We drove here to wait out a very strong west wind. Happily, we were given a level, partly sheltered space, which we shared with dozens of tumble weeds, on the east side of the park. The restrooms and showers were large and clean, but a bit of a walk. Hookups were good and WiFi was adequate. There is a small, gravel dog park which we had to use because our dog immediately picked up burrs on the advertised dog walk trail. I'm glad we were here when it was cool because there are no shaded spots in this park.
This place was a happy find for us. All powered sites are paved, although not very level, and have a covered patio area. The views here are incredible and the paved nature trail through an ancient lava flow is wonderful; especially, first thing in the morning. It didn't hurt that we were here the night of the lunar eclipse and the cactus were in bloom - magical. There are lots of good places to walk a pet. Our rate reflects the senior federal discount.
We came here to use the hot springs. The campground, while certainly not top rate, was a plus. Everything is dirt and fairly level, with lots of trees and brush and good space between the individual sites. Only outhouses are available unless you walk the quarter mile or so to the spa facilities. There you will find a nice restaurant and bar and a lobby in which you can get WiFi. Shower facilities are available but only if you pay the additional expense to get in to the pool area. Maps for the many hiking/biking trails are at the front desk. This is a wonderful campground for walking your pets. If you want to use the dump you have to get someone from the spa to unlock it for you.
Back in sites are extremely close together, but level with a nice, little cement patio to step out on and someone to help you back in to your space. The bathrooms are clean, but everything about the park is dated. It looks like it was built long ago and the city grew up around it. Because it is on a very busy street, noise is noticeable but all kinds of services are nearby. There is a large, wood chip covered pet area at the back of the park. We chose not to use the city bus that stops right outside the park, because the very helpful staff gave is a good map for downtown motor home parking.
The last 4 miles of the 21 miles of dirt road into Chaco is really bad. We saw a rental motor home buried up to it's axles after getting too close to the shoulder so be prepared. The campground fills up even at midweek so a reservation is wise if you want to spend over night here. The campground is primitive but there are flush toilets and drinking water available at the visitor center. There is a lot to explore and lots of good walking trails, some of which are available for pets on a leash.
A well maintained park with a helpful and friendly staff. The gravel spaces aren't very well defined but there is lots of space to work with. Wildlife abounds with deer visits and a bird covered small lake within easy walking distance. There is a large pet area and other good areas to walk a dog. A good base for visiting Mesa Verde NP.
A very clean park close to a busy highway, but because it is below highway level it is quiet. I could only get Wi-Fi when standing at the check-in desk, even though the owner drove down to our site to tell us their router was in good working order. We tried it on three different Apple products and still, couldn't get it at our site. Although the entire park is gravel there are large open fields behind it that are good for dog walking. The bathrooms are clean, but the shower stalls are very small. Good for a one night stay.
This is a popular park as a put in spot on the Green River, and so lots of young people in tents. There are very few pull-through sites and many of the back-in site are anything but level. There is a golf course next door, but dogs are not allowed and except for the campground loops there is very little space to walk a pet. It's a quiet park because it is far off the highway. Okay as a one night stop.
Lovely, wide pull-through sites with many trees and lots of great places to walk a dog. The management was very helpful and friendly. A boat launch area with it's own access road separates the RV park from the river. We only spent one night but would have happily spent more time here.
Clean park with pull-through sites, fairly close together. Interestingly, although there were three nice shower/bathrooms, only one was available while we were there, and that one saw heavy usage by folks living in the park. The pet area was limited unless you want to walk beside the train tracks. Fine for a one night stay.
We stay here often because it is far off the highway and therefore quiet. There are acres of grass, so are many good places to walk our dog. As early in the season as we were, it was hard to find a garbage can in which to dispose of dog wastes. The sites are level, and although there are very few trees the sites are wide so there is a good distance from your neighbors. We always try to get a powered site, but unpowered sites are available.