12 RV Parks near Greeley, Colorado
May 2009 - $20.00
This is a small RV park (about the size of a backyard) at 917 31st Ave in Greeley. There is no sign, but it's down a driveway behind an auto repair shop and apartment at this address. Water pressure is quite low, so had to hand fill the water tanks and use the internal pump. Of all the campgrounds I have stayed at this had the filthiest rest room (there is one coed rest room- when checking in was told to knock before using restroom) Owner only comes down on weekends, but you can mail a check or pay on the weekend. Although absentee management you are given a business card in case of problems or questions, and he is quick to return calls. I learned to leave my screen door shut, otherwise one of the many friendly cats in the RV park will invite itself in your RV! - Traveling man
Jul 2016 - $32.00
This is our first stay in this RV park and will stay there again when we're in the area. Check-in went smoothly and we received clear directions to our site. Bathrooms and showers were clean. - Loving Retirement
May 2016 - $36.00
I stay in RV parks for a month at a time, so I am not entirely clear on the nightly rate. This park is a relic, nothing has been updated in at least 40 years. The electrical connections are underneath, so you have to loop your cord around the top so it doesn't fall out. It is on HWY 36 just down the road from a massive feed lot, so there will be the aroma of cow from time to time. The spaces are incredibly small and the roads are even smaller, expect to have a tough time pulling a large RV into the spaces. The staff is very nice and the price is reasonable. They do also have metered LP gas, in case you will be spending a long time in the winter. Overall, I have stayed in worse parks, but not many. - Mike Benedik
Nov 2015 - $30.00
Greeley RV Park is priced right for anyone who hates themselves. The staff are insanely rude and openly mock anyone with an older RV. They won't let anyone with an RV built before 2005 stay for more than a couple of nights. Nobody wants to use the bathrooms because they look like they've never been cleaned and the campground smells like sewage. The best thing about this place will be when it gets shut down for health code and environmental violations! - WrathOfPhontex
Jul 2016 - $38.00
So sorry about this place. We stayed here many years ago and it was nice. Now mostly long term people with permanent things added to their sites. No one seems to pick up after their dogs. Parking was very crowded...had to unhook to even go to site. Office staff was very friendly. - travel2011
Jan 2016 - $18.00
The park has power issues (very low voltage on one leg) which prevented the use of standard RV Surge protectors and low water pressure making showers a bit of a challenge.
RV Spaces are *very* tight. I had a family of HEAVY smokers next door that churned out more smoke than a Semi-Truck. With the trailers packed so close you get all the odors from your neighbor. Naturally they felt no reason to accomodate any nonsmoker requests. Had to resort to a filter mask. Due to tempuratures I was not able to use fans to clear out the RV air.
I was planning to stay through March, but ended up leaving after the first month. - WillD
May 2015 - $32.00
We stayed in space where we had more room between our units as ours was older unit. Newer units with slides and awnings will find it more challenging. Laundry facilities are taxing the drain system and overflow the drains, yet no warning signs are placed out. When office closes, not always as hours posted, no one will answer telephone until voicemail is listened to the following day, unless Sunday. Read all park posted signs pertaining to video taping and supposed rules, it may make your stay "easier?".
