22 RV Parks near Creede, Colorado
Jun 2016 - $40.00
Located in a resort with cabins, motel, and high class restaurant. The Rio Grande runs through the property with a lovely bridge crossing it. The RV Park is square and all are back-ins. We were in site 16 which is at the end of a road, so easier to back straight in. We also had a beautiful view through the back window. The park wasn't crowded so we had no one next to us, it might be tight if it were full. - jem11
Oct 2015 - $21.00
Nightly rate is based on monthly stay. The scenery is well worth the price to stay here. We stayed for two months. The staff is friendly and helpful. Our site was level and wide enough. There is a nice playground and lots of wildlife. We love the area and plan on coming back next summer. - Tandgtucker
Aug 2015 - $38.00
This is a small park located on the Rio Grande River, a few miles out of Creede. All sites are back in on grass/gravel with a concrete patio and picnic table. We only need 30 amp as the 8,900 ft elevation offers warm days and cool nights.The sky is open for satellite and internet is adequate. Verizon cell is good, not excellent. Very quiet, both day and night. At this elevation, the stars at night are magnificent. Not all sites are the same width, ours was a little tight and if you have a big 5er like we do, backing in can be a little challenging, but do-able. - ronboett
Jul 2017 - $9.00
The rate reflects a 50% Senior Pass discount. This is a small campground on Highway 149 along the Rio Grande River about 7 miles west of Creede. It is slightly below the highway, so that with the sound of the river, traffic sounds are not objectionable. Most of the sites are reservable; we arrived early in the day and were able to secure a first-come site, but I wouldn't depend on it. Be aware that the campground entrance has changed so that your GPS might guide you to the wrong entrance road. The entrance is now just after you cross the Rio Grande coming from Creede. The campground does not have a dump station and, during our visit, had no water. You can take care of these needs in Creede at a city-provided dump and water fill just west of the Creede Visitor Center. (Donation of $5 requested.) There are few trees for shade, but the campground is at around 8,800 feet, so stays fairly cool even in the middle of summer. We had no problem getting DirecTV. There was only a very weak Verizon signal. With our booster, we did get 3G and very, very slow internet. There is a camp host. Her young son was very helpful in finding a spot for us. - TheJim
Sep 2017 - $25.00
We stayed 1 mo in our 36'MH. The grounds are unbelievable and we would have scored higher but the WIFI is very unreliable and cell service (AT&T & Verizon) is spotty. One is out in the boonies and at 9100' elevation here so be prepared. All sites are back-in and huge. Most campers have an ATV or 4WD as a USFS is nearby. Flyfishing on the Rio Grande is fantastic. - RVFRab
Sep 2017 - $44.00
Overall, a nice park that is very pretty itself in addition to the beauty of these Colorado mountains. Depends on what you're looking for if you'll want to stay here. It's nice and cool mornings in Creede in September so that's what we were after. Maybe 1/2 of the park is dedicated to "purchase" spaces and the other 1/2 is for temporary stays.
Mountain trail RZRing is popular so almost every one of the owners has a four wheeler they take out regularly as there are numerous trails in the area.
We stayed in the "resort" side where we had a concrete patio, level site, good water, nicely landscaped. We had absolutely no wifi, no tv stations available, and no cable offered. Felt like upscale camping due to the site itself.
Our dogs had lots of trouble getting to somewher they could do their business as the park prohibits dogs on anything grassy or green, 2 as they say. The driveways are not asphalt and consist of large and small river stones which apparantly hurt our dogs' paws so they were reluctant to walk around much (very unusual for them). For dog owners, this to us was a big negative and we won't be back. If you're not a pet owner, no problem except that vehicle travel over their driveways is pretty noisy.
