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22 RV Parks near Lake George, Colorado
Sep 2013 - $18.00
This is a National Forest campground about 2 miles south of Lake George, CO. There are no hookups or dump stations. There is a hand pump water available near the campground host's spot. As far as dry camping locations go, this is one of the best that I have been to. The spots are well spread out. Nearly all spots but #20 have ample shade. There is a nice trail on the west side of the campground where you can hike up to see Eleven Mile Canyon. There are only one or two sights available that accommodate larger RV or trailers. Our spot was #19 which could accommodate our 30' Class C with no problem. You could easily put a 40' RV in the spot. If you are going to camp in a smaller trailer, there are a lot of slots that will accommodate you. The camp hosts were very nice and the vault toilets were very clean (probably the best I have ever used). Access to Eleven Mile canyon is about 1/2 mile north of the campground. - itsky
Aug 2017 - $33.00
We loved our stay here. It reminded us of when we used to camp in our horse trailer and go trail riding on our horses which we no longer have. The owners and staff were very nice and made us feel welcome. No cell service and wifi was very weak to unavailable unless you go to another area. 30 amp W/E, no sewer. The biggest drawback for us is the 2-3 miles of one lane dirt road , while reasonably well maintained it was rough for a 40' MH. My wife drove car ahead so we would not meet another vehicle. We would return if we were in a horse trailer or a pull behind or fifth wheel but not in our rig. - JAWS
Jul 2017 - $45.00
Decided to take a spur of the moment trip for 4th of July weekend. This campground was very accommodating and a great pick! Although surprisingly dead for such a usually busy weekend. The chuck wagon dinner with hay ride and horseback rides were a big hit with the family. Unfortunately there's a burn ban in place, so no fires. Only issue I had was that my sewer hose had to run uphill, which makes clean out a bear of a job. - Ppardun
Jun 2016 - $30.00
We searched all over the state of Colorado for our weekend wedding venue. When we visited the M Lazy C Ranch, we knew without a doubt that we had found the perfect place for our style of wedding!
"It was right out of a fairy-tale" "Truly the best wedding I've ever been to." "HOW did you find this amazing place?!" "The best family event we have ever participated in." "One of the best weekends ever." Were just a few of the comments we have been getting. It was a dream wedding, we were able to make our entire weekend into exactly what we wanted thanks to the flexibility and full support of the ranch. This included having almost 90 people stay at the ranch (in cabins, bunkhouses, and camping) 130 people eating at each of the weekend meals, and over 160 at our Wedding Dinner and Reception. We did a horse demonstration using the large outdoor arena on Friday, and the bride was able to canter across the meadow up to the ceremony on her own horse. The guests loved the fact that they could book horse rides with the ranch and go out for fun trail rides.
The ranch meals are hearty, the cabins have an amazing rustic charm, the ranch is surrounded by national forest so it feels like your own little piece of paradise! The Heck family is an absolute joy! The work, the dedication, and the love that they put into making our wedding weekend happen, is something we will never forget.
For anyone looking to camp with their horses - this is the place! With a mini trail course, round pen, pens at each RV site, a huge outdoor arena, AND access to national forest trails right from the ranch, you will find yourself going back again and again!
The M Lazy C Ranch is just one of those places that stays in your heart once you leave. - EquiChoices
Jun 2013 - $9.00
This campground is filled every weekend from Memorial Day until it closes the day after Labor Day. There is a friendly and helpful host. My high rating is for the tent sites--probably the best in the state, the scenery, the large camp sites and the hiking trails. This is a Forest Service campground. There are no hookups. There is a dump at a nearby campground. The RV sites are widely spaced, but there is no shade. Rigs over 35 feet will have a hard time fitting into a site. There are 360 degree spectacular views. Fill your water tank in advance. The only water on site is hand pumped. Reservations are available and required for weekends. The vault toilets are clean. There are no showers. This is a place for people who love camping and the outdoors. Man made amenities are in short supply here. The nightly rate is with a Golden Age pass. - NT2013
Jun 2011 - $8.00
This is a forest service campground. There are no hookups. The 3 pull-thru sites are on the creek. However, they are really just wide spots in the road. That said they are private and pretty special. Most of the other RV sites are short and open with no shade. But they have wonderful scenery 360 degrees of it. All have picnic tables tables and fire rings. It is the tents sites that justify the high rating--they are actually a 10 plus. The hiking is also a 10. Wonderful trails!! Trail rides are available just down the rode. Horses are in good condition and gentle. To reach the camp ground take Hwy 24W make a right on CR 77 (less than a mile from Lake George). It is paved. Follow it for 13 miles. The last 7 miles have lots of pot holes. The campground is poorly marked so starting looking for it on the right when you pass the little white school house (looks like a church). Turn right at the end of the white fence just pass the old school. Roads in the campground are good. Tent people will need reservations for the 8 walk in sites. RVers probably can get in without reservations during the week. This campground is full every weekend. - NT2013
Jul 2016 - $25.00
Stayed 2 nights when every campground within 25 miles of Colorado Springs was full. We found the staff and fellow campers to be friendly and helpful. Quite a few long term campers here.
