This is NOT a destination. It part of the fairgrounds and is a dirt lot with water/electric sites that are quite narrow. We don't have any slides and we found it cramped. Site was dirt and sloped a bit so we had to use the rarely used leveling blocks. When we got here there were some sketchy types hanging out smoking and drinking but they left the next day. Water/electric worked well. Nothing for kids to do but run around dodging traffic. We stayed here 3 nights as nothing else was available. This park is okay for adults with small rigs who need an overnight stop. We might stay here again if the need ever arises. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well where do I start. We had reservations to stay in this campground and while we were staying at the state park close by we decided to drive by and check it out. We are so glad we did because there is no way we could stay there. The sites are really too close because if you are lucky to get your slide out you won't have RV and those that did were barley big enough. The grass between sites was dead or over grown, a adult put bull was laying in the gutter and we wondered if it was dead, this place just did not look like a safe environment. Don't let the picture on the web page fool you as it is very misleading. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We camped here 5 nights. The staff was extremely friendly. The showers were clean and the sites, although close, we're adequate. The entire campground was dirt so either dusty or muddy, depending on weather. Our RV is 38' long. The campground has great access to walk/bike trails, shopping, and restaurants. We would camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has improved considerably because of the manager. She is a cheerful, helpful, and pleasant person to talk to. This is an OK place to stay and is probably the most convenient place for access to Longmont or Boulder. Be aware there is a limit of 14 days a year, which is held to fairly rigorously unless there is an emergency such as a breakdown or a serious health concern. We would stay here again as a good place to stay while visiting families in Boulder. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My biggest problem with this park is the size of the spots. Between the location, price and other parks being full, we forced our 35' fifth wheel into one of their regular pull-through sites. We had a tree on the driver's sided that limited our flexibility within the spot. Our passenger slideout was over our spot's boundary. If we wanted to sit outside, we would have to put our chairs out front or back; no room out the front door. After a couple of days the RV beside us moved and we we had room to breathe. There were plenty of open spots so all of us bohemians could spill over. There is no WiFi and you can not send packages here. There is a train that makes about 3 trips during the night, and it blows its horn the whole time! Bring ear plugs. There are so many positives though. There is great walking trails out back of the fairgrounds along ponds and the river; you can walk for miles. There is a farmer's market on Saturdays. The events at the fairgrounds brings lots of horses around on the weekends. Animal Care Services is down the road and I loved to see all the volunteers walk dogs all day. I was also able to get my dogs and cat vaccinated at their wellness clinic by just walking over with no appointment needed. There was no dog poop or litter relative to any other place we've stayed! Lots of goose poop at the ponds though. Since no sewer and we were staying for 2 weeks, I showered in their facilities. They were spotless, hot water, and good pressure. I was sad to go back to showering in my RV. They had recycling and composting! We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The sites in this park are very close together, but is still an OK place to spend a few nights. There is little privacy, but the park is well run and is quite at night. We spent a couple of weekend nights because there were few other places to stay. On Saturday morning, we were treated to a very nice Farmers Market only a short walk away. We did not have time during our stay to avail ourselves to the great bike trails in the area, plus some were damaged by the flooding of of 2013. The stay was made more pleasant by a very nice and helpful campground manager. She knew the area and was more than happy to spend time sharing her information. There was a sign on the registration window stating that they could not be responsible for low voltage. At first that concerned us, but the manager said she had never seen a problem during her stay and we had no problem. Our Verizon phone and data worked very well. We were able to get satellite, but some sites would have a problem. Some of the sites have a bit of shade, which can be quite welcome during the summer. Unfortunately, the campground does not have a laundry. You can all ahead to make reservations, but, at times, it can be difficult reaching the campground manager. The price is right. We would stay here again to stock up, but it would not be a destination park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Nice county-run park. Sites are dirt but level with a bit of grass between them. Water and electricity only. Water and electicity is $25, water OR electric only is $20, no hookups $15. Self pay station if the office is closed takes Visa, MC, or cash. Might be a bit noisy if there are events going on but on this Friday night it was peaceful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is a nice park in Longmont. Sites are various sizes with some that can hold a 45' motorhome and toad. There is a dump station at the park. Some sights have electric/water or just electric. Park is located within driving distance to the Rocky Mountain NP about 1 1/4 hour. Sites are gravel, sand, and dirt, which can be messy if it rains. