3 Parks near Kremmling, Colorado
May 2016 - $32.00
I use RV Park Reviews a lot, but admit I don't write too many reviews. I am doing so for this park because of the negative remarks from the last few reviews. Our 2 night stay was more than satisfactory. The owner and staff were very friendly and helpful. There were several places to walk the dog. One area was beyond their fence but one side was on a road hardly used. I walked our dog there numerous times and never had to move for a vehicle, or be concerned for our safety. There is a large number of workers in the park but only one started up his truck before 6am and did not leave it running. It is pretty hard to avoid parks without "permanent" residents anymore, but I think this park does a good job of accommodating their needs with those "passing through." Bottom line, glad we ignored the negative remarks and took a chance on Red Mountain. Our stay was fine and we would return. - J&C
Jul 2015 - $32.00
Check-in by a somewhat surly lady, we could not make her produce a smile.
When you are viewing the campsite on Google Maps and see highway 40, an airport and the railroad nearby, don't worry. The road is quit during the night, the airport has only a few movements of private jets during the day and the railroad is running through a 100 ft deep valley behind the airport. No problems here.
If you are making a reservation, ask for a site far away from the natural gas pipeline maintenance workers! They have the annoying habit to start their diesel trucks at 5 AM (yes: 5 AM), right below your bedroom window, leave them running for 15 minutes and then drive away to work. The 'quit hours' obviously don't count for them.
Restrooms and showers are very clean, but the all doors inside are only 3 feet high, from your knees to your chest. And one men's restroom and one women's restroom had no door at all, we never saw that before.
The Wi-Fi antenna is on the office building, so the signal strength is very much depending on the distance to the building and the number of RV's in between. We had a very weak signal at our site, but near the office Wi-Fi is very good. - Bluesbirdy
Aug 2014 - $35.00
Nice park, a bit above average. We did get a level shaded site. All utilities worked well. Restrooms/showers were clean and nice although my wife would have preferred more privacy than half (saloon) doors for the changing area, which I found a bit small. The owner/staff were very good and responded to the smallest problem or the largest (Wi-Fi) which then work very well. Road noise was not bad but the airport (very little usage) would make you take notice. Like most towns Kremmling is functional but a short drive will take you to some very nice mountain scenery. - gumper
Jul 2014 - $30.00
Wolford CG is located on a sage/grassland bench right next to a medium size reservoir with boat ramps and fishing 50 miles from Steamboat, Grand Lake, and Silverthorn. If you are into satellite TV there are none of those pesky trees to get in the way or reception or views. The down side is that there is no shade or wind breaks available; however, 50% of the sites have a flat roofed shelter over the picnic tables. The roads and sites are gravel and most not even close to level. The sites are laid out so the power hook ups are on the right side of the vehicles and located at the back of the site so you need a long cord to plug in. Most of the sites are 30 amp with only a few 50 amp hook ups. The restrooms are pit toilets with running water for the sink and no showers. They advertise camping at $20/day but they have a mandatory $5/day/vehicle fee which means if you are driving a MH with a toad you pay $30 and your neighbor in a 5th wheel only pays $25. For $20/night this was a great CG. However, with no showers, no water or sewer at the sites, the wrong location of the power post, and being 50 miles from anywhere with a decent grocery store, it is overpriced for the $30/night we had to pay. - pumper9x9
Aug 2011 - $20.00
Very nice campground. Some sites would be very difficult to get our coach level, however the very friendly campground hosts had no problem with us moving to another site (as long as it wasn't reserved). Not all sites have 50 amp power so if you need 50 amp service, be sure to request it in advance. Very quiet at night, with great views of the stars. Wonderful lake for fishing or boating. Boat rentals are available on site. Easy access to the dump station and fresh water fill. Great tasting fresh water. No Wi-Fi was available, but the library in Kremmling has great free public Wi-Fi and was quite pleasant to visit. We really enjoyed this campground as it was so peaceful and the surrounding scenery was quite beautiful. We would definitely stay here again. - mackerman
Jul 2009 - $20.00
This is a nice clean campground. Widely spaced campsites with great views of Lake Wolford and the the surrounding mountains and countryside. Good 30amp power and 4 bars of Verizon Cell phone service. No shower in bathrooms. The reasons I only gave the CG a 6 rating: 1. The sites are not level. You need to level your rig both front to rear and side to side. 2. The electric Posts are at the far end of campsites. You will most likely need an extension cord to reach the power. The campsites are electric only. No water or sewer. There is an easy to access dump at the entrance with good fresh water. This is the nicest CG for miles around. We stayed here in a 40' motorhome and would stay here again. There is a RV Park in Kremmling, but it is a "RV Park". Tight crowed sites. See other review for info. - A-S_Travels
Jul 2016 - $10.00
Crowded, but beautiful and near the reservoir. - Zach26
Sep 2014 - $7.00
The rate reflects a 50% Senior Pass discount. This campground is one of several National Forest Service campgrounds on the shore of Green Mountain Reservoir in White River National Forest. The GPS coordinates are 39.87944, -106.27722. It is the only one that takes reservations (recreation.gov). It is very convenient, just off of Highway 9 but has almost no traffic noise. The road into the campground and all interior roads and sites are dirt/gravel. Sites 1 – 32 are spread out along the shore right next to the lake, some with great views of the lake and surrounding mountains. They are the best for views but most are hard to level for all but the smallest RV, unless you are skilled at leveling and have ample blocks. We are 27 feet and were able to find a spot where we could level. Sites 33 – 44 are away from the lake, but are nice, long level sites. Some of these would be suitable for even the longer RVs. There is no fresh water or dump, nor are they available at any of the campgrounds on the lake, so come with full tanks and plan on leaving with full waste tanks. There are vault toilets. When we were there, campground hosts were present. Depending on the source, the campground closes for the season on September 14 or 26, so best to call to confirm closing date during the September period. We did not have a Verizon signal. There are few trees so getting satellite is not a problem. There is a great 3 miles hike around lower cataract lake about 15 miles away. We would definitely stay here again. - TheJim