The park resembles a retired KOA. The only sites available with full hookups were right next to Hwy 40. Very loud road noise. The only river side hookups were primitive (with no hookups). The bathrooms were old and needed updating/repairs. The sites were close together, and other campers were always out and about walking around. The campground does offer a free bus stop to Steamboat Springs. And the staff was nice when we cancelled our 3 week reservations because of the road noise and the fact that it shared a fence with a rough looking neighborhood.
We changed reservations from another local park to come here. This park is clean, quiet, comfortable and met our needs for our 2 and 1/2 week stay. The restrooms/showers were kept very clean and the washer and dryer worked well. The campground also had two large fire rings with firewood and benches provided by the host. The aspen trees around the campsites are young and growing. Our site's trees provided some shade. I'm so glad we left the other crowded, noisy campground.
The stream campsites are in the owner's front yard. The "Rule Sheet" you get is a page long filled with more don'ts than do's. Parking and turning around are difficult. We were told they only took credit cards, but upon arrival we had to pay cash. Unfriendly staff.
Check in was easy, and our site is beautiful. We saw a bull moose in our camp area on our first morning. The owners are friendly and the campground is nice and quiet in addition to being conveniently located to Rocky Mountain National Park and the cute community of Grand Lake.