Riverwood is a combination hotel and RV park. It's an older establishment, but well maintained. The majority of the park is permanent residents, a few of which were quite messy. The evenings were quiet with the exception of some road noise. Most, if not all, of the spots are back-in. The staff was very friendly and even guided us to our spot and helped back us in. Occasionally, there was a slight hint of sewer odor. We would stay there again, if we could get a spot away from the restroom and highway. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
The young man that assisted us was very nice. We were the only Overnighter in the park, the rest of the park was Full Timers. Most of the RV's appear that they had been here for some time. A few sites were doubled up, some sites needed to be cleaned up a little. The park was very quiet, everything worked just fine. It was easy in and easy out. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is one of three RV parks in Delta, and is located on U.S. 50 on the north fork of the Gunnison River. It is an older park with quite a few "long-term" residents in older rigs. Water, electric, Wi-Fi, cable TV, and sewer adequate; dirt/sand sites with picnic tables and grills; numerous large trees right on the river but hardly picturesque; some noise from nearby highway. Manager showed us to our site. Rate reflects G/S discount but I'm not sure if they are G/S members. Toilets and showers very clean but no heat, and no lights on at night which was a little scary. After reading reviews on other parks in Delta, this one seems typical. OK for an overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.