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Date of Stay: April, 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. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2014 - $26.00
Stayed for 5 nights in Eagle Pond Loop with full hookup (electric, water, sewer-no cable/Wi-Fi) at $26/night plus $10 for reservation fee. Colorado St. Parks also charge a daily vehicle pass in addition to camp fee; this park was $7/day. So with the daily rate, reservation fee, and truck fee it came to $35/night for five nights. Very nice park with most sites along one of the several ponds, and sites have lots of space between neighbors. All utilities worked well and were placed well. Good location for seeing Rocky Mountain National Park and the rest of the area. The freeway is close by so there is some noise, but it didn’t bother us. Also, the roads are all dirt & gravel in this loop and on dry days when the inconsiderates flew by, it was a little dusty; didn’t happen often, fortunately. The electric/water only loop is all paved. Our site, #56 right on Eagle pond, had a nice view of the Rockys behind the pond. It’s a nice park; would recommend it and would stay again. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $29.00
We were a little anxious to return to this CG after the floods of 2013 but you really have to look hard to find any evidence of it. The power only loop had been well & truly flooded. As always we stayed in one of the pond side sites in the power only loop. The best loop with treed sites if you want, a much more 'parky' feel & less highway noise if the wind is from that direction. Points lost in particular for that extra $7 daily vehicle charge for Colorado SPs which is highly annoying. Been here many times & will continue even though it is pricier than the few other CGs in the area. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $24.00
A very nice State Park that has fully recovered from Sept 2013 flood damage. Beautiful pond-side FHU campsites, that in addition to level concrete pad, surrounding area is raked level and swept after each departure. Has u-pay showers and spotless restroom facilities. No wifi. A great park for birding; we had great view of Bald Eagle fledglings in their nest, plus saw Blue Herons, Canadian Geese, Red Wing Blackbirds and several species of flycatchers. In addition to nightly fee, unless you have annual park pass, you will be charged an $7 daily access fee. Would definitely stay here again! We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2014 - $35.00
This is a really nice state park right off the interstate, which means there’s road noise. However, the views of the lakes and Rocky Mountains make this a very nice front yard for a week or two. The sites are spacious and most of them are on one of the lakes. Don’t bother fishing in the lakes, I didn’t see anyone catch anything and we didn’t catch anything after 3 days of a very eager 9-year-old fishing as much as possible. If you do fish, make sure you have a license, the park rangers are constantly patrolling and checking. We really enjoyed the nearby town of Longmont, a true hidden gem. The state park is also close to Boulder, Fort Collins, and Rocky Mountain National Park. There is no Wi-Fi or laundry here. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2014 - $26.00
Very nice, spacious sites. Each has a picnic table with cover. All have lake views. Very little tree coverage, but nice winds keep you cool! We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2013 - $26.00
We enjoyed our stay here. We were very surprised by the day use fee that is NOT included in your camp fees which is different than most of the other state parks we have been in. Since we still had 2 vehicles, at $7/vehicle per night we ended up paying $40/night with full hook ups. We still enjoyed our stay, but thought it was a bit pricey. The noise from the Interstate didn't bother us too much, but we have a "white noise" device that we use when sleeping. We enjoyed all the walking trails within the park and the extensive water fowl. We enjoyed our stay and would stay again. We had good reception on our Verizon MiFi device. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $33.00
Nice and clean, but could hear the highway noise. Thirty three included the daily park pass fee of $7. Beautiful view of the mountains. Each picnic table has a shelter, which was nice for some shading. Paved level sights. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Truck Camper.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $31.00
Very good interior roads; dirt, gravel mix. Pads are concrete with metal umbrella shade/wind protector over picnic table, fireplace with grill. Great satellite equals very few trees. Entrance to park is 1.5 miles off I-25, but CG sits very close to highway as you enter you loop back towards. We saw many people fishing. Good walking trails. Twelve miles to Boulder, 20 miles plus to Denver. Excellent big rig access. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $24.00
This campground would have been rated a 12 if it weren't for the interstate running right next to it. To be honest, after the first two days we stopped paying any attention to the constant hum of traffic. The campground is immaculate thanks to the rangers and volunteers who patrol the place. Picnic areas are hosed off each morning. Campsites are groomed within minutes of the previous guest departing. Showers and bathrooms were very clean in spite of very heavy usage over the 4th of July holiday. Nice hiking and biking trails around the ponds, many species of birds. There are raccoons - but not a problem if you put your coolers out of reach. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Tent Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $29.00
Nice place to stay. We were able to get a 'lake view' around Pelican Loop, on the NE corner of their whole campground. Some I-25 traffic noise, but not bad at all. We really enjoyed the various birds, mink, deer (unfortunately lots of moths), but we would stay here again. We camped in a 42 ft with four slides and had a cement pad, covered picnic table, electric only site, and the site was level. Great place. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $28.00
We generally take full advantage of the CO state parks but this was our first & only time here. Negatives: Dusty, right next to I25 & traffic, bugs bad enought to not be able to sit outside, too many campers with barking dogs. Postives: full hookups in some loops, good bird watching, easy access to town. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: May, 2013 - $37.00
Chose this campground to stay at for 2 nights for a business meeting in Broomfield. At first wasn't sure why anyone would stay here long term. We arrived in the heat of the day & found no trees & dusty gravel roads. But by late afternoon the cloud cover came in & was able to sit outside & enjoy the amazing view of the mountains (that you wouldn't see if there were a lot of trees). Sites are huge pull through (bald eagle point loop) & ours was lakefront facing the mountains. Absolutely beautiful! Lots of fishing & birding & walking paths are nice in the cool of the day. Though I wouldn't necessarily make this a destination, especially in July or August, I would definitely stay here again. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $20.00
Decided after a bit of cabin fever I would take my Camp-Inn teardrop out for a close by over nighter. This is a nice park north of Denver. Sites are HUGE. Probably at least 50 feet between sites. Most have a sheltered picnic table. About 50/50 electric or full hookup. Price this time of year was $20 for the electric only sites. First come first serve but plenty of open spots on a Friday evening. Only downside was that the main restroom facility is partially closed. Men/Women closed but the family bathroom open. Of course that means everyone is using one bathroom so if someone is taking a shower you are out of luck. On one of the other loops there is a vault toilet so at least there is a backup. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $32.00
Sites are paved, level and widely spaced so quite private. Each site has a covered area with a table and a fire grill. There are little lakes all over. It is semi-arr id CO so no lush green grass and not a lot of trees on the full hookup side. My only complaint is that they require a day pass in addition to the camping fee which makes it fairly expensive. However it's still the least expensive place in the metro area. CO is an expensive place to camp. We camped at St. Vrain State Park in a Motorhome.Undo
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