We stayed here a couple of weeks last year and stayed here a month this year (2012)and will probably stay here again in the future. This is an older park established in the 1950's I think, and was in a Chevy Chase movie "Vacation" made in the 1980's. Facilities are older but kept clean and usable. The WiFi does not reach all the campsites but an air card (Verizon)takes care of our needs just fine. A river on the south side of the campground has a good brown and rainbow trout population. They stocked it every two weeks while we were there with rainbow trout. Watched them stock in about five different locations (holes ?)in the stretch of river below the campsites. Most of the hosts were very friendly and helpful. Laundry facilities were acceptable, showers and restroom facilities were older but clean and working. We would return to this campground as it is a good central location to this part of Colorado.
We stayed here overnight on a trip to Colorado. This is a city park with no charge for the first couple of nights or so. We did make a donation because it does cost them something to keep the park open and it was certainly worth the donation. Clean basic services, nearby memorial that was well done for service personnel from the area. Not a place with fine dining but did have basic fast food places. An overnight stay is what it is best for.