Our reservation made 3 weeks in advance did not give us much of a site. First site was a back in after being told we had a pull through and they put us next to a couple of Harley Davidson users. We asked for a change and ended up on the first line in the RV Park. My objection to this was that the RV's are set up with the utility side to the user's side. You open your door into the sewer connection of the unit next to you. Very limited parking for guests. We would not stay here again if we could get into one of the parks along the Big Thompson River. We camped here in a Motorhome.
At $45 per night, this place is vastly over priced. We were assigned a very small site with no shade, grass or landscaping of any kind, and located across from the restroom building. Lights are left on 24/7 on the building, making the interior of our trailer look like daylight inside. This park is far from a "resort"! Oil field workers are the primary long term clientele . They fire up their trucks at 5 AM and roar off to work waking those of us who are trying to sleep. It was not a pleasant stay. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is our second time to stay at this park that is conveniently located to Loveland and Windsor. While it appears there are many folks who call this place home for extended stays, the place is quiet and neat. There is an abundance of shade from the large trees and they have recently renovated the office, one of the laundry rooms, the recreation room and the mini-golf course. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
I have stayed here before and enjoyed this park. Although pricey for its facilities, it is reasonably close to Boulder, my destination, with easy access to I-25. It offers level and nicely spaced gravel parking spots, a clean pool and even a miniature golf putting course. The water pressure and quality is good and electric is fine; hookups are easy. No cable TV; the wireless WiFi was accessible but intermittent for our night's stay. The grounds seem to be well kept. There is a mall nearby that makes for convenient shopping. It's a very nice park, but for this visit at least, poorly managed. The desk staff was indifferent to customer needs. We arrived after hours and used the night registration. The next day we were told that because we planned to stay longer than just one night, we would have to move to a spot that would not accommodate our motorcycle trailer. We were told we had to park it some distance away in the trailer storage area which cost extra. This would also create an obstacle to a planned early departure on Sunday morning (moving the motorhome to the storage area, hooking up in the dark, and disturbing neighbors in doing so). At this point we decided to go to another park, but when I went to pay for our one night stay, I was told they did not accept checks despite the registration form's indication that was a suitable form of payment. An overall rating is difficult; it's a nice park but the inflexibility of its staff really put me off. I won't go back for my next stay. There are many better alternatives, at least from a customer satisfaction perspective. Sad, because I really liked this park last time.
We camped here in a Motorhome.
Park and staff are very nice! Stayed for 4 nights Staff checked us in quickly, then escorted us to spot. The park in in town Loveland, right near lots of shopping and places to eat. There are many trees and the park is quite. Site are tight together and you eat dinner with the site next to you! They also offer trash pick up every morning and the WiFi worked great. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I've had to fight with them about everything, rules change daily, none of the employees want to talk to you, they package tape five word notes on your trailer. No Good Sam for monthly. One day I can park a vehicle by my rig the next day I have to park 1/4 mile away. One day I have a 24 ft wide space, the next I have an 18 ft wide space. When I ask why the change I'm told they don't have time for me. They lost power for two weeks and never offered to compensate anyone. They can tell you to move sites at any time. I hate this place and so do the other monthly people I've talked to. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Good location in the city, but easy to miss the turn. Lots of trees. Several extended stay campers. Staff was very particular about the care of the grounds. They were constantly cleaning and it shows. While we were there they were doing construction on the mini golf and pool area. There are two larger areas for dogs to be on a leash. We found a walking trail that lead to a wide open area to run. That lead to a path around the water. Office staff were mostly friendly and helpful. Site size is OK. Our 44' RV fit in a pull-thru, but did not leave much room to park the pick-up. There is not much space between neighbors, either. For being in the middle of town, it was surprisingly quiet. Stayed for 3 weeks. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Loveland RV park was nice. The sites are small. The park was clean and staff was nice. We were very happy with our week in Loveland. Many shops and nice places to eat close by this park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very crowded with campers parked alternating front to back. You could pass the Poupon to the guy on one side and your front door is 6 feet from the guy on the other side. When it is this tight the rules must be enforced, but they are not. The folks at our front door had three vehicles in addition to their large 5th wheel, stuff all over the patio including a queen size mattress on our picnic table. