We stayed at Riverside RV Park for one night in order to visit Scotts Bluff National Monument. The on site hosts were friendly and helpful. The park was quite clean and the gravel sites fairly level.This park was an excellent value, our W/E site was only $10.00 for the night. On the downside there isn't much tree cover and the park has high railroad and highway noise. We recommend this park as an inexpensive, safe place to stay for a day or two.
We needed a campground near Denver International Airport and since this park is Good Sam and AAA rated we selected it for our stay. We were given a site in row A that was right next to a badly maintained and messy (junk spread all around) trailer being used as a full time / main residence by a gentleman with two barking dogs. There seemed to be quite a few sites being used as full time residences, some being cared for and others in terrible condition. Our site overlooked a fenced in weed full field and a storage lot that looked like an RV graveyard. The noise level is high as this park is near both a highway and railroad tracks which are in active use. The park was a disappointment to us as it is rundown and it's facilities are not kept clean. We would not recommend it for anything more than an overnight stop if no other options are available.