When campgrounds use the term resort, you really expect that they are a bit above average. With the State Parks, I am assuming that the Resort part refers to the Lodge and the Golf Course. But, not to the campground. This was a very small campground and is not accommodating to larger rigs. We are 34 ft and we would not have been able to turn on the loop roads into the campground, and no one cautioned us. For smaller rigs it is just fine. But, there is nothing at all here except for the sites. No walking trails, no access to the water. No tv reception at all without satellite, and no wifi. Ok for an overnight stay if you are passing through and you can get a site up on the top level. Do not drive into the loops unless you know you can get turned around. If you do stay here there is a wonderful little BBQ place just down the road called Aurora BBQ, good prices and even the small ice cream for 99 cents is huge.
The owners of the campground are very nice and I wish I could give a review on just them. But, as a campground it is basically a field with hookups. But, if you just need a place to hook up for the night this is just fine. The campground did fill up while we were there. The restrooms are not the greatest looking. We stayed on a Passport rate.
This is a beautiful little campground in an out of the way area of Colorado Springs. Everyone who works here is super friendly and helpful. If you could get any tv reception I would give it a 10. You have to have a satellite dish if you want any tv. But other than that, it is perfect as far as I am concerned. The sites are all crushed stone and they vary in size. Some are very large. We saw all sized rigs in here. It is about 10 to 15 miles from most of the activities in Colorado Springs, but it is nicer to be out here than in town. It is not far from the Red Gorge area and Canon City. It is very quiet. There is a computer room with 3 computers, and another area with tables and chairs and a pool table. If you are in the area I would highly recommend this campground. The wifi is on and off, but if you go to the computer room it is super. We stayed on Passport and you are allowed 4 days with Passport and that is only during the weekdays, not the weekends. But they give a 10 discount to Passport on weekends. Then I think they would let you go on the passport rate again during the next week.
We camped here with Passport America and paid a little extra for 50 amp. The bathrooms and laundry are immaculate. There is even a computer in the laundry. The camp office has a small library book exchange, and lots of local information. The campground is out of town, but it is very quiet and peaceful. The camp hosts are great and are very helpful with anything you need. They have a 3 day limit on Passport America, but if they are not full they will allow you more days on that rate. The views of the mountains are great. The sites are very long and all pull-throughs. The wi-fi signal was always strong. I just wish this campground was closer to my home so I could visit more often.
We camped here with passport and if you want 30 amp it is 2.00 cheaper. It was 17.00 and change, but I put 18. as the cost. They have an older section which has smaller sites but more trees so you can get a little shade. The newer section is better for larger rigs. This is the second time we have camped here and both times we have found everyone who works in the office to be super nice and helpful. The restrooms and laundry are very clean. I would recommend this to anyone coming to Moab. It is a little out of town, but that did not bother us. If you have been to Utah, you know that most sites are just gravel and it is windy and dry out here. I give it a 9 because I like it. Someone who wants a lot of concrete and grass and trees may not agree...but this is Utah.