8 RV Parks near Mosca, Colorado
Aug 2017 - $1.00
I was all set to pay my $70 first night and it ended up being free and I think that might be the case moving forward. The park looks like a scene out of a post apocalyptic movie (not in a bad way). I think there is a host who resides in a fenced in area but we never talked to her. Another camper did and said it's free and just pick a spot, so we did. I really enjoyed the park as it was about 5% full and very quiet. It has great views of the sand dunes and surrounding mountains. Watching the storms off in the distance was also cool. Sites are large and a lot of pull thru's to pick from. Cant beat free camping with electric and would definitely stay again if in the area. One thing to note is there is no water of any kind to be had. Stop at the National Park for dumping and water needs.
Admin note:park website advises "Anyone ages 18-64 must purchase an annual access permit to enter the property. Anyone who has a valid Colorado annual hunting or fishing license does NOT need to have an access permit. Permits are $36, valid April 1-March 31, and available anywhere you can purchase CPW hunting and fishing licenses." - Campingwi
Jun 2017 - $1.00
As the previous post said.... the place is a wildlife preserve. Was confusing when I got there, trying to find someone at the office. We stayed in the first pull-through in loop A. Power was available and that was all I needed. Spent one night and it was pretty quiet. Beautiful sunset. - ChrisInJesupIA
Jun 2017 - $1.00
We did not stay at this park. This is for information only as this is no longer a State Park, but a State Wildelife Area (SWA). Because it has changed from a State Park to a SWA, getting a spot has changed. You cannot just call the reservation number within 3 days of your intended stay, or just show up and see if there is available space. The following information is from the reservation website. ****Effective May 1, 2017: San Luis State Park has been incorporated into San Luis Lakes State Wildlife Area (SWA). In order to access the SWA, customers 18-64 will need to hold an annual SWA Permit for $36 available at any CPW location or agent. The SWA Permit is NOT required for any customer who already holds an annual fishing or hunting license for the current license year (April 1 - March 31) or customers 17 or younger or 65 or older. POTABLE WATER will NO LONGER be available in the campground, however, other amenities such as pit toilets will be. For more information about this change, please visit the CPW website or call the Monte Vista office at 719-587-6900.***** There is no fee to camp here, but you must reserve it more than 3 days in advance AND have the SWA Permit or hunting/fishing license to stay here. It's unclear if you can just drive in for available space if you do hold the SWA Permit or hunting/fishing license. - GA Bob
Sep 2017 - $40.00
Small RV campground that was easy to get to but a little tricky to park in your spot. It is a lot easier to back into your pull-through site if you have a long motorhome. Utilities worked well but no cable or OTA TV channels. There is also no Wi-Fi but we had a pretty strong Verizon connection. Roads are all dirt and they have a store and restaurant onsite. It is located very near the National Park. We would stay here again. - dandg
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Great location for visiting Great Sand Dunes NP if you need hookups. Otherwise, this is a place to avoid. Sites are in a row in front of the bathrooms, and are narrow enough that picnic table and fire pit need to be moved in front of your RV to be usable. Roads are rough rock, sites are bare dirt. Our reserved site had a blocked sewer connection, which wasn't evident until attempting to dump the full black-water tank that we arrived with, causing effluent to spill over the site. Waited a half hour for the manager to appear, and explain that "gosh our snake broke 3 days ago and we can't fix it so move to another site". Our stay was discounted 50% however. Water pressure is very low... taking a shower was a challenge. There is no management or maintenance presence monitoring the sites... our site neighbors (two pick-ups, a trailer, pavilion and tent) arrived at 6:30am and were noisy setting up camp. Then left half-eaten dinner all over their site overnight. I saw several vehicles enter unoccupied sites during morning hours, to fill their water tanks then leave. There are some acceptable RV parks in Alamosa and although they are a 40-minute drive from the GSD NP, I would recommend them over this place. - TheBreeze
Jul 2017 - $38.00
We only stayed at Oasis for one night because our favorite spot (San Luis) has become exorbitantly expensive for those of us from out of state. The sites at Oasis are incredibly crowded. While they do provide full hookups and close proximity to the National Park, I would rather save money ($46+ with taxes and fees) and stay somewhere else less crowded. - KyKampers
Oct 2016 - $31.00
Very nice hot springs and pool, an oasis in the high desert. Sites very long but not very wide. Big firepits, some fairly close to your neighbors camper,vehicle. Odd setup; if all sites are occupied, you have to go in the exit to get to the front of your site. Half the sites share same water hookup as neighbor so you run your hose under your rig. Big wide open, beautiful views. Wifi sporadically ok. All pull thrus. - jeeper13
Sep 2016 - $31.00
The pool is the main attraction and the RV sites are a sideshow. Both were a disappointment for us. If you come here for the pool expect to be joined by the local population from morning to closing time. The pool water is hot, 98 F or higher, which made any prolong stay in the water somewhat dangerous and uncomfortable. Loud music is played over multiple speakers, which can be heard at the RV sites. Sounds of people screaming, yelling, and splashing can be heard at the RV sites till closing time. The most disturbing aspect of the RV sites are the overhead stadium bright lights. One was directly over our Motorhome. The sites are tight, dirt base, and dusty. It rained during the night and what a mess. The Wi-Fi is terrible. VZ 4G does not work well here. There are a total of two toilets and two shower stalls. The RV crowd, tent campers, cabin and lodge users all compete for those two toilets. Safety and security here was a concern for us. Rift raft pool users wander around the RV sites. Perhaps that is the reason for those bright lights at night. We had planned to stay two nights, but rejected any thought of another night. We stayed here in a Motorhome and we will never be back. - James Barr
Sep 2015 - $31.00
This RV park has 10 sites and is very basic. All sites have W/E. There is now a dump station on site.
