This park is an easy access from Wray. It is a very clean and well maintained RV park. There are some long term residents. The showers are pay. The current owners have sold the park and we were told that the new owners intend to continue operations. There is some road and train noise, but a fan muffled it for us. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A clean, good overnight campground. Very friendly, helpful hosts. Hook-ups were fine and well located. We had a pull through site that was of adequate length and width and was level. We would stay again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
So glad we found it as their callback came after we were already hooked up. The campground sign is big but faded...at 45 mph (outskirts of town) we did a U-turn as had passed it. Set off the road on private homestead, just a gem. Note, this is the ONLY campground north of Burlington CO south of Julesburg. Burlington's campground was a deserted inner city campsite! Good Wi-Fi signal; good antenna TV reception. The owners might want to post a sign in bathrooms or tell people at check in that the bathroom/ shower door knob is a twist lock. Had never encountered one before; not rocket science to figure out; did so after my shower!! Would come again. Very friendly place; long term oil workers, but overnight spaces were available. Dog liked it too. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Given its location, well away from an Interstate or a major tourist stop, it is quite nice. An older park (17 years) it is in excellent condition. Park owner (?) is quite nice. Sites are level with well located utilities. Well lit for late arrivals. Despite repeated efforts we could not connect with the WiFi. Be careful when approaching the park; it is on the right (east side) of the highway. The sign is quite faded and hard to read. On entry, stop in front of the house. Do not turn to the left side of the house. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.