This is a great park. The widest longest sites I have ever seen in a KOA campground. Most sites had beautiful thick grass lawns and many had a wood swing. The people were very nice. I highly recommend this campground.
This campground has a lot of potential but has been allow to deuterate. The sites could use work and the whole area needs to be cleaned up. It rained while we were there and the campground became a sea of mud. The people seem to be very nice and helpful. This could be a very nice campground if some work was put into it.
This is a great national forest campground just one mile from Redstone, Co. and beside the Crystal River, very clean and spacious sites. Redstone is a neat little town to explore and the town of Marble is the site of an old quarry where the marble for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and Lincoln Memorial came from. Campgrounds is also very handy to Aspen and the Independence Pass road.