Sites were level but can be difficult to get in to. You will need to disconnect if longer than 30 feet.
Be prepared to drive a ways for gasoline or groceries as location is remote. Also altitude is 8200 feet. - Austex
Sep 2014 - $25.00
Showed up without reservations with 37' RV for Elk hunt. Very nice owners. Easy pull-through full service site allowed for trailer, tow truck, and brothers truck behind. Our easy access site did not have trees, but many other sites did. Will stay here again. - User3717
Sep 2012 - $20.00
This is the best park I have ever been to. The owners and managers are very friendly and helpful. It is clean, shady, and comfortable. The potluck dinner on Saturday night is fantastic. - glad2bfulltimer
Sites: 23 | 0 Reviews
Aug 2016 - $26.00
Very nice setting, pretty much all the non hookup sites are on the water. We had plenty of space between our campsite and our neighbors. There are a few walking trails, several people rode their mountain bikes on them. They have boat rentals and most people are there to fish. The only downside to this campground were the bugs! I've never seen so many flies, it wasn't even pleasant to be outside. Our site also had a lot of ants. - seeyasuburbia
Jun 2015 - $16.00
It a nice park overlooking a pretty lake. The campsites are in full sun but the tempertures were great for us. The wind did pick up every evening so either tie your awning down or put it up. We were in site 213 so we had evening shade. Pick your sites as some are not level. For us this is a good place for a couple of days. - TEXASBOY
Apr 2011 - $23.00
There are nine separate and distinct campgrounds in Eleven Mile State Park. This review is for North Shore Campground. Dry camping, no hookups. Pull through and back-in spaces. There are five loops, two of the loops are close to the marina, the other three loops are farther down. All loops have a good view of the marina or the reservoir. The rangers tell me that people prefer the "farther away" loops to be "away from it all." I stayed in Loop A, which directly overlooked the marina. Each spot has a very nice picnic table and fire ring. However, there isn't a lot of privacy between the sites. I highly recommend site 246 in the "C" loop. This site overlooks a small cove (kind of romantic!) and has the most privacy, but that's not saying much. There are also some good spots in Loops D and E that are right on the reservoir. None of the sites have any shade. Caution, it can get very windy here! There is one dump station (that serves all nine campgrounds within Eleven Mile), but there is no rinsing hose there. The toilets are all "vault" type. Verizon Air Card (4G) worked a little sluggish. Verizon cell phone and Verizon wireless land line (I have both) worked good here. - DXSMac
Jun 2018 - $24.00
Decent State Park with access to fishing, canoeing, kayaking, and hiking. Shower and toilet facilities were exceptionally clean and well maintained. Camp sites were somewhat dusty due to lack of rain but were spacious in some loops. Very minimal shade at most of the RV sites. A couple loops have electric sites. No water or sewer hook-ups though. We stayed for 2 nights. 2-3 night stay recommended...after that, not much more to do/see. - Lisa CO
Sep 2016 - $28.00
This was Labor Day weekend so the park was over full. Ranger gave us a hard time for trading spots with our friends yet did not say anything the first day to the 25 people in the site next to us. I think this could be a better stay on another time of year. Neighboring lots are nearby. Site is dirt, features a fire ring and has a sunny, open exposure. Would not suggest holiday weekends or when it is really hot (no shade anywhere). - Kevincolorado
Jul 2012 - $32.00
Pros: Pretty lake view. Cons: Sites can be very uneven due to site pads washing out. Needed to leave early for a long drive home, and found a dump station gate locked at 7:15. Unbeknownst to us, the dump station gate is not unlocked till 8:00. Never came across this problem in all of my camping. There was no water to clean hoses at dump station either. Plan accordingly. - Mw56
Sep 2017 - $32.00
This is a small Christian RV Campground with 32 sites. The campground can handle rigs up to 40' long but it takes some patience to get to your site. The sites are gravel as are the roads. Fire rings are at all sites. It has many amenities including sand volley ball, basketball, tether ball, horse shoes, archery, fun yacks, frisbee golf, miniature golf course, fishing pond, and too much to list. This is also a summer camp for kids with a large lodge and many bunk houses! - Honestly 1-who_care