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We did not bring family here, but it would be a nice place to do so. Playground, pool (very clean), putt-putt golf. Very clean area. Nice bathrooms and laundry. Only drawback is that the sites are very close together. Would definitely go back for a short stay. There are a lot of campers who are full time and working on the pipeline. In contrast to many parks where there are long-term residents, this one was clean and nice, not trashy looking like so many get to be. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I might stay here again if I paid an additional $5.00 per night and backed up to the river. The dust was unbearable and the sites are confusing. On some of the pull though sites, the first RV can pull through and the next had to back in. You were stacked very, very close. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We have camped here for many years and enjoyed ourselves. However, the last few years it has not been favorable. The office hours were stated to be open till 7:00 pm, on Friday nights. We stopped by at 5:00 to get ice, and it was closed up. During the 4th of July holiday the pool was locked up at 6:30 pm, on Saturday even though the hours state 8:30. It was nice and sunny when they locked it up. This park used to have live bands, ice cream socials, bingo and many kids activities. Nothing now, it makes you feel like they don't want families staying here. Such a big disappointment, I hope with the new ownership it gets better, this was always our favorite RV campground. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stayed here for two nights and the park staff were extremely friendly and helpful. The one quirk that happened was that I wanted 50 amp service and received 30 amp service. The power posts are set up with 1 50 amp and 1 30 amp plug. Unfortunately, 2 RVs share one power post. One RV gets 50 amp and one RV gets 30 amp. No cable TV and forget using a satellite as the tress are many. There were plenty of activities and it's a great place for kids. Easy access and close to restaurants and shopping are a plus. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This place is a hole! When I pulled in to park by at the office, this a guy in a big rush to park his huge truck almost backed our 2012 motorhome. I honked my horn and he had the gall to shake his head at me. I proceeded to the office. I asked if the have room for a 42ft motorhome, and they seem confused. After about five minutes, they told me they "think" so. After experiencing their lack of knowledge and looking at all the oil rig workers living there, we decided to move on. As we exited, we noticed the park is pretty tight with people parking their toads out in the street. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park as you can tell by deterioration of the amenities. Most of the sites are well shaded by cottonwood trees which of course means hit or miss satellite TV reception. Most of the sites are dirt, and of course, very dusty. The wi-fi was useless even though it had a strong signal; it was extremely slow to the point of being unusable. While we were there, the power went out in our section when it was after hours and about 95 degrees. Calls to the after hours number yielded nothing but voice mail. Thank goodness we had a generator. As others have said, the sites are too close together,and you have to disconnect your toad even though you're assigned a pull through space. It's bordered on 2 sides by very busy roads, and as a result, is very noisy. We stayed here for three days but only because it was close to the repair shop where we were having some work done on our motorhome. We will not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Staff was friendly. I would stay here again. A few notes are in order. Parking is side by side front to rear to allow a common set of utilities for two rigs. It can be a little close. Next ,"pull-through" sites are advertised. This is correct, no back ins. This has always meant to me that the site would accommodate my RV and toad WITHOUT disconnecting. However,you will likely need to disconnect your toad at the entrance. Finally my Rand McNally GPS was alerting me to Cupid Street. Cupid St is an internal campground street not marked/visible from US 34. I was looking for the street to turn and almost missed the obvious park signs. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here for 8 days (had a 10 day reservation, but decided to leave early). Pros: close to shopping, shade, level pull through, and easy access from I-25. Cons: office staff not friendly, odd parking - our slide was literal less than 2 feet from neighbors slide. Rec room smelled like mold, back laundry room was old, dirty, and smelled bad. Didn't use bathroom - too afraid to go in to them. We stayed here because we needed to be close to town and may have to stay again - hopefully not. Wasn't the best experience, but not the worst we've ever had. