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4 RV Parks near Craig, Colorado
Sep 2008 - $10.00
UPDATE - This is no longer an option when traveling through Craig Colorado. Due to complaints from the KOA campground in town, the fairground does not allow overnight camping unless you are traveling with horses, or an event is actually taking place there. I got this information by calling the fairground office at 970-824-5708 and talking to the nice gentleman who answered the phone. Too bad, because there was a pretty park there with grass and trees. It would have been a pleasant place to stay for an evening, but we lacked a horse! - doglady
May 2008 - $10.00
The county in Craig, CO has put in RV sites at the fairgrounds. All trailers park on level asphalt along the fence with hookups. The county built a beautiful shower house that is kept spotless. What a relief from the high priced KOA in the area. I wish more cities and counties would do this. - rodeo1
Jul 2018 - $29.00
Tent camping with motorcycle. Typical over-priced KOA. Nice folks in office. Meager offerings in their "store". Showers were the cleanest I've ever found in a camp ground and I've stayed in hundreds of them! Nice large tent spots....unfortunately, the tent areas where infested with "earwig" bugs. Must have found over 20 of them in tent fly in the morning. I store my tent "fly" in the tent when packing / folding so unfortunately I transported many of them into my tent / gear for the subsequent nights. Every time I thought I got rid of all them more would appear. Be aware of "bug" situation. - hacker
Jun 2018 - $54.00
New owners who are very friendly and helpful and are working hard to get some renovations done. The restrooms and showers were excellent some of the best we have ever had. A nice touch is an extra utility pole at the back of the site which helps when, like ours, the electric connection is at the back of the trailer. Wifi was excellent. Easy access from US40 but minimal road noise. We have not given higher score as like 9 out of 10 KOAs it is overpriced which I am guessing is not the fault of the new owners. - Harris England
Jun 2018 - $41.00
New ownership, seem to be really nice folks. Our site was near the highway, but noise was not a problem. Fairly level, and everything worked fine. Had to have a cable box from the office to get the TV to work, but that is supposed to be remedied soon. Looks like there were some other upgrades underway, but we enjoyed it as-is. Wifi and At&T cell phone service both worked well. We would stay here again. - GoHorns!
Jun 2018 - $24.00
As usual, my perspective is as a traveler in a 40' MH towing, not camping. The good: This is a well maintained state park with plenty of room between sites. All sites have a steel pavilion with a picnic table to provide afternoon shade and one side is closed to provide protection from the west wind. The sites are raked gravel maintained by the camp host. The Yampa River is adjacent to the campground. They have a gravel walking path around the entire park. The laundry, restrooms, and showers are very well cleaned daily and open 24/7 except for a brief period mid-day for cleaning. W/D is only 75 cents per load each. All RV sites have 50amp power but no water or sewer. Very nice visitor center as well. They do not sell firewood but there's a fair amount on the ground around the pathway and campers are permitted to collect. The not so good: There is very little shade at the RV sites. Trees are too small and too few. The sun can really bake you in hot June temps. With temps in the high 90's I needed run all 3 A/C's to maintain high 70's in MH. The gravel at the shaded portion of the sites is rather fine and somewhat deep making it a bit difficult to walk through much like beach sand. It collects easily in sandals or clogs, too. There is no green grass anywhere except at the office / laundry buildings. Everywhere else is stiff brown stubble. Route 40 is probably less than 100 yards from the campground and, although it isn't terribly busy, the road noise is annoying in this otherwise quiet location. Traffic does reduce at night but trucks can be heard a long way off even inside the coach. While there for a few days, the campground lost power for over four hours one day, and I had interruptions on at least two other days. However, the loss was not the fault of the campground. Overall, a decent place to stay but not much to see or do in the nearby area. I would stay here again as an overnight or several day stay. - homey
Jun 2018 - $24.00
Large flat grassy cg with gravel roads and sites. No water at sites but scattered blue unusual spigots that on lifting lever water comes out below the spout through a large bottom hole with a brass ring about it. Pulling the ring down lets the water exit the expected spout. It took me 30 minutes to figure this out. Sites were widely spaced, a few had trees by them. CG right by the fast moving Yapa river with a boat put in. A nice paved dump at the cg entrance. The visit center/office was very nice with a huge area relief table map and displays. The bath house was by coin for shower, but unbelievibly beautiful with inexpensive washer/driers. - 210jem
Sep 2017 - $24.00
If you don't have the Colorado Parks pass, there is an additional $7 daily use fee. You can buy the annual pass for $70. If reserving online, the fee is $10. Check-in at the visitor center.
Interior roads are gravel. Sites are long and level; some are pull-throughs and some are back-ins. We had plenty of space for our 40' motor home and tow car in a back-in site, but longer units would probably fit better in a pull-through. Each site has a picnic table with a wind shelter, a fire pit, and an area for a tent. There is a separate tent camping area as well. 20/30/50 amp electric at each site, but no water or sewer. There are spigots throughout the campground, a dump station on site, and pit toilets throughout the campground. There is a building adjacent to the visitor center with showers, restrooms and laundry. There are plenty of shelves/bars in the shower rooms. The showers require 4 quarters for 4 minutes. There are two washers (currently $1.00) and two dryers (currently $0.75).
There is a children's play area, volley ball, and horse shoes. The visitor center is small, but worth a visit. Staff was friendly. The park is nicely maintained. There is no fenced pet area, but there is a loop trail around the park, about a mile. There were no OTA channels. Verizon cell service was fine, internet was slow at times, but we managed with our booster. This is our second time here, and we would stay again if passing through the area. - Guinness
May 2018 - $48.00
Brand New RV Park section added to the Routt County Fairgrounds. Newer bath house, coin operated but did not use showers. Has horse stables on site. Pets allowed. Very clean. - OurRVLife