This campground is built on a tree covered hill so maneuvering is an issue. Our pull through site was fairly level so I didn't have to use blocks under the tires, but did have to raise the legs a bunch to level front to back. And I had to pull in twice to get the trailer positioned correctly so the slide missed the trees on both sides. When finally done there was 3-6" of clearance. There isn't any pavement anywhere so when the roads are dry there is some dust, especially from those who don't follow the speed limit. Many seasonal residents, most are friendly, some not so much. They appear to have the larger sites so the rest are average. No cable and I was told that over the air was poor. Fortunately, our roof mounted dish found the satellite so we had TV. Many other residents had their dishes grouped together where there was an opening in the trees. WiFi worked very well for us. Staff was friendly. It was mostly quiet since we were away from the highway, except when emergency equipment left the station across the highway. We may return if in the area, but try for a better site.
This was our first visit and enjoyed our stay here. Roads and sites are gravel but well maintained and not dusty. We had a premium site which was a bit larger then the regular sites and worked for us. Not a lot of shade but that was not a concern as at that altitude it wasn't too hot and it made it easy to aim our satellite dish. The campground was kept clean and was well maintained. The staff and especially the owner treated us well. Our daughter visited one day with her daughter and dog and the owner explained the dog rules quickly and showed her the walking paths and exercise yard. We did pay the extra fee for extra guests but when my daughter decided to stay overnight in a tent the owner deducted that from the tent fee. Quoted price was with Good Sam discount. We will return here again.
We have stayed here occasionally over the years and like it. We were guided to our river site and helped back in. Site was dirt/rocks but level and deep so we were back form the road. They have made some improvements and cut some trees to open it up more. Roads are dirt and gravel. When dry and the wind blows, it can be dusty, which happened one day. The next day it rained and there were a number of puddles in the low spots in the road and one area where the water ran down the road and pooled. So some maintenance could help. But the staff was great and treated us well and answered all questions. WiFi was from Tengo Net for $1 a day and worked fine at our site. My wife's AT&T cell phone worked fine at our site and my Verizon phone worked okay when I walked to the hotspot-the pavilion. Quoted price was with PA discount. We will return as we believe this is the best choice in Loveland.
Rate is with the Passport America discount. Very friendly staff and owners. We were guided to our site and assisted backing in. Roads and sites are gravel. Our site was not quite level so I needed leveling boards. Sites are wide enough to provide good distance between rigs and some privacy. Wi-Fi work fine but AT&T cell service worked spotty, whereas Verizon worked okay. No cable provided but most sites have a good southern view for satellite. There is a well stocked store. Views are great and campground is far enough from highway so it is quiet. We will camp here again.
This is a review of the Arkansas Point campground which is on the south side of the park. Roads and sites are paved. Our site was a pull thru and was spacious. Many of the back-in sites look as though they would also have fit our 34' 5th wheel and truck as they are double wide. Sites only have electrical hookups, but water spigots are located in various locations in the loop. The dump station is easily located at the exit and was set to handle two rigs at a time. Campground was clean and appeared to be maintained. We camped during their winter season so the showers were closed and we couldn't evaluate them. Most sites would accommodate a satellite dish and over-the air antenna picked up a number of stations. Campground is on a hillside so leveling involved using blocks on one side to level. It was very quiet, in part due to the small number of other campers but also it is well away from the main highway. Rate was based on a senior resident discount. Normal rate is $20 a night for camping plus an entrance pass. Campground is about 4 miles from Pueblo, which has all the shopping, restaurants and amenities one would need.
I agree with much of the previous review. The view is the best part of this campground, which is at the top of a canyon and there are pine covered hills on both sides. There are a lot of either seasonal or full time residents and many sites are messy. The sites are wide but not very deep so long rigs do not fit in all sites. All but 2 sites are back-ins and getting into a site can be a chore due to having to back in on the blind side and watching for other vehicles parked close to the road. The Wi-Fi had a strong signal but was quirky as we continually lost the connection. Campground is close to many activities and easy to get to so we might return if plans dictate as we met friends there. But we will check out other places first.
We stayed in the Pa-Co-Chu-Puk campground in loop G. We have stayed here many times over the years and have always enjoyed it and found the park well maintained. However, this year we found the park to be showing it's age. The vegetation around the sites isn't being trimmed as in the past. This has caused the bushes to overgrow the sites and makes it more difficult to park the RV. Trees have been cut down in spots and not replaced. The roads are in need of patching in some spots. All of this is probably the result of the state's financial condition. Hopefully they won't cut more of the State Parks budget and the economy will improve. It is still a beautiful area and the staff is always friendly and helpful. We will probably come again in the future.
Stayed here one night on the way home. Was pleasantly surprised at the size of the sites as they are very long so we didn't have to unhook. Sites and road are gravel and mostly level. WiFi worked great at our site. Staff was very helpful and directed us to our site. Campground is far enough away from interstate so there is only a bit of noise on the local road leading into the park. The campground almost filled up that night so others must know about this nice little park. Would stay here again.
This is a nice state campground that is well maintained. We only used it for one night as a travel stop. Sites are not very long and roads are narrow. We could not get into the first assigned site as there were campers in the "pull thru" site across the road. The staff was very helpful in getting a site that would work without having to unhook the tow vehicle. Was able to get some local TV stations for news and our site was satellite friendly. I-80 noise not too bad. We already had an entrance pass so the rate was the basic price.