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pro: sites level, staff friendly, some trees, interior roads were good, quiet. Con: sites were VERY cramped, you could easily pass salt & pepper through your window to the next camper. Bathrooms were in need of cleaning, painting, and updating. Power posts had exposed screws to snag clothes/skin, and were being held up by the conduit. Water pipe was bent over. WAY too expensive for the shape this campground was in. Would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here a week while visiting family in Johnstown and Rocky Mountain NP. You can't beat the location of Loveland RV. They are right in about 1 mile west of 25 on 34. We think that for a private RV park Loveland RV was very clean. There were plenty of full timers (which you will find in ANY private RV park) but nothing looked trashy. There are very nice playground facilities in the center of the park. It appears this is an old KOA. The sites were gravel but level. While we were there we saw a maintenance man grading some sites. We would absolutely stay here again. Our only complaint is that their rate listed on the internet was different from what we were charged. We figured out that what we saw was last year's rate. It's 2011 and you have a nice website...update it. Our rate reflects a Good Sam discount. We thought that was a bit steep for the off-season, but you can't beat a clean park in a good location. The park has no cable TV but we had 51 channels off the air. We didn't use the free park Wi-Fi because we had 4 bars of Verizon 3G. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Nice shady park. An oasis after driving 8 hours in 100 degree heat and 25mph winds. Sites that should be singles are actually doubles (each site is 14 ft wide). For an extra $10 though you can purchase a super site. Not sure either what qualifies it as a super site! Sensible width?! Grass? There's an extra $1 charge if you have a pet. What is that for exactly? I'm not sure what qualifies this park as a Good Sam park, or a resort either. There is no cable TV available and no antenna reception either. However, all told we appreciated the shade and 50 amp power as well as the Wi-Fi. Not sure we would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
WORST bathrooms on a 14 day trip. They were dirty and had no locks, so that my daughter-in-law was afraid to close her eyes to wash her hair. Only grills were a block away in a picnic area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is an older park. Getting around the park and in & out of the spaces requires caution. Otherwise, it's a good park. The electricity is very good, unlike a lot of parks I've been in. There are lots of mature cottonwood trees, which shed a lot in June, but offer excellent shade. Satellite reception is generally available. The staff are friendly and helpful. Office hours are long. Note that side-by-side sites are pull-through and you need to park at the rear of the site. Staff escorts you to the site and makes sure you are properly parked. Overall, I give it an above average rating. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The spaces for RVs with slide out are very small. The park is next to the main highway and a mall so it is a little noisy. The shade trees are very nice but can cause problems for satellite users. The Wi-Fi comes and goes. The people in the office said they have problems with their network system. The place is clean and neat in the front of the park but the back and sides need improvement. This is a good overnight spot but I would not want to spend any length of time here. Don't think we will be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were surprised to find this campground next to a mall and off a main highway. Their website says they are "Nestled in the foothills of the Rocky Mountains." That is not true. Other than that, it was OK. Bathrooms could be cleaner. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was so disappointed when we arrived in this park. My husband went to the office for our paper work. We then went to our site and the amp was too high for us. We could not use that site. We called the EMERGENCY number for another site and no one answered. (Hey! Duh, your campground is burning down and we thought the emergency number was the one to call? Just kidding.) But, if it's an emergency number, how come NO ONE ANSWERED?? We called back a few minutes later, still no answer. Ok so now we have to pick our own spot. What a joke. While my stressed out husband (driving all day) started showing signs of that, I decided to check out the bathrooms. I came back. No thank you! They were so dirty and it smelled like puke in there. There was an exhaust fan, but it was corroded with some kind of black soot or something. It was working, but not doing what it's supposed to do. I sprayed bleach and cleaner for 5 minutes and let it sit. Then, I took a shower. WE WILL NEVER come back here again. I would rather use our generator and sit in Wal-Mart, and wash with a bucket of water and soap! NO THANK YOU, on this campsite! Oh, the sap was horrible all over our windows too. Another chore to deal with in the morning. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground was once a nice place to stay but it has gone all the way down hill. Junk everywhere and too many permanents living in trashy units. Grounds are not maintained and very tight spots for the newer rigs. Management is extremely rude and the office help hasn't a clue what they are doing. I left early and will never return. I wish management would read some of their reviews -- maybe they would clean up their "resort" and attitude. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was once a decent RV park, Never a resort, as billed. Very low voltage, very spotty Wi-Fi service, few 50 amp sites, no cable and so many trees that satellite would not work in 90% of the sites. This park has become full of "trailer trash", with piles of junk around RV's, etc. Would not have stayed the had it not been for the illness of my spouse. Will not go back unless it is an emergency or last resort. We camped here in a Motorhome.
