1 Park near Wray, Colorado
Sep 2016 - $30.00
Very nice park just outside of Wray. Stayed here over Labor Day weekend. As we were traveling in Owner called and said she would not be there to greet us but to choose a site and she would register us later. I thought that was a very nice thing to do. The FHU sites are gravel and plenty of room. The wind break is very nice at keeping the winds from howling through the campground. The park is up on a bluff and gave very nice views, especially of some of the thunderstorms passing by. The grassy area for tents and back in's was very nice. The owner was very friendly and cheerful, even offered us Ice Cream one day. The WiFi was great, some of the best we have had. We did not have to bring out the mobile hotspots which was nice. There were some long term people but everyone was friendly. It was very quite at night.
No real negatives but a couple of things that some might want to know about. We did notice the morning wake up call by the local Donkey but it was funny for the most part, I suppose if you stayed for a long time it might get old. The utilities are in an area contained by a 6 inch fence that causes a bit if a problem with the sewer dump. Road noise was not all night and generally not bad. Did hear a couple of trains but sleeping was very good and uninterrupted by noise.
We will be going back at some point since it was so nice a peaceful. I would recommend reservation since it can get full at some times of the year. - Teddy Bear Travels
Jul 2016 - $30.00
FHU, 50amp pull-through gravel site. Very nice, helpful, friendly owner. Property is well maintained. Free WIFI was excellent and many over the air TV stations were available. We would return if in this area again. - Bob & Stephanie
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This is a great little spot to stay overnight after crossing the Nebraska prairie. Although it is filled with many long-termers (electrical workers on wind towers), they are all nice folks with newer, well kept trailers. Reservations are highly recommended. Owner was very friendly and helpful, the pull-throughs are wide and convenient and the restroom/shower facilities clean are and well kept. About the only drawback is when the wind is in the north, you can smell the feedlot, but that's true of all eastern Colorado. We will definitely keep this on our top list of stays in the future. - Colorado Vagabond