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Sites are very close together, luckily most of the time we were there the park wasn't full. We were here for 13 nights due to needing to get some work done on our truck. Nice feature is that this park is within easy walking / biking distance of the St. Vrain Greenway trail for recreational opportunities. Weekends are busier with all the activities at the Fairgrounds, but overall it's pretty quiet at this park. Our Verizon MiFi worked well in the park. We took advantage of the many, many shopping opportunities to restock and refurbish a few items in our rig. We'd rather stay at a state park or a park with a little more room between sites, but overall our stay here was okay and was a reasonable choice given that we had to be in the area for the work on our truck. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park. We have 2 dogs and it was a perfect place with acres of land around to walk the dogs. There were trails and ponds nearby. Although there is no sewer hookup, the dump station is available for that and it worked out fine. There's no Wi-Fi, but there are many "hot spots" around the area at restaurants and coffee houses. We had to be here on business and it was a good place to stay for 10 days since it is not expensive. The park host was very, very nice. We are definitely coming back here. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Ended up at the Fair Grounds after our previous RV Park did not work out. We were visiting for a wedding and since the last park didn't work out, we were getting desperate. The Fair Grounds are a no frills place, but everything was clean, quite and secure. We stayed for 3 days. Would stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Previous reviewer comments still valid. $25 fee is for water and electricity, $20 for only one of them. A mixture of campers -- tents to motor homes. Pull through spaces too short for RV & car, but plenty of extra parking available. Nearest laundry is on Main street, not too far. Over-the-air TV reception very good. Verizon MiFi worked well. Best to carefully choose your spot, rather than have the host assign it, as some are narrow, short, and have trees in the way. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground has a variety of sites, some are suitable for 40 foot plus rigs. There is electricity and water but no sewer hookup. Flies are a problem, probably attracted by the horses that seem to be there most of the time on the fairgrounds. Many of the water spigots on the campground leak, apparently poorly maintained. The dump site costs $5 but that does not apply to campers. One must drive out of the campground and then re-enter so It is extremely hard to drive into. We would stay here again if the options to other places were not available, but this place barely passes as being a suitable place to stay. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Most sites are less than 40 ft. long and 20 ft. wide so be careful, as they are all mixed in together. There is a dump station and some sites have water, electricity, or nothing. Again, be careful. While it was once covered with gravel, the park is now mostly dirt and this would be a problem when it rains (not during our visit, though). However, given that there is little alternative between here and Golden to the south if you are visiting Boulder, it is your best choice. Be aware that being next to the fairgrounds, there are times when events make the park crowded so be sure to check the schedule. You can make reservations but the variation in site amenities could make this tricky if you have not been here before (E1 is good as is F5 as far as a bit of shade and extra space is concerned). The shower and bathroom facilities are well care for and you can see a selection of dogs up for adoption being walked along the front by volunteers from the Humane Society shelter down the street. We had to park our truck in a vacant site because there was not room for it on our site. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
As mentioned before, this is a decent spot for a stopover. The $25 doesn't include the dump station. It's an additional $5. It's quiet here and peaceful. Lots of tent sites available. I'd stop here again if ever in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean decent place to stay while visiting Boulder. Located about 15 miles from the campus and downtown area. Only sites 1-10 can handle big rigs. Filled on weekends. Electric and water only but a easy to maneuver dump station. Located right next to the humane society. It was interesting to see the many dog walkers pass the campground each day with every breed imaginable. Close to shopping and bike trails. Will definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We tried this campground when we couldn't get a spot at St. Vrain State Park. As previous reviews have stated, the campsites are a little tight in that you can't fit your tow vehicle in the spot, but we were able to park it in the site right next door. The sites are dirt, so we could see that there could be a mud problem if it rained. And yes, there were lots of dead weeds around. The campground was fine, though, with a pleasant host and fairly nice surroundings. There were horses at the fairgrounds and we we could hear them whinnying but they weren't close enough to evoke an odor. The Humane Society is next door but we weren't bothered by noise or any problem there either. We did see HS staff walking and training dogs. We did hear a train, but that's Longmont, not the campground. No sewer hookups, but the dump station is fine. We arrived after hours, and the host confirmed our site over the phone verbally (no requirement to pay ahead of time) and had the site reserved and marked for us upon our arrival. By arriving late we didn't get the code for the bathrooms until the next day. Overall, it's a pleasant alternative to the state park, and it seems to not be very well-known or hugely busy although I imagine it could be heavily used when there is a scheduled event at the fairgrounds. