8 Parks near Rye, Colorado
Jul 2016 - $43.00
People are friendly. Grounds are clean. Sites are very close. - Monimoni
Jul 2015 - $38.00
Our group has stayed here in years past (see 2012 review), but management has changed. New management did not honor the price we were quoted when the reservation was made. Also, camping fees for the entire stay are now charged when reservations are made. Cancellation policy has also changed but to their credit, they agreed to accept the original cancellation policy. If you are part of a group, get information on use of the rec hall, cancellation policy and pricing in writing. The rec hall was rented to an outside group without our knowledge ( that group ended up canceling, which allowed us the use of the rec hall and solved a problem for our group, as we eat all meals together). It is still a quiet oasis in a picturesque setting, but overall the experience was not the same as in previous years. - Mountainpeaks
Aug 2014 - $40.00
This campground fits right in with the vibe of the Wet Mountains, which is one of Colorado's best kept secrets in terms of mountain ranges. As such, the campground has a bit of a wild feel to it. It is kind of out in the middle of nowhere, which to us was a good thing. It has a nice large sweeping meadow and also a forested section with mature pines and aspens that butt up to the San Isabel national Forest. Had an adolescent cinnamon colored bear visit our campsite at about 10pm one night. Very neat wildlife sighting. In general, very relaxed and quiet is the mood of the day. There are some very aesthetic RV sites that start in the meadow and then work their way up into the forest. They are fairly close together, but the way they stair-step and with the vegetation they preserved between many of them, it didn't feel cramped. Well kept and well managed. All utilities worked great. Only a few miles away from San Isabel Lake which has a restaurant/resort and boats to rent. - ckrajnik
Jun 2016 - $12.00
Its a small campground in the mountains. Electric only and check the length of the sites as we could only fit in 5 or 6. Quiet campground but not on the lake, but some lake views.We like it and would come again. - TEXASBOY
Jun 2014 - $8.00
Great hide-away state park. Had two campgrounds with hookups. Just happened to drive by and see it and drove in. We used our Sr. Parks Pass and it is really cheap. We were in a dry camp area, thus $8 per night. $12 per night in full hook-ups. Reservations can be made in advance by lot you want. We were right next to a river/stream. Beautiful. Camp host was wonderful and an inspirational lady to all she met. You pay on the honor system as you arrive at the bulletin boards at the entrance to the park. The rates were not clear as to type of Sr. card that gives a discount. Our Camp Host helped us. Bishop Castle is 30 minutes west and a great place to stop and see. We will go back here. - User3493
Sep 2011 - $10.00
Very pretty campground above the lake. Lots of trails down around the lake and while we just stayed one night, there seemed to be a lot to do near by. The campground hosts were very nice and warned us about recent bear activity. You must fill up your water tanks prior to arrival as they do not allow you to connect to the water spigots located throughout the campground. Restrooms are pit toilets but modern and clean. They were also plentiful, the highest ratio of toilets per campground I have seen. We stayed here late September and the Aspens were quite beautiful, some of the best we saw during our vacation in Colorado. - Ocotillo
Jul 2016 - $38.00
Our RV group has stayed here at least once a year for quite some time. And I've reviewed this before. It's as good as ever. This past weekend the new owners were moving in. In fact, a big tractor/trailer arrived with their goods Sunday morning and began by unloading items for the kitchen in the hall. Our site was centered bubble and only needed to complete level with tongue jack after unhitching. The existing staff was outstanding in the absence of active management. I hope the camp ground maintains its excellent standing under these new folks. I wish them well and hope to meet them soon. - cekkk
Jul 2016 - $43.00
We stayed here for one night enroute north. We stayed in a pull through with plenty of space for our 35 ft Class A and toad. We had 50 amp service, water and sewer. The site has east access to interstate 25 with a fairly tight U turn onto the frontage road for north bound traffic. The roads in the campground are sufficient and the sites and roads are gravel. The staff is exceptional, fresh cookies on check in, and support finding your site. We will return. - Scott and Lorraine
Jul 2016 - $43.00
This KOA is right off I-25 and there is virtually no road noise. The park itself is immaculate. The roads and RV sites are gravel with very nice lawns in between with picnic tables. There are large mature trees for shade but they are trimmed high so driving around the park is easy in the biggest rig.
