The Carpios Ridge Campground at Trinidad Lake State Park was upgraded about a year ago. It now has some large sites for 40' motorhomes. It also has a few full hookups, but most sites offer only 50amp electric hookups. So go in with your water tank full and your gray/black tanks empty. The campground has some really nice sites with lots of pines around them. A lot of the sites are paved. A reservation can be made through the state park's website - www.colorado.gov/parks - or by phone. There are pictures of each campsite on the website's reservation page so you know what you are getting. There is a reservation fee. Also, there is a park entrance fee for a tow vehicle. Even though there is only electric available at most sites, we would definitely go back. What a beautiful setting overlooking the lake!
We had a great site with shade during very warm weather. This park has major cable service which worked just fine as did their Wi-Fi service. The store was one of the nicest we've ever seen in a campground. Our campsite was toward the back of the park so we did not notice any road noise. Now if they would just pave their interior roads to keep the dust down that would be great! Really enjoyed our stay though and will definitely go back.
This campground has been here awhile, but was no problem for a 40' motorhome. Pull throughs had plenty of room for us and our tow vehicle. It is a quiet park for right in the city, as long as one has a campsite at least half way down in the park or more. Lots of great shade trees here during hot weather. Couldn't use our satellite because of that, but their cable TV includes 70+ channels, so we were fine. Laundry room was very nice and cost was slightly less than our previous campsite. If you're a walker, there's a large park across the street (can't see it because there's a hill) that is a wonderful place to go walking or take the kids for some fun. WiFi was a little iffy at times.
What a beautiful park for RVers! This is a mountain region with lots of gorgeous pines throughout the park and around the sites. All roads in and around this state park are paved with all sites being concrete pads and mostly level. There are lots of places to walk, bike and fish here. It has full hookups with some 50amp service sites. We chose a site in the Red Head Loop with 30amp service because the 50amps were taken and that worked out just fine. If planning to use a satellite mounted on top of a motorhome, one must be site selective. About the only thing this park does not have is WiFi access. Our Verizon cell phones worked just fine here.
Quiet park in a quiet area of Arizona. No problems with any of the hookups, and WiFi worked fine. We chose an open site so we could use our satellite mounted on the top of our motorhome. Laundry facilities were very clean, good washers and dryers, and very reasonable in comparison to other parks.