2 Parks near Longmont, Colorado
Jun 2015 - $25.00
This is an older park with dirt roads and sites. Most of the campground is too tight for Big Rigs (tight turns and low hanging tree limbs) but there are 8 sites behind the office which can accommodate rigs over 40 feet. No WiFi, cable or sewer. There is a dump station which is easy to access. Since this is a county fairground there are lots of horse shows and events on weekends. Very dusty in the summer. The campground used to take reservations but it is now on a first-come, first-serve system. This will not be a problem if you arrive mid week but weekends seem pretty full. Good location for touring the Boulder area. We will stay here again. - lmg
Jul 2014 - $25.00
This is NOT a destination. It part of the fairgrounds and is a dirt lot with water/electric sites that are quite narrow. We don't have any slides and we found it cramped. Site was dirt and sloped a bit so we had to use the rarely used leveling blocks. When we got here there were some sketchy types hanging out smoking and drinking but they left the next day. Water/electric worked well. Nothing for kids to do but run around dodging traffic. We stayed here 3 nights as nothing else was available. This park is okay for adults with small rigs who need an overnight stop. We might stay here again if the need ever arises. - Nevadatripin
Jul 2014 - $25.00
Well where do I start. We had reservations to stay in this campground and while we were staying at the state park close by we decided to drive by and check it out. We are so glad we did because there is no way we could stay there. The sites are really too close because if you are lucky to get your slide out you won't have RV and those that did were barley big enough. The grass between sites was dead or over grown, a adult put bull was laying in the gutter and we wondered if it was dead, this place just did not look like a safe environment. Don't let the picture on the web page fool you as it is very misleading. - vandelay
Jun 2015 - $27.00
Roads are paves. There are loops in this park. We where in FHU site. All sites pull through on gravel with concrete pads, table under structure and fire ring. Near the reservoirs. 4G. There's a playground on the other side and you can walk dogs anywhere. Note: there is a $7 daily fee. - jcpjane
Jun 2015 - $33.00
St Vrain State park is just north of Denver, CO. While located alongside I-25 there isn't much road noise.
There are 3 camping areas. The one on the south side where I stayed (#45) is the newer section. Here the sites are E/W/S. 20/30/50A. Concrete pad next to a curved picnic shelter. The pad is wide enough that I was able to put out the awning on my Airstream without hitting the picnic shelter. Not much shade in this section.
The north side has two sections. Both have mature trees. Pelican Loop has the best tree/shade coverage while Mallard Campground has a mix of open and shaded spots. These are electric only sites (20/30/50A)
There is a nice dump site available on site.
Verizon was 5 bars inside the Airstream with 15/8mbs down/up on Speedtest.
Park is convenient to lots of activities in the Denver area. Ft Collins is about 20 minutes north, Longmont 10 minutes west and Boulder about 20 minutes away.
E only $22, EWS $26 and a $7 per vehicle fee. - Gary Camp-Inn
Apr 2015 - $32.00
Very nice park. Extremely well maintained by onsite staff daily. Campsites are large with concrete pads. Utility hook ups are convenient/well placed. Fire pit and picnic table with awning in excellent condition. No issues with satellite reception. Interior roads are gravel and can be dusty but overall not a problem given the rest of the facilities are in such great condition. - john-c