Simple straightforward park for a short stay. No Restrooms or showers. 7 sites all pull through. Right on Hwy 50 on the left-side as you enter the town westbound. We would spend the night here again. Definitely no frills or railroad noise.
Noted that this park had not be reviewed recently. Nothing has changed since the previous review. The park can hold 6, but tonight there are only 2 sites occupied. Donations accepted but stays are limited to 2 nights. Park is between highway and river so you have the best and worst of both. I definitely would stay here again. All the sites are the same size and we have a 30 Class A, with a Jeep Toad and we barely fit in our site, so anything longer with a Toad would be a problem.
Park is old but functional for short stay. Location: 32.4067, -100.7588 or approx 5 miles East of Colorado City along the frontage road south of I-20. Host lives on-site and was helpful. Does not accept credit cards.
Basic overnight park. Nice long pull through sites. Active elevated Railroad tracks an estimated 100 yards north of the park and a crossing close by. There are the accompanying whistles with each passing train. Price is right so we would definitely stay here again for an overnight.
Basic RV Park right next to I-25 with normal traffic noise. Park does have 50 Amp power, but does not allow electric heaters. There were signs saying "NO ELECTRIC HEATERS" and the owner repeated the prohibition. The night we were here, the low was 33 so heat was definitely needed. Sites were narrow but adequate to extend slides on both sides.
We camp in a Motorhome so we didn't see the bathrooms. When we arrived the office was closed so we just filled out the form added a check and dropped it in the slot. There were lots of nice shaded spots that were nice and long. The slots were not quite double wide but more than enough to extend slides on both sides without infringing on the neighbors space. Just before we left I spoke with the office staff who was very helpful. Not exactly a resort but more than adequate for a few nights. While we were there we checked out the locations of the other parks in Grants and I think this is probably the quietest and certainly the furthest from the train tracks.
Nice park; nice grass sites with full hookups. Roads are asphalt in good shape so I don't understand previous reviews that spoke of dirt and dust. We spent the night near the back of the park and there was very minimal road noise, maybe the tent sites which are closer to the road would notice the road noise more than we did. The laundry was clean and in good repair.
Top rate military campground for active duty and retirees. Large spacious sites, concrete pull through and toad parking. Picnic table at each site and covered picnic areas on every other row. One of the best military RV campgrounds I have ever seen.
This is a military park and is restricted to military personal and certain civilians. This is about the most basic park you will find and is the epitome of dry camping. There are some defined spaces and an almost unlimited overflow area that is just as good as the defined spaces. The area has a fair amount of oak trees if you need shade.
Excellent park. Access is via a long narrow one lane road. Facilities were generally excellent. Free WiFi in the vicinity of the Adult Lodge only. This is a Thousand Trails park but we visited as an RPI member so we paid $8 a night.
This park has real hot springs on site and admission to the hot springs is included in the price. The Resort is right off Hwy US 101 and the traffic noise is substantial. They say the max RV length is 25 ft but they allowed us to stay in one site knowing our RV was just shy of 30 ft. Showers and restrooms are aged but OK.