This park was a pleasant and welcome surprise. It is in a small valley with great views, including wildlife such as baby deer. It is well maintained and a good destination place if so inclined. We just stopped for one night and really enjoyed the quiet, as it is far from any busy roads. The sites are gravel/grass and the roads are paved. No cable or wifi, but we did receive all the network TV stations with our antenna. Our rate was for a full hook-up site but there are electric sites for a lower price. If we lived in the area we would come here often.
This private membership campground does accept Passport America and Camp Club USA members. Roads are gravel and somewhat narrow. Sites are gravel and grass, and long enough for most rigs. No cable, and I could not get network stations with the antenna. My site was satellite-friendly. Wifi only available in the office and worked fine. Campground is next to the intersection of two interstates so noise can be a problem. Our site was in an area furthest from the highways so it wasn't too bad. Many amenities which we could have used as guests. This is a large park so getting around could be an issue if you can't walk or don't want to use a vehicle. Many regulars have golf carts. Directions to the park were good and important, as there is a lot of road work going on in the area. Rate was based on a combination weekly/daily rate as we were there more than a week.
Stayed here one night for a rest stop. Sites and roads are gravel. Full hookup sites are newer and long so all types rigs will fit. No trees in new section, but there is an older section with trees but no sewer hookups. Park was well maintained. No cable and wi-fi only available in the building that is a store, restaurant, and park office. Limited menu but food was good. Some TV stations with antenna, but I couldn't get a major network channel. Satellite was easy to aim as it is an open area. I-80 is very close so the noise is noticeable. Rate was with Good Sam discount. Okay for one night but not a place to stay.
We stayed here many years ago and were surprised by the changes. Yes, there are many park models here now. Makes some of it look like a little city instead of an RV resort. But the landscaping has matured so we had a feeling of being in a forested area. Everything is well maintained and looks great. The paved roads and sites are a plus-no dust or mud. The wifi worked well all the time we were there, and it was a holiday weekend. We didn't use the pool or hot tub so I didn't rate them. I agree with another that this is the best RV campground between Denver and Grand Junction. We will try to stay here again soon.
We have stayed here before but it has been a number of years. We were checked in quickly and guided to our river site. Employees were very friendly and helpful. Sites are gravel and it wasn't hard to level our trailer. Roads are gravel/dirt and can be dusty but they do water them daily. Park is well maintained and this work was going on each day. A number of the cottonwod trees have been removed over the years which has opened up the park, making it feel more spacious and helping us to use our satellite. We stayed three nights and the price reflects the Passport America discount. We will return in the future.
We enjoyed our stay at this campground as it was quiet due to being set back from the highway. And the scenery was great. The roads and sites are gravel but well maintained and it was easy to level our unit. We had a pull-through site that had plenty of room for our slides and awning so we weren't on top of any neighbor. The hookups and the Wi-Fi all worked without any issues. We were led to our site and guided into a good position for setup. Owners and staff were very friendly and helpful and even stopped to chat at our site. We have stayed at other campgrounds in the area but will return here in the future. The rate was based on Passport America discount.
This is just a large gravel lot with hookups and tight spaces. It is right next to a major highway so the road noise is bad. Staff was pleasant to work with, especially when we checked in and our site was still occupied. We wanted a satellite site but they are limited due to the large trees so we just used our TV antenna as cable was $4 a night more. So was Wi-Fi, so we went to the local library. I don't believe we will stay here again.
This is a gem of a national forest campground. Spectacular views from every site. Sites are gravel and mostly level. Main road is paved so there isn't a dust issue. Temperature during the day was pleasant but cooled quickly at night. Very quiet and not crowded during the week. We would stay here again.
We stayed for one night on our way to our destination, and found the campground to be clean and maintained. Road and sites are gravel, and sites are level. No amenities like wifi or cable but did have electricity, and water is available. Very quiet at night which was a plus. Only negative was the locals who come to fish in the river speed thru the campground. We will stay here again.
Very nice campground in a peaceful, quiet setting. Sites and roads are gravel but well maintained and our site was so level that we had no issues setting up. Staff very friendly and helpful-I had numerous questions as this was our first visit. Does not offer cable and we could only get one TV station so a satellite would be a necessity if you want to keep up with news. WiFi worked great. We only had a water/electric site so I had to dump the tanks which was a chore as the dump area is not level. We will camp here again.
This is a small campground that is a bit remote and near a state park. It doesn't have all the amenities of larger campgrounds but is in a pleasant location and is very quiet. Sites are adequate for all but the largest RVs. Staff was very friendly and helpful during a tow vehicle breakdown.
This campground is new but not fully finished yet. It is nothing more than a large gravel lot with minimal trees and vegetation. Sites are large and fit most RVs. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Scenery was the highlight of our 2 night stay. I would stay there again for a short stay.
This is an excellent park and very convenient for visiting Ft Collins. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The owner was on site and involved in helping guests. The sites have concrete pads and there is plenty of room between sites. Roads are gravel but well maintained. WiFi worked well at all times. we have stayed here in the past and have always enjoyed our stay. The grass areas need some TLC but I believe this is the result of prior management. We will stay here again.