4 RV Parks near Hasty, Colorado
May 2018 - $24.00
These rare some of the largest campsites I have ever seen. They are extremely clean and widely spaced. They are electric only but there are plenty of water spigots for filling. There are heavily shaded areas with limbs well trimmed and open sunny sites. Each site has table with cabana and firepit. - Lula1943
Mar 2018 - $31.00
There is no water at the sites. Instead one must find one of the spigots placed around the park; not what I expected given the price. The Lake-side sites are nice and the lake is very peaceful (in March). - Weelyrd
Sep 2017 - $26.00
We camped in the Lake Hasty campground. This is a pretty good state park campground, with huge sites. You won't have to worry about hearing your neighbors snore. In the loop where we stayed, you could mark off a football field in the open space in the center of the loop behind the campsites. We had plenty of room for our 41' motorhome in our back in site, with room to park our towed car (and another, if we had visitors) in front. The pad and patio is packed small gravel, and almost as hard as concrete. The site was quite level, and the grassy area around our campsite seems like we were on about a 1/4 acre lot between our next door neighbors on each side. There is no water hookup at the sites, but there are a few community spigots scattered on each loop. There is one dump station that serves the whole park, but it does have 4 lanes. We did have an issue with ants. We had an active bed in the middle of the patio when we arrived. We used some creature deterrent, and they weren't much of a problem the rest of our stay. We had weak signal for our Verizon MiFi, and no signal for our AT&T network phones. At times, we could walk a little way from our site to get a phone signal. The park is below the dam, which dampens the signals from the carriers. We had no problem with satellite dish reception for the TV, but there are zero over the air TV channels available. There is a small convenience store with a deli 2 miles away from the park, but if you need restaurants, groceries or WalMart items, the nearest town is Lamar, which is about 20 miles away. It's a town of about 36,000, so it has your basic needs. There is no one at the check in station. If you don't have a reservation, there is a self service slot to register and pay. Rangers patrol regularly, and they check your vehicle passes. You also need a state park pass in addition to the camping fee. We have an annual pass, but had to go to the visitor center to get a pass for our towed car. - Mike Hopkins
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Office building under repair from electrical fire last winter. Everything freshly painted. Laundromat needs some cleaning. Pull-through sites are short but the driveways are wide so if you hangover a little bit, no biggie. There is an aroma around horse stable area, but we are in horse country, right? Pool is clean and was being used by a number of campers. Didn't use restrooms but I did look and they looked lived in but usable. - Germania
May 2017 - $43.00
They only take cash or check. They say sites are pull through but were really too short. Went to check the site first and there were trucks parked everywhere. There were several men outside saying "we don't have a place for you. " We didn't stay there. This is one I would bypass! - FDTex
May 2017 - $40.00
I think the best way to describe this park is scruffy - its not dirty or overly junked up. Its redeeming qualities are utilities (including wifi) and being far enough from the highway road noise isn't an issue. If thats worth what they charge to you, go for it. Easy access, gravel roads, level gravel sites. Big rigs will fit some sites but barely. Same thing with the internal roads, ok to manuever even big rigs but not much room to spare. Thats helped by the many long-term residents being considerate of keeping their multiple vehicles out of the way. - fulltimer121
May 2018 - $17.00
Rate quoted is average of monthly rate. Going into 4th week (contract worker) here. New owners are doing something every day to turn this business around. It is apparent that the old reviews of this place don't apply to what I'm seeing now. I LOVE the site I'm in (24, south facing and wide open west view GREAT sunsets) for the view of open fields.
Horses are no longer allowed on-site, which might have explained previous reviews complaining about flies. Haven't had any problem with them.
Check-in was organized, warm and helpful. Any questions I've had have been attended to immediately and graciously. Getting into site and setting up was easy. All sites are pull-thru in a kind of 'circle the wagons' fashion. (Look at RV park on Google Earth to see configuration). Leveling was a snap, site is covered with nice size walkable gravel, some sites more sand than gravel. Power checked out clean on power management box. Water spigot is share between two sites with a splitter in place. Even with a neighbor, I have good water flow. Quality-very alkaline, leaves spots on everything, but that's beyond owner control. I drink Glacier water anyway, so I just have to dry the dishes instead of air dry with spots.
Every day I return to RV I see results of younger, energetic owners with a vision of an oasis in the prairie. Daisies planted this week, more removal of odd landscape features and odds and ends debris (previous owners).
They have cleaned up the covered central area that would be perfect for those traveling in a caravan to hang out to BBQ or socialize outside out of the sun. There is a fenced, lighted dog area with benches, bags and trash cans to let your dog stretch his legs. Tiny quail and rabbits run around, and there are two chickens (pets) in an enclosure under the trees that my dogs love to go visit. On days that the wind isn't howling we all enjoy a walk around the park, with trash cans conveniently spaced to drop dog doo into. Best feature is the quiet at night. - GoldSeeker
Apr 2018 - $20.00
New owners and they are in the process of remodeling, but they were super nice and helpful. The park is kinda cute. Not what we expected. Laundry room, free fast WiFi. Full hookups. Huge sites. A little noise from the highway but not too bad. Great value. We will return. - Cybrjunkii
Sep 2016 - $37.00
As an overnight stop park is OK. The motel part is pretty run down and the RV sites are pretty much on the edge of the parking lot. A little strange but it works. Power, water and sewer all worked OK. Restroom was rather dirty and you have to pay for a shower if you use - we didn't. Located in a nice little town. Not so sure we would stay again. - CU-RVers
May 2018 - $1.00
We are Elks members from another state and stayed here for one night while passing thru. Five electric boxes with 50 amp however at least one was broken. No other campers where staying here. The lounge was open and there was some club members and music however it was not a problem and could not be heard over the sound of our AC fan. We put the fan on continuous due the the highway traffic 50 yards from the RV area. We would stay here again if passing through. - User2528
Oct 2014 - $10.00
Gravel trail into the RV parking sites was rather an abrupt drop off if you have an RV with little clearance. Pea gravel to park on. Since there were no other campers we pulled in parallel to the electric pedestal. One of the pedestals had a damaged 50 amp outlet but we found an undamaged one. No customers at the lounge, but we saw a car and went up and made a donation for the electric. Hookups are basically in the highway ditch but traffic dropped off after dark. - run2
Sep 2014 - $10.00
Rate is donation. You must be an Elks member. There are 4 sites in front of the lodge on the gravel driveway. Only electric and there is 1 water connection available. You would be next to Hwy 287 about 2 1/2 miles from Lamar, truck noise is not bad late at night. You also can dry camp in the parking lot. Great for overnight stop. - margeandbob