This is a very old RV park but it has its charm. The sites are mostly around a big circle and has a pretty easy drive thru and relatively level. Too near a noisy highway. Our biggest problem was the rabbits. Hundreds of them. We could not walk our dog without a major battle. All she wanted to do was pull to chase the bunnies. The staff are very friendly and helpful and even helped me get backed into a site when I was here alone. Showers were OK. Good water pressure and plenty of space. - User3482
The rate is based on a monthly rate. I had a site close to the office but was never able to connect to Wi-Fi. The owners are very nice but this campground is in serious need of updating/ fixing. Most of the sites surround a common area with a dilapidated playground and an overgrown horseshoe pit. There were thistles growing all around the playground area--I was concerned the kids would get "stung" by that plant. There wasn't much grass--but a whole lot of weeds. It is teeming with rabbits which makes for a challenging walk with a dog. The water is very, very hard. Highway noise is constant. There were a lot of long term residents who have added fencing and other add ons to their RVs. I would not stay here again except as an overnight stop. - Susan C.
Bares bones park close to Colorado Springs. Sites are dirt/gravel. Wi-fi was very slow, non-working at times. Water flow was sporadic and electric was good. This park is right next to a busy highway, but since all windows were closed not too bad. We have stayed in most of the parks in the Springs. The price for this park is very high for what you get, but it is convenient to the east side of C.S, so it is OK from that standpoint. RV parks are very limited in CS. This park is OK as a parking point. We would stay here again for convenience. - milliganus