A beautiful park but only a few “standard” RV sites amongst all of the permanent mobile home size chalets. Most available sites were the $55 and up, $70 in the summer. Grounds were nice grass with paved roads and concrete pads. Pool was indoors but was locked. We couldn’t reach anyone by phone when we had difficulty finding the laundry in the evening. Our site was along the Swan River, which was a pleasant rocky alpine open creek. This was overall a nice upscale park in the open spaces about 5 miles north of downtown Breckenridge
This park is actually closer to Black Hawk than Golden, about ten miles north of Black Hawk. A bit pricey since the daily $7 vehicle fee must be added to the $22 site fee. This is a nice pine tree filled campground run by the state. We stayed in the hookup loop which has electric only. There is a free clean dump and fill station in the middle of the campground. The loop has all pull through sites that are widely spaced and level. Campsites are clean with well kept fire pits and tables. There is no Wi-Fi and Verizon cell was a maybe only if you went up to the entrance.
The sites are mostly dirt with a little gravel and a bit of weed-grass areas in between. There is not much shade here only in a few sites. The Wi-Fi was strong. Free coffee and pastries were provided when the office opened at 8am. The operator was very friendly and helpful. You can walk to the nearby restaurant which had good enchiladas. It was a good one night stay.
Pricy for what you get like most things in Estes Park. Nice location along the river. Sites are not very long but they are wide, about twice as wide as an RV. Pads are sand/mud but you could tiptoe around on the mowed weeds to avoid the mud on rainy days. I didn’t see any pull throughs. Fishing available for a fee. Wi-Fi was good. Staff was friendly. Evidently run by the same company as Elk Meadow. Restrooms were newly painted, but I wish they had swept the floor before spreading the paint.
Sites are level, gravel and long. Large RV’s did not have a problem with length with easy pull throughs. Restrooms were clean. Easy efficient check in but were assigned an occupied site. A cell phone call remedied the situation immediately assigning another site. The park is next to Interstate 80 which is busy all night with fast trucks so request a site away from the highway.
The setting is nice with open grassy knolls around several small and large ponds. Most of the sewer hookups with shade and lake views appear to be permanently occupied and not available for short stays. There appears to be more choice with just water and electric. We stayed in site 52 with a fair view but were surrounded by permanent residences if that concerns you. Sites had sandy pads that needed a shoe brush before going inside on damp mornings. Trash was a fair walk from the site. Wi-Fi worked fine. Restrooms are dated. There are friendly activities in the clubhouse like burgers, bingo and ice cream on some nights.
The park is next to the highway but not a problem. Roomy sites without trees, level and gravel. Wi-Fi was good but you need to call the number to get the password. There is a nice long walking park across the highway with benches.
We came a little after closing and had to stay across the street our first night. They do not allow late comers. Restrooms are dated but clean. Most sites have some shade. The staff was friendly and helpful.
This is a great park in the pine trees. It has friendly staff and up to date facilities. Nice enclosed pool with two spas; however, we didn't happen to go in. Restrooms were sparkling and new condition. Wi-Fi was strong. Area is on a slight slope but sites are level. We did not have to unhitch our TT to level. It was spot on. Trains can be heard at a distance but were insignificant. Slight highway noise, but we were in the farthest row.