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16 RV Parks near Falcon, Colorado
Aug 2018 - $60.00
Originally planned on staying at Pikes Peak CG for one night but extended it to three. Great location right by Garden of the Gods, Pikes Peak, Manitou Springs. The girls in the office were exceptionally friendly and helpful. Wifi was excellent. The sewer tap is right on the property line up against your neighbor's patio; electrical pedestal was easily accessible. There was construction going on in the front part of the park where it appears a fenced dog area was being added. Very nice place. Only downsides were the price ($60.00/night) and the size of the sites. Some storms blew through the first night and the large tree next to me dropped some small dead limbs onto the roof of my travel trailer as well as my neighbors. The trees really should be better maintained. Overall, a great little park staffed by some very friendly people. - rcknrbn
Aug 2018 - $62.00
There are many dumpy parks in the area for those who are just simply looking for a place to park to enjoy the sites of Colorado Springs. This is not one of those parks. It is very tight getting in, so before coming here, you better know how to drive your rig. However, if you don't, the staff will help you. Site was a little slanted left-to-right. However, W/E/S all worked well. Cable here was the best of any park as they had over 30 channels available. Bathrooms were cleaned daily. Park is a quarter mile from Garden of the Gods which we found out on the last day of our stay. Sites were shaded with a nice view of the mountains coming out of the park. Also had a small trail next to the park for dog walking. Staff was one of the best I've encountered. A bit hipster, but very funny and extremely helpful. A bit pricey, but it goes with the territory as every park in the area - even the dumpy ones - charge a premium. Absolutely would stay here again. Marijuana is legal in Colorado. However, this park does not allow marijuana smoking outside of your rig, and they will throw you out if you do so. I found this to be one of the main selling points of coming here. However, if you do want to smoke, find another park. - RLT1
Aug 2018 - $65.00
Really the main thing is the way the park is set up. The spaces are too tight and when you do get into the space there is barely enough room for the slideout. Then your hookups may be on the wrong side, so bring extentions. If you tow a car, parking will be a problem also because of the small spaces. Other than that it was clean and kept up pretty good. - Roy d mercer
Jun 2006 - $27.00
Very quiet, secluded camp with a wonderful view of Garden of the Gods. Amenities limited and owner not very friendly/helpful but nonetheless a pleasant place to stay. - Traveling On
Oct 2018 - $33.00
Make reservations online for this campground. We came during winter season so rates a little less but you still have to pay the daily use fee of $7 unless you have an annual CO state pass. The campground is beautiful and on the side of the mountain so views are great. Sites are concrete, level, some back-in and pull-through. We had full hookups on Gobbler Grove loop. There is a campstore, laundry, showers. There are trails a visitor center with gift store. We would definitely return. - mohocamper
Sep 2018 - $30.00
Great campground. Level concrete sites that have lots of open space between them. Great views, friendly staff and lots of trails. Colorado Springs is just a short distance away for any food, entertainment, etc. Or just hang out in the quiet park. - Oz Traveler
Sep 2018 - $30.00
Very nice sites scattered around the side of the mountain. Concrete pads, asphalt streets. Big rig friendly. Several ota channels and clear shot for satellite. - rockhill
Jul 2017 - $10.00
I can't believe I am the only one who reviews this lovely NFS park. The 3 mile gravel road to the park is now in very good condition. The drive is beautiful and not at all scary. All the roads in the Ramparts Recreation Area are paved. Sites are gravel. There are 3 pull thru sites that will take rigs up to 40 feet. There is shade and privacy especially on the outside loop. Reservations are available and recommended as the park fills up Thursday to Monday. This is a place for people who love the great outdoors with hiking, kayaking, fishing and biking. Hosts are visible and helpful. Showers and dumping are available in Woodlawn Park. - NT2013
Jul 2015 - $9.00
I reviewed this campground some years ago and have not been back since the Waldo Canyon fire in 2012 came within 100 feet of taking this beautiful little campground out. This is a NFS campgound. No hook ups.
