This is a well-run and excellently maintained park in an industrial district. I marked it down just a bit because the nearest market is about 5 miles in any direction. However, it is near the Interstate and the road to the Colorado National Monument, the principle tourist attraction in the area. We were guided to our site and expertly directed on back-in. Sites are adequately spaced with small lawns between some. Roads and sites are heavily graveled. Long term residents are present but are segregated and barely noticeable. We did not notice any noise from the industrial activity even with all windows open at night. There are scattered trees, but they do not provide any significant shade. We stayed here 2 nights and would return again. The rate reflects Good Sam discount and included tax.
This is a well-run urban park near restaurants, shops and a large super market. We were guided to our site and expertly directed on the back-in. Sites are gravel (some with lawn) off a poorly paved road. Most sites are a bit crowded but many large shade trees make the park more pleasant overall. Gravel pet area is marked off with a rail fence, but not fenced for dogs. Dog waste bags and a refuse can supplied. A very large city park is just across a busy street, but crosswalks are very well marked and observed. We stayed here 3 nights and would gladly return. The rate reflects Good Sam discount and includes taxes.