This park is part of the Legacy RV Resort and is quite upscale as a RV park. I’d compare it to the Marriott Inn or a Regency Hyatt as a motel. Sites have concrete pads, are well spaced, quite clean, with some trees for shade. Restrooms, showers, and laundry are clean and handy. The pool was closed due to storms in the area but the spa was open as it is in an enclosed area. The free continental breakfast consist of bagels, various breads to toast, coffee cakes, and hot or cold cereal. The only thing I missed was the waffle iron to make your own waffles. The staff was helpful with ideas of things to do and see. This place is definitely a keeper. Interstate work and construction at the exit required a little navigation but no real problem. There is another RV park a block or so before getting to American RV and I almost turned into the wrong driveway. Only my GPS kept me straight. So watch out.
A nice park well off the major highways and easy to get to. But, as others have noted, it is adjacent to the airport and a short distance from the rail line. The airport is not a major hub so traffic is minimum. Two or three times one day military jets screamed by but the airport apparently shuts down at night so there was no night traffic that disturbed us. And the very few low moans of train whistles in the distance brought back pleasant childhood memories. The sites were grass or gravel and level. TV was strange in that a limited cable system did not carry any of the local channels (ABC, CBS, NBC). Then when I switched to the antenna for local channels I lost all cable channels. WiFi signal was strong and constant. There is a special restroom and shower for handicapped but you have to ask for the code to get in. The staff were friendly and helpful. The restrooms were clean. Rabbits freely roam the campsites and did not seem to be bothered by humans. The staff may suggest dinner at the Big Texan, home of the “free” 72 oz. steak and a great place to eat, but be prepared for a minimum tab of $25+ per person. All in all, a nice place for a short stay.
Called the RV park about 6 hours out and asked if there was a possibility of a reservation that night for five days. Lady took phone number and said she would check and call back. Be patient. Two hours later she called back. There was only one space left: a back-in rather than a pull through but they would help me back in. Upon arrival lady at registration quite helpful. Great site at rear of RV park with 15+ feet between units. Noticed other sites some what more crowded. Cable TV had many channels and WiFi had strong signal. But Wi-Fi is secured with a password and nothing was said about that at registration. Had to return to get password. Our site virtually abutted National Park boundary. Sites all gravel with little leveling needed. Few sites with trees or shade. Absolutely fabulous view of the mountains. Bathrooms and showers very clean and modern. Easy access to the RMNP and to town. RV park had a Friday and Saturday night buffet with entertainment with a dance following at $50 per couple. Make reservations for dinner early as reservations fills early. This seems to be the place to stay in Estes Park. We were in a 29 footer.
The campground 2 blocks off Interstate and as quiet as sleeping in a cemetery. The rate was for water, electric, sewer, cable TV and WiFi with no discount. It is an older campground with many older trailers but most seem to be kept up. The grounds clean and neat. It is more a Motel 6 or Super 8 than a Regency Hyatt. Our site was level. The WiFi signal was weak (2 bars out of 5) but no problem with log in or download.There were more cable channels than I needed. The staff was friendly and helpful. It is a food place to stay for an over night on the road. I called ahead for a reservation that morning and no advance deposit was required. I will be back on return trip.