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06/2014
rating [ 3/10 ]
The park is OK for 1 night. The roads into the park are very rough and full of potholes. The sites are uneven as is the entire park. Utility connections were placed so that it is difficult to maneuver into a pull through site without guidance.There are abandoned looking vehicles everywhere.
04/2014
rating [ 7/10 ]
Overall a nice park. Easy access, wide interior streets. Some spaces need tree trimming but it was early in the season. Water sewer and electric are fine. WiFi is pretty bad but a 4G Verizon signal allowed internet connection. The staff were very friendly and accommodating.
04/2014
rating [ 9/10 ]
New looking, well kept RV park with long fairly level pads. No shade. Located on the side of a hill with good views to the north and west. Good location to tour the Little Bighorn Battlefield. Very accommodating owners. They weren't officially open but let us stay and made sure everything was OK with our site.
04/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
Great park,but isolated. Access to the Lewis and Clark National Forest. Very clean well kept. We stayed here very early in the season and the only other RV in the park was the workamper. Even though it was early water, sewer, and electric all worked. Good Verizon 4G signal. Beautiful valley setting. Sites are a little narrow for big rigs with slides.
04/2014
rating [ 6/10 ]
Great park for accessing Devil's Tower. The view from the base of the Tower is great. The pads are long and fairly level. They had just put down fresh gravel so they were a little soft. Park staff were busy readying for the summer season. Easy in and out. Store adjacent to the park.
04/2014
rating [ 6/10 ]
Stayed during the week early in the season and there was only one other RV there. Ranger is very friendly and helpful. Quiet with the exception of an occasional vehicle on the main road through the park but we selected the site near the road due to easy access. No cell phone service but you can drive to the top of a nearby hill and get AT&T. RV dump is difficult to get to for a big rig. Very remote campground but near Black Mesa Nature Preserve. Hiked Black Mesa and saw 12 bighorn sheep.
04/2014
rating [ 8/10 ]
Well kept park with easy access for big rigs off of State Hwy 50, midway between Pueblo and Canon City. Staff is very friendly and accommodating. Long pull throughs with good 50 amp and Wi-Fi. Not much grass or landscaping but, hey, water is precious.
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