Sites are "graveled" still have drainage issues. - Traveler25
May 2017 - $16.00
Cons-In need of a facelift Old & unmaintained. No place for dogs, defunct mini golf course (if you want to call it that) no wifi, no cable or internet hook ups, no place for parking, majority permanent residents Pros- Great cell reception, cheap, shopping nearby, friendly residents. - Lostnsummr
Jun 2012 - $19.00
Friendly owners which are very laid back. This is not your normal run RV Park. But I will stay here when ever we are in the area. Park could be greatly improved by making the permanent residents clean up around their sites. The Park has great access to the surrounding area. - From the Kites
Jan 2012 - $25.00
This is more like a trailer park the a campground. This place is more then half full of permanent trailers.It is looking run down and old. The whole place needs a face lift. There are nice people living there but a lot of junk laying around. - dozerdog
Sep 2017 - $52.00
We noted some of the negative comments of others, but found them tolerable. This is obviously an older park built before the days of big rigs. Although a bit congested, we had enough room in an end row site. The staff was super in getting us into our site safely and easily and we decided to stay over an extra day. The park is conveniently located off Interstate 25 and State Highway 34 with shopping close by and lots of things to do and places to go in the area. All in all, the park was nearly full the two times we stayed there -- which says a lot about the facility. - Gene Hain
Sep 2017 - $50.00
This campground is conveniently located off of Rt 25 in Loveland. All the sites are shaded by tall mature trees. There is a playground, pool, mini golf and dog run. Restrooms are clean. Showers are nice. The back grassy areas of the park are occupied by seasonal campers. The front gravel areas (with no grass) are used for nightly campers. These sites are slightly small and arranged in a staggered parking pattern where the passenger (door) sides of RVs are facing each other. The only way to arrange your picnic tables is to position them side-by-side with your neighbor, which doesn't allow much privacy. Unfortunately that means that the 2nd RV to each pair of sites usually ends up with no private eating area because the 1st RV gets the optimum table between the 2 rigs. We didn't like this too much. There is also a lot of road noise from Rt 25 and Rt 34. We probably would pick another campground next time even though the facility is clean, convenient and the staff is friendly. - EVO_Bob
Jun 2017 - $55.00
I do not recommend this place to anyone. We were disconnecting from our trailer when 4 police officers came over to us and one asked if we had seen a couple of women. The fire station is close and they are busy. Highway 34 traffic never ceases. Our site was un-level, the sewer hookup was broke off to the point even with a donut it wouldn't seal, the only way we could set up and still park our pickup left us with a huge tree trunk about 3 feet high right at the end of our steps and our water spigot was cracked and leaked our entire stay. Once you left the office the staff was pleasant. The wifi worked well for us and the Verizon signal was weak. This park is packed full of full time residents. The sites are narrow and very close to your neighbor. This place is pretty run down. Only as a last resort would we stay here again. - Ghettomedic
Sep 2017 - $32.00
We spent 2 nights here as we were traveling through. The location worked well for us to visit friends and relatives. Fortunately they have 50 amp here as we had to run AC because of heat and campfires nearby. It worked out that we took a day to visit Rocky Mt. Nat'l Pk. Sites are asphalt and curved and not long enough for MH and toad to stay attached. Electric was fine; no sewer or water, restrooms and dump station nearby, many channels on broadcast tv, no wifi. Price high for limited utilities/ camping & daily fee, but typical of Co.state parks. - JAWS
Sep 2017 - $24.00
We have been to Boyd Lake several times. The last time we were here was 2016 and not much has changed. Still a good campground for the money and the proximity to the lake for boating is great! Not much to add as previously stated. Out site was level, good power and clean. We do use our patio mat to keep the gravel out as the sites are asphalt with gravel. - colochoclab
Aug 2017 - $21.00
$21 was the Aspen Leaf Senior pass price. We were a little disappointed at first because Boyd isn't nearly as nice as other Colorado state parks we have visited. Asphalt is pretty rough, sites are kind of short, only electric hook-up and not much privacy between sites. But, it grew on us and we enjoyed our stay very much. Great bike path. Nice view of the mountains. Lots of grass for dog walking. We didn't use the restrooms but the laundry room was nice. More trees in A loop where we stayed the first night and then moved to C loop in order to get satellite TV. Verizon wasn't very strong but I was able to use the hotspot. We would return. - thekites
Aug 2017 - $30.00
We stayed in the full hookup section right on one of the ponds, which gave us beautiful sunset views. There was a shelter over the picnic table which provided shade and wind protection, a very nice feature. The site was an easy level pull-thru. There are cleared trails around every pond, many of which interconnect, providing very convenient dog walking. Both Denver and Boulder are under an hour drives. There is an additional day use fee of $6/day plus a $10 reservation fee but it is still a very good value. We really enjoyed our stay here. - Dapper
Jul 2017 - $31.00
