1 Park near Ridgway, Colorado
Sep 2015 - $26.00
As with most Colorado State Parks, this is great, love them all and bought the annual pass for $75.00 which eliminates the need for $7.00 a day park fee. Although the G and F loops have full hookups, I prefer the B Loop at Dakota Terraces in the Dutch Charlie area with electric only because of the view of the mountains. We will return! - Casita Vagabond
Aug 2015 - $26.00
We camped at PA CO CHU PUK G Loop for 10 days. The $26.00 per night fee does not include the $10.00 transaction fee that reserve america charges or the daily entrance fee. We had purchased a Colorado State Park Pass for $70. This campground has full hookups which we enjoyed considering the length of our stay. The hookups are towards the back of the back-in sites so if your sewer is located midway on your trailer instead of the back you will probably need extra hoses (I had to connect 3 hoses). I would have rated the park higher if more of the grass around our site had been mowed. I understand leaving things natural, but I was in knee high weeds to access the hookups. I feel a foot or two on the side of the pad near the hookups is not too much to ask, all sites were like this. On the sites that were pull through it looked as though some of the bushes/under brush needed to be trimmed back as it might have been touching peoples slide outs. AT&T cell coverage was spotty and my Verizon PC card coverage was weak. Coverage seemed to be better during the day. Water pressure was good. The attendants at the gate were great and helpful with information as where to go. We used this park as a base camp. The fly fishing on the river was good too. Next time I would make the length of the stay 14 days as 10 days is not enough time to do everything in the area. There is an onsite Laundry Room, which was very clean and very reasonable considering the location. We would definitely camp here again. - MelindaK
Aug 2015 - $22.00
Another great Colorado State Park. It hasn't been updated as recently as some Colorado State Parks and for example does not have WiFi. We were in the full service campground below dam.
Having stayed here two years ago in site 163 next to the river we found site 221 very satisfactory with better satellite reception due to lack of nearby trees. With a forty foot rig our jacks missed the concrete pad by 4 inches but it was not a hindrance as there is asphalt on the roads and lead-ins to the sites. The outer sites on this loop had sun/rain shelters if that is important to you. - PtM