First site assigned, a permanent resident in next site had taken over the electric connection so we had to move. Electric boxes look like they could use some upgrading. The trees drip a type of sap that sticks like glue, and the cottonwood blossoms stick to it. We also had to close up all windows at dusk before the moth invasion; dozens got into the RV around the screens. Reasonable laundry. Many permanent residents. Friendly office staff. Stayed 5 nights because we had paid for them; otherwise would have moved on to someplace else. We had trouble deciding on places in the Denver area. Would be best to go without reservations, drive up and look at the different parks, then pay your money. This park is not near Denver but close enough to Ft Collins & Boulder. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The park was full of moth's, which got in our car, RV and everywhere else. The cottonwood trees were snowing cotton so much that the ground was almost white. We were also parked under the shade trees which dripped sap on our RV and car. Probably the worst thing was the poor attitude of the manager. You had to unhook your car in front of the office before going to your site, even though most sites were pull through sites. They do have a big dog park for your dog. I would not stay in this park again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We did not plan this trip (family emergency). They accommodated us within minutes, and allowed us to bill every two days. No refunds. The place was pretty clean, had lots of Cottonwood trees. We didn't know we had allergies until this trip. The sap that dripped from the trees was terrible. I would plan on bringing a tarp or car cover to cover your vehicle or windows. The dog park was a really nice surprise. Even though the resort supplied waste scoopers and a trash can, some people did not pick up after their dogs. There was a nice play area for the kids, with horseshoes, and a large grassy area. This campground was right off of the I-25 freeway & US-34. Lots of shops and restaurants all around. Just walk through the nice apartment complex to the North of the campsite and you'll find yourself along a canal to walk dogs or ride a bike, and there are two nice reservoirs to hike around too. There is no cable TV as the prior management apparently left on bad terms and cut all the connections. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We were very disappointed in this park. It is owned by a company that owns several other CG's and it appears this one seems to be one they take money out of but put nothing back into it. There appears to be other problems as well, especially among staff. One of the workers walked off the job and left without notice. A broken main water line left the park with dangerous water pressure problems and possible contamination issues for two days. I have had to chlorinate my entire water system on my coach and dump the water tank and super chlorinate it. And because of lack of staff the rear bathrooms / showers in the park were padlocked closed with a sign saying it was being sanitized. This left the entire park with one bathroom and shower to share among 150 or so people. The sites are tight leaving us with no choice but to park our car at the bath house. The trees have filled our air conditioning coils and screens with cotton wood. This has been a miserable stay but we made the best of it and tried to enjoy our tour in the Mountains. Never ever again will we stay here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
A sign at the entrance says to disconnect any towed cars before entering the park. The interior roads and campsites are narrow. The sewer at our site was at the end of the site, so we would have had to disconnnect anyway in order to take advantage of the full hook-ups. Park is an older park. The office personnel were friendly enough. This was our second visit and we would consider staying again when we are in the area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
The sites were tight and large trees make satellite TV a challenge. Many extended stay families. Facilities seemed clean and maintained. There was miniature golf and video games as well as a large grassy area for gatherings. Paved interior roads were a plus. The check-in staff seemed a little confused but were perhaps new and learning the system. We had a weekly rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a fairly nice park as Western USA parks go. We were here on monthly rate for 4 months, which explains the nightly rate. The park has relatively new owners that are trying to make things better. While we were here, a fenced dog park was installed. We weren't happy about the power rates, but that's out of the hands of the owners. Sites are fairly nice, and some have grassy areas. The side-by-side sites are very tight, but a few of the end sites have good sized grassy yards. I'd consider it probably the nicest park in the area. Everything is clean, maintained, and the WiFi is here but VERY slow. My PCMCIA Verizon connection was Broadband and about 10 times faster than the WiFi. If you want to connect to the WiFi, you'll need an external antenna, or to be closer to the office than the center located bath house. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Where were here a month. The Wi-Fi did not work the entire time we were here. There is abundant shade as a result of the very mature Cottonwood trees, however, they do cause a great deal of sap to drip on the coach and the car. We had to park our car in a nearby shopping parking lot. We camped here in a Motorhome.
