4 RV Parks near Ft. Morgan, Colorado
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Ft. Morgan. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Ft. Morgan in the left hand column.
Aug 2017 - $1.00
This is a free city park. One parks on the street at curbside electric sites. Not many sites available -- probably 12 to 16. First come, first parked. No camp supervision. - W Davidson
Jul 2016 - $1.00
This park has free overnight RV parking but donations are accepted. As others have said there is no water available so have some in your tank. Power outlets are mounted on utility poles. When we got here two trashed out trailers were occupying the only two 30 amp sites. They looked like they had been here for months - tires, grills and junk all around them. The rules say that stays are limited to 5 days in a 30 day period. This park is a hangout for local teens and they circled the camping area constantly for hours, revving their engines and playing their radios loudly. We felt like we were the wagon train being circled by Indians. We would have rated the park higher if not for the obnoxious locals who made it a point to bother the campers. They finally went away around 11 PM. The closest restroom was dirty with no door on the toilet stall and the sink built onto the toilet. There is a nicer restroom on the other side of the park. This is a very pretty park with a pond and hiking trails. - PodPeople
Oct 2015 - $5.00
We arrived mid afternoon on a Friday and set up. A couple of park employees were very nice and provided me with a construction cone to place next to my slideout since we were parked along side the street. I hooked to a 30 amp box and it worked for about an hour then my surge protector started tripping because of voltage surges. I finally switched to our solar. The park has a very nice setting with a couple of ponds and large grass areas. However, the one restroom we tried use was not clean and had standing water on the floor. The park is located alongside I-76, which was constantly noisy. There is also some kind of a processing plant just across the freeway that emitted sour smells most of the night. There were multiple parties going on until after 1:30 AM with auto stereos blaring especially the bass. We didn't see any security patrolling. The final straw was that at 2 AM we were abruptly awoken by someone banging on our RV door, then running off. We were ill at ease the rest of the night. Maybe staying there on a weeknight might be a different experience. We were very disappointed. - chamaman
Oct 2017 - $27.00
Rustic RV park - basically dirt/gravel lot behind the Clarion Inn. Nice Management learning how to manage an RV park. The office and laundry have limited hours but the laundry is new and has new machines. Restrooms clean but they need to be sure to keep water in the floor drains to avoid sewer gases. We were in site B23 which was not very level but the utilities were good. Sites a bit close together and no picnic tables at sites. Some trees but some clear shots for Satellite TV - Direct TV signal good and Verizon good. Several Long term residents but sites pretty well kept. Would stay again for a night when passing through. The owner called to confirm our reservation which we made online. Online reservation site is pretty basic. - NiMo
Jun 2017 - $27.00
Overnight stay only. Showers were not clean, but park value was high otherwise. - Happy To Be Here
Apr 2017 - $26.00
Made a reservation, was told the office would be closed by 3:00, but she would leave information with the desk at the Clarion hotel. I said fine and continued my journey toward Ft Morgan. When I arrived at 1:30 pm, I went to the Clarion office. The person on duty said she knew nothing about reservations and Clarion was not affiliated with the RVPark. She stated that someone was supposed to be there. I went to the RV park office. Closed. OK back to Clarion. "Is there any way to contact the folks operating the park?" No. Can we call your manager? Yes. She was really trying to be helpful but without contact info it's difficult. I ultimately gave up and left. If you have ANY option, avoid this place. The sites available to me had potholes in the gravel, it was not clean, the wifi was virtually non existent. Save yourself some trouble, pass this one. - Slsbl77
Jun 2017 - $20.00
Stayed at the campground Saturday June 3rd. We arrived at 9pm and there were a couple spots open. We only needed 30A AC for A/C, so we were set. Couple tent spots and a few RV spots with 50A service also available. Price was right since we were only staying the night (FREE). Area is dirt and gravel on a big loop. When on I-76, take the 90A or 90B exit (depends on direction) and head south on 71. Go straight down until you have to turn right (there are RV blue signs). Turn left to go south again. You will go over the railroad tracks. On the return home, we tried to stay again, but a lot of single vehicles parking in the RV spots. Will be contacting the city on need to enforce the number of vehicles per RV rule. Not much to do.... there is a bar and bakery within walking distance. A short drive to Drovers Restaurant for breakfast. - ChrisInJesupIA
