This is generally a nice park, but overpriced. The monthly rate is $549.00 which is about $150 more than other local sites. There is also a water problem that the owner seems reluctant to fix. Water is an orange color from the outside line. This coloration stained the pex pipe in my new 5th wheel, ruined 2 white hoses, and clogged my kitchen faucet. The owner said it has been like that for 2 years. I don't think this is healthy.
If you've ever wondered what it would be like to be a sardine packed in a tin, by all means stay here. There is a casino/hotel going up next door, so you'll be awakened to the sound of heavy metal and I don't mean a rock band. The staff is polite and helpful though.
This park is ran by a management company, the owner of which is a very snarky individual who actually rolled his eyes at me when I told him I had pets. He said I would have to park "that thing" by the dog run or not at all. "That thing", is my 2008 Teton fifth wheel, which I pull with an 08 Ford Super Duty. Gee whiz, we can't all drive a Marathon Coach...
Clear Creek RV Park is a sweet little park ran by the city of Golden. It is a small park on the banks of Clear Creek, which is more of a small river than creek. If you want to check out Golden, CO this is a good place to stay. The old downtown area is within walking distance. The RV sites are mostly back-in, and you will need to sharpen your reverse turning skills as there are lots of obstacles. The park doesn't take reservations, but if you call around 7 AM you can get your name on a waiting list for that day. Overall, I enjoyed staying there.
The staff at Dakota Ridge make this park! I have never stayed at an RV park where they pick up your bagged garbage daily! Very well cared for and nice amenities. Every staff member I had contact with were polite and helpful. They also sell the best cinnamon rolls in the office daily. It is over priced though considering the location. There is a "biker" bar across the street that is very loud, and the motorcycles without mufflers are deafening. The neighborhood is also industrial. There were also additional costs that are not mentioned when making a reservation, cable, 50amp, daily per pet fee, and costly Wi-Fi. I would, however, stay there again because of the staff and cinnamon rolls.
Some of the reviewers here said Tiger Run is showing it's age, I agree. The club house needs a remodel. There are lots of sites for sale here, which makes me wonder if the new management and owners are not working in the best interest of guests and individual site owners. I have been considering purchasing a site here, but I am having second thoughts given the cost of needed upgrades, and association/management rules changing almost daily. That said, Tiger Run is really a nice park physically. The sites are mostly well cared for and landscaped. I love the winters here! As an avid skier it is heaven to be within 10 miles of 2 of the best ski resorts in the world. Yes, it is expensive, but overall it is a nice place to stay.