This was a great place for us. It is in the charming area of Kingsburg. Out amongst the trees and vines. We had a river site. Grassy and we had a pull in site so we viewed the river from our MH windows. The space was huge! River front has no sewer but who cares. This was only an overnight for us but I can see how locals or others would do more than one night. We were lucky enough to have great neighbors who actually lived 10 min away but came often. They had us over for dinner. Such fun. Biggest down side! Must check in by 4pm. Gates close and no one gets in after that. As an RVer I am used to coming in with a reservation or finding open sites, whenever I arrive. I think this issue will keep people from visiting. I will be back if I'm in the area. Safe, comfortable and clean.
I understand previous reviews of train and freeway noise. Definitely true, where you are placed in the park. This was our 4th visit and has been a destination for us, and we will be back. The amenities are the best. Amazing pool, fitness area. The location is marvelous and the weather is amazing. All sites are cement pads with grass and trees between. It is manicured and they pick up your trash daily! If you prefer more primitive, this isn't for you but if you want clean, safe, and very comfortable this is it. Not age restricted but mostly us over 55 types. It was nice to share with spring break families, this visit.
We read the reviews and agree that most of the sites are very close together. But in the 50 amp area we found ourselves very comfortable and would definitely return for a longer weekend. Good location for day trips.
We spent 2 nights here and found the staff friendly and helpful. The sites are very close together but you are able to park to maximize your privacy. Nice pool, reasonably close to town. We would definitely stay here again.
This is an RV park for stopping off for the night. The views of the mountains were very pretty but the park is plain. I would stay again and might have to as we return to California, as there are not a lot of RV spots along I-80.
This is not the nicest, cleanest campground, but we enjoyed ourselves. We stayed in the lower part. One of the nice amenities, is the free shuttle that runs hourly into Estes Park. We saw elk in a yard close to the park and a small coyote running through the park. Good location and we would stay again.
We stayed here while visiting our son in Aurora. Nicely maintained, friendly staff and clean sites. If you do not have an additional vehicle, you are not close to any amenities and you will be stuck in the park. I was disappointed there was no cable TV, but not a big deal. You are so close to suburban Denver area, but yet so private.
This was a disappointing RV park. The staff was not friendly or helpful. We asked about river sites but our 33ft MH was too long. In looking at the sites, there were clearly 3 or 4 sites that could have accommodated us. If you are not able to be by the river, you are not able to see the river either. This campground focus is on 'adventures' and really has no interest in campers. They said they have a shuttle into town but it only runs 3 times a day and the van we rode had dirt on the seats. Park has poorly maintained sites. But if you want to eat in Glenwood Springs, go to Juicy Lucy's Steakhouse. Good food and a great wine list.
This is the third time we have RV'ed at this resort. We plan our trips around being able to stop here as it is always easy to use and Costco is about 2 miles away for fueling. The staff is friendly, the spots are great. As mentioned it's a little noisy but easy to tolerate.
This park is perfect for a desert stay. We prefer concrete pads and grass to rocks and sand. The pool was wonderful, the sites are well maintained and large enough for privacy. We stayed here on our way to Arizona and returned just to spend time at this park and area.