We stayed in the newer, full hookup section, so this review is specific to that area. First the good. Very nice large sites with nice spacing between them. The way the campground is organized in large loops mean you aren't looking out toward close neighbors and have some really nice views from your patio area. Long, very wide, and flat concrete pads which also include concrete around the electric pedestal and water/sewer hookups (no mud!). Really decent price for full hookups. Any of the sites in the full hookup section are very big rig friendly. You can't go wrong with any, but when selecting your site online, try to find one further from the highway and off the main gravel campground road. Also, during warmer months, take into account orientation so you get afternoon shade from your rig. The bad...close to busy highway so you get consistent, pretty loud highway noise. The roads in the newer section are all very, very dusty gravel so there is a lot of dust kicked up any time anyone drives through. No shade other from your rig or site shelter. A few more dings...the dumpster and recycling can were always full. No dog waste stations anywhere in park. Nice short walking paths around the ponds. - Jerry and Betsy
Jul 2017 - $30.00
This may not be the most attractive state park around, but it does have a lot going for it. Full hookups for $30, very large, spacious sites, plenty of places to walk with trails around most of the many small lakes, excellent Verizon and AT&T coverage, and a reasonable drive to Longmont and Boulder. Sites are completely level concrete, with a covered gravel picnic area. When outside we can hear the interstate but it's far enough to not be loud or bothersome. The full-hookup section is mostly wide open with few, if any, trees, and is all dirt roads so our car was a mess, and when walking our dog outside we had to deal with lots of dust when other cars drove by. The electric-only section of the campground has paved roads, many mature trees, and is much prettier. We had to deal with some mosquitoes but it wasn't bad compared to some other spots we've camped recently. We'll return in the future to spend more time exploring the Boulder area. - LifeRebooted
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This may be a very nice park in the future, but it is in the developmental stage! We had called 45 days previously for reservations. As we were getting close, we called around 11:45 AM to see if anyone would be in the "office" during the lunch hour. No answer; left message and telephone number. Arrived around 1 pm and had reservations for two nights (made on June 24); no one there (only "office" was an RV with flat tires) so we called campground number again and left another message. Additionally, there were four other names and numbers on a big board in front of RV so we called all of them and left messages. One gentleman called me back and said they were out of town and a lady was on duty. Left another message for her and explained what the gentleman said to me.
We saw an empty spot (only one) so assumed it was ours and set up. (It was the only empty spot) No one came back that night and no one called. No one called on Monday. Around 6:25 pm a woman showed up at our RV site, presumably the lady I called. Apparently, they had no record of our calling and making a reservation, and she said she did not get any voice mail messages either. Thankfully, no one needed our spot Monday evening so we paid $35/night (very pricey for this new park without laundry facilities or office). FYI, all but one site are for long-term campers. That one site was full for a week (we had already talked with them to see what they knew about checking in). Hopefully, they will have short-term camp sites sometime in the future.
It is VERY close to railroad tracks and they are VERY ACTIVE day and night. Long-term campers are workers and start their diesel engines early; i.e., 5:30 am.
On the plus side for this RV Park, these are large, long RV sites; mostly pull thru sites; fairly good WIFI and cell service; no problem with satellites since no trees.
If you are looking for a short term stay, look elsewhere. We would not stay here again. - vmi1962
May 2015 - $20.00
Price reflects monthly rate. This is a very new camp ground and is still under construction. It is off to a good start with well laid out parking on crushed asphalt (I think it will be paved in the future). Sites are long & pretty level. Parking is back side to back side near your neighbor with hook ups between for both of you, while your front door side has plenty of space for a table. It appears the owners are working on the spaces in between to provide tables, but there weren't tables during our stay. No bathroom / shower house right now, but there are some portapotties. It is near a busy train track but the trains rarely blow their horns. It's mostly just the rumble you'll hear, which some folks may like. Overall, this place has good potential; and is an affordable place to stay while exploring the Denver area. My rating is based on it being a good place to park if you are self contained and don't expect 'resort' entertainments. - Rambling Registrar
Apr 2015 - $29.00
This is an ongoing project, so during our time of stay it was just a field with a bunch of RV spaces. The owners are super friendly, they went above and beyond to make sure we were happy. The water hook-ups are top-notch and each site has both a 30 & 50 hook-up. There was no cable, but they offered free wifi and our antenna picked up over 30 local channels. They are constantly working to improve the place. The ''yards'' are huge! The way they have this place designed is genius. Each camper is back-to-back giving each lot a giant yard. There is a train track pretty close, BUT to our surprise it didn't bother us a bit. They don't blow a horn right by the park, and most of the time we never knew they were passing unless we were outside. They don't have any facilities, but like I said- they are just getting this place up and running so I'm sure in the future they'll have a lot more amenities. We were in the area for work and it was next to impossible trying to find an open lot in nearby cities. We stumbled across this little gem and we're glad we did! The town of Keenesburg is pretty small, but they have pretty much whatever you need (a little grocery store, dollar store, laundromat, auto parts, a few restaurants, ect.) If we have to go back to this region for work, we will definitely be giving the manager a call to reserve us a space! They have weekly rates as well as extended stay (monthly). Bottom line, these guys are good people.