Sites are very nice, large, shady and well maintained. Roads within the recreation area are paved. Signage is good. Hiking and fishing are wonderful. The 4 mile gravel road from Woodland Park has been graded since the fire but it is still wash board in places. The speed limit on the road is 20 miles an hour for a reason. If you love nature and are looking for peace and quiet this is a great place. Meadow Ridge is one of 2 campgrounds in the Rampart Reservoir Recreation area. To reach Meadow Ridge turn left immediately before you reach the entrance pay station. The second camp ground, Thunder Ridge is pass the entrance. It is closer to the lake but it is best for tents and pop up trailers as it is quite tight. This area is very popular with mountain bikers, hikers and fisher persons. You will need reservations on weekends. Tents or small rigs probably can get a spot on weekdays. There is no cell phone reception in the campground . Verizon comes in if you walk up to the fee station--short walk. - NT2013
Jul 2010 - $17.00
The only reason I did not rate this campground as a 10 was the terrible wash boarded 3.5 miles of gravel that led up to it. Pull thru sites 14, 16 and 18 are some of the best I've seen. Hiking is wonderful and fairly easy--not straight up or down. This campground is for those who want an outdoors experience. Fishing is wonderful. The camp ground sits about 400 feet above the lake. There is a trail down to it plus a great trail around the lake. I plan to go back. Reservations are required on weekends and a good idea for week days. I camped in a 30 foot travel trailer. - NT2013
May 2018 - $30.00
Okay, the entrance is a little tricky - steep and narrow road. But we enjoyed our stay here so much. The wi-fi is incredible! I've never had such a strong, fast signal in an RV park. The park is so peaceful and you look up at mountains. The owners are very nice and they have a big, lazy dog that is so quiet and gentle. Wouldn't hurt a fly. We would welcome the opportunity to stay here again. - smockingsal
Aug 2016 - $36.00
If you like lots of kids, constant traffic noise and the overpowering odor of (???), this is the place for you.
The staff was very friendly at check in. We didn't spend a lot of time in the campground so that helped. If your vacation is spending all the time in the campground you can, this is not the place for you.
The bathroom and showers were disgusting, loud and constantly crowded. We won't be spending our camping dollars at Lone Duck again. - JasonS
Jul 2016 - $32.00
Nice and shaded park. Quiet and has great ammentities. - Stacy47
Sep 2018 - $45.00
This park is unique to say the least. We actually enjoyed our stay here, but had to get past a few quirks. The sites are all pull through and you share the electricity pole and water connection with your neighbors next door. The electric hook up has both 30 and 50 amp. That means one of you gets 50, the other gets 30 and someone will need to hook up by running the electric cord under the unit. The water connection has two spouts so everyone gets water, but again someone will need to hook up by running the water hose under the unit. Every site has sewer. The park has been around a long time and is looking a bit tired, but we found it to be peaceful and high enough for some nice views. All the roads, are dirt, including the one from the office to the actual campground which is a one lane and rather steep. The sites are shaded and have both a picnic table and fire ring. Our site was level. The park is well located for site seeing in and around Colorado Springs. - the Fishers
Sep 2018 - $52.00
This campground is out of the city enough to feel remote yet close enough to be convenient to all the attractions we wanted to take in during our planned 3 night stay. We were aghast, however, when we drove in to settle into our spot, at the condition of the interior roads and the sites. Sites were not only unlevel, but rutted and sometimes even inaccessible by our 38ft MH. We would have bottomed out had we attempted to park in the site we had been assigned. The staff was very accommodating in getting us into a different site, but only offered sites that were available the full span of our stay. It scared us to think what would have happened if we had been there during a busy time. We did find a site and sat back and watched as other RVs came in and experienced the same issues. When was the last time you had to use a level pad to level the picnic table! We thoroughly enjoyed our time at Colorado Springs, but would never recommend this park especially at the premium rate we were charged $52/night FHU. - BaseballFans
May 2018 - $50.00
This is a quite rustic campground in a spectacular setting. Be prepared for dirt sites and some challenges with leveling. There are many excellent walking opportunities in and adjacent to the campground. Be cautious about the deluxe site option for an extra $10/day. This is simply an adjacent site which has been abandoned from active use. If you need/like extra space, it may be worth the money. The onsite insect museum (for an extra fee) is excellent. - Tonita