5 RV Parks near Meeker, Colorado
Sep 2016 - $30.00
An overnight stay, the park is very quiet and had trails to the river. We were the only campers on Labor Day week-end. The manager, with whom we spoke, was very friendly and helpful. There were no services such as restrooms, or showers. The park is adjacent to a small trailer park. - 06Newmar
May 2016 - $30.00
Decent little park, self service, gravel pads, water, sewer and great 30-50amp electric. Has 5-6 pull thru sites. Can accommodate a fairly large RV. I had a 40' rig pulling a full size pickup.
$30.00 is a little steep for a self service park with no bath or shower. This is a $20.00 park. - Mike & Pat
Apr 2016 - $30.00
Great for a one night stay. Beautifully situated along the river. Sites are wide & level, services easy to access & connect to.
Payment is on the honour system; fill in the form & leave payment at the kiosk. - Our-Wandering-Casa
Jul 2014 - $22.00
Way overpriced for what you get. You will scratch your vehicle. If you want shade only a couple of sites will have it. Bring a shovel. Trying to get level, even with 4 inches of boards a blocks, took us an hour. Half the sites have a very steep entrance or exit to them. We would not not back. Campsites are reservable, and the lack of reservations should have been a clue. - rvfulltime
Sep 2011 - $18.00
This quiet campground is 34 miles east of Meeker on C.R.8. It is in the White River National Forest. The last mile is excellent gravel. There are two loops but only the east one is open and it has 29 sites. Many would accommodate our 40' motorhome. The vault toilets were very clean. The sites are very large and private. The North Fork River is across the campground on C.R.8 but not accessible from the campground because of high vegetation. There are numerous access areas along C.R.8. The whole loop is reservable until Labor Day. We arrived the Thursday before Labor Day and were the only ones there. It didn't fill over the holiday. - nbi600
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Site almost level, full hookup, quiet, clean, good gravel roads and site. Mostly full of monthly rentals, folks working in the area over the summer. Owner is friendly. We had good Dish TV reception, very week Verizon internet signal. The park has weak wifi, but we weren't told about it and didn't try till second day. Sites are well spaced. Very big rig friendly. - John and Carol
May 2016 - $30.00
We stayed here a week in the only pull through they have. Site large, level and utilities easy to access. The manager will take you to your site. Very nice. Dog friendly. On the White River. Nice view. Wifi spotty. No showers or bathrooms. Nothing fancy but a nice quiet park. - milodog
Sep 2015 - $30.00
This RV park seems to be for full timers or people who absolutely don't need a bathroom. There is 1 outhouse/pit toilet, no sinks, no showers. The river runs right by the park. The sites are crudely placed with gravel and kind of a haphazard layout. The person running the park was great and took us to our site in the dark! This park is fine for a quick nights stay if you have a camper with a bathroom. They do have power, sewer hookups and wifi. - Roaming Casita
Aug 2016 - $40.00
The owners are very friendly but one can see that the park has not been kept up at all. Several of the site's water hookups are broken, and there are dilapidated trailers and mobile homes throughout the park. WiFi is very slow and no cable hook ups. I would stay again only if no other facility were available. - Tiptop1
Aug 2016 - $31.00
I would have given it a terrible rating except that the hostess was very informative about the town of Meeker. The camp grounds are in a state of disrepair with a lot of trailers that are caving in. Looks like trash city. The bath and showers were dirty.
I am not sure how the other people that stayed here were able to give the ratings that they did. I have had 2 reviews by RV Park Reviews that have been a total disappointment. This one and the one in Landers, WY. In the future I will take all reviews with a grain of salt.
I would not stay here again. - Poe Dog
Jul 2015 - $27.00
This is a small campground about 3 miles from the town of Meeker, CO. Family run by excellent hosts who are on-site, exceptionally friendly and helpful. There is so much of the White River Valley and mountains around that you will want to stay and see it all. While the sites are gravel and largely back-in for larger rigs, we were quite comfortable here. A drawback for Verizon customers: there is a tall rimrock (hence the name) behind the campground. You can get service in town for Verizon. Other carriers have better service here, and there is wifi connection in the central rec room/bathhouse. We were here for 2 weeks; we could have easily stayed here all summer!!! - btsweetbaby
Sep 2011 - $35.00
We needed an overnight campsite on our way to Yellowstone--that's all this campground is. Overpriced, salty water that's undrinkable, pay showers, gravel & mud puddles everywhere. Wi-fi was available, but required a credit card in case you went over the allotted "free time". Most campers were pipeline workers at the time we were there. Would not stay there again unless absolutely necessary! - User2356
Sep 2010 - $40.00
Great place, looks new. Not much to the park, but some nice views of Colorado. Water is salty, don't attempt to wash your rig here. Nice place for a quick overnighter. - FiveCats&AFifthWheel
Aug 2009 - $38.00
Doesn't the name "Wilderness Rendezvous" sound wonderful? Well this RV Park is nothing more than a flat gravel parking lot on the side of a hill. No attempt at grass or trees. The registration is a touch screen computer kiosk at one of the restrooms. No web site. I guess there is nothing they could show on the web site that would look nice so they opted to not have one. There were about 30 or so RV's parked here, probably long term oil or gas company workers. So they are not hurting for business. I would not stay here. I would say $22-25 a night would be a decent value for this place, but not $38. There is a city park in Meeker with only two elect hookups for $15. - A-S_Travels