The entrance has a flagpole which has a permanent US flag flying. When we arrived the flag had no light on it at night, breaking respectful protocol, and I mentioned to those in the office that the flag should be taken down each night or a light needed to be on the flag. Good for them 3 days later a light was shining on the flag at night. It appeared to be an all weather flag as well, which is proper. - Wolfeman99
Sep 2017 - $39.00
Very clean professional park, we stayed on RV park side as resort side required a 30' RV. Site was mostly gravel, very level, space was approximately 40' wide by 50' deep allowing plenty of room. Trees are relatively new so little shade, gravel pad was good as afternoon showers would have made dirt/grass muddy. Restrooms were very clean. We were there 4 days in with two rallys. Was able to walk dog across road to open field to run. We will return. - Colotraveler
Aug 2016 - $15.00
This August will be our 3rd year to stay at this awesome park. There are no showers or restrooms in the park, but there are restrooms located in the Lodge. The sites are nothing special, but the views are remarkable, being located in a canyon with walls of almost 1000 feet tall. The Rio Grande flows through the park and is available for float trips furnished by the park. Guided horseback riding is also available. Some days you can watch the bighorn sheep gracefully come down the mountainside and graze next to the park. The gift shop is worth the trip and the restaurant is very good. I hate to write this review because it is getting harder to get a spot as it gets more RVers staying here. There is free Wi-Fi and it is good if you are close to the laundry or you can access it on the bench at the laundry. TV reception is nonexistent so bring your satellite dish or lots of movies. Phone service is lousy, but you can drive a mile up the road and Verizon is great! - Hugh Sparkman
Aug 2016 - $34.00
Stayed here in Aug, 2016 in a Class A motorhome. Camp owners and hosts are friendly and helpful. Beautiful views. The park is next to a hill with a huge rock bluff (probably over 700 ft to the top) on one side and the Rio Grande River on the other side.
Campground has rental jeeps and horseback rides with a guide. Only minutes from both South Fork and Creede. Good fishing, both stream and lakes, in the area.
Campground is nothing special with most of the sites without shade, only 8-10 had shade. Most sites are pull through and all sites are gravel with varying levelness. No picnic tables. Restaurant on site for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Good food. - Camper71-2004
Jul 2016 - $22.00
This is a very well located park with the Rio Grande River running through the resort and an amazing towering rock mountain just behind it. One morning I saw a herd of bighorn sheep on the grassy area just behind us!
There is a restaurant, store and ice cream parlor on site. The ice cream cones are large, inexpensive and you can sit on the patio and watch hummingbirds while you eat.
Friendly campers and grassy sites are a plus, as is the open sky for dish, not always available in these mountains.
Phone and internet are poor to non-existent and the laundry leaves it bit to be desired.
Fishing is available on the grounds as well as jeep and raft rentals and horseback rides. - ronboett
Jul 2017 - $32.00
This park is a large gravel parking lot. There are a few shaded spaces but they are taken by the regulars that come here every year. The wifi did not work most of the time. No OTA or cable tv. One reviewer said that there was a store. There is nothing there that resembles a store. The office is a 10 X 10 building that sells t-shirts. The new owners are trying to improve the park but the day to day activities in the park appear to be dictated by the long term guests. Good place for an overnight stop. - dok
Jul 2017 - $12.00
Neat small park with many group activities and good people, both staff and guests. Super clean and well cared for. The only drawback is the sites are a little close and not near enough shade trees. The rate quoted is a monthly rate. - bigt
Apr 2017 - $16.00
A tidy RV park situated in a great location for hiking, mountain biking, and ATV trails. Quiet town with everything you need including a great RV supply store. The park has a great community with many return guest. Friendly staff and clean restrooms. Even the fish cleaning station was tidy. - BJR
Jul 2016 - $30.00
We stayed here for a quick overnight stop while passing through the area. Park was fairly empty. We were given one of the 3 pull-through sites and it was easy to get our 43-footer into, but would have been very tight if we had a neighbor. Water spigot was much too close to the sewer. A little pricey for an overnight for what you get, but easy highway access. - Xcountrypartyof5
Aug 2017 - $24.00
Camp hosts and owner were helpful and friendly. This is a base camp, South Fork has limited restaurants. We stayed a month and was able to enjoy the surrounding area. Gravel back in sites that are tight . Only one grocery and gas station. Most regulars 4 wheel and keep to their groups. WiFi was poor. At&T reception in area also poor. South Fork is good for one night stay while passing through. - love-the-life
Aug 2017 - $28.00
