4 Parks near Steamboat Springs, Colorado
Oct 2015 - $33.00
This park is about 6-7 miles west of Steamboat Springs in the middle of nowhere. There is a train track across the highway from the park & when a train passes it honks it's horn - doesn't seem to be on a set schedule though. Sometimes it was during the day & sometimes at night. Otherwise it's pretty quiet. Site was spacious and pretty level. - K Martin
Oct 2015 - $45.00
This park is small and it's about 4 miles west of the edge of Steamboat, but it's peaceful and it's in a beautiful setting. The Wi-Fi is pretty good for an RV park, but the Verizon cell phone service is touchy, with only 1-2 bars of 3G. The park is very well maintained and the managers are very friendly and accommodating. There is a washer and dryer in both of the Ladies' restrooms and use of the machines is on a donation basis. It is dusty and you have to drive slowly in the park to keep the dust down. Overall, we found the park to be very pleasant. We will stay at Eagle Soaring RV park again. - User3542
Jul 2015 - $37.00
There is one row of very narrow sites. Awnings touched the trees on both sides. The sites are not level and low with water pooling when raining to the point that some sites had small portable sump pumps running. The gravel road is not treated for dust at all. When dry it is very dusty and everyone is made to loop around the whole park coming and going. The bathrooms were full of dead Earwigs. Earwigs were over running the camp sites as well. I had a nest of hundreds when I pulled the jack up. I did not put any of our outside equipment back in the trailer. After brushing and washing I put it all in the truck bed instead. We will not stay here again. - Best-Travels
Jun 2012 - $10.00
Meadows is on the top of Rabbits Ears Pass, in the National Forest. At the time of our camp, the forestry service removed most if not all of the beetle-kill, and provided each campsite with copious firewood (!). New plantings were visible. Each site has a fire ring and picnic table. The sites are very nice and private, but not necessarily level. Trees and a narrow road make this a campground NOT amenable to big rigs. This is dry camping at its best, and we will definitely visit again. - freebird3
Aug 2015 - $6.00
Previous reviewers have covered the basics well. Typical amenities of a forest service campground--vault toilets, drinking water but no way to fill RV tanks, some sites are highly un-level. The lake is nice with good fishing and the hike up to Rabbit Ears Pass is great. We came here because we were told that the wildflowers were good, but that was not correct--the wildflowers are SPECTACULAR! The space between many campsites is quite large and the entire campground and surrounding meadows are just covered with wildflowers of all colors--many are waist high! This is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful places we have camped in two years of full-timing. The site we reserved (#18)is also one of the most slanted (side-to-side and front-to-back) we have ever been in, but we managed to get level. - MrSunshine
Sep 2014 - $6.00
Beautiful campground. Quiet (at least during the week). Easy drive to Steamboat Springs. At trail head for great hike to Rabbit Ears Peak. While many sites are long enough for a big rig, most of the back-in sites are not level. Pull-through site #8 is the best. Sites 1, 2, 5, 9 and 20 also good. Three trees at the main loop's entrance can be avoided with care. Would definitely stay here again. - Mingo Papa
Jul 2009 - $12.00
This is a beautiful open campground. There are great views of a wildflower covered meadow to the south west. Since the elevation is 9500' you don't need to worry about shade, unless you are tenting. There are nice tent site with shade. The only down side to the campground is the out of level campsites. Several of the sites are long enough for a 40' motorhome. You will have to work to level your RV though! Keep in mind this is a National Forest campgrounds. There is no water, electric or sewer connections. There is a hand pump for well water. - A-S_Travels
Apr 2016 - $51.00
$3 per pet & child fee added $9 a day for no amenities. $63 for the week for what? No working internet, no pool, no playground, no pet area and multiple dogs and cats running loose around. The campground was mud, we could not even walk our dogs without other strange dogs running up to us.
Only 1 bathhouse open during remodel, so ladies and men had to share alternate hours. No recycling bins were provided either.
Campground must have poor drainage since at one point the campground was underwater due to snow melt. Only place open in town, was happy to at least get a 30Amp site.
Mostly permanent guests with trash outside their trailers, some trailers so old, I don't know if they'd even drive out of there. The guy next to us had his own full-on private disco in his RV every night with loud music and flashing lights to entertain himself, he at least kept it quiet during quiet hours, but was annoying the rest of the time. - OurRVLife
Sep 2015 - $55.00
Parked across from us and within view of our front windows is well worn Southwind with no license plate and junk all over their patio area. Not what I like to see at any campground, especially when I have paid for a "Deluxe" site @ $50+ per night. Checked in 3:30 p.m. tried to call office at 4:24 and no one answering phone. Employee party. No answer to phone next morning. Receipt to be sent by email. Not yet received as of 4:50 p.m. next day. Patio cement is broken. We were in 42' MH. Would not stay here again. - 78WidgeT
Aug 2015 - $55.00
Many of the previous reviews written in summer/fall of 2015 are pretty accurate. What the park has going for it is its location. It is conveniently located near downtown and the city bus stops at the park at least hourly. We had stayed here in fall of 2014 when it was Steamboat Campground and we were disappointed overall. Some sites had drainage issues and the park overall seemed rundown. We looked forward to returning after KOA took over. Unfortunately, not much has changed. There are still a lot of improvements to be made. Perhaps in the future this will be a really great RV park, but for now, it's just a convenient, bearable stopover. - User3542