All roads are dirt and mud until you get into the campground itself making a huge mess all over your unit. When we got there we took a wrong turn that brought us by the yurts. The Yurt Parking is a joke and we ended up backing all the way out. If you have a big setup then be careful as trees are EVERYWHERE and you will have a rough time trying to get around them. The dump station is completely closed during the winter as well as any fresh water spigots.
To us, this is a nice place to visit in the winter but campsites are however very narrow and small, fire pits are too close to RV's and driving through the area while staying on the paved road can be tough for some. This place looks like it is lots of fun in the summer but also looks like it could be way too congested and noisy on the weekends.
Great place to visit! We felt very safe and secure the whole time being there. Lots of hidden treasures within the area that can keep folks busy for long periods of time. Lack of roads being paved is our only complaint.
Campground is now under the city of Firestone and has recently been remodeled now with electric to all sites. The inner campground has also been paved with new blacktop and there is even a newer area to be built this spring with 40 more sites with full hookups. New campground hosts are friendly as well as firm on the rules. Campground is close to I-25 and road noise could be an issue to some. The road between the campground and the road to HWY 119 has not been paved as the old and new city owners are still fighting out on who will pay for that part to be paved.
Make sure you call 1st before you arrive as the restrooms and showers are closed for the season. We showed up in our camper almost a week after a blizzard hit the area. We were forced to back out the same way we came in because NONE of the sites had been plowed by the city and all the water was shut off! Called the main number which tells you to call another number and so on and so on.. Finally a human picked up the phone who could care less that the sites were covered with 2.5 feet of snow and that no one could get in.