This is a very nice park if you are passing through, or if you have business in the San Jose Area. The managers and maintenance staff are terrific, and the park is very clean. There is a large amount of permanent residents, but I find that is true of most RV parks these days. These folks obviously took pride in their park. Yes, there are some children playing, but what curmudgeon doesn’t enjoy watching kids have a good time? The park is right off the freeway, and there is a Chevron station right across the street with easy RV access. There are also several fast food restaurants nearby. Best of all, an ice cream truck made the rounds through the park one evening, which earned the park five stars as far as I’m concerned. The bathrooms and laundry were all very clean. We come to this area quite a bit, and plan to stay here again.
I really appreciated this park. It's a former mobile home park, so the ambience isn't the greatest. If you want a picturesque camp site, I suggest you try Cherry Creek State Park a few miles away. However, if you want a clean, quiet place to stay in the Denver area, at a reasonable rate, this is the place for you. I stayed here for a week in August waiting for some new axles for my trailer, and I really enjoyed it. This is a third generation family owned business, and the management was extremely nice. The sites were huge, and they help everyone back into their site. One suggestion is, don't take a spot next to the highway. Also, try the rib joint across the street if you're feeling adventurous. It's take-out only, and a little grungy, but the ribs are amazing!
Very nice park, clean and well run. The management was very helpful. The approach signs to the park from the west were a little confusing, directing a right turn to go around the block so we don't have to hold up traffic with a left turn. We paid a few extra bucks to get a spot on the pond. The aerators were a little noisy since they run all night, but it was very pretty and the ducks were a lot of fun.
We stayed here one night while visiting the Little Big Horn, and thoroughly enjoyed it. The campground owners were very nice, loaned us a CD for the tour, and gave us an excellent shortcut to Mount Rushmore, which was our next stop. Don't bother with a pull-through, because the back-in sites are HUGE and the access road is extremely wide. If you can't back into one of these sites, you probably shouldn't be driving an RV! This is a very nice place if you're visiting the local parks or just passing through.
Love this park! We stayed here for two weeks and enjoyed the relaxed atmosphere. The park was very clean and well-run, and the sites were large and easy to back into. It would be perfect except for the lack of sewer hook-ups. Check out a restaurant called "Oh! Dennis" a mile or so down the highway, if you're into great steaks and ribs.
Love this park! It is extremely clean and well-run. We accidentally arrived a day early, and the staff quickly found us another camp-site in the area since they were booked solid. We can't think of a nicer place to stay while visiting the National Park. We had originally hoped to stay inside the park, but after checking out the campgrounds in the park we were very happy that we booked here instead. The park is four blocks from the West Entrance, and some of the sites actually border the park.
I stumbled upon this park while travelling through, and loved it. I only stayed one night, but wish I had time to stay longer. I had a pull-through site on a hill overlooking the rest of the park and the neighboring countryside, and thought it was extremely peaceful and pretty. The camp management was very nice.