Denver is about 30-40 minutes away
Nearest city is Brighton, 18 miles (Walmart, Lowes, ect) - MeganC
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Site #12 was quite roomy for both tow & motorhome. Full hookups. The water had extreme water pressure, so only filled water tank. Easy access. Very difficult to get reservations more than a couple of days, next to impossible on weekends - as park is reserved out a year in advance. - wovenfiber
Jun 2017 - $44.00
Stayed five nights. Great RV site. 50' long by 40' wide. Plenty of room to park our fifth wheel, truck, SUV, flatbed trailer and two motorcycles...with space to spare. A nice reprieve from commercial RV parks. There's a campsite fee plus a ($7) day-use fee for each vehicle. This is very OBVIOUS and is listed on the reservation website, in the confirmation email, on the Larimer County's website, and here in the reviews. We paid $14/day on top of the site fee because we have a truck and an SUV. Was a fine price for what we received. Road to the reservoir is nicely paved. Roads in campground area are mostly dirt/gravel. Not super wide but we were able to maneuver our 40' around fine; took a few attempts to get into our site. There are large rocks along the sides of the road to watch out for. Full Hookups were located in reasonable location in the site, and worked as desired. We levelled easily. Our site was in a loop with only about 8 sites, so less traffic coming/going around us was nice. Firepit and picnic table of good quality. They are set out from the main square of your RV site, giving you lots of breathing room. Neighboring sites not close, and there are 6' tall (and growing) trees/bushes in between the sites. From our site we had a couple peeks of the reservoir in-between taller trees that were closer to the water. Very busy on weekends with boaters and day-users coming/going. Quiet at night though. Still quite a bit of light from Ft Collins and the maintenance building so not the best place for stargazing if that's your thing. Many RVs arriving early so it doesn't seem they are strict about arrival time. We also left 20 min after checkout and no one yelled at us-thanks! AT&T service was basically non-existent; 1 bar of 4G in only a few spots in the campground. Very nice campground hosts. They overcharged us on day-use fees, but went up to the Visitor Center and quickly got a refund. Would definitely stay again. - FrozenWaters
May 2017 - $25.00
This is our second visit to the beautiful Horsetooth Reservoir. Last year we spent the day here and checked out the campsites for future trips and this year we are thrilled to actually stay here! We were greeted by about 15 deer on our way to this campground. There were also lots of geese, and a variety of birds!
Our campsite was right on the water! It was a large pull-through level gravel site with electricity. We had vault toilets nearby and the campground also has showers. There is a dump station near the entrance and frost-free water spigots are available throughout the campground. The sites are nicely placed, nothing seems too close together. The camp hosts are very friendly and helpful, even way after normal hours (we arrived rather late). You do need a county day pass ($7) in addition to the campground fees. This brings the total to $32, but if you check out RV parks in the Fort Collins area this seems like a good value! We peeked at several of the RV parks and they are pricey, sites close together, and certainly do not have the views like South Bay and Horsetooth Reservoir.
Cell reception: T-Mobile - 4 bars Extended (2G) with .15 Mb download and upload test failed AT&T - 2-3 bars of the HPSA +, but all speed tests failed Verizon - 2 bars LTE with 27 Mb download, 1.4 Mb upload. - SerendipRV
Jul 2016 - $80.00
Very quaint and older cabin. Really could use some updates on the electrical system. Couldn't use the air and the microwave at the same time. The cabin had air, microwave and refrigerator. Beds were very comfortable. The cabin was clean. Very small bathroom and shower but usable. - honey bee
Sep 2014 - $35.00
We couldn't get in Boyd Lake SP when it was full for the weekend ,so tried this park. The worker campers in office were nice but open hours are very limited. Looked like nearly every site was taken by full-time residents or long term visitors from out of state. Were told the Park has been purchased by owner of Riverview Rv Park down the street and eventually will not be open to over night campers. It was ok for our purposes, with cable, wifi and good electric. Bathrooms were small and very outdated; so was Laundry room. Most sites were tight and in full sun. Easy drive up Big Thompson canyon to Estes. Can't really recommend and it will be a residential-type place anyway. - Annie's Song
Jun 2014 - $31.00
Rate reflects weekly rate. Staff: friendly. Neighbors: friendly and, oh, my some were even long time residences. Yes, the sites are close together, but I've been at worse; we had a concrete pad with a picnic table on it which I consider quite roomy. It is on a hill and a bit tight to get into spots, but we managed with our 35' fifth wheel. Laundry facilities were clean. Location is great; not far to get to Estes Park/Rocky Mountain NP. Devil's Backbone a very short drive (1.3 miles) with great hiking and biking. Even Loveland downtown is not that far away. WiFi was relatively good. - MichelleKry