The park has easy access of I-70 and is located near Prospect Park and other retailers. It may not have perfectly level spots or all the fancy updates, but the staff more than make up for perceived lack. Only stayed a few days however after the nightmare of the Flying Saucer, Prospect Park was a pure joy and we'll stay here again.
My family and I spent 4 months in the park due to being here for work. The park itself is large with mature trees, landscaping and a creek that runs alongside the property. While the setting is nice, the situation within the park make it questionable if we would return. The current management is not kid or resident friendly. While we understand there are rules in place for a reason, this manager will target or single out anyone that has gotten on her bad side. If you have children, be sure not to allow them off your site without an adult or let them attempt to ride a bike or play, as the manager will be on you like white on rice. The shower area is not cleaned on a daily basis by the management, nor do they provide basics you would expect, such as hand soap or paper towels. The bathroom/showers also have no ventilation and the laundry room has at least 1 dryer that seems to never work for more than a few days. As for amenities, there really aren't any to speak of. They claim to have free Wi-Fi, however you can only pick up the connection if you're sitting right outside the office or the large rig sites that are within a few hundred feet of the office. There is no pool, play area or rec room of any kind. The spots are OK depending on where you are in the park. Being an old mobile home park there are some issues relating to power and sewer hook up. As I mentioned, the park itself is nicely landscaped, convenient to shopping and the metro Denver area. It's the way the park is managed and the attitude of the current management that make it questionable as to our return.