This is a small, clean, older park. The manager is very friendly and helpful. The park has many long-term residents, but the sites are kept clean and neat. There were many dogs, but they were very quiet. Carter Valley road is very busy starting at about 5:00AM, so lots of traffic noise. The sites are narrow, but level as in most older parks. Power is adequate, and some sites have 50A. The nightly fee reflects the monthly rate of $415/month including electric. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground was OK. Sites were very close together. Slides were almost touching. Very little space to park tow. On the plus side, this CG is not far from Estes Park and RMNP. Sites are level. We would stay here as again as a last resort. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We moved here after a bad experience at another Loveland Park and were so happy to find such a lovely little campground to spend a few days. Linda - the owner - was extremely friendly and accommodating and there is a little store attached to the office if you need to replenish some basics. The park is small and sites aren't huge, but there is plenty of room for big rigs to maneuver. There is a nice view of mountains and horse ranch with plenty of grassy area for walking pets, no trains and quiet road so it was extremely quiet at night. Roads and sites are gravel, but they are big stones so there wasn't much dust at all, and picnic tables with shade trees were provided at most sites. Wi-Fi was a little slow, but faster than our data card. There were what looked like some seasonal residents, but they were all quiet and neat - one site looked really nice! So they weren't a detractor at all. We planned on staying one night, but because it was so quiet, friendly and pretty, we ended up staying 4 nights and hated to leave. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was a campground just off Hwy 34 on the route to Rocky Mountains National Park. We intended to stay in Estes Park, but after driving up there later, we were glad we stopped sooner. The roads past this campground become much curvier and are somewhat of a challenge if you are tired of driving as we were. Estes Park is a touristy town and the streets are a little narrow. Apparently there are plenty of campgrounds up there tho. Carter Lake was plenty adequate, some sites not level. Looked to be more seasonal than permanent parties here, but it didn't detract. We were so tired we didn't even ask about Wi-Fi, but I saw someone using a laptop, so it's possible they had it. There's a little "store" inside the office to pick up some necessities. We camped here in a Motorhome.