We stayed here for three nights. When we arrived we were met right away by the owners who lead us to our spot. We quickly discovered we would not fit (39 foot trailer w/ 3 slides). After a short wait they moved us to a spot we would fit in. The spots are very narrow. While we were waiting we were offered cold water and the kids were brought ice pops. Owners were awesome, very friendly and couldn't be more hospitable. Loved the morning paper waiting on our step when we got up. The restrooms and laundry room were very clean. Great location, very close to the activities we wanted to do. We traveled with our 2 dogs, extra charge of $6 per dog. The kids stopped in the office everyday for their ice pop. They said this was one of their favorite campgrounds just because of the ice pops! If we come back to the area we would stay again.
We stayed at Tiger Run for 6 nights, the first few nights the rate was $39 and then the last few it went up to $59 based on the dates we stayed and summer season starting. Tiger Run is a great location close to both Breckenridge and Frisco. We used the bike/walk paths to go into town. We also hiked the Colorado Trail which connects to the property. The grounds are clean and nice sites. We stayed in an area with a lot of cabins and owners. Felt like we were being looked down on for staying in a RV site. We will choose to stay away from the cabins next time. Tons of activities for the kids, they loved the salt water pool. They also used the playground, volleyball court and basketball court. The staff we encountered were friendly. Seemed to be a lot of grounds keepers. The trash dumpsters were overflowing after the weekend, they maybe need to get more. Would have loved to see recycle bins on property. The restrooms were not as clean as I would have liked, especially at the end of the day. Laundry facilities were nice, $1.75 for washer and $1.50 for dryer. This was a little on the high side. It was so nice to see so many responsible pet owners picking up after their pets. We traveled with our 2 dogs: a few areas we could not take our pets, it would have been nice to sit at the playground/courts with our dogs to watch our children. Instead we had to leave them locked in camper when kids wanted to go play. Overall a very nice RV park, will be back next summer!
We stayed here for a bike race. The bike trails are great. Kids enjoyed the "frog pond" and swimming pool as well as the water slides. The sites were spacious, loved all of the shade trees. The restrooms were a little dirty, although had nice hot water in the showers. They had signs on them saying keep doors closed due to various things that could get in (birds, snakes, etc). The womens restroom door near our site would not stay closed. The entire time we were here (3 days) it was open. If you tried to shut it, it would just pop open again. We would stay here again.
This RV park was fantastic. I do not have one negative thing to say about it. Starting with the check in process through the check out process, everything was perfect. The restrooms/showers were very clean as was the laundry room. The kids enjoyed the indoor swimming pool and lending library. Very dog friendly, everyone was courteous and picked up after their pets. The grounds were kept very clean. The staff was outstanding, always saw someone cleaning the restrooms and the shuttle runs frequently. The office staff helped us pick a spot for next summer, we will be spending a week here.
The park was in a very pretty setting. Very close to nearby sites. The park was not very full, yet we payed quite a bit. We were charged $6.00 extra for each of our young children (2) as well as $3.00 for our dog. Tried to use the laundry room but was not able to because it closed at 4pm and we were gone during the day exploring in the area. We stayed in an end pull through with our 38' fifth wheel. We did ask if we could park our truck in an empty spot, otherwise we would not have fit. The staff was very helpful and friendly. The park is dog friendly and was clean and quiet. We stayed here for 3 nights.