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Only park available in Longmont-Boulder area. 'Big rigs' will only fit in one row with 10 sites, so be sure to call for a reservation. 'Big rig' sites are about 50' long. May have to park tow vehicle and/or towed vehicle in adjacent parking area. There's some shade in the sites for smaller rigs and/or tents. Bathrooms are clean. Water and electricity available at each site; dump station requires a bit of maneuvering. Beware when camping when it's wet! Sites are not well-graveled, and become a slimy, muddy mess! Far enough off major roads that it's not too noisy. Shopping center nearby (walking distance.) Lots of activities (horse shows, etc) at the fairgrounds throughout the year, so it's a good idea to call for reservations. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a no frills campground. The spaces are so tight you can't park the tow vehicle in your site but there were lots of empty sites so I parked the truck in one of them. They keep the grass around the edges nice, but there were tall dead weeds in the sites. I had clippers and cut mine down and tossed them away. The $20.00 rate is for electric only, water would have been $5.00 more. All that said, it's in a great location for Longmont, Boulder, Loveland Eastes Park and Rocky Mountain National Park. I ended up staying for 10 days. There's also a nice dog park along side the airport, a very short drive away. Also, the lady who was the camp host was lovely. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Rest rooms and shower rooms were clean but the paint was missing or flaking from the walls. The roads and campsites were of dirt and the campsites were narrow and needed weeding. The one dump station was locked from 4pm until 8am (not conducive for early departures). The location is very good, Verizon reception was very good and the over the air TV signal was also very good. I would stay here again as long as heavy rains were not forecasted that could turn the streets into mud. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The facilities are OK, the rest rooms are clean, flies can occasionally be a problem. This is one of the few places to stay that is within striking distance of Boulder, and that is the best thing about this RV Park. Although the park is OK, we never find it a particularly attractive place to stay. One plus is that there are some rather nice walking trails to the north of the fairgrounds. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I would not want to be there during an event at the fairgrounds. Sites are barely wide enough for slideouts to open without touching a neighbor. Lucky for us nothing was on during the 2 four night stays we did. The CG was virtually empty each time, less than 10 sites occupied. No grass anywhere but some shaded sites. Minor negatives are the charges for dumping & for water fillup. Just power at sites. It suited our needs while in the Longmont Boulder area & we would stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Well, what can I say. We were able to maneuver our big rig - but make sure you go in the right entrance. Very dusty and quite expensive for what is offered. Dump site is fixed. It was convenient for our purposes. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Make sure you call 1st before you arrive as the restrooms and showers are closed for the season. We showed up in our camper almost a week after a blizzard hit the area. We were forced to back out the same way we came in because NONE of the sites had been plowed by the city and all the water was shut off! Called the main number which tells you to call another number and so on and so on.. Finally a human picked up the phone who could care less that the sites were covered with 2.5 feet of snow and that no one could get in. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This park is attached to the local fairgrounds and is basic in nature. But, for the price it is located just where we needed it to tour Estes Park, Denver, Boulder and many other parts. It was clean and not overcrowded. The management was very helpful when we needed questions answered. Plan to stay there again this fall. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Basic facilities in a dirt and gravel parking lot. Water and electric only at sites. If you need to dump your tanks you must drive to the dump station. The place is full of "goatheads", a nasty sticker that will flatten bike tires, stick to your shoes and get all over your pets.
Watch out for the low hanging tree branches! And, make sure you have plenty of bug spray. There are several ponds in the area that harbor mosquitos. Don't plan on peace and quiet or a good nights sleep. The Fairground has a party room across the street. When we were there, a loud party went on until midnight. Oh, and trains pass through town all night long, blowing their loud horns. Boulder County should be ashamed to charge what they do for such a dump. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.