Sep 2016 - $10.00
Simple city park, first night is free. 20/30/50 electric available. Most of the 50 amp hook ups are around the center island. Water pickets spread throughout, as well a dump and fill station. Bathrooms standard city park bathrooms, no doors on stalls. Gravel drive, some shade. Quite a few locals come to the park and fill up large water containers. Good for a overnight, not much to do around the town. Couple restaurants, bars, and a grocery store. - SprintingAcrossAmerica
Jul 2016 - $0.00
This campground is a good option for an overnight stay. The best part is that it's free for the first night! The campground is next to the city park, which features an outdoor public swimming pool ($2 a day). The pool also has evening swims on Wednesdays. There are public showers nearby which we assumed could be used by campers. The park also features the local history museum, but it wasn't open when we were there (and their hours aren't advertised). The campground has probably 16 spaces (not 60, which you may have read on the Brush city's website). The outside spots have 20 amp hook ups, and the interior spots have 30 amps. Some of the interior spots also had water hook ups. There are a couple of dedicated spaces for tenters. There were only a couple of 30-amp spaces available when we arrived in mid afternoon on a Tuesday. Most of the spaces are occupied by longer-term campers (they may be workers?). The park has a bit of a "sketchy" feel to it, but we did see the local police come through to check up on things. The campground is located on Clayton St, south of the main section of town and the train tracks. The trains are quite frequent, long, and loud at night. The campground is only a 10-minute walk to restaurants and shops in the downtown area. Overall, this park is a good value for a one-night stopover, and we would stay here again. - tripster
Mar 2018 - $24.00
Site 95 puts your front door about 15 feet from the lake where you can fish in a private area. There are trees around the lake and in the campground but the surrounding area is flat and fairly treeless. The lake is gorgeous, with lots of activities. In the Pelican Loop, the ground rises away from the lake so sites that aren't right next to it will still have a lake view. The picnic tables are in very bad shape -- burned and filthy. You can't really sit at the one at my site. The fire pit at site 95 is only a few inches from the ground, and the grate is flat on the ground. The site is a mix of dirt and sand. The water at the dump station was not on in March, so it was really bad where people had spilled black water. - OffroadGirl
May 2017 - $31.00
Off the beaten path but well marked to get there. Our site was a pull through at the waters' edge. Picnic table and fire pit were in an edged gravel area. Beautiful view of the lake. However it rained and the wind blew the 3 days we were there. Staff at the Visitor's Center was very friendly. - Betsy_02
Aug 2016 - $24.00
Jackson Lake is not a lake, it is a reservoir. It rests in the Colorado plains about 1.5 hours east and north of Denver. The east and south side are one long dam. Jackson Lake Campground has tent and RV camping with lakeside sights, just beware. We brought a kayak and small pontoon boat, but were unable to access water from our campsite, #008, Lakeside Campground. There is a jagged rock shore, which I didn't not attempt to climb. My 34-year-old son was able to get to the water in tennis shoes. The rocks covered about 15-20 of a slanted shore. We were told there is sand after that; a beach that shows up later in the summer (we visited early August) when the reservoir drains.
There is a marina, but we did not have a vehicle for the drive because our sight was "lakeside".
There are showers (and flush toilets), the water was hot! And strong! That is great, but the women's shower needed a spray of bleach water, the walls were moldy. Or at least, they appeared to be moldy.
Jackson seemed to be great for boaters, jet skis and fisherman. My grandson caught a huge (20"?) carp on his first throw using a kiddie rod. We weren't surprised as there are dead carp on the shore stinking up the camp. We saw at least 15. We were told the fisherman kill them and they wash up on the west side. My son moved two to avoid the smell, they were in various states of decay.
If you look at the website, the campground map shows stairs that lead to the water. These are great for kids, but hardly fun for anyone without balance as the steps are mossy and slick, made of concrete.
Saturday and Sunday were full; we arrived on Thursday and it was quiet. The spaces are far apart, great for dogs and parties. We may not go back without a boat. The west beach was okay for kids, however, we were interested in paddling. Not our cup of tea, but likely good for families and boaters. - HollyB