While they seem to be making some upgrades to this old park it still falls short in many areas. The staff at the check in desk needs more training. We where given a site that was not open and had to go back for a second time to get our site. Later that day they called on our cell phone to see if we planned to check in that day--We had a site that was within 75 feet of the office. Wi fi was ok but no cable and the local tv off the antena was marginal at best. Sites are tight for a coach over 40 ft and there is not much gravel on most sites. We are not big fans of this park due to all the long term occupants but it is better than it was the last time we stayed with them. We would stay again but not if something better would become available in this area. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was a little nervous about camping here because it is in town and not gated. Not an issue. The proximity to shopping is wonderful and not an interference. The shade is welcome - love to hear the wind blowing in the trees, and the owls calling in the early morning. We stayed here for a week and would definitely return again. The side-by-side pull throughs are close. Longer stay folks in back-in sites have more room. Enjoyed walking here. Clean laundry ($1.25 wash but only cost me $.50 to dry), friendly staff. We had to park both vehicles in the extra parking area. If not for our satellite dish and the quirky hookup arrangement could have fit one more vehicle. We have a 39' 5th. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Decidedly mixed bag. Fair rates considering area but check-in process botched for all three sites. Shade trees a plus but can confirm high concentration of cottonwood dander floating about at all times. Pull-thrus available, but stuck in crummy half sites that were virtually impossible to back into. Electric on wrong side of sites requiring we man handle units close enough to plug in. Water too close to ground level to fill canteens, coffeepots, etc. Campground shoehorned between not only outlet malls but apartment complexes as well - (not necessarily a bad thing as turned out since on-site store not open late enough for ice purchase after visiting Rockies requiring the short run across road). Quiet time ended at 7:30 AM each morning with dumpster pick ups or buzz sawing tree limbs from forementioned cottonwoods. One redeeming feature was pool/playground which atleast impressed kids. A lot to offer but a lot to correct as well. We camped here in a Tent Trailer.
Park was clean. Staff was friendly. Thing to do for the kids. Spots were long enough. There are so many campers there it feels like a parking lot. The camp ground is right next to a shopping center, and housing development. It is good for an overnight stay or two, but it is not a camping experience. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We camped here on Memorial Day weekend and it was crazy. Lots of folks, but even more kids and tents. The people who run it were nice enough, but the whole park seems a little tired. And there are huge trees everywhere which can be nice, but these are cottonwood trees and they were doing whatever cottonwoods do, so there were white fuzzy things and sap all over everything. We used it as a base for RMNP and Estes Park, but there may be better places. I know there are closer ones because we passed them going into the park. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a super-friendly, clean, well-kept camp ground. It has two separate common user
area (at the front and rear of park), complete with laundry/ironing rooms, restrooms, showers, and pavillions with rec rooms, furnished kithens, coolers and rally meeting facility. There is a pretty rose/rock garden, mini golf course, outdoor swimming pool, playground and horse shoe pit. There is a large shopping mall behind the RV Park. Several local wineries and Estes Park are within 40 miles of the campground. The management and staff are very knowledgeable, helpful, and friendly. We will stay here again. We spent 3 weeks here in a Class "A" Motorhome in 2003 We camped here in a Motorhome.