Jul 2017 - $32.00
Definitely not for big rigs. The size of the site isn't representative of the size rig it will accommodate. Sites are very unlevel and maneuvering within the park is not easily done. With our 45' motor home, it was impossible without contacting untrimmed tree limbs. A turn around inside the park wasn't possible, and I had to back out thru the narrow entrance gate into the highway to leave. No 50 amp service and no big rig access to dump station. - Dwd40
Aug 2006 - $20.00
Would have been nice to have had sewer hookup, but they do have a dump station. Must go to the lodge for WiFi, but nice walk. Fishing is available there. Other outdoor activities are there as well. We will be going back. The views of Pikes Peak were just gorgeous. Friendly staff too. Worth looking at. - banjomama
May 2018 - $24.00
One of our absolute favorite state parks! It seems there really isn't a bad spot in the campground although some are smaller than others, so check your site length! Our site this time was #125. Great site and although listed as a 25 foot site, I was able to get my 29ft tt in with little effort. Also had room for my truck. Site was a tad unlevel side-to-side, but levelers fixed that. This particular site has no cell service whatsoever, darn it. This site is right next to a water spigot making it convenient to top off. It is also near a vault toilet, but that was not an issue. Additional parking was nearby. - colochoclab
Jul 2017 - $27.00
Our favorite place to camp, period. This year we had 5 RVs in our group camping at Mueller. We were all so very pleased with the sites, even though they only provide electric at each site. Water is easily accessible in every loop and at the dump station. Two of our campsites were in Revenuer's Ridge and three were in Conifer Loop. The rangers are friendly and helpful, the sites are clean and well maintained with pretty level paved parking, mostly pull-thru. Do be sure to watch length of RV when you reserve, a few aren't suitable for large units. The shower house and laundry room are clean and convenient. Part of our family stayed in the large Ponderosa Cabin, which was our first time using a cabin. Every one of our group loved Mueller's campsites and the cabin was perfect for gathering to eat and sit on the large deck to watch the deer and view Pike's Peak and surrounding beauty. We highly recommend this cabin. Large, comfortable and stunning views out the back windows. - benidew
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Easy to check in. Park Rangers very courteous. Park is very well maintained. Felt safe as the park was regularly patrolled. Many good hiking trails. Campsite was clean and provided electricity, paved parking for cars and trailers. Good picnic tables. Fire ring could use an adjustable grate for cooking. - Steven H
Jun 2018 - $34.00
This park is close to Cripple Creek CO in the middle of nowhere. If that is your pleasure it will be great. We stayed here because of the RV Park reviews but I feel it needs updated badly. This is an old, poorly maintained park. Number 1 red flag: No potable water on sight. Not even for the showers. They had a boil order while we were there. No WiFi, no cell coverage(Verizon) no radio stations. Lots of dogs and long term residents. Rough dirt roads into and in the park. Our spot was in a low, grass field next to a dry creek bed. For tent campers this may be wonderful but not for RV'S When we turned the last curve into the park we literally thought "This is someone's back yard" We had no problems with staff or other campers, but the barking dogs were a big annoyance. - Lastayt
Jul 2015 - $36.00
We have stayed at Lost Burro many times and will likely stay here again. Staff does keep the grass mowed, restrooms clean and grounds up well. Wi-Fi worked OK for checking mail, no AT&T cell service in most of the park. We stay here because the other campgrounds in town are in the open and not particularly inviting. While out of town a bit, you are close enough for the gaming, restaurants, and entertainment in Cripple Creek. Now the bad. This reason for my low rating is the large number of derelict looking units and full timers, some with messy campsites, staying here. Much of the park simply looks shabby as a result. - Paul Gavin
Jul 2008 - $30.00
Nice park and friendly staff. We will stay again. - grin