We stayed here so we could visit Sand Dunes National Park. When we arrived, it was almost 10:00pm. True to their word, there was our reservation taped to the door. Just as we were getting ready to find our spot, two of the folks that work at the KOA showed up and helped out. We ate breakfast both Saturday and Sunday at the KOA tent. The cost was $5.00 per person and included all you can eat pancakes and sausage. Our site was pretty level, it had a slight tilt to the left. The KOA was very clean and quiet. We were not able to hear any road noise during the night. Their Wi-Fi was solid. We rated this place an 8 because while it was a good, clean place to stay there was nothing really special to warrant a higher rating. If we go back through Alamosa again we would have no problem staying at the Alamosa KOA.
Great place to use as a base for seeing Yellowstone. The rate reflects discount for Passport America. We were there for the 4th of July holiday and the camp put on a real good BBQ spread. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The spaces are a bit tight but we had no problem with our slides. Spaces were gravel and mostly level. They had Wi-Fi for an extra charge so we just tethered off of our cell phone. Wish they had cable. We could not get any over the air channels. We did see a moose walking by the park when we were getting ready to leave. Again, great place that I will stay in again if we are in the area.
Great place to use as a base of operations for Grand Teton National Park. They did not honor Passport America discount because it was a holiday weekend so the price is the full price. Spaces were level and long (all spaces seemed to be pull through). They have free Wi-fi, but it was very slow, so I ended up just tethering with my cell phone and it worked fine. Lots of room between spaces meant you were not camped out on your neighbor's lap. The staff was very friendly and very helpful. Any issue brought to their attention was fixed immediately. They work really hard to make your stay enjoyable. You even get 10% off at the restaurant in town (there is only one) when you show them your registration for the camp. We would definitely camp here again!
"No muss, No fuss." That really does sum it up. This is a great place to park your rig and see the sights. Like other reviews have said, there are lots of full time folks here but the camp is very well maintained and the folks are real friendly. We stayed here on our way to Yellowstone National Park and we will stay here on our way back as well. We did not use their Wi-Fi because you have to pay extra for it so we just tethered off of our cell phone. If your RV needs repair they have a connection with someone who can come out to your site and fix things. Bottom Line: Great place, good price (ours reflects Passport America discount).
Came to Cherry Creek for a one night shake down of our new 5ver. I rate this place a 9 because it did not have cable TV. Other than that, it was a fantastic place to stay! Level, paved sites, some shade. Very, very, clean (they rake the gravel where your picnic table is, so it looks like a Japanese garden.) Without a doubt the best RV park we've stayed in yet.
Camped here as part of their attempt to sell their program. Got 3 nights free for attending a 90 minute presentation. Did not buy. But, the park is very nice and getting better (they are making lots of improvements). Our site was an older one next to cabins, but still mostly level and shaded. Very quiet location. One odd thing, the electric hook up was on the wrong side so it could be shared between two sites. Office staff said they did not know if there was a right or wrong side for utilities. Overall, would camp here again if in the area. I listed $1.00 for the fee, but it was free.
Very strong Wi-Fi and they seem to have a lot of repeaters throughout the camp so I would assume that it was strong everywhere. Very friendly staff. A couple of concerns. The site we were at required my discharge hose to go up hill some so that made things a bit complicated when it was time to leave and dump my tanks. Also, the connector at the sewer site for my site was broken so the top would come off if I did not put a rock on it. The site itself was pretty level just needed to adjust a bit to get the bubbles in the center. Very quiet camp. Great views especially at sunset. Great location right outside of Santa Fe. It only took about 10 minutes to get to the city plaza. We would definitely use this park again if we come back through this area.
We stayed here one night on our way back to Denver. The staff was very friendly and helpful. They guided us to our site and helped some with set up. The 7 rating is due to a couple of things. First, to have a name like lakeside you would think that they were located near a lake. But you can not see the state park lake from their location at all. Next, they did have Wi-Fi but it was very weak. There also were no picnic tables at the sites but the sites were very wide (wide enough for our truck to fit in next to our trailer). Overall, if I was going through the area again I would stay in the state park. Much nicer sites and they do have a view of the lake and they are much cheaper.
We stayed here as part of our spring break getaway from Denver. It is a great Famcamp real a very friendly and helpful host. The covered area for the picnic tables was a big plus in the afternoon sun. Not much bother from the aircraft noise or the noise from the main road. I was a little worried getting onto the base because the commercial gate was close so I had to use the main gate which had very narrow access. But my trailer fit with about 1 foot on each side. The base is a great focal point for traveling around the area. I would stay there again!
My wife and I spent the Labor Day weekend here. This is a very family oriented RV park with lots for children and parents to do. Quiet hours were observed. The staff provided a trash pick-up each day which was helpful because by Monday morning the dumpsters were bursting at the seams. The camp guide helped me get my trailer into my back-in spot (I'm very new to trailer travel). Overall we were very pleased with the park. Its just hard to say a site was a "Perfect 10".
My wife and I purchased our first travel trailer and immediately took it to this RV park for a one night shake down. The office staff helped make sure I got a space I could back into and the folks on both sides of my space helped as well. The site was well shaded and quiet. Overall a great experience. This is a good place to choose if you are going to be in Denver and don't want to be in the city but still close by.
Just what you'd expect from a military Famcamp. Outstanding. From the person behind the desk with a great sense of humor to the well shaded and mostly level sites. My wife and I enjoyed our two night new trailer shake down. If you are heading to the springs and qualify to get on a military base, this is the place you want to stay! We've already made our reservations for the AF - Navy football game.