If you are into boating, swimming, and fishing, this park is OK. We are not, so just wanted to check it out on our way home. Dirt & rock sites with electric only. $17 with Aspen Leaf pass (senior). Restrooms average as we have found that boaters and swimmers tend to dirty up the restrooms. If not for the well used restrooms, I would have rated this much higher. Very nice location. Also, the park rangers and campground hosts seemed to ignore the fact that the site next to us was not occupied for camping (no camper of any sort in the campground site); used just for day use as there were in excess of 15 people and multiple cars coming and going all afternoon. The people were nice enough, just seemed that a day use area would have been more appropriate.
Beautiful park very near the Colorado National Monument. We had water/electric but full hookups are available. $20 with CO Aspen Leaf pass (senior). Very nice, clean restrooms. There is a amphitheater on the campgrounds...concerts both nights we were there, attracting large crowds, though not a problem as we enjoyed the music. There is minimal shade in most sites. Campground is next to the main road to the National Monument so there is road noise, but that was not a problem for us. Very convenient location, within blocks of Fruita. The National Monument was fabulous, don't miss it.
This campground has wonderful flat, blacktop sites. We had full hookups. Very nice, seemingly new and clean restrooms. Only drawback is that there is no shade in this campground. The only shade available is in the tent only campground sites. We paid $21 with CO Aspen Leaf Pass (Senior). This would rate a 10 if there were shaded sites. Our site did have a shelter over the picnic table. If boating and fishing are what you are looking for, check this park out in the cooler months.
We camped at Reverend's Ridge CG. This CG has 1 building with showers and flush toilets. Other buildings just have flush toilets. Shaded blacktop campsites (well spaced), dump station, lots of roads in the CG for bike riding. Good AT&T cell phone reception, adequate 3G. Twenty two per night + state daily park fee. We camped in a small 5th wheel, back-in site. The pull-through sites are huge. Attempted the hike to Panorama Point, but turned back after ~1.5 miles as the trail was very steep (distance noted on their map was 2.5 mi). Found out later you can drive to Panorama Point. Great view, don't miss it.
Signage is a bit confusing. Entered area marked Maloney SRA but there were only primitive sites. Got back on main road, found "Lake Maloney Inlet Rec Area", "Kansas Point" and found the electric only sites. $15 per night (+ NE $5 fee) (We purchased a NE state parks pass for $25 so we don't have to pay the $5 daily fee.) Lots of water fill stations near campsites. Pit toilets. The dump station is near the primitive sites. Lots of folks fishing. A good campground if you are looking to fish.
The sites are mostly shaded, very nice. However the restrooms are old, not very clean. I did not use the shower. $16 per night, group rate for water and electric, a great deal. The Wi-Fi was adequate. The Pioneer Village museum is huge, lots to see; however, it could use some updating. Would camp here again.
A new SRA in NE, $17 per night with electric for a gravel pad ($13 for grass site with electric). Very nice restrooms with pay showers. Camped there after heavy rains during Memorial day weekend and the restrooms/showers were muddy from folks tracking in mud. However, staff cleaned the restrooms frequently. After crowds left, restrooms were in excellent shape. No trees as it is a new area. Would camp there again. Within ~1 mile of Wahoo, NE where all services are available.
Another great MO state park campground. The restrooms were dated but clean. Level blacktop sites with electric only were $21 per night. The area surrounding the campground is beautiful. We felt we were all alone as the sites are well spaced and there were not many campers there in September.
This is a beautiful area in September with lots of forested land. Beautiful restrooms/showers. $21 per night for electric only. Some sites are concrete. Missouri knows how to care for and create great campgrounds! Be sure to visit the Woolen Mill historical site.
If you need a place to stop for the night near Colby KS, this place works. Full hookup sites are $20/night. Since it is located in the fairgrounds park, I expect that it is full when there are activities at the fairgrounds. Nothing was happening at the fairground when we stopped there. There was nowhere to check in (it is just a large dirt parking lot with full hookups). We called the phone number on the sign; the person who answered told us to just put $20 in a truck that was parked nearby. It works for a quick overnight stay.
