Nice host, his campground since 1967. On Historic Route 66 near the town of Shamrock where the Conoco from the movie "Cars" is located. Short drive off the interstate to arrive. The pull throughs were updated and it is a good overnight spot. However, be prepared that the interstate noise is everpresent and the playground equipment is dated, but functional. There are several full-timers there but were no bother.
The host was good, but the park was in need of updating. The playground equipment was falling apart, the showers either don't work or there was some special trick to getting them to work. The pool and hot tub were nice additions and seemed new. We had a sewer vent stack right next to our site which vented sewer gases some times, so having our windows open was not an option. The store has a nice selection of food and they cook and deliver the food to the trailers. We didn't use the service, but a number of the other campers did.
This park was excellent. The young lady that acted as host was wonderful as well. We called early in the day and she didn't have anything available, but called us back later and told us she had something open up. The showers were exceptional and the bathroom was also very good. The only reason that I'm not rating it a 10 is that the WiFi didn't work well, very slow connection, in spite of having many repeaters relaying the signal. Finally, great views of sunsets over the mountains and very well maintained.
This RV park overlooks the Great Sand Dunes and the view in the morning is incredible as the sun comes up on the mountains. If you've traveled a ways, it also has fuel and propane, which was a welcome sight for us. It was just a mile from the Great Sand Dunes. WiFi didn't work for us, but I'm starting to think from this trip that you should bring your cell Hotspot with you anytime you travel in RV parks. The host was very friendly and funny!
My recommendation here is to call ahead and be really friendly with the staff. We called ahead and got a spot for three nights, looking right across the valley at Pike's Peak. Absolutely stunning views. Pronghorn deer were everywhere, rabbits in the park. The only reason I didn't rate it a 10 is that the WiFi didn't work for us. I assume it was because we were at the far end of the park. That doesn't matter for us as we use our Verizon Hotspot. Laundry facilities were good, dryers were a little slow.
This is a great campsite. Be sure to visit the "pyramids" while you are there. A good restaurant right next to it, fuel across the road. The showers, bathrooms, and laundry are first rate for an RV park. The only reason I rated it 9 instead of 10 is because of the native thorny plants that take over when the grass isn't there. Just make sure you don't drive in them or walk in them. Also, make sure you don't let your dog in them!
Great campground next to a nice little stream which I am sure is very nice in the spring. We really enjoyed staying here and it was busy. The only drawback were the trains that ran all day. However, they seemed to stop at night and so we got a good nights sleep.
Nice little park for an overnight. They had some reindeer in the old miniature golf course, which were nice for the kids to feed. They are doing some work to upgrade. Right off the interstate, easy to get to, and friendly.