I stayed in space B-4 which was 65 ft long, had nice shade from a huge tree, and I was still able to hit the Dish Network satellite. That said there are 73 cable channels that worked well and the wireless was acceptable.
We were here over the 4th of July weekend and the park was full with families with kids and everyone had fun in the pool, volleyball, playground, etc.
We were very impressed with the effort the new owner has made to make this a really great park.
I will be back again. - HolyMackrelAndy
Jun 2010 - $20.00
This is basically a weedy, potholed gravel parking lot with full hookups, only 30amp. The sites are spacious and semi-level. It is conveniently right off I-25; you can hear road noise. There is a slight sewer type smell outside. There is plenty of room to park to check in at the motel next door. No amenities, the bathrooms are locked, with weeds growing in front of them. My aircard worked fine. Still needs a lot of TLC. The motel sign says Budget Host Motel, my receipt says Country Host Motel. I would have to be pretty desperate to stay here again. You get what you pay for. - trussman
Oct 2008 - $23.00
On the plus side. Long pull through sites (90 ft) with a good turning radius and good spacing between sites. Large area for parking when checking in. Easy access from the freeway without overbearing noise. Price is good for the area, for full hookups. Check in is easy at adjacent Motel. Negatives. Located adjacent to a small sewer lagoon with mild lagoon smell. Only 30 amp. Needs some TLC. I would use this park again for an overnight. - run2
May 2007 - $17.00
I agree with the previous poster. This is an excellent place for an overnight stay. The front desk personnel were friendly and helpful, and the office is open until 11:00 pm. Sites are level and long, some back-ins and 50 amp power is good. Views of the mountains are fantastic! We've never stayed at a Motel/RV campground before so we were pleasantly surprised by the welcome and the great facilities provided. Will definitely put Country Host Motel & RV Park on our "return" list. - hddebbie
Aug 2015 - $25.00
Of the two campgrounds for Walsenburg, this one is marginally better. Sites are unkept with trash around from the permanent residents. Okay for an overnight stop but I wouldn't come back. On the positive, the site was marginally level and had 50 amp service. If you need service on your unit, BIRCO is right on site. - Orlan
Oct 2010 - $23.00
This was a one night stop for us. The hosts were friendly and the site provided a quiet night's sleep. There are no top notch attractions nearby so I cannot rate this campground with an extended stay in mind. It is dry and dusty here, but that is quite likely normal for southeast Colorado. - oldengine
Aug 2010 - $22.00
We planned to stay here but left after driving around and checking the place out. Generally, the previous reviewer has it right--this place feels like a dump, and in addition to road noise, there was noisy construction equipment on site. No one was in the office. Everything generally run down. - Ken and Lee
Jun 2016 - $23.00
Great park - have stayed here before. We like the sites in loop D on the east and outside and they are very private. Good pull throughs. Nice firepits. Good OTA TV and also tailgater view of south sky. Good (2 bars LTE) Verizon. Fishing can be fun if not too much algae. Nice 3-mile loop around one lake for bikes or walking. Quiet area yet just a couple of miles into Walsenburg. New grocery there is way better than Safeway - called First Choice Market on Walsen Av, north end of town. - chinookgeo
Sep 2015 - $17.00
Wonderful park. Stayed in pull through site #71 on our 2 night stay. Site faced west and had a view of the lake with water and electric hookups at the site. Restrooms were clean and tidy. Staff warm and helpful. Tried the showers but took the first $1.25 to get hot water. Plenty of room. Will stay here again. - mdmnkcm
Sep 2015 - $27.00
