2 Parks near Seibert, Colorado
Aug 2016 - $15.00
Good for a night over when travelling through eastern Colorado on IH-40. Park is small and appears cluttered. Overnight sites located away from some of the apparently permanent residents. The owners live on-site and are some of the most helpful and friendly we've encountered. Grass sites are level with full-hookups. Some shade. Verizon signal strong. Passport America rate is $15. Nearby fully-stocked market. Diesel at IH exit. Propane 10 miles west on IH-40 at Flagler. - SunStar203
Jul 2016 - $18.00
This is a Passport America park. A nice park populated mostly by RVers coming off the road for the night. We had a reservation, but it appeared most of the rigs arrived without one. When we arrived there were about 3 rigs, but by dark the park was almost full. Good laundry and sites were so level we did not bother to deploy our jacks. Water pressure was okay but our cable was not worth the extra expense. The WiFi was also not worth the extra expense. There is a nice little museum called Oil Patch Museum across the street. For those interested, it chronicles the history of the local oil industry. Many large pieces of old equipment are on display. There is no cost and it is open late afternoons Memorial Day through Labor Day.
Passport America rate was $23/night, cash or check.
We would definitely use the park again. - Workamper04
Jul 2016 - $27.00
Close to I-70. Convenient coming or going to Denver. TV and satellite. Some shade. Good manager. Gravel sites. - Supdog11
Oct 2014 - $18.00
Mostly the same as other comments. Wi-Fi, they give you a password, but you can't use it in the park, just the gas station. The sites need to be cut back as the tree limbs are in the way Free on air TV is only PBS and ION. Price is Passport America, including tax. - magic
Jun 2013 - $18.00
This RV park is basically a gravel parking lot behind a gas station. It has full hookups, a picnic table and shade trees between the sites. It is far enough off of the highway so there is very little road noise. The $18 rate reflects the P/A rate plus tax. - Michael Kibler
Sep 2012 - $18.00
This is a great overnight place, but is not to be confused with a destination park. The sites are a little rough, but level. Sites 1-9 provide 50 amp electrical service, and the rest are 30amp. All sites have full hookups. The WiFi is a little spotty, but I did use it. The pull through sites are more than long enough to accommodate our 62' length (36' Class A + 26' Trailer). The park is operated by the owners of the Conoco Gas Station. The Interstate noise was almost not noticeable to us. If you fuel up at the Conoco you get 5 cents off per gallon if you stay in the RV Park. - chockwald