1 Park near Wray, Colorado
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
Sep 2015 - $30.00
Is there anywhere more empty than Eastern Colorado? It could become the new State of West Kansas and no one would notice. All of which makes the "Wray Hitch'n Post" so welcome. If you check RVPR map for US385 in East Colorado you'll see.
This is a small park, 20 sites, on US385 South of Wray. The long, pull through sites are almost all occupied by permanents. They save a couple of pull throughs for travelers, as they did for us. Call first!! There are smaller back-ins that would accommodate most average rv's willing to unhook their tow and forgo sewer. These back-ins have grass and trees, the pull throughs are all gravel. Utilities are well placed, wi-fi was very good, no cable but antenna tv brings in lots of channels from Denver.
The owners are new and working very hard to upgrade and beautify this park. Their house is on the premises, you sort of register in their front room. The wife was fun to talk to and told us all about their plans. She gave us a promotional pen and note paper with their name and info. I don't think I've been given something at a RV Park other than a bill. I thought it was nice.
The park is very pretty with lawns and flowers. It is clean and well maintained. The permanents are neat and tidy; having the owner on site probably helps. These men all seemed to work with power lines. They worked hard and were very quiet. We stayed up later than they.
The bathrooms are in a bldg with the laundry. The facilities are small but very clean. There is a man's and a woman's bathroom and two uni-sex showers. Disregard any reference to pay showers in older posts. This has been discontinued. The coin boxes are still there but taped over. These rooms were obviously monitored and tended all day.
What is needed is signage! The large, night lit, sign is so weathered and bleached that it is illegible. Watch very carefully south of Wray or you'll miss it. This was a very comfortable night on a very empty highway. - Jack B