3 Parks near Hasty, Colorado
Aug 2016 - $26.00
The park was very nice with lots of trees. Beautiful view and very quiet. Only disappointment was we were under the impression that there was a beach for the lake, and there wasn't. Great place for a boat if you have one, but not for swimming. - born2loveGod
Aug 2016 - $24.00
Nightly rate is $24 plus $7 per vehicle. Aug vehicles fee waived for all military and vets regardless of state of residency. Electric only. Water spigots throughout campground. Dirt sites and roads in campground. Level sites. Sites are very well spaced. Picnic table (some covered). Many with some shade. Near lake. Some water-side sites. Birding opportunities through out park. Verizon signal okay. Extended from one overnight to three nights because it was so quiet and pleasant. - SunStar203
Jun 2016 - $32.00
Overpriced we think by about $7-8.00, but it's in Colorado. Full service restrooms, showers, but the showers are pay which we think is a bit much with the price paid for the site. They worked well though.
Second time stay. Lots of mosquitos to deal with. - bobojay
Aug 2016 - $26.00
We have been staying in this park off and on for the past five years. It does seem to have fallen on some hard times this year. While not dirty, the showers and bathrooms were not exceptionally clean either. This has always been a RV park of convenience, but not again. - Phil_S
Jul 2016 - $37.00
We had stayed here before, but the place has gone downhill and the price has gone up.
Fairly level gravel FHU site, but interior roads are poor. Management doesn't seem to care where or how you park as long as you pay first.
We will not be staying here again. - Alworth
Jul 2016 - $37.00
I have to say that I didn't stay at this park. I had looked at past reviews and because I was passing through the area for the first time, planned to stay here for the night. I called ahead of time and asked for a pull through with full hook-ups. The guy I talked to indicated that that would not be a problem.
When I arrived at about 3PM I was met in the office by a lady who told me to just go pick a site and let her know which one I took. I asked if they had cable TV and she said she wasn't sure but she knew that some campers used satellite dishes, not a warm feeling. We agreed in the office that I would take site 39 on the end near the exit. I drove around from the office to the site and found that it was to short for my 36' MH with out disconnecting my tow. I then circled the campground and found that ALL sites were to short. I returned to the office and explained that I couldn't find a site. The lady said why don't you take off your tow? I asked for a refund and left. I'll never stop here again. - MovinOnDownTheRoad
Oct 2015 - $36.00
This place is only OK for a quick overnight stay. It is easy to get in and out and my site is very level. There are so many flies that I only hooked up electricity and plan on opening the door as little as possible. The site I am in is filthy and next to a run down permanent trailer. There is quite a bit of noise from the road. The lady in the office asked if I had my own satellite and when I said that I did, she said that I wouldn't need their cable then. Unfortunately my site is so filthy I don't even want to set up my satellite. I will not return even for an overnight. $36.00 is ridiculous for this. - realgoodbear
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This was an overnight stay. Full hookups on a wide open parking lot. Easy in and out. - ronandpatti
Jul 2015 - $35.00
This used to be a Passport America member campground but isn't now. It's a motel and RV camp; 8 rooms, 1 "cabin", and 22 full hookup sites. Hookups are functional but old. Sites are nothing but gravel; no grass, no tables, no pads, not quite level. One men's room with pay shower (50 cents/4 minutes), outdated but appeared to be clean. Rules prominent, "NO REFUNDS" also prominent. Free cable TV is available (I used my dish), along with free Wi-Fi that is slow and sometimes fails. All in all too much money for what you get. - rv1guy2cats