What a jewel! It is really like a forest service campground, but with full hook ups and plenty of room for big rigs. The place is beautiful and has lots of trees. The pet walk area is the forest. There are many trails to walk and enjoy the setting. The office staff was very friendly. The sites are very close to level and are easy to maneuver into and out of. We would stay here again.
This park appears to be a very new campground. The staff is friendly and the sites are close to level. There is a grass pad for every site. There are also cable and phone jacks, but they are not active yet. the park is between I-5 and a very busy train track, so expect quite a few train horns through out the day and night.
This park is also call Crater Lake RV Park and signed as Crater Lake RV Park. The park is very nice but the staff is a little odd. The check-in process took close to 30 minutes due to the golf cart tour where I had to chose a site, and a lesson on all the sites to see in the area and how to get there. My wife had to sit in the car with the dogs during the entire process. I chose a pull through site, and was told they were too small for our trailer. Then I chose a much longer pull through site, but it was only for large class A's with a trailer in tow, so I could not have it either. We ended up with a large back-in site. There are a lot of rules for the campground, especially for pets and the sewer system, but we never received a copy or were told what these rules were. If your jacks leave a dimple in the asphalt site they can charge you $200 to repair the dimple, but the sites and roads are very bumpy because of the roots from all the trees. There is a coax jack, but it is a feed for DirecTV, but we were not told this by the staff I had to ask another camper how they got their TV to work. I think the staff is trying to make the park feel like a resort, but giving tours and making lots of rules do not make it a resort.
A good RV park. Staff was friendly and park was clean. Sites are level concrete pads and roads are paved. No cable even though there is a jack. Trash is placed at curb side and picked up by staff. The pet area is enclosed, so the dogs got to run a bit. We would stay here again.
This is a nice park. The entrance is easy to miss, and it is not easy to make a u-turn in the canyon. Navigation system thinks it is 1/4 of a mile past where it really is so be careful. We had a riverfront site, but could not even see the river from our site. The river is very nice, and the swimming hole is great for a afternoon soak. Our cable did not work. Originally they had us in a very small back in site that would have been impossible to get our 39' trailer in, much less the dually and our extra vehicle, but we were able to take the next site over instead. We would stay here again.
Stayed here before. It is a nice place and the staff is friendly. The sites are lined with timbers and can make it a little difficult to get squared up in the site. There is grass landing by most sites and a nice large grassy pet area. The roads are paved and the gravel sites are nearly level. We would stay here again.
This campground was in a good place for our route, but that is about the only reason we stayed there. The gravel roads were so soft and deep I almost had to put the dually in 4-wheel drive to get to the site. The site face opposite directions, so you share utility hook ups with another unit, and our neighbor was so close to the hook-ups and had off-door side slide, that we were unable to extend our rear-most off-door side slide for fear of hitting there bedroom slide. There was no designated pet area and it was hard to walk across the soft gravel to get to the dumpsters. We would not stay here again.
The RV park is not as nice as the rest of the motel complex, but still a good place to park for a night or two. The pull through site are long and level, but are nothing but gravel. The pet walk area had a lot of trash and ants, so we had to be careful about where the dogs wandered while on leash. It is a good place to stay while making a day trip to Big Bend National Park. We would stay here again.
Altogether a good park. We were here for a couple months and the staff was friendly. Many sites are either long-term or permanent residents. During the summer many of the parked units are vacant as this is a popular area for Winter Texans. The many large trees provide great shade for many sites. The pads are hard packed gravel and roads are paved. The electric service is "dirty". Our EMS system would kick off 3-4 times a day, so we had to override it and have had no problems with appliances, but it could be an issue for some units. We would stay here again.
Spent four nights here over the 4th of July weekend. It is a great park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The site we were in was nice and wide, and had several large trees for shade. Our site also had a picnic table and two wooden chairs. There was a mowed meadow with a play area, and a cleared area to walk the dogs away from the campground. We would stay here again
This is a very nice park. There is grass at every site and the sites are large. The RV pad is concrete and is level. There are picnic tables at the site and lots of activities to do around the campground. We were sort of annoyed about the staff driving around a golf cart and using a bull-horn to advertise their chuck-wagon dinner. Even though it is pricey this is the best campground in Fort Collins. We would stay here again.
We spent a week at the park. Since it was winter most of the sites were out of service, so we had to back down a small road to get into our site. The WiFi is not free at the site and we did not want to go down to the office to use the internet. They do have propane at the campground and will even pick-up and deliver tanks that are removable. I do not know if I would stay here again for the price. it costs too much for too little in the winter.
We stayed here one night. This is a good campground with a friendly staff. The campground is a little difficult to get to and is in a semi-industrial area. The pet area is fenced, but is just dirt. The site was a bit small for the 39" fifth wheel, the F-450 and my wife's car, but it did all fit.
We stayed here two nights. It is a very clean park with large sites. For a desert area it is very nice looking. The staff was very friendly and made arrangement for us to check-in late. The sewer is an extra cost due to the fact that they have no septic system, so they have to pump and haul all waste water somewhere else. The pet area is a small area next to the highway. The WiFi is good but requires a code to gain access. We would stay here again.
This is a great little park. Have stayed here for 10 weeks, and it has been good. The manager is wonderful, and will accept mail and packages if you have them sent to the campground. We have a nice wide site, but some others are much smaller. We have cable in the back row, but only two sites in the back row have cable via a very long extension run across the road.