This is a nice park west of Pueblo. The owners purchased this park and began to rescue it from a rundown old KOA park. They are very friendly people and are making improvements as their funding permits. They have added more 50 Amp sites and have laid new gravel on the sites. They are also trying to bring the grass back. The owner was very helpful in pointing out the sights to see in the area. We would definitely stay here again.
This is a nice park with friendly hosts. The sites are level and covered with gravel. There is plenty of room between sites with some shade trees. We got a site clear down at the end with lots of privacy and plenty of grass since it is an end of the row site. I would stay here again.
Pros: The main park with the swimming pools, etc. looks like a great park for families. The RV park is in a nice setting and very peaceful. The sights are pretty level. This could be a great park if the cons were fixed. Cons: Do not take the main park entrance. You will not have fun negotiating all of the turns to turn around. The should be a sign there sending you up the hill to the RV park. The trees have not been cut back this year and the branches were hanging low. I had to cut some back to be able to let the slides out. I went to the main office and they came out and trimmed some of the trees. This park is very tight in which to navigate a big rig. There is a small shack at the check-in point. Not a great first impression of the park. It seems that this park is ignored where the main park attraction is beautiful. The price is right for what you get.
Friendly hosts. Had a great breakfast at the KOA Café served by a young, friendly and competent waitress. The site was not level, like the hostess told us upon check-in. Had to reposition the MH several times to get it so the tires stayed on the ground. Not my favorite thing to do. It is not difficult to make sites level, so I am not sure why some are not. Probably because the older campgrounds were not made with big rigs in mind.