All roads and sites are on packed dirt. The sites are very long and can accommodate large rigs. The electrical box was on the appropriate site but the water spigot was shared between two sites. The electrical voltage was on the low side - hovering around 116. The sites were fairly leveled. It was extremely quiet at night.
There are (2) washers @ $2 and (2) dryers @ $2 for 45 minutes. The bathroom was very clean and the showers were coin operated.
Wi-Fi was available but we did not use it. Verizon Air card and phone reception was good.
You get a 50% discount to use the pools. There is now an "adult" only section to the pool called the greenhouse. Featuring 3 small soaking tubs with varying temperatures, a 10 foot by 75 foot zero entry pool, and a sauna. Here is also a small restaurant in the pool area that is reasonably priced.
We would come back to this park if we were in the area. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel. - adsaxs
Jun 2017 - $10.00
100% as expected. Just enough room for the RV and towed, but tons of fun. With our Honda generator we enjoy dry camping. - OpaS
May 2017 - $10.00
We stayed in loop 1 which is first come first served....we were able to maneuver our 36' mh ok but I wouldn't go much bigger, there are very few spots for a mh this size in this loop but there are some, leveling in some of the spots is challenging, but manageable....of course there are no hookups and didn't use the restrooms....this loop has some excellent views of the dunes and the surrounding mountains....ATT cell service was almost not existent so wifi or using your hotspot is not good...the host was very friendly and accommodating....most of the pull thru sites are just pull overs on the road so stepping out of your vehicle can be close to vehicle traffic....this is a typical national park campground and in our opinion is worth the price...we would stay here again..... - smoky40
Sep 2016 - $10.00
great location to explore the dunes. Restrooms very clean. We arrived on Sunday around 1p, not many sites available. Unfortunately, many of the pull thru sites are just a pull off of the side of the road thru the CG, some very narrow. Medano creek was dry. Be sure to do some hiking in the forested areas surrounding the dunes. very nice views. - katinfoco
Sep 2017 - $46.00
Only here one night on our way to Mesa Verde. Nice quiet RV Park even tho there were a lot of us here. Level gravel site with a small fire pit and an almost useless picnic table. Staff was friendly and efficient. They have a small pool and a small play area for kids but we didn't use either. There is a small laundry area and a nice little store. We ordered Hunt Bros Pizza which was delivered to us and it was not gourmet pizza but was good. My only complaint is for the amenities I thought it was pricey even with our discount, other than that we were very satisfied. - Jane and Mike
Aug 2017 - $39.00
Pro: Level site. Ample room. Hunt Brothers Pizza delivered to site excellent. Con: Dog Park had piles of dog poop. My wife cleaned it up four our pup. She reported to KOA staff with little response. No cable and no success getting on air reception. For the price, this park should have cable. Could not connect to wireless. Low water pressure - 20 psi. - Joe Chernow
Jun 2017 - $45.00
Typical older KOA, with dusty gravel roads. Park has easy access with escort to your site. Extra long, level pull-thrus. The back two rows have no trees and are satellite friendly. 3 1/2 miles east of center of town. We camped in a 45' motorhome with tow car. - User1999
Mar 2017 - $30.00
Read the poor reviews and believe them. A dirt lot that turns into a soupy mud hole if it rains. The only bathroom available is inside the residence. Additionally, they no longer even provide WiFi. I've stayed in much better parks for less money. - Bikefiend57
Oct 2015 - $38.00
This park is better than any park we have stayed at between Pueblo & Pagosa Springs. Wide driveways that are easy to maneuver with new gravel on each road & site. Good wifi, good 50 amps. We chose a pull thru at the back so it was a large quiet site. Lots of rabbits which are fun to watch. A very nice KOA for a day or two. Very nice personnel. Definitely a place we will return when in the area. - Freedom Bus
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Trash not picked up regularly. No gravel, turns into a mud pit when it rains. Our rig sunk in the mud when we pulled in. Owner out of state and current manager doesn't have a clue. The "playground" is an old broken down backyard swing set that is not safe for kids to play on. They said they had good wifi, but it was not. We ended up using our hotspot to check email. No cable. The only shower/ bathroom they offer is in the owners house. The well water is non filtered and smells of sulfur badly. Our inline filter couldn't even help with the smell. We had to use bottled water during our stay. Not a place we will stay at again. - TravelOBRN
Jul 2017 - $20.00
Showed up on my motorcycle needing a tent site, the people running the park were super nice and very helpful. Place was very clean, nice showers, great people. Stayed one night on my way to my destination, and made sure to stop on the way back. They were having a hog roast for local people and invited me to join in. Met a lot of very nice local people and will definitely stay there again when I get out that way again. Highly recommend this park. - OhioBiker
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Booked this campground after reading other reviews. Very disappointed upon arrival. Staff disorganized, spaces extremely close to another. Basically a dirty parking lot with hookups. Moved out after 1st night. - PackerBob
Jun 2017 - $20.00
After looking at all the other parks in the area this was the best but has some drawbacks. We had reservations but then could not hookup to 50 amp because of shared utilities. They did offer us a dry site with electric only for only two nights instead of the week we planned on. Staff was very pleasant and accommodating. There is a train that passes right behind the park but only comes by a few times a day. It is very loud but didn't bother us at night. There is a lot of road noise since the park is right beside the busy highway but also did not bother us at night either. If I had to stay in this area again I might stay again. - S Dowdy