Rated by Good Sam a little better than I would. Wi fi offered, but did not work for us. Cell phone service dropped calls. Back-in sites were small and close together. Sites are level, but no shade. - W Davidson
Aug 2017 - $27.00
All gravel park, located next to town community center and 4 pickleball courts! Sites are divided up by metal poles in the ground, but very level, all gravel, and easy in and out. We backed in our 38' rig and parked the Jeep right in front. The office staff were super friendly and offered several really good suggestions for Jeep trails and more. The wifi SHOULD be good, but something is wrong. They have 100 MB fiber, but download speeds are horrendous at less than 1 MB at times. The lady in the office is not that computer savvy and my techie husband told her to call the provider and told her what to ask them to improve service. Not particularly scenic views from the park, but we weren't there except in the evenings when we would sit out and chill for a bit. Hookups were good, except no cable TV, and cell service in the area was not great for AT&T. No TV channels by air at all. We needed more movies to watch and ran out the 2nd night. Clean sites and I would stay there again if we just couldn't get in some place a little less crowded and more scenic. - RJeffcoat
Sep 2017 - $28.00
I see the most recent reviews are from 2015 and I believe the part must have deteriorated in the time. Everything needed paint. The worker had to rush to our site with a weed eater before we could park because the weeds were knee high. Most of the gravel was filling in with weeds. The only reason I gave it a 5 is because everybody was very friendly and helpful. We would not stay here again. - Trek Across America
Aug 2015 - $28.00
Small park, about 33 spaces, mostly back in, rec. hall and separate game/card room, music, jams most evenings, July thru August, fishing, hiking, very scenic area, mushrooms in season, pool table and WII in Rec. hall, 5 mph in park. Many long term (monthly Rvers ) campers stay until Sept. Oct. Convenience store and fuel also on property. - txprospector
Jul 2011 - $21.00
Very convenient for a stop over. Right next to Rainbow Grocery which has almost every thing you might need or want: food, automotive, sporting goods and RV supplies and prices are not bad at all. Right in the middle of town at the intersection of US160 and the road up to Creed. Surprisingly quiet. Filled with people from Paradise, TX that come every year for the last 40 years. Country/Western music jam session are frequent. Club house with pool table. Friendly owners that guide you in and help you set up. It's pretty tight - all back in spots with rear hookups. I had quite a stretch to make with my sewer hose, ended up moving over a couple of feet so I didn't have to go under the RV. I would camp here again only out of convenience. - creageous
Jul 2017 - $12.00
This is a very nice park. We enjoy it very much. This is the sixth summer in a row to come here. Management very friendly and helpful. Reasonable in price. Nice club house. A lot of the same camping people each year. They changed out their wifi and it works great. - Seemore
Jul 2017 - $28.00
Our pull-through site was reasonably level and long enough for our 40 ft motorhome and toad. Road turns were a little tight but I didn't leave any paint behind. Poor Verizon signal (1 bar of 1x speed). Surprisingly good wifi. No trees in our area to block our satellite. Backside of the campground is surrounded by steep rock walls and any sites close to them might have problems with their satellite dish. Friendly staff. - arpijay
Jun 2017 - $25.00
Female owners is rude. Campground is a parking lot...NO shade. bathrooms are nasty. Shower room is filthy. Laundry room was filthy. Pond below our site was so full of mold and contaminated we had to leave early because the mold smell was making all of us sick. Just one mile North are beautiful campgrounds don't stay at this one it's a waste of your money! We have been traveling United States for 2 years this is the worst Campground in which we have ever stayed. - myalovesme
Jul 2014 - $26.00
New mgmt, still a little unorganized, tried to charge us above the original price agreed. Fortunately, we had the email showing the price we agreed to. Wifi never worked, they kept promising it was being worked on but nothing ever happened on it. We requested 50 amp, but they only have four sites out of 50 that have 50 amp and they were occupied, one by a smaller trailer that was using 30 amps. Bathrooms, showers and laundry are NOT ADA accessible (25 years into the law). A fellow camper was in a wheel chair and could not use them. Over all, great visuals and nice location, but for the price, I expect better. - Orlan
Jun 2014 - $32.00
This Cg was a nice peaceful overnight for us. It was only about a third full, with mainly retired RVers from Arkansas and Texas. It was grassy, clean, and quiet. Owner was very friendly and we will be back. - number one
Jun 2011 - $29.00
We stopped because we were tired already and this area was beautiful. The campground was not the greatest but we had a nice experience overall. The managers even lent us a BBQ and were very nice. We did not use the showers or bathrooms, but I did check them out and they looked clean. The laundry has good prices compared to other campgrounds we stayed. There are no facilities for kids but we only spent the night and left very early so it work out for us. - ArTom