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4 RV Parks near Hugo, Colorado
We did however find 4 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hugo. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hugo in the left hand column.
Jul 2018 - $38.00
Positives about Genoa RV Park: 1) Very friendly and helpful owner. 2) Long and level pull-through site; no additional leveling required. 3) FHU site with all utilities functional. 4) Quiet location about 1/4 mile away from Interstate-70. Negatives about Genoa RV Park: 1) Website states park has "lighted concrete islands" and "overhead LED lot lights for safety". Not where I stayed, folks. Best I can tell, the owner has a second RV park nearby in Genoa that has those amenities, and his plan is to eventually bring the second park (where I stayed) up to that standard. 2) Restroom/shower building was still under construction at the time of my visit. 3) Website talks about a cafe adjacent to the park, but I did not see it, nor was I looking for it. 4) $38 seems a bit pricey for the location I stayed, but there are not a lot of choices in that part of the world. In conclusion, a decent, functional and safe place to spend a night. - Aircats
Jan 2018 - $10.00
Very friendly owner was able to accommodate us last minute just for an overnight on the way to Denver. Clean with its own cafe. Easy access from the highway. - Gurns
Sep 2018 - $39.00
It's not fancy, but it's clean. We had a pull-thru site, long enough for our 31' RV plus toad. Staff was friendly. Sites are gravel. Long grass strip good for walking dogs, complete with waste bags. Good for a 1 or 2 night stay. - Capt.Deb
Sep 2018 - $45.00
had to pay a private campground since you can't stay overnight at a walmart near Denver. This was very expensive for just a place to park, but it did the job. - ghopgd
Jul 2018 - $49.00
Close to I70. Sites are close. Satellite friendly. Streets easy to navigate. Sites and streets freshly covered with a kind of gravel/oil/dirt combo. Cuts down on dust. Hookups convenient. G00d place for an overnight stop. - don-marg
Sep 2018 - $30.00
What a nice find. Very well maintained park and friendly owner who is building this park himself. We called before arriving and were greeted like long lost friends. Well laid out with both pull through and back in sites. We are 67 feet long towing and pulled into an easy access site with 50 Amp, water, and sewer to spend the night enroute to Mead, Colorado. We would definitely stop here again. - GBOLDT3479
Aug 2013 - $16.00
Wonderful campground along the Salmon River. Sites are well spaced out and easy to get into. Somewhat sparse tree cover, but it is adequate (my solar panels loved it). Our space was level -- did not see many blocks, so I think most sites are very level. Access to river via trail. A quiet alternative to the zoo at Redfish Lake. Water is available in the campground and is of a very high quality, but it is via a hand pump -- make sure you fill your tanks before you arrive. Dump stations and drinking water are available two miles away at either the ranger station or Redfish Lake. The ranger station may have the most scenic dump in the world. Keep in mind though that the drinking water hose has a narrow diameter -- it can take 20-30 minutes to fill your water tank. There is an adequate market in Stanley for food, but the nearest "real" supermarket is probably in Challis. All in all, a wonderful campground and we will definitely return. - Dropped68
Jun 2009 - $16.00
We found this to be a very pleasant campground. It is set among lodge pole pine, with views of the Sawtooth Mountains. The Salmon River runs adjacent to the campground, and can be heard from much of the campground. Only a few sites have views of the river. The roads and spurs are paved, as is the area around the picnic tables and fire pits. Each site also has a leveled tent pad. Overall, the facilities are excellent. Water is by hand pump only. When I filled a bucket, the water didn't look very clean. I am sure it is safe, but I would bring my own water for cooking and drinking. The vault toilets are in modern concrete buildings. They are spotlessly clean and very fresh smelling. There are no showers in the campground, although showers are available near Redfish Lake. The roads are easy to navigate for big rigs. Many sites will accommodate a 40' motorhome with toad. Our site handled our 40' motorhome, LARGE toad, and motorcycle with room to spare. Of the campgrounds in the immediate area, this seems the best suited for larger RVs. Some sites are not as level as they could be- we ended up with both front wheels of our motorhome off the ground. Most sites are well separated, but there is relatively little undergrowth for privacy. The lodge pole pines will provide minimal shade. You can hear the traffic on the highway, but we didn't find it objectionable. We were pleasantly surprised to have decent Verizon cellular service. Internet access thru our aircard was intermittent, but better than nothing!This location is less than 3 miles from Redfish Lake. There is a dump station available near Redfish Lake, and another one near the ranger station, about 3 miles north of the campground. Both dump stations have a $5.00 fee, and drinking water is available at each. The town of Stanley is about 5 miles away, and has several restaurants, a small grocery, fuel, lodging, and post office. We will definitely return to Sunny Gulch when in the area! - Boundertom