This is a very nice park. Has wide and long sites. Tall trees with good shade. Friendly staff. The Wi-Fi works well. We backed up to a small stream and saw ducks floating downstream. The rate reflects Good Sam plus the 7% tax. Will stay here again.
This is a very nice park. Lots of grass and landscaping. Paved streets and gravel pads. Has some large pull-throughs if needed. The price is expensive, but so is everything in the area. I would have given this park a 10 if the internet service was good. Dont try to use it for more than email. Very slow. It is only available by coupon which is only good for 2 hours every 10 hours. For the price, they should provide services advertised. May stay here again. We prefer national park camps.
This is a National Forest Camp. The park was a little overgrown with weeds. The staff was very helpful. There is one area that takes reservations and has electric. Another area is for tents only. We did not reserve soon enough to get electric. This park gets a lot of use because of its location. It is on the shores of Dillon Reservoir with great views. It is only 1 mile from town, but seems remote. The area was hit with pine boars a few years ago and all the large trees are gone. Will stay here again.
This park needs a lot of attention. Very poorly maintained. The weeds were everywhere and around the picnic tables. The sites are paved and level. The hiking trails are overgrown. We never saw an attendant which was not a problem as it is self pay. Will not stay again.
This may be the best park in this area. A little pricy, but it is all about location. The park is 98% full. Reservations are recommended. There are lots of families and kids. We used it for a base camp for jeep adventures. Spaces are a little unlevel for larger rigs is the only reason I did not give it a 10. We will stay again next trip.
We stopped here on the way to Colorado. Nice clean park, friendly staff, the pull-through was good for about 58' length. There had been lots of rain yet the gravel and grass did a good job. Will stay here again. The rate reflects Good Sam and only electricity.
This park has only 6 spots for nightly rental. All others are semi- permanent. It is more of a trailer park/cabin facility. Very, very tight to get into. Not big rig friendly. The boat launch ramp is an incline railway that you tie your trailer to and lower with a winch into the water. We used a neighbor park ramp. We will not return, as there are many better parks on the lake.
The rate reflects monthly plus electricity. Have stayed in Havasu many times, but this is the first in Prospectors. Very nice park. Friendly staff. Wi-Fi only available close to office. Lake Havasu is the greatest for all types of recreation. We had a lot of toys and were given a spot to park the transport trailer. Most of the 15 or so residents were full time at this park. In the winter it is filled with snowbirds. We tried to reserve Jan and Feb. but there were no vacancies for that long a stay. Will stay in this park again.
It may be the nicest KOA we have seen. Great area under large pines. Our dog loved walking on the soil instead of gravel. Meals served in the parks cafe. Ouray is the greatest for Jeep traveling. Expensive, but all parks in the area are expensive. They don't list any weekly or monthly rates. We would stay a month if we can get a better rate. Beautiful San Juan Mountains all around. Will stay again next year.
This is an old KOA, probably from the 1960's. There was very low voltage in the sites by the river. There are some good sites in the other areas so tour first, then get a site. The owner died in Feb. '10 so the status next year may change.