Another Colorado State Park gem, we stayed here as a base to visit Great Sand Dunes National Park, one of my favorite places. We prefer not to drag our big rig up into the mountains, so this was perfect, just 3 miles from I-25, and a 75-mile very scenic day trip to the Dunes. The Pinon hookup campground has 4 loops, which are all fine. Most sites have views of the Spanish Peaks, some the Sangre de Christo mountains, farther away, and a view of the pretty lake down the hill from the campground. We paid in the visitors center and were told to pick our own site that was not claimed on the post. The fee was $20 plus $7 day use (without CO park pass). Sites have electric hookups but not water, though many have spigots nearby if you have an extension hose, but they are shared so you can't stay connected. We tried several sites and none were very level. After finally getting settled at our perfect site, we discovered our water pump wasn't working. So we moved to a site next to a spigot and after spending a time leveling were able to connect for short periods to take showers, etc. Within the park is a 3-mile paved trail around the pretty fishing lake, with a mountain backdrop, and we enjoyed biking around it during the day and under the moonlight. The path is so extensively patched that it would be difficult to see a snake on it! It's also not very well signed, so follow the map. A basic public golf course is also accessible from the park, which has a restaurant. All in all a great place to stay - provided your water pump works! There is a double dump station upon exiting. The town of Walsenberg is not really a going concern these days, not much in the way of restaurants according to reviews. The old outdated Safeway has no fresh bakery or deli. - enCYCLEpedia
Jun 2016 - $31.00
Pay attention to the park signage or you'll end up on the wrong side of the lake. The interior navigation of the park was a little tight for my 38' fifth wheel until we reached the reservation booth, after that it was fine.
Arrived in pouring rain which changed to hail during setup - fun!
Price includes site fee of $24 and park pass fee of $7.
Sites are on the side of a hill overlooking the reservoir and are, mostly, not level. Otherwise, they're fine.
Large with lots of room between sites. Electric was 30 amp only, no water or sewer hookups but faucets and dump station are available.
OK for overnight but wouldn't do extended stay here. No shade but site picnic tables have covers. - daviputnam
Jun 2015 - $22.00
My only wish is that the One Way Drive thru loop was going the other direction. Our canopy and front door were opposite of our covered picnic table. NO OTHER Complaints at all. Fire pit, covered sturdy picnic tables. We rode our bikes around the park a few times. Every spot had a great view of the reservoir and the hills. Beautiful setting. Very well taken care of. Clean and friendly. - Deanne Havens-Michaud
Aug 2014 - $34.00
I was very disappointed in the pricing of this park. Let me begin by stating the site was OK, we barely fit but it was OK. We are a 50 amp rig, we had the 30 amp adapter and it worked OK, the 15 amp circuit did not work at all. The host told us it would take a week to get it repaired. The site was not level and it is somewhat a dog leg to the left. My issue is this is a State Park, we paid $20.00 for the site and then had to pay an additional $7.00 per vehicle. Therefore we paid for the bus and the Harley that was towed in a trailer. so in fact we paid $34.00 per night for very limited services! The showers are pay showers. We would have stayed much longer but decided to go to a RV park with all of the amenities, plus 50 amp service for much cheaper. By far the most expensive bare bones State Park I have ever been to. - tomlandis54
Pueblo, Colorado (map) | (719) 561-9320
Sites: 312 | Latest Rate: $20.00 | 2 Reviews
Jun 2014 - $20.00
Beautiful park with large sites overlooking Lake Pueblo. There is no access to swim in the lake except at a swimming beach, which is several miles away. Each site has a paved pad with a fire ring and sheltered (top and one side) over a table. There is a $7 daily use fee in addition to the camping fee. Many of the sites are pull-through. There is a paved bike path throughout the park, which has several other campgrounds. - SideBySiders
Apr 2013 - $20.00
This is one of three campgrounds in Pueblo Lake State Park. This one does have electric hookups as well as flush toilets and showers (not available in winter months). We enjoyed our stay here. The views from our site and overlooking the cliffs were fantastic. This is a very dry region, so not much green grass or trees. The sites are very large, and some can accomodate big rigs and boat trailers with ease. Note, rate does not reflect $7.00 entry fee into park. - Fitzjohnfan