2 Parks near Glenwood Springs, Colorado
May 2015 - $35.00
Lovely park, but very steep with sharp turns. I did see some big rigs manage it but my driving skills wouldn't be up to the task.
Tables at each site were tall with no chairs. - chateau citation
May 2015 - $35.00
Considering there are few camp options around Glenwood, this facility offers the most for one's money. It was built years ago with a vision by the current owner's dad, back in the day when RV'ers had a Buick and a canned ham trailer, so yes, the sites aren't (and can't be made into) very friendly to today's 100 ft diesel pusher with a boat and a Harley...
It's a campground built years ago on the side of a mountain, pretty remarkable. If your expectations can be lowered some from comparing it to a facility built last year, you will relax and enjoy. As far as location, you are within biking distance to everything Glenwood offers. There are lots of walk/bike trails. - metalsideup
Sep 2014 - $35.00
Driving in uphill, the host was very pleasant and happy to make suggestions for Glenwood Springs attractions and for our next nights stop south of here. Parking downhill from the office, all sites are close together with no trees/scrubs between the gravel sites. The terraced layout means that you are not looking in another camper's window. Our pull-through site was level. Most sites are full hook-ups. Traffic noise from I-70 just down the hill can be heard when sitting outside, but is consistent and without annoying rumble-strips. Great campground to explore the area, including the Glenwood Farmers Market and Hot Spring Pool. Good Verizon phone and MiFi connections. We will return. - AluminumCloud
Jun 2015 - $54.00
Nice park and some sites on the Colorado River but the views from the other sites aren't bad either. Good Wifi. Site we stayed in was spacious and clean. There are trees at the back of the sites we stayed in and the hookups are clear in the back so you either have a choice of hookups or satellite. There is no cable. Of course, if you have long hoses/electrical cord no issues. We would stay here again. - Steve & Terri
Apr 2015 - $58.00
Call ahead for accurate rates! We'd planned for a two day stay in Glenwood Springs on the way home, based on their Website's quoted Off Season rate of $40.00. The price upon check in was actually $63.80. Also be prepared to pay $5.00 per dog, as is stated on their website. Although stated, it is a very unusual extra nightly cost. Their off season rate had been changed to peak season about a month ago, according to the front desk employee. This isn't peak season anywhere in the mountains of Colorado and there are very few guests. This is false advertisement. Their sites are not set up to be user friendly as their water and septic are at the front of the site, while the electric is in the back. Overall extremely dismayed at paying 72.39 per night for parking in a gravel parking lot, and that's with a 10% Good Sam discount. - wego
Sep 2014 - $54.00
We were here just for an overnight stay, and this campground was excellent for that. Pretty expensive, but what a view! We were in the "upper" area for larger rigs. Our site was level and easy to setup in. I did have to use two lengths of sewer hose to reach the connection, but that's why I carry two sections. I would stay here again of passing thru this area. - gfs1943