have worked with all the trees. The campground is across the road from the Centennial Trail which is a 15 mile round trip hiking/biking trail. Beware - the route towards Woodland Park is uphill (mostly gradual) so the return is well-earned reward. Our rate reflects the National Park Senior discount which is 50% off the normal rate of $17.00. We would stay again. - Free
Jun 2018 - $25.00
This is an Air Force FamCamp, so of course you must have a military ID card to use it. It is very beautiful, full of Ponderosa pines, but still just open enough for DishTV to work. The roads and sites are gravel. The sites are fairly level, with only a little leveling needed. The back-in sites are widely spaced, about 30-50 feet between sites; I didn't inspect the pull-though sites. There is no camp-wide Wi-Fi, but they rent Mi-Fi for $5/day or $25/week, and it provides a very good internet connection which I used to upload hi-resolution photos to Facebook. Didn't try streaming video on it. There are lots of places to walk your dog, but no dog park. If you want to play catch with your dog, you can do what I did, and walk them to the lasertag area. It is secluded and out of the way, but still close to the FamCamp. This is technically against the rules, but the lasertag area is heavily wooded, out of sight, mostly. The laundry is $1.50/load. There was a burn ban while we stayed here, but gas grills were allowed. I would definitely stay here again if in the area. The Academy itself it beautiful, widely spread out with miles of undeveloped forests. - Jay G
May 2018 - $25.00
Stay was great and the front office was very accommodating and helpful. It can be difficult to contact them but they do call back. The staff was great getting us an extra night over Memorial Day weekend. I would definitely stay here again. - MS752
May 2018 - $37.00
Excellent park and convenient to many towns, activities, and local attractions. Sites are fairly level dirt with gravel topping. Roads are easy to navigate pulling 40 foot fifth wheel. "Somebody" either took our after hours check in information or forgot to put it out. We just occupied and empty spot and figured it out in the morning. Staff are friendly but busy and seem to do better at returning messages rather than answering the phone. It all worked out. They say the park is open year-round with full hookup sites including freeze plugs on the water lines. If I wanted to winter in Colorado, I'd certainly consider this location. The area is suffering a server drought so be sensitive to burn issues. They do still allow camp fires in approved containers or you can rent a chimaera from them. I liked it. There are about 100 sites and it appears that all have some shade from towering pine trees. Train tracks on back side of park on which the coal trains run several times per day. They were not noisy. - Moe and Flo are on the go