Another great Missouri State Park campground. We camped in Campground #1 because they have full hookups ($26/night). If you need full hookups, this campground would suit you. However, there is another campground (#2) that has electric only that is much more secluded and has beautiful trees. We would choose #2 next time even without full hookups. Restrooms/showers were very nice and clean.
Beautiful little Cass county park near Lewis IA. Large oak and hickory trees, lovely in the fall. There were no other campers in the park. Quiet, flush toilets, restrooms/showers OK (concrete floors). $12 for electric only hookup. Can't reserve a site but doubt you would need to although I expect it is busy during the summer, has a swim beach and fishing.
Very nice campground; however, unless you are a NE Husker fan, don't plan to stay here on game day. We arrived on a game day, Saturday, didn't realize there was a football game that day. The campground was packed, seemed like each site had an additional 2 or 3 vehicles in addition to the tow vehicle. Hard to get through the campground. There was plenty of parking near the campground but I guess folks were not willing to walk a short distance. The campground was empty the following night (we stayed 2 nights). Electric only was $20/night. Don't miss the melodrama at the theater, the SAC museum, all very good. Sites were level, restrooms/showers good, lots of activities and miles of open space. A great place to visit. Only negative (other than football Saturday) is that it is close to I=80 so there is lots of traffic noise.
A great place to see the cranes migrate in the spring. Very nice campground, lots of open space. Showers/restrooms dated, hard to rate older facilities as they were as clean as old facilities can be. Did not use shower. $18 for electric only. Be sure to stop by the Fort Kearney State Historical Park, interesting displays.
This was a wonderful campground, incredibly wide open spaces. We have never been to a campground where the sites were so distant from each other. Level, concrete sites with gravel under the picnic tables, very neat and tidy. It is very close to a heavily traveled street near I225 and Parker Road. You can hear the street noise but it was not bothersome. Beautiful and clean restrooms. Cost was $26 per night plus $9 per day entry fee. I don't get the "per day entry fee" for campers. Typically a camper might pay just a single entry fee or it may be included in the camping fee. It's close to shopping, restaurants if that's what you need. Some shade but not a lot in most sites. Would return to this campground to visit friends in the area. Great staff.
Very nice staff, easy pull through site, choosing a site was easy as there were very few other campers. CG is mostly dirt but good shade with some grass. Restrooms were dated and not very clean probably because it is the end of the primary camping season. They have a wonderful pool but I am sure many campers abuse the restrooms, i.e. track dirt everywhere, after using the pool and then the restrooms. Excellent WI-FI but that may be due to the small amount of campers using it. Unfortunately this CG is just down the hill from Hwy 24; it is very noisy during the day, fine at night as long as we were inside the camper. Not a place to enjoy the out-of-doors unless you are just there for the pool and playground for the kids. It is close to Manitou Springs.
We stayed at the Red Cloud campground (full hookups) at Fort Robinson for 3 nights. We would have preferred Soldier Creek (electric only) because they have shade trees and the temperatures were in excess of 100 degrees during our visit, as it was in most of the eastern half the the United States. Both campgrounds are nice. The restrooms are dated but clean. We did not use the showers. Fort Robinson is a wonderful place to explore with lots of activities and lodging options. We will return at a time when the temperatures are more moderate. Don't miss the Fort Playhouse...excellent performance. All the staff were great.
We stayed here with our camping group. We were escorted to our site and also assisted when backing into our site. Large campground, great place for families, convenient to Rocky Mountain National Park and Loveland. There are many individuals that camp here year-round. They have a large meeting room.
This is a great state park, close to Apache Junction (5 miles), with good hiking, and biking only on blacktop in campground and in the day use area. It has 1 new restroom and shower; 1 older restroom and shower. The new showers are nice and much cleaner. This is an excellent place to explore the Arizona desert.
Stay here if you want fabulously clean restrooms and showers, rec room with TV, washers and dryers; it's very inexpensive. Located about 5 miles from Albuquerque but convenient to shops, restaurants, nice staff. It's an all rock campground, not much to do there but a great place to stop if you are exploring the area.
if you don't need the restroom and showers, this place is great with wide blacktop sites with water and electric, very inexpensive. Unfortunately the showers and toilets were nasty - we did not use the facilities. A good state park if you like boating, fishing.