1 Park near Ridgway, Colorado
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
Aug 2015 - $26.00
Sites are spread out. There is a lot of privacy some sites have picnic shelters. Grass was uncut except for a 1 foot swath around the paved parking pad. With slides out it meant you had to walk through the tall grass to access water and electric compartments. - Dreaming
Jul 2015 - $22.00
Stayed in Dakota Terraces (accessed at Dutch Charlie). Asphalt sites with electric only. Water hydrants are everywhere, many are close enough to fill RV tanks while parked on site. Very clean pay showers at the campground services building. Stable electricity measured at 121v in daytime with lots of people running AC. Many sites have covered patio and picnic table. Open and scenic; one of the nicest state park campgrounds we've seen in Colorado. Very nice swim beach and fishing access adjoining Marina in Dutch Charlie complex. Two-lane dump station with fresh and nonpotable water. Park is situated between Montrose and Ouray, about 17 miles either way. Montrose is more of a small rural town with a Walmart and most services--Ouray is a quaint tourist trap with boutique shopping. Note: Colorado State Parks charge a per-vehicle daily access fee in addition to the campsite fee that is not reflected in the price when making a reservation. - SPAR76