A fantastic place to stay while visiting in the Denver area. Easy access to I-470 but we felt like we were away from the city at our campsite. Sites are spaced so that your nearest camper is about 50 feet from you. Lots of open space to enjoy. Boating, hiking, horseback riding are available. Cost does not include the $6 entrance fee for each motor vehicle. We stayed a full 2 weeks so purchased annual pass for $60 for motorhome and $25 for the car we towed. We will stay at more Colorado state parks so will be a savings for us. It is advised to get reservations. The park is very busy on weekends.
Sites will accommodate almost any RV. This an excellent place to stop for one night or a few days. Like most of the state parks, most of the sites are reserved on weekends, so call ahead. A state park pass is required so you will not save money over private camping but we truly enjoy the camping atmosphere. water is available close to many of the sites and there is a dump station.
If you are looking for an RV parking lot with hookups, this place may be OK. However, the previous reviews do not exaggerate the tightness of the spaces. Since our motor home is small, I thought we would be alright in a pull through space. What happened is they allowed rigs 75-80 feet long to park on each side of us. We lived in a tunnel for 3 days. During the parking process, the motor home pulling a trailer came within inches of our rig in order to get in to the space. The 5th wheel with a motorcycle on it's bumper hit a tree while backing up to make the narrow space.